Preview: DECA State

//BEN YOSHIDA & JETT CROWSON// This weekend, DECA will be competing in their state competition, going up against the best schools in Colorado. The event will be held at the Broadmoor Hotel in Colorado Springs. Mountain Vista is sending 74 of their best competitors, participating in various event categories. Many are new members eager to compete, […]

COMMENTARY: The Broncos’ Problem Offense and its Fixes.

//CHARLIE PENVARI// A big question mark continues to reign above Denver Broncos General Manager John Elway as the 2017 offseason addresses questions about the struggling Broncos offense. 3rd place in the AFC West in average points a game, total yards and 27th in the league for rush yards at an average of 92.8 yards per game, […]

REVIEW: How Will President Trump Affect Global Security

This past Thursday, Feb. 16, there was a panel discussion by Counterterrorism Education Learning Lab (CELL) at the University of Denver concerning the effect that Donald Trump will have on national and global security. It was a lively discussion, leaving many questions, but answering just as many. The talk was moderated by Samuel J. Rascoff, […]

Student Profile: Alex Sedláková

// JETT CROWSON Alex Sedláková came to Vista for her freshman year, like all the other incoming students. But unlike the other freshman, Sedláková came to Vista as an exchange student from Slovakia [?] for her first year. “I decided to come to America because I’m in love with the USA and I saw Grease, […]

An Unlikely President For Interact Club

//MORGAN MACLEAN// As a sophomore, Bradley Bishop, would be an unlikely candidate for the president of Interact Club, but Bishop pushes the boundaries of what is considered normal by taking the role as the leader of the club.   He has been in interact club since seventh grade, and enjoys helping all sorts of people, […]

Influenza A Rapidly Spreads in U.S. Schools

//ANDIE SRDOC// The flu is spreading like wildfire throughout the country. Students are getting sick and continuing to attend school, which in turn affects their classmates, causing schools across America to close due to outbreaks. Nurse Mary Evensen sent an email to the staff stating that “Influenza A is hitting hard, many students and staff […]

PHOTOS: FBLA District Competition

On Wednesday Feb. 8, FBLA students participated in their district competition at the Arapahoe County Fairgrounds . Students signed up for PSA(Public Service Announcement), Client service, Financial Planning or Individual tests for certain parts of the competition. The goal of each student participating is to qualify for the State Competition. Senior Kenza Schreiber, qualified for […]