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The truth behind attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)

The truth behind attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)

Mar 11, 2014

What do Will Smith, Elvis Presley, and Bill Gates have in common? Not only do they all have inspiring accomplishments, but they also have attention deficit disorder! By achieving their dreams, Will Smith, Elvis Presley, and Bill Gates didn’t let their ADHD stand in the way of their success. Affecting 6-7% of all children worldwide, attention deficit...

Election Coverage 2014: This week in Mission Statements and photos

Election Coverage 2014: This week in Mission Statements and photos

Mar 11, 2014

On the morning of Monday, March 10th, MVHS walls, windows and doors were transformed into a seemingly endless cacophonous blur of color, names, and some unfortunate pun-inspired catch phrases. For those of you who haven’t been paying as much attention, our Associated Student Body elections are coming up, this Thursday and Friday to be exact. Even though we...

Holocaust survivor, Helen Farkas, speaks at MVHS

Holocaust survivor, Helen Farkas, speaks at MVHS

Mar 11, 2014

On Thursday, March 6th, Mountain View High School students and staff had the honor of hearing Holocaust survivor Helen Farkas recount her stories. Born in October 1920, Farkas was one of 9 children and grew up in a small town in Romania, very close to the border of Hungary. Farkas describes the beginning of her childhood as alright, at the time her people had...

2014 Prom Reveal

2014 Prom Reveal

Mar 7, 2014

This year’s Prom has been announced; 2014 Prom is going to be Great Gatsby themed in San Francisco. Join Facebook groups online, and get ready to ask and asked, and most importantly get pumped for Prom 2014 on Saturday, May...

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....

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