Canyon Echoes

Q&A With Promise Salinas

Q&A With Promise Salinas

Ariel Sun, Reporter

May 22, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, Just For Fun, People

Soccer is a very popular sport among students and adults. It is one of the most played club sports. Here is an interview with a CVMS soccer team member, Promise Salinas. Q: How long have you played soccer? A: I have played soccer for ten very passionate and hard years. Q: What position do you pla...

Interview with Arushi Sharma

Interview with Arushi Sharma

Ariel Sun, Reporter

May 22, 2018


Filed under Just For Fun, People

One of the most popular electives chosen here is choir. The two choir teachers are Mr. Raul Vara and Mrs. Jennifer Alexander. Here is an interview with Arushi Sharma, and seventh grade girls honors choir member. Q: Why did you choose to do choir in 6th grade? A: I chose choir because I like to sing. ...

Spring Show: An Insider Perspective

Spring Show: An Insider Perspective

Keana Saberi, Reporter

May 16, 2018


Filed under Campus News, Entertainment, Events, Opinion, People, Showcase

Friday night. We sit all intent as Vara speaks, his voice echoing through to the masses. We devour our piping hot pizza and then we get to work. After weeks of preparation,  it's finally the night before show day. Class periods spent learning choreography, jamming our songs, and vocalizing finally comes...

The Rise and Fall of Jeremiah Chestnut

The Rise and Fall of Jeremiah Chestnut

Vishnu Sreenivasan, Jerimiah Chestnut, and Oliver Barnfield

May 11, 2018


Filed under Just For Fun, People, Showcase

On December 15, 2017, a video appeared on Canyon Echoes. The video was called "Pick-Up Truck". The video was edited by Zack Catuogno, and produced by Branton Greenberg, who represented the Proud American Record Company. Chestnut was responsible for writing, singing, and composing the little song, with ...

Sundar Pichai

Sundar Pichai

Keshav Laxminarasimhan, Reporter

May 10, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, Just For Fun, People, Technology

We've all heard of Bill Gates and Steve Jobs, some of the most influential minds in the 21st century. An unknown figure that not many people know about is, Sundar Pichai, he is the current CEO of Google and this is the story of this inspirational being and his journey to success. From middle-class to one ...

Greta Gerwig: A Profile

Greta Gerwig: A Profile

Keana Saberi, Reporter

May 4, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, Just For Fun, People

Born and raised in the cityscape of Sacramento, California, Greta Gerwig was from the start immersed in theatrics and acting. Though she loved acting and the world of theater, she never even considered being a director until her freshman year at Barnard College. She didn’t seem to think it possible to be...

Nadeshot – The Man with a Mission

Nadeshot – The Man with a Mission

Austin Nguyen, Reporter

May 4, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, Just For Fun, Opinion, People, Showcase

We all look up to teachers, athletes, and others to achieve our goals. Some have grown from humble beginnings, while others were destined from the start. Very little do you hear about gamers being an inspiration, because they have a stereotype on them. People put a stereotype that gamers are the type...

Canyon Vista Cheer

Canyon Vista Cheer

Ruth Martin

May 4, 2018


Filed under Campus News, People, Showcase, Videos

Here are a few CVMS Cheer routines featuring our soon to be Westwood Cheerleaders, Abby Wignall and Phia Narvaez. Go Mustangs!

Interview with Aria Hegde – Westwood Co-President

Interview with Aria Hegde – Westwood Co-President

Austin Nguyen, Reporter

May 3, 2018


Filed under Campus News, People, Showcase, Videos

I had a chance to talk to our new Westwood Co-President Aria Hegde, and here are her answers to my questions!

Mural Competition

Mural Competition

Ruth Martin, Reporter

April 30, 2018


Filed under Campus News, People, Showcase, Videos

Interview with Anya Vadayar

Interview with Anya Vadayar

Ariel Sun, Reporter

April 27, 2018


Filed under Campus News, People

Orchestra ia often chosen as an elective of those who already play an orchestra instrument and have an interest in playing them. Here is an interview with seventh grader Anya Vadayar, cello player. Q: Why did you pick orchestra for 6th grade? A: I tried the cello in 5th grade, and I liked it, ...