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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

These states have passed laws that target transgender students, while other states have proposed such laws.

Transgender rights under attack across the country- here’s what Carnegie students have to say

By Brooke J Ferrell, Entertainment Editor May 27, 2022

On May 13, the Texas Supreme Court cleared the way for families who allow gender-affirming care for their transgender children to be investigated for child abuse. This decision backed Texas Governor Greg...

Carnegie Theatre Companys One Act Play participants (Courtesy of Savannah Santibanez)

Carnegie Theatre Company advances to UIL One Act Play’s 6A Regionals

By Alex Samano and Brooke J Ferrell April 20, 2022

On Friday, April 1st, Carnegie Theatre Company advanced to UIL One-Act Play’s 6A Regionals following their most recent performance of Sally Abbott’s I Think We Are Alone, originally performed by Frantic...

Grammys 2022: maybe not as chaotic as the Oscars, but the outfits will still blow your mind.

Grammys 2022: Outfits that slayed

By Ankitha Lavi and Vivian Huynh April 20, 2022

The 2022 Grammys was certainly the best way to start off April. Some come to the Grammys hoping to leave with a trophy in their hand and some come with a swaggy Walgreens bag (yes, you Dillon Francis)....

Carnegie Football wins state championship

By Rugveda Patil, Staff Writer March 28, 2022

The Carnegie Rhinos are the district champions after winning against the Mayhall Tigers. The Rhinos won against the Tigers at 48-8 at our beautiful home stadium. Linebacker Srikar Nethi managed to get...

Senior Humza Hanifs Gold-Key winning photograph.

CVHS students win over 50 Scholastic Art and Writing awards

By My-Tran Vo and Brooke Bushong March 9, 2022

The Scholastic Art & Writing is a nationally recognized contest that allows students from all over the United States to submit their art in all forms of media such as poetry and memoirs to paintings...

Meena The Elephant from Sing 1 & 2 is getting canceled?

#Meenaslander reveals an ugly bent among TikTok users

By Camille Marlin and Ashley Becerra March 9, 2022

In today’s society, online bullying and social abuse has increased more than ever. And unfortunately, it will continue to rise. For many, it can take as long as five seconds to comment something negative,...

The relationships between the United States, Russia, Ukraine, China, and Taiwan are extremely nuanced and have become more fragile after the Russia-Ukraine conflict.

Two Stories: Russia and Ukraine, China and Taiwan

By Atahan Koksoy, Staff Writer March 9, 2022

In the days when all eyes seem fixed on Ukraine, the similarities to the developing crisis between Taiwan and China cannot be ignored. In the past year, the number of Chinese incursions into Taiwanese...

Korean Netflix original series All of Us Are Dead is a traditional zombie fantasy is reimagined to fit a high school setting.

TV Show Review: All of Us Are Dead teaches all of us a lesson

By Jahrel Noble, Entertainment Editor February 22, 2022

Spoiler Alert for All of Us Are Dead Season 1 As high school students, it often feels like we are fighting for our lives: drowning in swarms of homework, juggling extracurriculars, sacrificing a healthy...

Key and Peeles skit Substitute Teacher hits home with students who have seen more subs this year, due to the pandemic.

Op-Ed: Teacher shortages leave students a mixed bag of substitute teachers

By Kaitlyn Garza, Staff Writer February 20, 2022

In the midst of the Omicron surge, teachers are constantly in and out of school from the exposure to hundreds of sniffling kids with their noses so kindly out for everyone to admirably look at, or from...

Reminisces of DeWitt County, by Buck Schiwetz, 1968.

On the Legacy of Texas Artist Buck Schiwetz

By Atahan Koksoy, Staff Writer February 2, 2022

“I hope I might have given Texans a worthy depiction of their great heritage and might have made them more aware of the need for preserving many beautiful old structures that will otherwise fall victim...

HISD encourages student testing amid testing shortages

By Rugveda Patil, Staff Writer February 1, 2022

When students came back from winter break, the COVID cases in the Houston ISD increased to about 30 people in Carnegie Vanguard’s small high school of 808. Many of these students were encouraged to take...

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