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Word on the street: shook

Word on the street: shook

Carol Lei

September 24, 2017

The word “shook” is commonly defined as the past tense of shake, the act of rapidly moving an object either up and down or side to side. This homonym can also be denoted as being emotionally disturbed. This alternate use of the word shook has quickly circulated around campus over the past year. Tak...

The new Internet slang analyzed through social media

The new Internet slang analyzed through social media

Chelsea Wong

November 4, 2016

The language of the new generation is always evolving. Look below at the infographic to learn the MVHS’ understanding of internet slang.  ...

Class of 2012: One word

Class of 2012: One word

Emily Vu

May 24, 2012

From Homecoming rallies, to sports games, to their work-out routines, seniors describe their favorite high school moments throughout all four years. Each senior came up with one word that they thought captured their experiences as part of the class of 2012. ...

Silence is golden

Silence is golden

Aafreen Mahmood

November 3, 2009

Words don't always speak for themselves Read More »...