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The ins and outs of applying to college

The ins and outs of applying to college

Mar 6, 2014

Nothing in high school can quite compare to the first semester of senior year. College applications are tedious, stressful, repetitive, and can be confusing. How am I supposed to tell somebody about myself if I don’t even know who I am? As a senior waiting for decision letters, this is the best advice I can give to get the most out of applying to college. 1....

Mountain View replaces Google Wifi

Mountain View replaces Google Wifi

Mar 3, 2014

Google has been experimenting with many new projects recently – from releasing Google glass and establishing Calico to starting Google Shopping Express, it has been reaching many different parts of the community, affecting most of us in one way or another. However, Google’s newest project, replacing Google WiFi, is most directly relevant to Mountain View...

How to study abroad

How to study abroad

Mar 3, 2014

I was granted an opportunity I could not pass down – the ability to spend a semester abroad in Spain. Though I was able to go abroad through the help of scholarships, I will admit that going abroad is not an easy journey. However, there are many ways you can make studying abroad a possibility for your life. 1. Research programs and scholarships...

Indian student doesn’t explicitly anticipate entering a STEM field- community outraged

Indian student doesn’t explicitly anticipate entering a STEM field- community outraged

Mar 3, 2014

*DISCLAIMER: This article is satire and should in no way be interpreted as an actual record of events, people, or names. Monta Vista High School has recently become the epicenter of a cultural phenomenon never before witnessed in the Silicon Valley; an Indian student, 18-year-old Raj Singh, became the first high school student of his ethnicity to select...

Election Coverage 2014: The race begins

Election Coverage 2014: The race begins

Mar 2, 2014

It’s that time of year again. Time to sign an election proposal form, advocate for a classmate, and elicit votes from our peers. It’s time to be a part of the democratic process. However, what should be treated as a rare opportunity for those under the age of 18 to gain experience at the polls, learn about “issues” that directly affect them, and talk to...

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