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What CVMS Students are Doing for Spring Break

What CVMS Students are Doing for Spring Break

Nikita Raman, Janani Sivakumar, Reporter

March 15, 2019


Filed under Campus News, Opinion, People, Showcase, Travel, Videos

As most of you know Spring Break will officially start on March 16. While most of us i.e me aren't doing anything other than being lazy. CVMS students have other plans. So enjoy this video in which you can find out how CVMS students are spending their break. ...

The Travel Log: Universal Studios

The Travel Log: Universal Studios

Colin Johnson, Reporter

March 8, 2019


Filed under Just For Fun, Travel

Universal Studios, Orlando, Florida, is one of the greatest theme parks of all time. With such a variety of areas, ranging from the nostalgic Dr. Seuss Landing to the magical Harry Potter Hogsmeade and Diagon Alley, to even a ride about The Tonight Show, starring Jimmy Fallon, Universal Studios is a...

Don’t Let Go or Else

Don’t Let Go or Else

Janani Sivakumar, Reporter

February 22, 2019


Filed under Environment, People, Travel, World News

There is simply no room for any errors. If he slips, he falls. If he falls, he dies. Alex Honnold is possibly one of the greatest rock climbers in the world. In 2017, Alex became the first person in the world to climb El Capitan in Yosemite, without any ropes, partners or supervision--a skill known...

Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year

Silas Ou, Reporter

February 5, 2019


Filed under Events, Travel, World News

Today is Chinese New Year, at least in the U.S. In China, it was on Feb.4. But we live in America. So to start off, this year is the Year of the Pig. Fun fact, every sixty years a golden pig year happens, which in Chinese belief basically means if your baby is born in that year, he/she will have goo...

My San Antonio Trip

My San Antonio Trip

Nikita Raman, Reporter

January 25, 2019


Filed under Just For Fun, Travel, Videos

As most of you already know our wonderful and long three-day weekend is over. So I would like to ponder about the wonderful "long days" in which, I enjoyed my weekend with a one day trip to San Antonio. It started with my family and I deciding to be spontaneous and go for quick and fun vacation...

The Video-game Museum

The Video-game Museum

Oliver Barnfield, Reporter

January 10, 2019


Filed under Community News, Entertainment, Just For Fun, Showcase, Technology, Travel

Over the break, I went to Frisco, Texas, and went to the Videogame Museum, an excellent and informative spot for anyone interested in games. Here's some pictures of my wonderful time at the National Videogame Museum. Upon entering the museum, we are greeted to a large abstract display full of TV Screens displaying clips from games and game comme...

Fun Things to Do Over Your Winter Break

Fun Things to Do Over Your Winter Break

Jessie Van Den Berg, Reporter

December 19, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, Just For Fun, Showcase, Travel

Winter break allows for many fun and festive things. You may have your yearly traditions or maybe trying something new. If you get stuck, here are some exciting things to do. Ice Skating Ice skating is available at Chaparral Ice and Whole Foods Market (Lamar store). Chaparral Ice even has different sports ...

Five Tips for Traveling During Christmas

Five Tips for Traveling During Christmas

Jessie Van Den Berg, Reporter

December 19, 2018


Filed under Just For Fun, People, Travel

Presents, trees, and ornaments. These are some things that represent the holidays. But, as most people love and await this holiday season, what you don’t normally think about is the chaos of traveling. Airports are crazy, last minute tickets are hard to find being sold out at every airline, and tic...

Who Owns the Statue of Liberty?

Who Owns the Statue of Liberty?

Silas Ou, Reporter

December 11, 2018


Filed under Just For Fun, Travel

The Statue of Liberty. It lies in the New York City area... yeah, I don't know, check this image. Anyways a quick history of the Statue of Liberty. In 1886 the French decided to give us a gift. A giant 305-foot copper statue (It used to be the color of copper but now it got oxidized so its green). In 1924 the U.S. governments made it a national monum...

Where Would Teachers Like To Travel Over Christmas Break?

Where Would Teachers Like To Travel Over Christmas Break?

Ayan Momin, Reporter

December 10, 2018


Filed under Campus News, People, Travel, Videos

If money was no object, here are the dream destinations of teachers and staff.

Camp Fire: The Deadliest California Wildfire in History

Camp Fire: The Deadliest California Wildfire in History

Claire Lawrence, Reporter

November 13, 2018


Filed under Community & World News, Environment, Events, Showcase, Travel

Introduction Although wildfires in California tend to be fairly common, there is currently an especially deadly fire going on at the moment. Camp Fire is a large wildfire going on in Northern-central California. It has recently become the deadliest of its type in the state's history. The Fire There ...

Ten Of The World’s Most Strange Creatures

Ten Of The World’s Most Strange Creatures

Silas Ou, Reporter

November 6, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Showcase, Travel

Uniqueness only makes the world a rich and vibrant place to live. These animals take a walk on the weird side as we introduce you to some of the most unique life forms on this planet.