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The Problem with Black Friday

Adam Al Desouky and Wade Moldenhauer

January 13, 2017

Filed under Op/Ed

     Black Friday may seem great at first, with all the discounts and cheap prices, but should it really be right after Thanksgiving Day?      Thanksgiving is a day when we should be thankful for what we have, not the contrary Black Friday when people come rushing and fighting in stores to buy the items they don’t have...

Stop societal standards!

Stop societal standards!

Maddie Dailey, Op-Ed Editor

December 9, 2016

Filed under Op/Ed

   Looking around the school and at home the banners, sweatshirts, hats, colors, and dramatized ma...

A midday mess

A midday mess

Michael Rhee, Staff Writer

December 9, 2016

Filed under Op/Ed

    Lunch. Never have 36 minutes been so highly anticipated. A time to relax, goof off, finish that...

IS PDA OK??

IS PDA OK??

November 14, 2016

In just a couple months, spring will be in the air….and you know what that means. Love.     Valentine’s Da...

No port, no cord, yes problem!

No port, no cord, yes problem!

October 26, 2016

The new iPhone 7 was released a few weeks ago, and the complaints are rising. Many students and ad...

Ignoring terrorist attacks

Maddie Dailey, A&E Editor

December 18, 2015

Filed under Op/Ed

    Following the recent ISIS terrorist attacks in France, buildings were lit up to look like the French flag, and Facebook shared their condolences by making a profile filter available for users to share their support.       Following the ISIS terrorist attacks in Lebanon, buildings were not lit up to look like t...

Recognizing “other” holidays

Punya Sidhu, Staff Writer

December 18, 2015

Filed under Op/Ed

If you’re reading this, odds are, you celebrate Christmas. There’s a break designated almost solely for it, and you would never have to miss school to celebrate Christmas. That would be ridiculous, right?     Wrong. We’ve grown so used to a school calendar that is set up in order to accommodate holidays such a...

Phone banks, phone cubbies, and the Hotel Calipeña

Phone banks, phone cubbies, and the Hotel Calipeña

Lauren Wenger, Staff Writer

December 16, 2015

Filed under News, Op/Ed

It’s a well-known fact that most teachers at any school do not like it when their students are on t...

Feminism vs. MV

Feminism vs. MV

October 22, 2015

Feminism has been around since the 1900’s, but lately it seems to have made a comeback not only throug...

Coffee: to sell or not to sell

Anya Nutakki, Staff Writer

October 22, 2015

Filed under Op/Ed

Power Drinks. Soda. Apple Juice. Hot Chocolate. All of these drinks are sold here at Monte Vista. The one drink that is missing from this list is coffee. Why isn’t it sold at school? Coffee should be sold at school because it will benefit our students in many ways. First off, it will make them feel more awake. Coffee con...

Squalid Restrooms

Squalid Restrooms

Daniel Carpentier Balough, Sports Editor

June 4, 2015

Filed under Op/Ed

Nobody enjoys public restrooms, that’s a fact, but that does not give people the right to utterly destroy...

Advanced dance performance causes controversy

Advanced dance performance causes controversy

June 4, 2015

Dance 5 performed on April 17 at our last rally, the Spring rally. With their cropped tank tops and skin...

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