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The Student-Run News Site of Carnegie Vanguard High School

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CVHS Boys Volleyball team after winning their second game against Kipp East End 3-0.

Behind the Scenes: Boys’ volleyball managers leading their team to glory on the court and beyond

By Roxell Bonilla and Sasha Cabral March 4, 2024

Behind most sports teams is a ball, a team and most importantly, a coach. This is not the case for the CVHS boy’s volleyball team. The team is led by six female students, each taking on a different role...

CVHS Baseball captain Theodore Herce in game.

CVHS Baseball Team is optimistic despite opening loss

By Karla Berrueto and Sundari Maharajh March 4, 2024

On Feb. 20 the CVHS baseball team played their first game of the season against Stephen F. Austin Senior High School. Their audience of family and friends cheered them on as the season kicked off. The...

Chief’s players celebrating their big win.

Super Bowl 2024: The best and the worst

By Sundari Maharajh, Staff Writer February 20, 2024

Whether you were rooting for the 49ers or the Chiefs this year, the 2024 Super Bowl was a wild ride for all parties. The narrow score had everyone on the edge of their seats towards the end of the 4th...

Nathan Nguy post-26.2 mile run for Chevron Marathon 2024 with his superhero cape.

Nathan Nguy: Running beyond a finish line

By Cindy Cui, Opinion-Editorial Editor February 20, 2024

CVHS Senior Nathan Nguy may seem like your typical running enthusiast at first glance, but delve a little deeper, and you'll uncover a story of unwavering dedication and consistent pursuit of self-improvement....

CVHS boys soccer teammates minutes before their first game of the UIL season against Milby HS.

CVHS girls’ and boys’ soccer shoot for victory in their second season in UIL

By Audrey Piczak and Kevin Pham January 21, 2024

Last year, the CVHS girls’ and boys’ soccer teams played in the University Interscholastic League (UIL) for the first time, making history both on campus and the field after years of pushing to join...

Ms. Ford in front of her whiteboard with two students.

Ms. Ford is a powerhouse of sports and sciences

By Tobias Hawes December 14, 2023

Ms. Ford, whose room looks over the end of the science hallway, is a mainstay of our school’s teachers. She’s been here for eleven years. Currently, she teaches four science classes: freshman biology,...

Cory Yan leads his team on the court playing basketball in the CVHS gymnasium.

Senior athletes: Leaving a lasting legacy on the field and beyond

By Adelynn Rubio, Nina Pinglay, and Charlie Smith December 11, 2023

Her heart racing and eyes darted forward, she steadied her feet, preparing for the signal. Then a moment of silence, and following it was a booming gunshot that rang out. Go! Go! Go! Bela Jotswani, a senior...

CVHS JV Volleyball team wins against their biggest opponent in the season, ending the final set at 25-23, after being behind 7 points.

CVHS JV Volleyball team sweeps their way to being undefeated

By Roxell Bonilla, Sports Editor December 4, 2023

As the season ends, the Junior Varsity girls’ volleyball team has remained undefeated despite having to adjust to major changes. Captain Daniella Lopez has expressed that the team's success wouldn’t...

Thanh-Tri Nguyen and his first place medal after winning tennis Districts with CVHSs tennis team.

Thanh-Tri Nguyen champions tennis districts

By Cindy Cui, Opinion-Editorial Editor April 24, 2023

                  Known for his extremely friendly disposition and massive water bottle he always carries through the halls, junior...

Abigail Nunez representing the El Salvadorian team in CONCACAF U-17 World Cup.

Carnegie Sophmore Abigail Nunez play for El Salvador in CONCACAF U-17 World Cup

By Julian Namerow and Kaitlyn Garza May 27, 2022

Since she was nine-years-old, sophomore Abigail Nunez has traveled across the country to support and watch her brother play in his club soccer tournaments. To pass the time, Nunez found herself kicking...

A mosaic of Brian Flores composed of photos from the NFL, Black History, and the personal life of Brian Flores.

Op-Ed: NFL coach Brian Flores’ lawsuit reminds Black Americans we have not progressed enough

By Jahrel Noble, Entertainment Editor March 9, 2022

On the night of February 13, 2022, I watched blue and yellow confetti rain down from the skies onto the field of SoFi Stadium when the Los Angeles Rams defeated the Cincinnati Bengals to win Super Bowl...

Balakrishnan moments before a fencing bout.

All a-bout Monica Balakrishnan: CVHS senior signs to acclaimed university for fencing

By Jahrel Noble, Entertainment Editor January 28, 2022

The beaming light shined down as she stood tall on the podium with an equally bright smile painting her face. The cameras, the lights, and the theatrics may have been overwhelming for some, but for Monica...

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