• March 8, 2013

Beating the heat of the summer

Beating the heat of the summer

Leo Crowder, Reporter
May 16, 2014
Filed under Features, Journalism, People

In just a few days, every single student enrolled at Desert Vista will be out for a two and a half month break. It is the long awaited moment that many have been ready for- summer.   So, in a school of thousands of students, there are a great amount of activities that people are doing and... Read more »

My Thundermedia Story

Jordan Young
May 16, 2014
Filed under Staff Testimonials

My story with the Thundermedia program is a long one, that started way back when I was a freshman. I was unsure about the class at first but I quickly fell in love with all of the cameras, editing software and people involved. The whole process of producing and putting together a news show became one... Read more »

DVTV and Me

May 16, 2014
Filed under Staff Testimonials

  Tv Production 3-4 I wasn't in this class fully, because Mrs.Coro graciously allowed me to act as a T.A. but I learned a lot this year like how to upload, download, edit, clean(footage), reformat, and photoshop. I mean yes, these are the basics and pretty much anybody would know how to do... Read more »

3,2,1 Action!

Julia Hackett
May 16, 2014
Filed under Staff Testimonials

To Whom It May Concern: I came into advanced TV productions halfway through the year.  I only joined the class because I needed another class, and I had friends taking the class.  Also how hard could it be? All you had to do was sit in front of a camera and spew the news.  Boy, was I wrong.  Being... Read more »

14 Deep

May 16, 2014
Filed under Staff Testimonials

Dear Future Staff of DVTMI, Enjoy this class while you can. Always do your best because people will notice. Going into this class, I never knew I would love it as much as I did. It gave me a whole new point of view on what goes on behind the scenes; as well as how a studio works. When you see those... Read more »

It’s Been Real, It’s Been Fun

May 16, 2014
Filed under Staff Testimonials

Dear Future Staff of DVTMI,   This was my first year on staff and I wouldn’t have changed the decision for the world. Mrs. Coro allows you to do some amazing things within this class. The beauty of being a part of the DVTMI class is that you get to see EVERYTHING that is going on at the... Read more »

False alarm

Lexie Mink, Staff Writer
May 15, 2014
Filed under Journalism, News

Fire alarms aren’t something that happens everyday so when the alarms go off it has everyone questioning what had happened and why. Was there a real fire? Was that the senior prank? The alarms had everyone wondering.   Yesterday, May 8th the fire alarms had been... Read more »

The Best of the Best

Leo Crowder, Reporter
May 6, 2014
Filed under Journalism, Movies

There are a ludicrous amount of movies that have been produced since the inception of the film industry in the early 20th century. Like any form of entertainment, everyone has their personal favorite TV shows, songs, musical artists, video games, and... Read more »

2014 on the Big Screen

Leo Crowder, Reporter
May 6, 2014
Filed under Journalism, Movies, Opinion

In a mere five months, quite a large amount and variety of movies have been produced. Some have been huge hits- others, not so much. Although the best films we see typically near the end of the year, a decent number of movies enjoyed by both fans and critics were released. Some of these... Read more »

Setting Records with “Beginner Luck”

May 6, 2014
Filed under Featured Athlete, Journalism, Sports

Your "beginner's luck" might be getting an A on a project you've never done before. Well, Damali Britton takes luck to a whole new level as she breaks the triple jump record on her first try. "It seems cheesy but, it was unbelievable. I thought he made a mistake and that I did a bad jump so I did... Read more »