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Net Neutrality Receives Some Positivity

May 17, 2018 12:43pm | Spartak Basambekyan

Light has again shed on the situation of Net Neutrality. On May 16th, the proposed repeal of Net Neutrality by the Federal Communications Commission was overturned by the Senate and is now making itself to the House of Representatives. This is an amazing victory for […]

Grad Walk, Class of 2018

May 17, 2018 12:23pm | Angelica Marroquin

The graduating class of 2018 paraded around campus on May 16. Students, families, and friends watched with proud eyes as they celebrated the seniors’ accomplishment.

To Infinity and Beyond: Infinity Wars Crushes Expectations

May 17, 2018 12:23pm | Kushtrim Muja

The Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) embarks on its 10th year since inception with the original Iron Man. Since starting, Marvel’s gone through a decade of superhero movies each more bombastic and lively than the one before. These 10 years of superhero films took Hollywood over […]

Nicholas Wright

April 19, 2018 12:38pm | Staff

“A beautiful girl once asked which was my favorite, the sun, the moon or the stars. I said the stars, then I told her my two favorite stars were the ones she called her eyes.”

Coaches see big future for freshmen football players

April 19, 2018 12:36pm | Luis Banuelos

In the two years prior to this one, the freshman football team won a combined four games. This year’s freshman football team, led by QB Frank Bartley, and RB Tavon Scott blew out their competition on their way to an 8-1 season and look to […]

Women’s Varsity Softball team take on their hardest opponent

April 17, 2017 2:35pm | Amai Mims

VS The Women’s Varsity Softball team had an standard first half season, with a record of 5-5 in hopes of making it a great season. Last night on April 5th, they battled against the Desert Oasis Diamond backs who are their hardest opponent yet. The […]

Coach Blair brings passion to classroom and basketball program

December 16, 2016 5:16pm | Nohely Moreno, Lelaysia Watkins

With a new coaching staff and division change ahead, the men’s basketball team is eager and ready for the upcoming season, with Coach Paul Blair at the forefront. After proving himself as an assistant varsity coach at Shadow Ridge last year, Blair is now a […]

Teems twins compete in final year for white letters

November 1, 2016 7:20pm | Sophia Oesterling

All season athletes Jacob and Jeremiah Teems-Robinson are well known at Spring Valley, not only for their good grades, but for their success as athletes over the past four years.  Both brothers serve as cross country captains in the fall, storm the basketball court as […]

Assessments to make up 80 percent of grades

October 26, 2015 11:31am |

Spring Valley High School students may want to cram a few extra nights of studying in before tests, now that the grading system has been changed to include 80 percent assessment, and 20 percent classwork. This means that 80 percent of student’s grades will be […]

IF I Stay Novel Vs. Movie Review

October 7, 2014 12:07pm |

Gayle Forman, author of If I Stay, based her story off of a real life event. According to her website, GayleForman.com, there was once a car crash in new york with a family of four.  By the time the news got to her, the last […]