The Student-Run News Site of Carnegie Vanguard High School

Upstream News

The Student-Run News Site of Carnegie Vanguard High School

Upstream News

The Student-Run News Site of Carnegie Vanguard High School

Upstream News

Photo of CVHS Community Voices for Public Education (CVPE) interest meeting on February 7th, led by trust members sophomore Layla Chowdhury, sophomore Eliut Delgado, junior Bela Jotwani, junior Caoilin Krathaus and sophomore Hira Malik.

Texas bill to ban groups and citizens from North Korea, China, Iran and Russia from buying land in Texas

By Sasha Cabral and My-Tran Vo February 17, 2023

In November 2022, state Sen. Lois Kolkhorst (R-18) proposed Senate Bill 147; a bill that would prohibit government entities, businesses and citizens from North Korea, Russia, China and Iran from buying...

An outline of the state of Texas on top of a rainbow background, made in Canva

The 30 Texas anti-LGBTQ bills being drafted and what they mean

By Hagar Cohen and Ava Manchac January 27, 2023

Currently, 30+ anti-LGBTQ+ bills have been lined up in the Texas legislature, causing a panic in queer Texans. These bills propose limitations on what language around sexuality and gender can be used in...

Sex-education videos based on a best-selling book from the 1980s.

Out of 155 CVHS students surveyed on sex-ed knowledge, one received a perfect score

By Nicki Anahita and Danielle Yampuler September 23, 2022

Out of 155 CVHS students surveyed by Upstream News on their sexual education knowledge, only one student received a perfect score. The questions tested respondents on a variety of topics including, but...

An assortment of APUSH textbooks in APUSH teacher Nathan Wendts classroom.

College Board to Texas schools: Follow AP curriculum or lose AP status

By Sakina Hafeez, Sumedha Mohanty, and Naadiya Walji September 23, 2022

Earlier this year, College Board announced Texas schools could lose their AP Status if they do not rigorously  follow the AP curriculum. The announcement came following concerns that recent  Texas state...

The passing of Plyer v. Doe allowed all children, including undocumented children, to receive a free public education.

Gov. Greg Abbott declares discriminatory proposal to deny immigrants access to public education

By Danielle Yampuler, Co-Editor in Chief May 27, 2022

On May 5, current Texas Gov. Greg Abbott declared a new, regressive proposal, stating his belief that undocumented children should not have the right to a paid public education in Texas, directly going...

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...

Load More Stories
Activate Search