Shocking News for MVPA

Estephany Morales, staff writer, interim editor in chief
April 12, 2015
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MVPA students gathered on Tuesday in the PAT for what could be the last assembly for the school of the Arts. Dr. Casillas, one of the four principles at San Diego High School Complex, announced early in the morning in an assembly held at the Performing Arts Theater (PAT) some news that had students...

Heads up Cavers! Our small schools are continuing to disappear

Jillian Martens, staff writer, news & student life
April 12, 2015
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On Tuesday, April 7, it was announced at the staff meeting held in the library that the small school of MVPA will most likely shut down. The Superintendent, Cindy Marten, announced that she will recommend to the Board of Education for MVPA to be closed after the 2014-15 school year ends. This news...

Baby Don’t Go, A Sophomore’s Point Of View

Izzy Rose, interim managing editor
April 12, 2015
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All of the students seemed to know by the end of nutrition but in case you have yet to hear, MVPA is being shut down by next year. Although the proposal has yet to reach the board, the staff is pretty certain that it’s going to pass. On Tuesday, April 8th some of the students were pulled from their...

UFO Sightings in San Diego

March 27, 2015
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Caver’s Cafeteria Frenzy

Dayane Zaragoza, staff writer, news
March 26, 2015
Filed under News, Student Life

It’s do or starve at San Diego High. Starting April first students with a GPA of 3.0 and lower will not be able to get free food. This new rule was established by all the principals of the school. They also will not allow students to buy from The Rock unless they have a 3.0 GPA and higher. The principals...

Time to Change!

Rosa Gomez, staff writer, student life
March 26, 2015
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No more fights between classmates, girls or boys. On the first of April, something is about to change at San Diego High. In fact MVPA will be more peaceful. Students will be placed in separate classes. Dr. Casas says, "Only boys in one class, and only girls in another. MVPA will be a much better school...

Leonard Nimoy of Star Trek Fame Passes Away

Jillian Martens, staff writer, arts & entertainment
March 4, 2015
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Leonard Nimoy, famous for playing the character of Spock in the 1960’s hit series Star Trek passed away on February 27, 2015 at age 83. The cause of his death was chronic obstructive pulmonary disease according to his granddaughter. Star Trek first aired in 1966. He has become famous mostly throu...

Pot Shops in the City

Isabelle Peterson, staff writer
January 2, 2015
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There are pot shops in only twelve of the fifty states, and there are ten legal dispensaries in San Diego. In October a proposal for a pot shop to open in Otay Mesa was approved by the city’s residents. ‘A Green Alternative’ will be the first legal dispensary to operate in the city since voters...

We Scream for Weed

Maya Howell, managing editor
January 2, 2015
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California is becoming greener in this time of drought. With states like Washington and Colorado legalizing recreational marijuana, it is expected that California will become the next state to give its green approval. So far the state has made it legal to obtain the herb with a medical card for people...

The View from the Bike Seat

Sarah Zuniga, co-editor in chief
January 2, 2015
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San Diego is better seen from the seat of your bike. The millions of bike paths and trips you can take throughout beautiful scenery and historic ocean fronts are limitless. Whether you are a professional bicyclist training for the Olympics or you are just a weekend warrior biking around the county,...

Smells Like School Rivalry

Maya Howell, new editor/writer
November 21, 2014
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San Diego High School is a learning facility with a feud within its own corridors. The institute separated into small, individual schools in 2006. Those being the schools of I.S, MVPA, Business, Leadership, and Communications. Since 2012, the school of communications shut down due to decreasing...

Why the US needs to take action against ISIS

Maya Salameh, guest writer
November 10, 2014
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Many know that ISIS (the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria) is a serious issue, and sooner or later, we are going to have to clear up this situation- for better or worse. This will not be accomplished unless the US takes a more stern stance on dealing with ISIS – this could involve sending in ground...

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