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  • January 15Women's Basketball: MV-53 Doughtery Valley-43

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  • January 11Men's Basketball- MV-67 Amador Valley-48

Would you Rent the Runway?

Gabby Garcy, Staff Writer

March 26, 2015

Filed under Feature

 With the prom/ball season quickly approaching, girls everywhere are on the hunt for a perfect dress. Today, many Monte Vista teens create facebook pages for their class to keep track of who is wearing what to maker sure girls don’t show up in the same dress on these special nights. Many dresses range between $100 - $...

A new class is washing ashore

A new class is washing ashore

March 26, 2015

“While I love teaching, I also really love research,” Faerber said. “So working at Stanford in the summers allows me to have both in my life.”

Under The Sea: Ms. Reed knows about more than just music

Under The Sea: Ms. Reed knows about more than just music

Bailey Ferguson, Staff Writer

March 26, 2015

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An endless ocean. Pure earth beneath. Nothing but a sky of water above. Sunlight barely pierces through...

Scholarships: one for just about everything

Hanrin Cho, Staff Writer

March 26, 2015

Filed under Feature, Uncategorized

Are you left-handed? Are you a twin? Are you under four feet and ten inches? Do you consider yourself an ‘average student’, but with a creative mind? Well if you have any of this traits, you can qualify for many of the bizarre scholarships out there! As the end of the year comes closer, more juniors are planning ahead...

Building the future one robot at a time

Building the future one robot at a time

March 26, 2015

Robotics is an important part of the technological future and Monte Vista has students and teachers that...

Speech and Debate prepare for state qualifiers… again

Speech and Debate prepare for state qualifiers… again

March 26, 2015

"I came into teaching because I wanted to be able to work with students who wanted to learn," Matley said. "I wanted to be able to teach kids who really became active in the whole learning process."

Student recognition project

Student recognition project

March 26, 2015

The 2015 San Ramon Valley Unified School District Student annual Student Recognition Project has concluded. An...

Assassins: are you in or out?

Assassins: are you in or out?

Roya Dowlati, Senior Staff Writer

March 26, 2015

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Each year, seniors at Monte Vista come together to play a game called Assassins. It is an unusual way...

A little encouragement goes a long way

A little encouragement goes a long way

Samantha Teshima, Managing Editor

February 18, 2015

Filed under Feature, Showcase

Junior Allison Wei, a talented artist who has represented Monte Vista in the Reflections Contest, has...

What is freedom of speech?

What is freedom of speech?

February 18, 2015

The First Amendment, a right guaranteed to the American people over 200 years ago, remains on the forefront...

Bright future for bright Stangs

Bailey Ferguson, Staff Writer

February 18, 2015

Filed under Feature

More and more Monte Vista students are beginning to see their future paths of life after graduation. This year, specifically, has seen many students reaching prestigious goals after completing their high school careers. Rohan Savoor, a senior at Monte Vista, will be attending Caltech. Savoor stated that the college application...

Lindsay Wildlife Museum volunteers

Lindsay Wildlife Museum volunteers

February 18, 2015

Lindsay Wildlife Museum, a museum for children to learn about the environment and animals around them,...

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