The Viking Post

:), Editor, Staff Writer

October 5, 2018

Filed under News, Showcase

Some people get chosen to be the lucky ones, always being together psychically and being able to talk face to face. It hurts to know that we can’t have it as easy as them. The majority of time we have together is spent throu...

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February 21, 2018

Taking a Knee

Bryan Jones, Staff Writer

November 5, 2017

Filed under News, Opinion

Throughout the entire National Football League some of the players have been taking knees during the National Anthem.   They are protesting police brutality.   Colin Kaepernick is the man who started this entire pro...

How Many Hula Hoops Does it Take to Solve a Rubik’s Cube?

Tabitha Solis, Staff Writer, Opinion Editor

October 12, 2017

Filed under News

Singing, dancing, instruments, and hula hooping while solving a rubik’s cube -those were acts of the fifteen students who performed at the talent show at MVHS talent show on Thursday night. Alyah Martinez, sophomore, won first place f...

AP Students Lay it on the Line and Shoot for the 3

Pricila Gomez, Staff Writer, News Editor

May 26, 2017

Filed under News, Student Life

The two weeks of AP testing is now over and MVHS AP students are now waiting to see if they mastered the test well enough to be exempted from some college classes. AP testing began on Monday morning, May 1st with AP Chemistry an...

Americans’ Trust in the Media Declining

Christopher Gutierrez, Staff Writer

March 15, 2017

Filed under News

Donald Trump has recently become a leading figure in the fight against “fake news,” and the general public seems to follow his lead on calling out media bias as well as fabricated news that has caused some uproar recently...

The Boy Crisis

Itzelth Gamboa, Staff Writer, Student Life Editor

March 6, 2017

Filed under News

Boys are far more likely than girls to struggle academically, limiting their chances of pursuing a higher education. According to a study conducted by OECD, boys are nearly twice as likely than girls to fall behind in rea...

Should the Voting Age Be Lowered?

Pricila Gomez, Staff Writer, News Editor

December 7, 2016

Filed under News

Students around the United States are arguing that the US should lower the voting age because it affects their future and they have to live with a president, that they never had a chance to voice their opinion on, for the next ...

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