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Are Beauty Pageants Doing More Good Than Harm

Are Beauty Pageants Doing More Good Than Harm

Sharanya Karanam, Reporter

September 26, 2017

Beauty pageants have been going on for a long time. Actually, the first one was in Belgium 1854. Every year the world has a Miss World and a Miss Universe, but are these pageants bad. Maybe these pageants make some people feel superior to others or even the other way around. Children may foll...

NFL Preview: Who Will win Super Bowl 52?

NFL Preview: Who Will win Super Bowl 52?

Andrew Bailey, Reporter

September 20, 2017

Starting this weekend, the greatest league in the world will return for its 52nd go-around. The NFL is back, baby! Here's my predictions for all 32 NFL teams: Arizona Cardinals: No offensive players make the Pro Bowl Arizona ever really had 3 opportunities for a Pro Bowler on offense: David Johnson, L...

Announcing A Brand New Video Series!

Announcing A Brand New Video Series!

September 20, 2017

One of the most recurring features on Canyon Echoes, is, of course, Oliver Barnfield's "This Week in Pop Culture," a series of articles in which we talk about the news in Movies, TV, and more. Now he has a great new video series called The Opinionist. It's partially a talk show, partially a comedy...

Meet Sr.Castellanos

Meet Sr.Castellanos

Keshav Laxminarasimhan, Reporter

September 20, 2017

Romeo & Juliet : A Ballet

Romeo & Juliet : A Ballet

Keana Saberi, Reporter

September 15, 2017

A classic is sweeping through the performance stage of Ballet, mixing grandeur theatre with the onstage glamour of Ballet.  ‘Romeo & Juliet’ is a play reinvented by Sergei Prokofiev’s masterful score and the soberful and glorious choreography artfully crafted by Stephen Mills’.  In the ba...

This Week In Pop Culture: UNEXPECTED EDITION: 9/15/17

This Week In Pop Culture: UNEXPECTED EDITION: 9/15/17

Oliver Barnfield, Cool Guy/Entertainment Editor

September 15, 2017

Hello there, and welcome to This Week in Pop Culture, where you can catch a glimpse of what’s going on in TV, Movies, and Music through the lens of a 7th grade student. (That’s me!) Today I’m debuting a new take on the news, the UNEXPECTED EDITION! Anything unusual I happen to come across will no...

Hurricane Relief Drives

Hurricane Relief Drives

Ariel Sun, Reporter

September 15, 2017

First it was Harvey, then Irma, and now Hurricane Jose is coming. We all have heard of at least one of these. We all know that the people who's lives were affected need help. Canyon Vista is doing a diaper drive to help this cause. The advisory that collects the most diapers wins a cupcake party. I personally...

An Interview with Mr.Garza

An Interview with Mr.Garza

Oliver Barnfield and Vishnu Sreenivasan

September 15, 2017

Sometimes the world needs a leader.

The Choice: Picking the Right Elective for You

The Choice: Picking the Right Elective for You

Oliver Barnfield and Vishnu Sreenivasan

September 14, 2017

It’s  a question that every 6th grade student asked themselves at one point: What, oh, what, elective shall I fancy for the upcoming year? If you asked yourself in that way, perhaps it’s best you choose theatre. Last year, 6th graders had a small array of fine arts electives to choose from, inclu...

Why It’s A Big Deal That Patty Jenkins Is Directing Wonder Woman 2

Why It’s A Big Deal That Patty Jenkins Is Directing Wonder Woman 2

Jack Purcell, Reporter

September 13, 2017

After weeks of negotiations with Warner Bros, a director by the name of Patty Jenkins made a deal that will make her the highest-paid female filmmaker in history! She is officially returning to direct, produce, and co-write Wonder Woman 2. At the time of Wonder Woman's release, Patty Jenkins had...

Details on Hurricane Harvey

Details on Hurricane Harvey

Nathan Pooler, Producer

September 12, 2017

Hustle and Rustle People!

Hustle and Rustle People!

Ariel Sun, Reporter

September 12, 2017

Once upon a time a year ago I was a sixth grader with the stress of getting to class on time. I found that it was actually really easy. There were just a few problems that could be easily fixed. One thing was people pushing and shoving to get to their own class. Another problem is the stay on the right...