Isn’t it romantic?

Madison Geering, News Editor

May 24, 2019

Eyes meet across the busy street in Mexicali, Mexico during one fateful summer in the mid-1940’s. He was James, a U.S. immigrant doing construction on the road, unknowing that his work would give him a first glimpse of hi...

Exotic Aquatics

Noah Nafarrete, News Editor

May 22, 2019

A couple months ago, I was arranging hand-selected pieces of wood and rock inside a low-mineral, sleek and rimless glass aquarium. Once I was satisfied with the composition, I embellished the design with live aquatic plants to res...

Opening New Doors

Ethan Gamboa, Staff Writer

May 22, 2019

If there is one thing high schools lack, it is the availability of life skill courses. What used to be accessible to high schools all over the United States as an elective is now vanishing from more and more high schools each...

No need to fear… The umbrellas are here!

Joseph Casey, Editor in Chief

April 26, 2019

The answer to our prayers has arrived! A change vividly noticeable to all Barons, these new improvements to Bonita Vista High’s campus demanded everyone’s attention upon their introduction, and have already had a profound imp...

Opinion: Absent students of shooter threat thankfully not assigned Saturday school

Alexander Kolshorn, Staff Writer

April 19, 2019

On Monday, April 8, the majority of students at Bonita Vista High responded to the threats made against BVH on Instagram by not attending school out of the then warranted fear of being shot in a possible massacre. It was ru...

Stand up, but don’t walk out

Cambria McClelland, Opinion Editor

April 11, 2019

Fear. That’s what filled just over one thousand students’ hearts as the news circulated throughout Instagram on Sun. April 7 that an anonymous active shooter threat was posted online in the comments section of an ASB soc...

Staff Editorial: BVH should be better equipped to respond to active shooter threats

April 8, 2019

Two threats of opening fire on BVH's campus tomorrow, Monday, April 8, were recently posted on social media. With the help of the Chula Vista Police Department, administrators deemed the threat to be unsubstantiated and have d...

Smelling the roses

Katherine Neuner, Editor-in-Chief

February 22, 2019

The other day, my friend drove me home from school. It was a Friday, so I knew as soon as I got inside, I’d lay down and take a long nap. As she drove away, I waved goodbye and then walked over to the front door. It was l...

Care a Little

Kara Barragan, Sports Editor

February 3, 2019

“Care a little, care a lot,” I sing to myself, at six-thirty a.m. “Let me love you, let me not. But that wouldn’t change the way I, care for you. That wouldn’t make me think of, someone new.” That song, “Care a...

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