• March 8, 2013

A fantastic year of films

Leo Crowder, Reporter
February 28, 2014
Filed under Features, Journalism, Movies

Most movie reviewers and everyday people agree that 2013 was an excellent year for film. The most prestigious awards for film, the academy awards, are this Sunday. Of course many fantastic movies are nominated for all kinds of awards, but most people are not film critics.... Read more »

Gymnasium and cafeteria creating interesting memories and odd sights

Lexie Mink, Staff Writer
February 27, 2014
Filed under Features, Journalism, Life, People

Strange things can be spotted around all of campus but the gymnasium seems to be one of the places where the most interesting things seem to happen to students. “The strangest thing that happened to me in the gym was when I went to fill up my water bottle and I saw some guy pressing his butt against... Read more »

Player of the View: Matt Siegil

February 26, 2014
Filed under Campus Clubs, Featured Athlete, Journalism, Sports

The rugby team has been at the top with 29-0 against... Read more »

Transportation throughout the ages

jovan pascu, reporter
February 26, 2014
Filed under Journalism

As man started to walk through life with great intentions, many ideas were formed to help make life easier. The first wheel was invented by cavemen, and has revolutionized mankind since then. The wheel evolved to make great inventions and tools that has helped humans survive until today.... Read more »

Winning Over the Nation

Daniel Carmack, Reporter
February 26, 2014
Filed under Campus Clubs, Classes, News

The world of programming and app development is a growing market and a great area of study. Some students are already following this path in high school. Desert Vista offers a class called mobile app development in which students create apps and designs for them. ... Read more »

Two days, four hours of school…but not for everyone

Leo Crowder, Reporter
February 20, 2014
Filed under Journalism, News

It is not often that students have only a 2-hour school day, 2 days in a row. This happened Monday, February 24 and Tuesday, February 25 because of the AIMS testing for all sophomores. All sophomores, as well as upperclassmen who did not pass the test previously, are required... Read more »

Waking up on the wrong side of your desk

February 1, 2014
Filed under Classes, Journalism, Opinion, Top Stories

Yawning, dreary eyed, and constantly mumbling “I’m so tired.” That is DV in the morning, even though we start school fairly late. On twitter recently, somebody posted that students cannot really learn effectively till 10 o’clock. Andy, a sophomore, said that he... Read more »

I really wanna Love Somebody… and ask them to Sadie’s!

January 31, 2014
Filed under Journalism, Life, People, SS_Thunder Life, Top Stories

Where the girls are all jittery and anxious, while the guys are chilling, and patiently waiting. What place other than DV around February when the Sadies dance is coming! A ton of students are preparing for the season of love and with that comes the dance where girls ask guys. Many are preparing,... Read more »

The Lost Cause of the Lanyard

Leo Crowder, Reporter
January 30, 2014
Filed under Journalism, Life, People

Remember during the first few weeks of the school year, when security guards and teachers were constantly getting on students about not wearing their ID lanyards? Well, those days are completely gone. With more than half the year over, the rule to having ID at all times is a lost cause.   ... Read more »

More classes, less energy

Nina Ziegler, Staff Writer
January 15, 2014
Filed under Classes, Life, Opinion, Top Stories

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