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Analyzing how the Course Information Fair affects students’ decisions

Analyzing how the Course Information Fair affects students’ decisions

Robert Liu

February 10, 2019


Filed under OPINION

On Feb. 1, freshmen, sophomores and juniors scrambled around campus, entering different classrooms to listen to information sessions held by teachers. This 70-minute period is known as the annual Course Information Fair, when students can ask questions and learn about the courses that they will sele...

Just teach it

Just teach it

Helen Chao and Claire Wen

September 27, 2018


Filed under OPINION

As the school year begins, some students find themselves in a panic. They’ve completed their back-to-school shopping: fluorescent highlighters and squeaky-clean erasers are packed away, but there’s one thing that hasn’t gone perfectly to plan: the schedule they’re holding in their hands. Whether...

A Case for Ethnic Studies

A Case for Ethnic Studies

Tal Marom

February 7, 2016


Filed under Editorial, Featured, OPINION, Opinion Editor's Picks, Under 20 Minutes

ith the news that a new class will be added to the curriculum, we could ponder the classes we want: psychology, sociology, perhaps even a home economics class. But when thinking of classes we need on campus, ethnic studies comes to mind. We already have relatively liberal history classes in the c...

New AP class added to science department

New AP class added to science department

Deepa Kollipara

March 11, 2009


Filed under NEWS

While most schools are panicking about losing classes due to budget cuts, MVHS is giving students an even longer list of classes to select from during the upcoming course selection fair. Read More »...