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John Greens Anthropocene Reviewed is timely and relatable to adolescents amid the pandemic.

John Green’s first nonfiction book : The Athropocene Reviewed

By Abigail Nunez , Staff Writer November 8, 2021

  The Y.A author John Green’s new and first nonfiction book  The Anthropocene Reviewed was published on May 8, 2021. The book is a collection of personal essays that talk about...

CVHS juniors Katherine Linares and Lily Hurysz and sophomore Caitlin Liman jam during their free time at CVHS.

The pandemic school year was a year of resilience and discovery for many CVHS students

By Abigail Nunez and Amy Maya June 1, 2021

This past year has been full of obstacles for many students, but as the 2020-2021 school year finally comes to an end, CVHS students reflect on both the lessons and takeaways from this past year.  Besides...

BTS hosted a virtual event called BangBangCon21 on BANGTANTV on April 17th.

Bangbangcon attract 51 million viewers for 7 hours straight of BTS live

By Abigail Nunez and Amy Maya April 30, 2021

On April 17th, 2021, BTS held a virtual event where fans could watch past BTS concerts in a 7-hour live stream on BANGTANTV YouTube channel for free and would be deleted as soon as the last concert ended....

Freshmen gathered, some, to meet each other for the first time during movie night.

Some freshmen meet each other for the first time during the PTO-sponsored movie night

By Abigail Nunez and Nicole Rodil Suarez April 9, 2021

On March 12, many CVHS freshmen met and got to know each other for the first time during the PTO sponsored Movie Night. The event took place on the CVHS garage roof . Students were able to communicate...

Students protest to protect the rights of transgender students on the anniversary of the Stonewall Riots.

Attacks on transgender students nationally is felt locally

By Abigail Nunez and Amy Maya March 8, 2021

Since the start of this year, dozens of bills have been introduced in states across the country prohibiting healthcare for transgender youth and excluding them from athletic programs. 17 states have...

CVHS new homework policy is not meant to hurt students, but to help them stay organized and on top of their classes

CVHS’ new homework policy is not meant to hurt students, but to help them stay organized and on top of their classes

By Abigail Nunez and Emma Pierce January 22, 2021

At CVHS, you know the deal: long nights to finish homework assignments due at midnight; study for your test the next morning. This has become the reality for a lot of  students, especially as COVID-19...

A homemade Christmas ornament with things you might already have at home

By Abigail Nunez, Staff Writer December 16, 2020

Since this whole COVID 19 pandemic has hit we have become more isolated and are full of more pandemic fatigue day after day. But HEY! Christmas is right around the corner. With Christmas comes the...

Junior Camille Marlin, in the center, plays midfielder for the competitive club Houston Dash Academy 04.

For the love of soccer: Junior Camille Marlin shares what it takes to compete in U.S. Club Soccer

By Abigail Nunez, Staff Writer November 12, 2020

If you've seen junior Camille Marlin around campus, then you know, she is always ready to play soccer. Marlin is a midfielder for the elite club Houston Dash Academy 04 girls soccer team, which plays competitively...

The number of mental issues is growing among students in isolation during the pandemic.

HISD Offers Mental Health Hotline and Resources, But Students Are Reluctant to Access Resources

By Abigail Nunez and Nadia Talanker October 14, 2020

Back in May, HISD launched its "Let’s Stay Connected" Mental Health Hotline at 713-556-1340 that runs 24 hours a day, seven days a week. It's no surprise that mental health issues has risen among...

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