Canyon Echoes

Barbara Bush, Former First Lady dies at 92

Barbara Bush, Former First Lady dies at 92

Keana Saberi, Reporter

April 25, 2018


Filed under People, World News

On April 17th, Former First Lady Barbara Bush died at the age of 92. She was in extensive care for her heart complications and intensifying pulmonary disease. It was announced on April 15th of this same year that she was no longer going to seek medical care but to say at home with her family for the...

Ms. Pollard’s Art

Ms. Pollard’s Art

Ruth Martin, Reporter

April 23, 2018


Filed under Art, Campus News, Just For Fun, People

Ms. Pollard's 1st period art makes creative and innovative projects every six weeks, click up to see what they're doing.  

Westwood Student Election 2018

Westwood Student Election 2018

Austin Nguyen, Reporter

April 18, 2018


Filed under Campus News, Events, People, Showcase

This year in Canyon Vista, students are voting for their Westwood Student Council Officers. This happens every year, with students running for their desired position. The main competition is for the Westwood Co-President, but others are running for Freshman representative. This election is big because...

Q&A With Aria Merchant

Q&A With Aria Merchant

Ariel Sun, Reporter

April 15, 2018


Filed under Campus News, Just For Fun, People

One of the most chosen electives at here is art. Here is an interview with Aria Merchant, a MS 2 student. Q: Why did you pick art? A:  I picked art because i really enjoy drawing and I’m pretty good. Q: Do you enjoy art? A:  Yes I do. Q: What has been your favorite project? A: I think my favo...

Why I Love Girl Scouts

Why I Love Girl Scouts

Rachel Iyer, Reporter

April 15, 2018


Filed under Opinion, People, Showcase

The Importance of Girl Scouts Dear Reader, I am a Girl Scout Cadette, I have been in Girl Scouts since I was in Kindergarten. I love it and I was sad to see so many of my peers drop out. I am very involved but it may not seem like that on the surface. I don’t sell Girl Scout cookies and I don’t like camp...

What is HQ?

What is HQ?

Rachel Iyer, Reporter

April 13, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, Just For Fun, People, Showcase

HQ is a trivia game app where you can earn money by playing.HQ stands for Hype Quiz. The amount of Money you can win fluctuates by how many people are playing and how much money they are offering. However, in order to win any Money in this game, you must answer all twelve questions correct. Each questio...

Student Council Posters

Student Council Posters

Amber Xiao, Reporter

April 5, 2018


Filed under Campus News, People, Showcase

It's spring at Canyon Vista, which means two things: 1. It's "Spring Into Kindness Week", and 2. Student Council Posters are going up Today I am going to focus on the second one.

Q&A with Ambica Yellamraju

Q&A with Ambica Yellamraju

Ariel Sun, Reporter

April 5, 2018


Filed under Campus News, People

Ambica and Aparna Yellamraju are seventh graders here at our school. They play competitive chess for the nation. Here is a Q and A with Ambica. Q: When did you start playing chess? A: I started playing chess in second grade, but I started playing competitive chess in fourth grade Q: When was...

An Interview with Mysterious Green Bois

An Interview with Mysterious Green Bois

Oliver Barnfield and Branton Greenberg

April 4, 2018


Filed under Campus News, Entertainment, Just For Fun, People, Showcase

For decades, mysterious creatures have been watching the students of Canyon Vista. With their soulless, black eyes, they survey and judge anyone who passes them. Canyon Echoes got to talk exclusively with one of their kind. The gracious young Green Boi we talked to, it turned out, was wise beyond...

Toby Huang: Canyon Vista Geo-Bee Winner

Toby Huang: Canyon Vista Geo-Bee Winner

Austin Nguyen, Reporter

March 29, 2018


Filed under Campus News, Community News, People, Showcase

  On November 16, Toby Huang was sitting down with other students from Canyon Vista, patiently waiting for his next question. This was the day for the Canyon Vista Geo-Bee, and he had done surprisingly well so far. His winning question? One airport in Japan has a bridge that connects from one...

Stephen Hawking

Stephen Hawking

Rachel Iyer, Reporter

March 29, 2018


Filed under Opinion, People

    On March 14, 2017, Stephen Hawking passed away at the age of 76. Stephen Hawking was known for his work with Relativity, black holes and numerous books about science. Hawking has received many awards for his work. People have posted things on social media that said things ...