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While preparing to win the Amazing Race, a student stands on a handmade world map.
AP Human Geography classes create and compete in a mock The Amazing Race
Nadya Carreira, Staff Writer • May 28, 2022

As an activity after finals and AP testing, AP human geography students will race for first place by going through mental and physical challenges in an Amazing Race loosely...

Throughout the summer, players and coaches have been regularly attending training camp in preparation for the upcoming season.
Amador Valley High School football camp gets going
Joseph Chiu, AVT Editor • August 4, 2022

In preparation for the upcoming 2022 football season, players and coaches have been attending a summer camp since the first week of summer.  “We’ve been in the weight...

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Keerthi Nalabotu (‘23) created a collage of some of the festivals videos.
Celebrating student filmmakers with Pleasanton's 8th annual Film Festival
Mikail Mirza, Staff Writer • June 1, 2022

Premiered on May 18th, Pleasanton’s 8th annual Film Festival brought together 25 talented filmmakers from local schools to produce an hour long video. The YouTube video...

Exploring Black History Month
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After two years of COVID, things are slowly going back to normal. What changed in the past school year?
Looking back on 2021-22: what changed?
Thomas Kim and Yi (Steven) Yang May 27, 2022

Late 2021 and early 2022 brought many geopolitical changes around the globe. On a smaller scale, what has changed in Pleasanton over the course...

In the near future, the world may be faced with a famine. What will the world look like then?
The threat of a famine and what it means to Pleasanton
Parth Mishra and Yi (Steven) Yang May 27, 2022

2022 brings no shortage in global crises, leading to economic troubles, political woes, and social unrest. Permeating through all of this is...

While students are excited to pursue higher education in college, student debt is a source of stress and struggle for many.
What should the government do about student debt?
Mark Zhou, Staff Writer • May 27, 2022

Student debt is a pressing issue in the US today -- over 45 million people now owe a total of over 1.7 trillion dollars of debt. With the average...

As the biggest war in Europe ever since World War Two unravels before our eyes between Russia and Ukraine, a similar conflict brews in the background between China and Taiwan for reunification (Arlina Yang).
“Reunification and Restriction”: Parallel between Taiwan and Ukraine
Arlina Yang, AVTV Segments EIC • June 1, 2022

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine ever since February has drawn a sharp similarity to the brewing tension for reunification between China and Taiwan...

Less COVID restrictions leads to more flu cases
Less COVID restrictions leads to more flu cases
Thomas Kim, Page Editor • May 31, 2022

  As Covid cases have stabled out–regulations have been eased–including masks coming off all around the country. Through the past...

Bitcoin has crashed before, but the crash of stablecoin has investors worried.
Steep drop in cryptocurrency creates panic
Thomas Kim, Page Editor • May 31, 2022

Cryptocurrency is what many believed to be the next big technological advancement in the world, but a recent crash has created uncertainty regarding...

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