The Stampede

Starbucks customers seeing red

Starbucks customers seeing red

Aaron Sanghera, Staff Writer

December 16, 2015

Starbucks is one of the biggest names in the industry, however this holiday season the coffee giant made a change that has sparked a lot of controversy. They changed their once festive holiday cup to one that is completely red.     To the naked eye, this change seems irrelevant but to dedicate...

Stay safe and don’t do anything stupid

Maddie Dailey, A&E Editor

December 16, 2015

   Through loss and triumph, one teacher and her group of students and relatives conquer obstacles of all kinds to, in the end, become one family.     Nancy Glimme is a well known face here on campus.  She teaches first and second semester classes of World Geography and also a couple US Hi...

Mustangs compete in Illinois

Mustangs compete in Illinois

Reilly Olson, Managing Editor

December 16, 2015

MV speech students got the experience of a lifetime over Thanksgiving break when they traveled to Chicago for the recent Glenbrooks tournament. Glenbrooks is nationally recognized as one of the most competitive high school speech tournaments, drawing students from all across the country. Competi...

The boy behind the braid

Reilly Olson, Managing Editor

December 16, 2015

Some may know him for having a loud fashion sense, while others know him for sleeping through hard classes. His most recognizable characteristic of all, however, is literally growing out of his head. Senior Brian Yao can be seen walking through the halls of Monte Vista twirling what appears to be a...

Short flags’ big problem

Short flags’ big problem

Josh Elliott, Staff Writer

November 18, 2015

Monte Vista’s short flags team has always been dazzling crowds at our school rallies and events, however so far this year they appear to be absent. The team has had a drastic loss in members this year, due to most of the team graduating or quitting. Short flags is an important part of the school...

A fiery passion for music

A fiery passion for music

Robin Hyun, Staff Writer

November 18, 2015

Just like the color of her hair, Jess Heimann has a fiery passion for music. Jess has always had a liking towards music. When she was just a little girl, she wrote songs for fun at the age of six but truly started writing songs in middle school. She's wanted to release an album on iTunes but hasn'...

What time can do to a school

What time can do to a school

Lauren Edelman, Staff Writer

November 18, 2015

Time is like a dream.  We fall asleep living in a fantasy then BOOM.  We wake up in an entirely new world of reality.   For many of the past students, Monte Vista felt like it was constantly changing whether it be from additions of new admin to adding a student center.  The changes that have not o...

Fowl deed leaves turkeys troubled

Fowl deed leaves turkeys troubled

Lauren Wenger, Staff Writer

November 18, 2015

Have you noticed the turkeys that have been running free throughout Danville neighborhoods this year? If so, then you’re not alone. Ever since the new homes were constructed on the corner of Diablo Road, near both Vista Grande Elementary and Green Valley Elementary, the turkeys have been displace...

MV fashion blogger

MV fashion blogger

Jas Gill, Managing Editor

November 18, 2015

A senior here at Monte Vista has created an online blog on wordpress.com.     Senior, Jordan Moldenhauer created her blog, 180 days of outfits, in the middle of August. She posts her outfits every weekday, starting with the first day of school.     Moldenhauer was inspired to start blo...

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Bailey Ferguson, Staff Writer

November 18, 2015

     Every once in awhile we get a glimpse into the next evolution of human engineering. The airplane, modern medicine, that black whopper thing. In the current era, this miraculous new advancement of human technology, of the human spirit, comes to us in the form of the newest assortment of emo...

Student & teacher jobs

November 16, 2015

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Nightmare on Stone Valley Road

Nightmare on Stone Valley Road

November 5, 2015

On Thursday, October 28th,  the Monte Vista High School leadership and Drama department began a new Halloween tradition: a haunted house fundraiser. The haunted house, which lasted from Thursday to Friday night, was built by over fifty leadership and drama students from Monte Vista high school.  Th...