The Student-Run News Site of Carnegie Vanguard High School

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The Student-Run News Site of Carnegie Vanguard High School

Upstream News

The Student-Run News Site of Carnegie Vanguard High School

Upstream News

Grammy Awards- filled with disappointment and some sunshine

Grammy Awards- filled with disappointment and some sunshine

By Nicole Rodil Suarez and Abigail Nunez April 19, 2022

The Grammy has  been a tradition in the music industry since 1956. Over 86 different categories from country music, to musicals, the Grammys offer opportunities for up and coming artists. Last year’s...

Voldemort gave me an F this cycle!

Voldemort gave me an F this cycle!

By Nicole Rodil Suarez, Staff Writer March 31, 2022

Review: Wordle, Nerdle, Sedecordle and more words!

Review: Wordle, Nerdle, Sedecordle and more words!

By Nicole Rodil Suarez, Staff Writer March 9, 2022

In the midst of a long lecture, you feel like you're about to lose your mind. When is this going to end? When will the sheets, readings, and work just stop? You tune out the sounds and pray that the class...

Receptionist Ruben Hermosillo shares his past path leading him to CVHS

By Nicole Rodil Suarez, Staff Writer February 2, 2022

After a long day, you can't wait to just pass through the front doors, sunlight slightly reflecting on the glass. You rush past the lobby as fast as you can, hopefully your ride is there so you can go...

The 360-degree Immersive Van Gogh experience is now on exhibit until February 6.

The Immersive Van Gogh experience

By Nicole Rodil Suarez, Staff Writer November 8, 2021

Art has never truly interested me on more than a superficial level. To me, art consisted of pretty pictures which varied in color and design. As I grew up, I realized the amount of effort artists put into...

Vaccines for CVHS Students Open Up Summer Plans

By Nicole Rodil Suarez and Thomas Briones June 1, 2021

Since May 18, when vaccines opened up for teens ages 12 to 15, CVHS students have been changing their routine, and are looking forward to a summer when they will finally get to leave the house. “So...

The Stand and other books on our reading list reflect the same devastation and glimmer of hope we are experiencing in this pandemic.

Our top book picks that reflect the doom, disaster, and hope of our time

By Nicole Rodil Suarez and Thomas Briones April 26, 2021

With quarantine, we have been left with a lot of spare time on our hands. What better way to spend that time than to read and get lost in the pages. Below we have our top eight picks for books to make...

The Carnegie Dance Team after Regional Dance Competition.

The young Carnegie Dance Team placed in every category entered at the Regional Dance Competition

By Nicole Rodil Suarez, Staff Writer March 5, 2021

This past February 13, the Carnegie Dance Team competed and won 16 awards in the Regional Dance Competition. Members who placed include: Lindsay Huynh (1st Place), Audrey Kim (3rd Place) , Yuki Nakada...

The Montrose neighborhood Half Price Books closed this past January 17.

Gentrification Strikes Yet Again!

By Nicole Rodil Suarez and Julian Namerow January 22, 2021

Gentrification seems to be waging a losing fight for the local and small business all throughout Houston. It removes affordable housing options, it damages a neighborhood’s cultural traditions and destroys...

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