Canyon Echoes

Colorectal Cancer and CV Cares

Colorectal Cancer and CV Cares

Kavin Thiyagarajan, Reporter

March 15, 2019


Filed under Campus News, Showcase, Wellness

If you're new to Canyon Vista, you might not know that on the last day of school there is an event called CV Cares. CV Cares is when Canyon Vista holds a volleyball game.  T-Shirts and merch are also on sale to benefit a random charity. To play in the volleyball game you must also pay money. (But not...

The Dunedin Study – Criminals at the Age of 4

The Dunedin Study – Criminals at the Age of 4

June Jung, Reporter

March 15, 2019


Filed under Community & World News, People, Wellness

The Study The Dunedin Study took place in New Zealand, and started in 1974 and is still going today. It watched 1,037 people for forty years watching since birth. After age eighteen most participants chose to stay in the study. If the participants moved out of the country (which most of them did) the...

Anger Management Tips

Anger Management Tips

Jessie Van Den Berg, Reporter

March 15, 2019


Filed under People, Videos, Wellness

This is a video I put together to help you control yourself in frustrating situations, I hope you enjoy!

My Burning Hatred for Milk

My Burning Hatred for Milk

Lyla Boretz, Reporter

March 13, 2019


Filed under Opinion, Wellness

Milk is disgusting and absolutely nothing can change my mind. Am I lactose intolerant? I don't know. Even if I'm not, that still doesn't change the fact that it's gross and bad for you. "You're just saying that because you hate milk!" Okay, look. I do hate milk, but there's literally scientific...

No Eating In Classrooms: Is This Administrative Rule Good?

No Eating In Classrooms: Is This Administrative Rule Good?

Baker Tuthill, Reporter

March 11, 2019


Filed under Opinion, Showcase, Wellness

Recently our administration has made a rule against eating in classrooms and hallways. Many teachers have traditionally let students eat in their classrooms. Is this a good rule? Does it prevent students from getting needed nutrition? What are the benefits of the rule? More importantly, what does...

Health Benefits of Vegetables

Health Benefits of Vegetables

Mehak Mehmi, Reporter

March 8, 2019


Filed under Wellness

Health Benefits of Vegetables People who eat fruit and vegetables as part of their daily diet have a reduced risk of many chronic diseases. Options like broccoli, spinach, tomatoes, and garlic provide additional benefits, making them a super food! Vegetables reduce the risk of heart di...

Is Dying Your Hair Good for You?

Is Dying Your Hair Good for You?

June Jung, Reporter

March 8, 2019


Filed under Fashion, Just For Fun, Wellness

Is Hair Dye Healthy? From 2nd to 5th grade I have been dying my hair different colors every year. My hair still seems to be in good condition, but is it really? Studies show that hair dye is constantly building and protecting you from any potentially harmful substances. So if you're healthy, it's ver...

Why is Running Good for You?

Why is Running Good for You?

Mehak Mehmi and Aliyah Carter

February 25, 2019


Filed under Wellness

Everyone knows that running is a great way to get into shape, but it also can benefit almost every part of your body and lift your mood. Whether it's your favorite part of the day or something you have to push yourself through, the benefits are undeniable. The next time you're thinking of skipping a...

The First Mustang Hustle

The First Mustang Hustle

Hannah McDonough, Reporter

February 25, 2019


Filed under Campus News, Events, Showcase, Sports, Wellness

For the first time ever, CVMS is hosting a Mustang Hustle! Come join us as we run a 5k fun run on April 13, 2019. Whether you are a fast runner or not, this race is for you! Don't feel pressured, it's just for fun. Costs Registration Early registration started February 16, and until March 16, it co...

What Happens If You Don’t Sleep for A Week? (The Story of Randy Gardner)

What Happens If You Don’t Sleep for A Week? (The Story of Randy Gardner)

Oliver Barnfield, Resident Pop Culture Writer

February 22, 2019


Filed under Just For Fun, People, Showcase, Wellness

Have you ever stayed up all night looking at your phone or playing video games and wondered what it would be like if you never slept? Well, one particular teen in 1964 wanted to test this and didn't sleep for 11 days, all in the name of SCIENCE! This is the strange but entirely true tale of Randy Gardner. Randy...

Milk : Good or Bad?

Milk : Good or Bad?

Evlabia Konstantinou and Kavin Thiyagarajan

February 15, 2019


Filed under People, Wellness

The Controversy Ever since childhood, we have been blasted with advertisements "claiming " that dairy is good for you, and makes your bones " big and strong". Health issues Contrary to popular belief, milk can cause bone fractures in elderly adults. Osteoporosis (  porous bones )  are highest f...

Another aspect of staying healthy

Another aspect of staying healthy

Jessie Van Den Berg, Reporter

February 7, 2019


Filed under People, Wellness

Staying healthy is not just about eating a balanced diet and washing your hands very frequently to avoid germs. As those are important to staying healthy you are missing one more thing, can you guess? Exercise! It is recommended to exercise about 45 minutes - one hour every day. There are many types...