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Physical Book Copies v.s E-readers and Tablets

Physical Book Copies v.s E-readers and Tablets

Alex Guerra, News Staff
March 18, 2016
Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Showcase

With the advancement of phones, tablets and E-readers, E- readers have become a popular standard but some people believe that E-readers take away the hands on experience and that it’s easier to fall In love with traditional books when you have it in your hands. But some readers think that with E-readers... Read more »

Music and Mood in School

Quest Carrol, Graphic Designer
March 17, 2016
Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Student Life

Ever come home from school tired or irritated and decide to throw a good record on and you start to feel better? Or listen to an album at work and jam out when you’re dealing with stress? What about math class, sometimes you just need a good Indie record to keep your mind straight when busting out... Read more »

Summer recipes

Liz Forsberg and Mahayla Ross
June 2, 2015
Filed under Arts and Entertainment

Many high school students are too busy to spend a lot of time in the kitchen, others do not know what they can make, and the rest are just too lazy to try. Thankfully there are simple ideas and recipes that can cool anyone off in the summer heat. Some of the easiest methods are freezing fruits and... Read more »

The World of E-Sports

The World of E-Sports

Morgan Clifton, Viewpoints Graphics Editor
February 13, 2015
Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Showcase, Sports

We all know someone who plays video games. Perhaps you play video games yourself. But did you know that it is very possible to get a scholarship for playing video games? That’s right. Games like Dota 2, League of Legends, and Starcraft 2 have several tournaments hosted by major companies, and as s... Read more »

Do social sites affect people’s happiness?

Mahayla Ross, Viewpoints Staff
June 9, 2014
Filed under Arts and Entertainment

Humans are very competitive and ambitious creatures, and we compete on social sites like Facebook everyday without realizing it, and it can have an effect on your happiness. Do social sites slowly consume your happiness?The constant competition on social sites can cause you to lose happiness... Read more »

Spring Mix: from us to you

May 13, 2014
Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Showcase

Enjoy a little music curated by our music editors for this warm sunny weather we are having. There's some old ones, some new ones, and something for everyone.

Priceless Memories

Priceless Memories

Zane Texeira, Viewpoints Staff
May 9, 2014
Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Showcase, Student Life

To remember the cherished years of our youth, and some of the best times of our lives. This is what a high school yearbook aims to help students achieve -- for only a small fee. Many students today struggle when it comes to affording one of these “time capsules,” and many call for change. These p... Read more »

Who are we really?

Who are we really?

Devon Hulick, Viewpoints Staff
March 17, 2014
Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Uncategorized

With the booming outbreak of social media came along the concept of an “internet personality” -- a persona that an individual embodies while on the internet to personify their profile, page, posts, etc. This concept of creating oneself on the internet is something everyone does, who actively go... Read more »

Killer kitties on the loose

Zane Texeira, Viewpoints Staff
February 14, 2014
Filed under Arts and Entertainment

The neighbor is mowing the lawn, the garbage man is picking up the trash, and Fluffy the cat walks up to you with a dead, bleeding mouse in it’s mouth. You thought you knew the cat, but you were wrong. Cats are far more dangerous than anyone has ever thought. According to a recent survey and stud... Read more »

Binging on entertainment

Binging on entertainment

Devon Hulick, Viewpoints Staff
February 11, 2014
Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Showcase

A new hobby has swept across the general populace: Netflix, Hulu+ and other various video streaming sites are the culprits of a new fad known as binge TV watching. Many people are beginning to participate in this new fad, creating  a new societal bandwagon similar to that of Kony 2012. These video ... Read more »

Catching Fire breaks box office records

Catching Fire breaks box office records

Betsy Grimes, Viewpoints Staff
February 11, 2014
Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Showcase

Many students at Mountain View made their way to the movie theater on the 21 of November to watch the opening premier of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. With fans waiting in line for several hours for the first film, it came as a shock to see that there wasn’t a single body waiting outside for thei... Read more »