More Than a Dream

By: Elia Turner The untold stories of Black History Month. https://www.history.com/news/same-date-8-years-apart-from-emmett-till-to-i-have-a-dream-in-photos [Emmett Till on the left, Martin Luther King Jr. on the right]     Ingrained in the history of the United States of America is racism.     Black History Month, started by Carter G. Woodson and the Association for the Study of

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Getting Ready for College Application Decisions: Looking Back at the Stressful Process

By: Kobe Vergara As the month of March quickly approaches, students who applied regular decision will be finding out their decisions and reflect back on the whole process of applications.    Towards the end of high school, students begin to really consider what they want to do in their future. For

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Speciality Valentines Day Pie

By: Ethan Haque The season of love is upon us! With Valentine’s Day right around the corner this would make a perfect gift for anyone who is wanting to surprise their loved ones with a delicious and heartfelt morsel that takes after the symbol of love a rose. Valentine’s Day

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Fun Facts for a Fun Year

By: Sydney Wilks Here’s five fun facts you may or may not have known about the traditions behind the upcoming Lunar New Year!     Chinese New Year is known through many names. From Lunar New Year to the Spring Festival, this holiday has been bringing in the new year for those

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Winter (Formal) is Coming

By: Farrah Morris While tradition says that you should always have a date to the dance, tradition also does not realize that dancing with a group of friends is more fun.     It’s coming. Another dance.     A chance for girls to cry in the fitting rooms of stores because the dress

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Dressember: Bigger than a Dress

By Jacob Schwarz MVHS takes on the challenge of diminishing modern-day slavery, one dress and dollar at a time.     Human trafficking is the modern-day equivalent of slavery and it consists of the use of force or any other unethical type of coercion method for physical labor or commercial sexual exploitation.

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The Real Vine 2?

By Kaycie Adams Introducing TikTok, the app that is quickly gaining a reputation unlike any other.     Have you heard of TikTok? If not, it is quite possible you truly live under a rock.     If you have watched any video on Youtube in the past couple of months, the ads of

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Was 2018 Hit or Miss?

By Farrah Morris 2018 has been such a crazy year it feels more like it’s been 5 years. Here’s a breakdown of major events that happened this year.     It is undeniable that 2018 has been an extremely intense and eventful year. So many things have happened it is almost hard

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Ideas for an Exciting New Year’s Eve

By Eja Fromm Here are some ideas for those who are unsure how they will spend their New Years Eve.     There are many options for celebrating New Years Eve. Here are some ideas to make this new year memorable.      Hanging out with friends or family instantly makes this celebration exciting.

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Ways to Give Back

By Sophia Haque Acts of Kindness That Really Give Back!     With holidays such as Thanksgiving, Christmas, Kwanzaa, and Hanukkah coming up, many people are feeling spirited and the need to give back. During the holiday season, many people believe that it is important to give back.     These acts of giving

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