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California is still thirsty

Kevin Yang, News Editor

November 19, 2014

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  The current “megadrought,” described as one of the worst droughts in California’s history, continues to blight California as major rainfall still refuses to fall on state soil. This dry spell is currently in its third year and is part of a larger fifteen-year drought that will take place across western North...

Beach volleyball: thriving college sport

Beach volleyball: thriving college sport

October 23, 2014

Just a few years ago one of the most popular activities of the summer wasn’t even a collegiate sport,...

MV Speech dominates at season’s first competition

Reilly Olson, Op/Ed Editor

October 23, 2014

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The high school speech and debate season is back in business. 135 Monte Vista students embarked on a bus journey to Santa Rosa High School on September 20th, 2014. This is the first chance new students have to showcase their speaking abilities. Speech and debate students work hard in class to prepare for this league-wide...

New Senior Parking Lot Raises Controversy

New Senior Parking Lot Raises Controversy

October 22, 2014

Monte Vista’s new parking lot is now in working order, ready to serve students and faculty for the...

California issues first plastic bag ban

California issues first plastic bag ban

October 22, 2014

On Tuesday, September 23, Governor Jerry Brown signed the first statewide ban of plastic grocery bags...

Middle school teacher arrested for child pornography

Fatima Ali, CC Spin Editor

October 22, 2014

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Mitchell Wolf, a well known math teacher at Diablo Vista Middle School, was arrested this August for possession of child pornography. He was arrested on Friday August 22nd after a forced search warrant went through his home in Danville and uncovered the evidence, he was then taken to the County Jail located in Martinez. The...

False alarms, real consequences

False alarms, real consequences

October 22, 2014

The blaring wail of the fire alarm has been a common sound around campus, highlighting Monte Vista’s...

Students in Hong Kong take the streets

Kevin Yang, News Editor

October 22, 2014

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Thousands of protesters in Hong Kong have occupied the city’s streets since mid-September in hopes of achieving more democratic elections. On September 22, Hong Kongese students took the streets of their city due to the Chinese Communist Party’s intervention with the city’s elections. Their protests started as peaceful...

Cal High Wrestling Coach Arrested for Alleged Relationship with Student

Kevin Yang, News Editor

October 22, 2014

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  A Cal High wrestling coach is facing charges of child molestation due to allegedly having a relationship with minors. California High School wrestling coach Kevin Lopez, age 27, was arrested on for reportedly performing “lewd conduct” with multiple identified male suspects. Lopez was arrested on September 9th...

Ebola spreading like a wildfire

Grace Wensley, Staff Writer

October 22, 2014

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A recent outbreak of the Ebola virus in West Africa has killed over two thousand people since last winter. March of this year was when the Ebola outbreak was first identified in Guinea. Since then it has spread to Sierra Leone, Liberia, Nigeria, and Senegal. The Ebola Virus was first discovered in Southern Sudan in 1976....

iPhone 6 hits the market

Hanrin Cho, Staff Writer

October 22, 2014

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Whether it’s online or at the Monte Vista campus, Apple fanatics are currently raving about one thing and one thing only: the iPhone 6. With its recent release on the market just a few weeks ago, many are thinking about upgrading their smartphones. However, before they spend up to over $1,000 on this new product, they should...

Napa residents continue to restore the “Wine Country” after the quake

Napa residents continue to restore the “Wine Country” after the quake

October 22, 2014

The trembling of the Napa earthquake only lasted a few seconds, but its aftermath has affected many people,...

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