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Canyon Echoes Book Club: “One of Us is Lying”

Canyon Echoes Book Club: “One of Us is Lying”

Hadley Norris, Reporter

January 16, 2020

The Canyon Echoes staff is writing book reviews to recommend their favorite books they have read. If you haven’t read the previous book review, then check out our dedicated tab to find all the book club reviews we do. If you have any books that you recommend, let us know by commenting below. Letters t...

Real Vs. Fake Christmas Trees

December 20, 2019

When the holiday season comes rolling in, people usually start decorating their houses. Christmas wreaths go up on doors, holiday lights are strung around the house, inflatables are set-up on yards, and stockings are hung over the fireplace. Although decoration can't be completed without the main centerpiece,...

The Mystery of MissingNo, One of Gaming’s Most Infamous Glitches

The Mystery of MissingNo, One of Gaming’s Most Infamous Glitches

Shristi Dayal, Reporter

December 19, 2019

MissingNo, short for "Missing Number" is one of the most famous glitches in the Pokemon world and even in the video game world too. It first appeared in the Pokemon Red, Blue, and Yellow, and yet it still lives on in the Pokemon video games that support Pokemon Bank or Pokemon Inter-game transfers from...

Game Review: Minecraft

Game Review: Minecraft

Akaash Reddy, Reporter

December 18, 2019

This game was heavily asked for, by a lot of people. It makes no sense to me, since everyone already knows what Minecraft is, and probably have played it/heard of it. Minecraft has several aspects that made it one of the most popular games in the world, ever. Exploring: Exploring is a big part of...

Christmas Around the World

Christmas Around the World

Harmony House, Reporter

December 17, 2019

We all know about Santa Claus and Ho, ho, ho, but what about Krampus and his snarling whip or Befana the old hag. How much do you know about Christmas? Here's a top 5 list about Christmas characters around the world. #1. Krampus Krampus is a devil-like creature that appears in central European folklore. The animal can be described as an anthropomorphic beast th...

Pokemon On the Go! – The Mobile Pokemon Games

Pokemon On the Go! – The Mobile Pokemon Games

Shristi Dayal, Reporter

December 14, 2019

For the past three years, Pokemon has been exploring the field of games that can be played not only on Nintendo devices, but our tablets, Ipads, laptops, and phones. This has made their games more accessible to the public that can't or doesn't want to buy a console and their games as well as affordable...

Disney Movie Morals

Katie Flannagan, Reporter

December 13, 2019

Today I am here to discuss some of my peers' favorite Disney movies and what we can learn from them. 1. Lilo and Stitch is a perfect movie. As most of these Disney movies, this one, in particular, is a great one to watch with your family. This movie is fun and very exciting; it includes an alien experim...

Fatal Throne Book Review

Fatal Throne Book Review

Hadley Norris, Reporter

December 12, 2019

         “To survive at court, one must be cunning. Beware of the quiet ones, my mother always said. They are the greatest deceivers of all.”- Fatal Throne I just finished reading Fatal Throne, and even though book reviews can be overdone and boring, I feel like I need to make you read this....

Pokemon: Sword First Impressions

Pokemon: Sword First Impressions

Shristi Dayal, Reporter

December 5, 2019

Pokemon Sword and Pokemon Shield released on November 15th, here are my thoughts on the first two hours of the Pokemon Sword. About the Pokemon When I first encountered a new Generation Eight Pokemon, I was feeling all the confusion you get when you start the game. Like, what even is a Rokidee? Or even ...

CVMS Teachers Get in the Thanksgiving Spirit

CVMS Teachers Get in the Thanksgiving Spirit

Harmony House and Shristi Dayal

November 20, 2019

It's turkey hat time! Teachers get silly in the turkey gear for the 2019 edition of Turkey pictures. Happy Thanksgiving, Canyon Vista!

Music Culture: What are we listening to?

Music  Culture: What are we listening to?

Hadley Norris, Reporter

November 19, 2019

In a poll of about 76 people in CVMS, we asked students what music they enjoy listening to and the artists they love. Out of all the music genres, the top four were pop music, rap, country, and rock. Pop took the lead at 30.3%, which isn’t surprising. “ In my opinion pop music is overplayed, I thin...