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The F.O.M.O Factory

The F.O.M.O Factory

Jessie Van Den Berg, Reporter

October 10, 2018


Filed under Art, Campus News, Community News, Environment, Opinion, People, Showcase

Instagram Aesthetics, Fun settings, Lots of likes. If this describes you and how you control your Instagram account, then hop in the car and go check out the F.O.M.O Factory! The F.O.M.O Factory is a pop-up exhibition in downtown Austin. It resembles the Museum of Ice Cream in San Francisco. These m...

The Verdict On Nike

The Verdict On Nike

Ehan Umatiya, Reporter

October 4, 2018


Filed under People, Sports, World News

As we all know the clothing giant Nike has recently released a new ad campaign along with arguably the most controversial player in the world Colin Kaepernick. Kaepernick is controversial because of his actions in the NFL, such as 'taking a knee' for the pledges. When the pledges would come on Kaepernick,...

Famous Misers in History

Famous Misers in History

Silas Ou, Reporter

October 4, 2018


Filed under Just For Fun, People, Showcase

To start off a miser is a person who EXCESSIVELY hoards money and never spends it. Ex: Scrooge, Scrooge McDuck etc.  There are many misers in this world. But some misers put them to shame. They never spent the money and it just rotted in the ground. But these four British and Swedish misers took it...

Orchestra Regional Auditions

Orchestra Regional Auditions

Yoonjoo Oh, Reporter

October 1, 2018


Filed under Campus News, Community News, Orchestra, People

Orchestra regional auditions are nearing -- Oct.12 (cello, bass, viola) to Oct.13 (violin,harp). Almost all orchestra students are auditioning to get into region orchestra. Auditioning to region orchestra means you can compete with students from other schools within the region; which can be a experience...

Welcoming All 6th Graders

Welcoming All 6th Graders

Hannah McDonough, Reporter

September 24, 2018


Filed under Campus News, People, Showcase

With every new year comes welcoming a new group of 6th grade students.  But with all these new students come a lot of emotions/ worry/ fear / excitement. Some kids may be nervous to find their classes and others are excited to meet new teachers and friends. I interviewed a few of the 2018-2019 sixth...

Insider: Arsenic and Old Lace

Insider: Arsenic and Old Lace

Charlotte Blackmon, Reporter

September 24, 2018


Filed under Campus News, Events, People, Showcase, Theatre

The following is an interview with cast member of Arsenic and Old Lace, Suzannah Wells. Suzannah also played the role of Mrs. Jenkins in The Witches. Q: What part do you play in Arsenic and Old Lace? A: Abby- an aunt. Q: If you didn't play Abby, what part would you want to play? A: Elaine, ...

Interview with an Office Aid Student

Interview with an Office Aid Student

Charlotte Blackmon, Reporter

September 24, 2018


Filed under Campus News, People

The following article is an interview with Lyla Boretz (8), an office aid student at Canyon Vista Middle School. Q: What do you think about Office Aid? A: There's lots of walking involved. It's good exercise. You should quit Athletics and come to Office Aid. Q: Where do you walk to? A: Classes Q:...

Interview with Cassidy Miller

Interview with Cassidy Miller

Emma Ross, Reporter

September 24, 2018


Filed under Fashion, People

Cassidy Miller is a 7th grader at CVMS. We talked about everything from her favorite class to her opinion on gun violence.       Q What's your favorite class and why? “Probably theater because I love acting and I wanna be an actress when I grow up.”   Q What...

Mind Over Matter

Mind Over Matter

Jessie Van Den Berg, Reporter

September 21, 2018


Filed under People, Wellness, World News

Has anyone ever told you to say “positive things or if you say negative things, those actions will actually come true?” You might be like “Sure, okay” sarcastically. But it’s genuinely true! The power of the mind is something that is useful and important for your whole life! The earlie...

Volleyball Insider

Volleyball Insider

Jessie Van Den Berg, Reporter

September 20, 2018


Filed under People, Showcase, Sports

Bump, set, spike, and score. I have interviewed some of the 7th-grade volleyball players of the Red team. As well as a team manager. I have asked each of them some probing questions. Let’s take a look at what they had to say. Question 1. “Why did you want to try out for the team?” (Bella T...

Social Media Issues

Social Media Issues

Jessie Van Den Berg, Reporter

September 14, 2018


Filed under Campus News, Community News, Opinion, People, Showcase, Technology

Social Media is so many things. Stupendous, dreadful, invasive, and entertaining. It keeps you in the knowing but can also create a jealousy of an evil kind. Social media can be a place to share your thoughts and ideas. It could be a place to express your feelings and opinions. But, social media can...