The Stampede

She ain’t no drag

She ain’t no drag

Sumin Lim, Editor-in-Chief

November 15, 2018

Filed under Feature, Showcase

Despite its name, this definitely is no drag. While most people play soccer, or dance, or ride...

The secret ingredient to Monte Vista’s success

The secret ingredient to Monte Vista’s success

November 14, 2018

Founded in 1965, Monte Vista has become a distinguished school known for its excellent academic and...

Musty returns with high spirit

Musty returns with high spirit

Claire Chu, Managing Editor

October 8, 2018

Filed under Feature, Showcase

After he galloped away for several years, Monte Vista’s mascot, Musty, makes his way back to rallies, ...

Award-winning scientist enters teaching scene

Award-winning scientist enters teaching scene

Raquel Montelindo, Feature Editor

October 8, 2018

Filed under Feature, Showcase

Highly acclaimed scientist. Check. Stanford professor. Check. Founder of a successful technological c...

MV welcomes the god of wine

Jacklyn Taylor, Staff Writer

October 3, 2018

Filed under Feature

Bones. Skeletons. Humans. The foundation of our body lies between the walls of high school. The man who was a chiropractor and is now an Honors Anatomy teacher who plans to make education humerus.       The famous new teacher Dionysus Perez, the Greek god of wine is a huge hit at Monte Vista. The support from the s...

MV students emerge with a gaming company

Robin Hyun, Feature Editor

March 14, 2018

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A game design company consisted of over 40 Monte Vista High School students has made its appearance known this school year. The company hopes to bring games in various platforms like PC, console, and mobile within the next two years. The company, Far Realms Gaming (FRG), was created by junior Brendan Kitchen. His role in...

Benvenuti a Monte Vista!

Lauren Edelman, News Editor

January 22, 2018

Filed under Feature, Humans of Monte Vista

In August, a 16-year-old, Roman teenager stepped foot onto her new temporary home: America. Junior Giulia Azzarello is a transfer student from Rome, Italy. She is currently staying with junior Destinee Aranda and her family. Studying abroad is popular amongst teenagers in Europe, thus, Azzarello is familiar with being away fro...

Out of the Comfort Zone

Out of the Comfort Zone

January 22, 2018

    Due to a call of adventure and desire to make a change in the world, a senior at Monte Vista ...

Benvenuti a Monte Vista!

Lauren Edelman, News Editor

January 13, 2018

Filed under Feature

In August, a 16-year-old, Roman teenager stepped foot onto her new temporary home: America. Junior Giulia Azzarello is a transfer student from Rome, Italy. She is currently staying with junior Destinee Aranda and her family. Studying abroad is popular amongst teenagers in Europe, thus, Azzarello is familiar with being away fro...

Monte Vista’s favorite power couple

Lauren Walker and Mikayla Flores

January 13, 2018

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    Would Monte Vista be the same without the couple who makes us all laugh?     Kimberley Gilles and her husband Tom Dunlap, more commonly know as Ms. G and Mr. D by their students, are practically famous at Monte Vista for never having a dull moment together.     From the day they met to the day they go...

Breaking down the walls

Tina Sui, A&E Editor

March 20, 2017

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    Last November, students at Monte Vista had the opportunity to participate in a program called “Breaking Down the Walls.” This month, the program made a comeback to help build up and strengthen the mustang community.     Breaking Down the Walls is a comprehensive program designed to unify, empower, and e...

New Author Emerges from MV

New Author Emerges from MV

Heather No, Staff Writer

February 24, 2017

Filed under Feature

    To write, let alone publish a book is an amazing feat for a sixteen year old, and yet Monte...

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