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Fall play brings opportunity for return to former glory

Fall play brings opportunity for return to former glory

Olivia Bocchieri, Podcast Editor September 18, 2022

The theater department’s fall production of “She Kills Monsters” is set to debut on November 3, giving Pancho Morris, the school’s new drama teacher, only two months to put together the performance.  The...

Science Quad vending machine removal reveals illegality

Science Quad vending machine removal reveals illegality

Ella Persky, Web News Editor and Co-Business Manager September 13, 2022

  The vending machine located between the Science Quad and the Back Parking Lot has been removed from campus more than six years after its installation, in order to maintain compliance with state...

Club Arena helps students find community

Club Arena helps students find community

Alex Bentley, Video Producer September 6, 2022

The Science Quad filled with dozens of brightly decorated poster boards and crowds of students Tuesday and Wednesday for Club Arena, where representatives advertise their respective clubs to the student...

Back to School Night brings together community for first time in three years

Back to School Night brings together community for first time in three years

Alex Bentley and Ella Persky August 27, 2022

  Parents and student-club-run food stands gathered on the field for Thursday’s Back to School Night Picnic, a food-filled “kickoff” with everything from pepperoni pizza and boba to rugelach...

Photo by Naina Srivastava

MVHS Green Team brings compost bins to campus

Ella Persky, Web News Editor and Co-Business Manager August 22, 2022

If you saw a red, orange, or yellow popsicle in the sticky hands of a student at lunch last week, chances are, they got it in exchange for their trash — or more accurately, their compost. With the...

Photo story: Stripes and spirit kick off the year

Photo story: Stripes and spirit kick off the year

Naina Srivastava, Co-Editor in Chief August 19, 2022

Students transformed into a sea of red and white “Waldo's", put on their comfiest pajamas, sported their favorite jerseys, and showed off their school pride in the first spirit week of the year. The...

Abortion walkout organizers speak on consequences of overturning Roe v. Wade

Abortion walkout organizers speak on consequences of overturning Roe v. Wade

Kevin Chien , News Beat June 5, 2022

Hundreds of students walked out of class in solidarity to protest the Supreme Court’s draft decision to overturn the historic Roe v. Wade ruling on Thursday, May 26. Students marched along the lawn...

Students learn leadership and gratitude through Global Glimpse, while exploring the beauty of Latin American culture

Students learn leadership and gratitude through Global Glimpse, while exploring the beauty of Latin American culture

Hanna Olsen , Staff Writer May 28, 2022

Global Glimpse gives students the opportunity to explore the cultures of Latin American countries such as Ecuador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, and the Dominican Republic. During the two-to-three-week trip,...

Acting class delivers chilling performance despite COVID-19 absences

Acting class delivers chilling performance despite COVID-19 absences

McKenna King , Staff Writer May 25, 2022

The show began after Elizabeth Berg, director and teacher of the acting class, introduced the show and announced that six actors were absent due to COVID-19. She explained that the actors filling their...

Photo story: Rally launches last spirit week of the year

Photo story: Rally launches last spirit week of the year

Kevin Chien , News Beat May 24, 2022

Students arrived at school wearing scrubs, baggy clothes, and jerseys for the last spirit week of the year. The week commenced with a rally including activities hosted by ASB and performances from Dance...

Meet Kip Glazer, next year’s principal

Meet Kip Glazer, next year’s principal

Kaitlyn Knopf , Print People Editor May 18, 2022

Newly appointed principal Kip Glazer hopes to start next year off strong by implementing what may excite fans of Kahoot and Quizlet Live: game-based learning.  Glazer is currently the principal at...

MVLA Board Petition sparks change

MVLA Board Petition sparks change

Natalie Arbatman, Co-Editor-in-Chief May 14, 2022

It’s been almost one year since Los Altos Students, Alumni, and Educators and Campus Change Mountain View High School backed by Justice Vanguard, a “grassroots racial justice organization that focuses...

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