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In this generation, taking a video is as easy as pulling out a phone.
The Grizzly Gazette will be holding a competition to see how well students can take videos on their phones. The competition will have a theme that will be announced in the beginning of the week.
“I think it’s a good idea to show how technically advanced our generation is,” said freshman Victoria Paz.
The most interesting video taken on any cell phone will be the winner after the Grizzly Gazette staff judges the video. There will be no time limit and the winner will win a candy bar.
“I think it’s a good idea because it will get students really involved and I think a lot of videos will be very entertaining to watch,” said junior Toni Lopez.
The first theme will be a video taken around the students’ houses.
“Our generation has a lot of high tech qualities that can be shown with a simple video from a cell phone,” said junior Maria Corona. “Just 30 years ago, a video from a cell phone was a crazy and unrealistic idea.”
The Grizzly Gazette staff encourages students to bring their videos to show the technical advancements of this generation.
To submit a video:
• Off of an Android phone, simply bring your phone with a USB cord to room 412.
• For IPhones, put the video on a flash drive then bring the flash drive to room 412.
The Grizzly Gazette retains the right not to publish any video that is deemed inappropriate to a high school audience because of content that deals with: sex, drugs, alcohol, suicide, lible, harassment, profanity, encourages violence, or violates copyright laws.
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