A million people flood the streets of Beirut, Lebanon for protests

Sela Diab, Editor-in-Chief

November 12, 2019

On Sunday, October 13 during the evening, fires started towards the north of Lebanon, and trailed down towards the Beirut area and closer to the south. The fires escalated quickly, and resulted in blocking the entrances of Sa...

Invisible Disabilities Week

Evin Nesburn, Editor in Chief

October 17, 2019

This week is invisible disabilities week, where individuals are encouraged to recognize and sympathize with others who are suffering from disabilities that are not readily apparent. While these disabilities take on many forms...

Summer Vacation to School Convocation

Amanda Swartz and Evin Nesburn

September 17, 2019

Viewpoint’s entire student body, faculty, and administration kicked off the 2019-2020 school year with the annual tradition of convocation. Grades K-12 looked polished in their assembly dress attire. Seniors gathered to for...

Coachella? More like Earthchella

Sela Diab, Arts & Entertainment Editor

May 8, 2019

The Viewpoint Environmental Sustainability Council (ESC) is at it again with the fourth annual Earthchella. The event - its name being a play off of the popular music festival “Coachella” - is held in Viewpoint’s ECOLET...

Viewpoint hosts annual Field Day

Sela Diab, Arts & Entertainment Editor

May 8, 2019

Viewpoint held its annual Field Day assembly on Friday, May 3. Field Day is a pep rally held for the Upper School students put on by the Student Council. The assembly took place on the Ring Family Field, and 15 students from eac...

School responds to college admission scandal

Ryann Perlstein, Editor-in-Chief

May 6, 2019

Head of School Mark McKee was “astonished and offended” when he first read about the college admission scandal, which made headlines in March when dozens of parents, coaches and university officials were charged in what federal pr...

Making a difference one bowl at a time

Sara Goldberg, Staff Writer

April 23, 2019

Viewpoint’s annual Empty Bowls project, run by Upper School ceramics teacher Mrs. Nell Yates, has raised $880 for the West Valley Food Pantry. Empty Bowls is an international event put on by many ceramic communities. Ya...

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