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Freshman wins Google Science Fair with diagnostic tool for Alzheimer’s disease

Freshman wins Google Science Fair with diagnostic tool for Alzheimer’s disease

Bill Cheng

October 23, 2015

magine standing before a panel of 14 judges, all representatives from well-known and prestigious organizations such as National Geographic and The Lego Group. Imagine the triumph of victory or the disappointment that would be felt if you lost. The Google Science Fair is open to contestants ages ...

Spirit teams compete in Southern California Holiday Classic championship

Spirit teams compete in Southern California Holiday Classic championship

Anjana Melvin

December 13, 2014

After school on Dec. 12, the MVHS cheer and song teams flew to Anaheim to compete in the Southern California Holiday Classic championship for the first time. “Nationals is the first time that we’re exposed to the Southern California teams, and usually [they] are our biggest competition,” junior...

Students are to blame for much of our academic stress

Students are to blame for much of our academic stress

Shriya Bhindwale

August 22, 2013

The secret behind a hassle-free school is to mind our own business. Read More »

Class of 2013: Survival of the fittest

Class of 2013: Survival of the fittest

Simran Devidasani

May 29, 2013

Freshman year, I encountered my first nosy parker, who would try to skim over my graded tests. If her discreet mission did not succeed, she would flat out ask what I got. When said I got a B, that peer would smile, congratulate me, then proceed to complain about her A minus. By the end of the year, I ...

Robotics Team defeated in quarter finals of CalGames

Robotics Team defeated in quarter finals of CalGames

Alexandria Poh

October 27, 2011

  On Oct. 21 and 22, the MVHS Robotics Team faced 34 other high school teams at Archibishop Mitty High School during CalGames, an annual heated regional competition. After ranking 15th during the qualification rounds, MVRT was eliminated during the quarter finals. Qualification matches lasted ...

Class warfare took Homecoming Food Drive too far

Class warfare took Homecoming Food Drive too far

Daniel Tan

October 16, 2011

By the end of the week, MVHS had gotten it down to a science: Boxes of cereal were worth the most Homecoming points per dollar spent. So were large jars of peanut butter. Needed some more points the night before the final day so your class could win? No problem. PW Market had cereal at four for $...

MVHS sends mathletes to national math competition

MVHS sends mathletes to national math competition

Daniel Tan

April 19, 2011

Students to take the USAMO and USAJMO tests Read More »...

Boys on top!

Boys on top!

Aafreen Mahmood

September 29, 2009

Now there's scientific proof that guys are actually ahead in the race to contentment. Ladies, what's wrong with us?  Read More »...