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Impossible Bouquet: A show that’s Impossible NOT to see

Kloe Dougherty, Story Editor

April 9, 2018

Filed under News

     Arts Manager, Katherine Mckinley and marketing manager Aria Morris have broken the expectations of promotion for this year's fall dance drama, Impossible Bouquet. For the past shows, arts management would promote the shows with a...

The End of Net Neutrality

Vivian Wu, Web-Master

March 17, 2018

Filed under News

In the months following the voting to repeal net neutrality (Dec. 14, 2017), social media and LVA students have been abuzz about what this means now for the future of the internet. Some wonder if they’ll now be unable to watc...

Every Last Drop

Juliette Singer, Editor In Chief

March 17, 2018

Filed under News

Just hours after the Las Vegas shooting on Oct. 1, a large number of blood donors lined up in front of all of the local blood donation centers. We give blood to help others, keep them healthy, and save lives. “I would say that...

Flue Won’t Believe This

Zane Basquiat, Staff Writer

March 17, 2018

Filed under News

This year's flu season is devastating the U.S. with thousands of Americans hospitalized and hundreds dead. While the virus often kills infants and elderly, this year's victims include a 27-year-old college graduate, a 40-year-old...

The River Flows in Food

Vivian Wu, Web-master

March 1, 2018

Filed under News, Uncategorized

  Many people believe that water waste is a result of long showers and running sinks, but what most people don’t know is how much of water is actually being used in order to produce the foods we consume.   Agriculture...

There Goes the Budget… Again

Meagan Shaffer, Managing Editor

March 1, 2018

Filed under News

  On Nov. 30, the Clark County school district’s budget was placed back in the spotlight. By the end of the Board of School Trustees meeting, the already once-cut budget, was cut once again. The cut was $25 million, a larg...

Diversity in the Classroom

Vivian Wu, Web-Master

March 1, 2018

Filed under Community, News

  More than half a century ago, the Supreme Court ruled against the legality of segregation in school based on ethnicity. Today, minority students make up more than half of the student body on average nationwide. However, th...

Building Blocks of PAC

Building Blocks of PAC

October 20, 2017

Over the Counter Drugs

Jazmin Pitts, Staff Writer

May 10, 2017

Filed under News

   Taking over the counter (OTC) drugs may seem like the safe route this allergy season to cure that annoying stuffy nose and headache, but do you really know the temporary and long-term effects of these so called safe drugs? ...

The Choker Catastrophe

Anaiya Pratt, Staff Writer

May 5, 2017

Filed under News, Opinion

   Online fashion retailer ASOS introduced a line of “men’s” chokers, and it evidently created a rift among individuals early in the new year. Twitter users replied in fury: underneath the original announcement, the comm...

LVA’s First Solo & Ensemble

Amanda Bradford, Staff Writer

May 5, 2017

Filed under News

   The weekend of January 13th and 14th, LVA hosted its first Solo & Ensemble festival in which all choir majors were required to perform.     The choir department has been taking students to the District Solo & E...

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