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A working coronavirus vaccine may be readily available in the US by the end of the year.
Variants vs. Vaccines: California’s covid-19 outbreak
By Eleonora Badikyan and Angelina GevorgyanPublished April 6, 2021
After a year of lockdown, vaccines have been more frequently given to the public but different strains are still out there.
Middle school students wait to enter the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History on the National Mall during the 2017 National Science Bowl competition, Friday, April 28, 2017, in Washington, DC. (Photo by Jack Dempsey, U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Science)
Students compete in 2021 National Science Bowl
By Angelina Gevorgyan, Staff Writer • Published March 11, 2021
“Our students work hard and are motivated to do their very best every year.” -Coach and advisor Ms. Tracey Kim
School organizes anti-bullying virtual assembly
School organizes anti-bullying virtual assembly
By Angelina Gevorgyan, Staff Writer • Published March 9, 2021
“This should and needs to be addressed.” -Dean Brian Acosta
VNHS football field empty due to covid-19 pandemic
A message to LAUSD
By Andre Davancens, Sports Editor • Published March 4, 2021
I have been very patient for 11 months waiting for a way forward and just as it appears that the state is going to provide some updates on youth sports guidance,LAUSD has done nothing to indicate that it will be moving forward
I gave up social media for seven days
I gave up social media for seven days
By Briana Jasso, Staff Writer • Published April 5, 2021
Seven-day social media cleanse
Homeless & vulnerable
Homeless & vulnerable
Published March 25, 2021
A pandemic is affecting the entire nation, here's an insight into how it's affecting the homeless
The Black Student Union is creating a safe space for BIPOC students
The Black Student Union is creating a safe space for BIPOC students
By Julia Pfau, Perspectives Editor • Published February 26, 2021

The Black Student Union meets every Thursday at 2:30 on Zoom. What do you do as the BSU club? The BSU is here to provide a safe space for people of color, specifically the Black population at Van Nuys High School. It’s also here to educate and inform the rest of the student body about Black issues and Black cultures so that students can be well informed when they go out into the world. Is...

The original cover of the novel is recaptured in this image.
"Looking for Alaska" is a perfect novel to escape into
By Isabela Diaz, Business Manager • Published February 9, 2021
First kisses to first drinks. Pick up this book and read about Miles’ journey through junior year.
SB793 needs to happen
SB793 needs to happen
By Felipe Rodriguez, Staff Writer • Published February 19, 2021
"This ban needs to remain in effect as it is one step closer to preventing youth from having access to menthol tobacco as a whole."
Pro-Con: from Snapchat to Supreme Court
Pro-Con: from Snapchat to Supreme Court
By Felipe Rodriguez, Staff Writer • Published February 8, 2021
Students are protected by the First Amendment and should not be punished for their social media posts as it invades their privacy.
The U.S Capitol building is seen picking up broken pieces from the violent riot on January 6th, 2021 as we welcome President-elect Joe Biden into office.
It’s out with the old and in with the new
By Gwen Langi, Pro & Con Editor • Published January 20, 2021

Today is the inauguration where President-elect Joe Biden officially becomes the 46h President of the United States. Many have waited for...

PEXELS | ROSEMARY KETCHUM
A vote for Trump means...
By Shaan Bhatia, Current Events Editor • Published November 17, 2020
A student grapples with the idea that half of our nation voted for Trump, a man known as a racist and an alleged rapist.
POW! Youtuber Logan Paul takes a brutal punch to the head from his opponent Olajide O. Williams (KSI)
YouTubers vs. boxers
By Contreras Melanie, Staff Writer • Published March 25, 2021
Teófimo López tweets “Stop this YouTubers Boxing. Stop diminishing the sport that we’ve worked so hard for!”
Sack! Number 99 J.J. Watt celebrates after tackling the opponents quarterback.
J.J Watt signs with the Cardinals
By Sam Eusebio, Staff Writer • Published March 16, 2021
Watt is now reunited with DeAndre Hopkins, a former Texans Wide-Receiver who played with Watts.
What do retired e-sports players do after their careers are finished?
What do retired e-sports players do after their careers are finished?
By Antony Nepeyvoda, Design & Layout Editor • Published March 9, 2021
Streamers come from a wide range of backgrounds and seek fame for their personalities and gaming prowess.
VNHS football field empty due to covid-19 pandemic
A message to LAUSD
By Andre Davancens, Sports Editor • Published March 4, 2021
I have been very patient for 11 months waiting for a way forward and just as it appears that the state is going to provide some updates on youth sports guidance,LAUSD has done nothing to indicate that it will be moving forward
Wonder women who
Wonder women who've left their marks
Published March 29, 2021

Playlist: Women
Playlist: Women's History Month
By Terrence Lazo, Staff Writer • Published March 8, 2021

March is known as Women’s History Month. To celebrate the occasion it is important to identify and remember the contributions women have made to our pop culture. Out of the many genres, one category...

Childhood Nostalgia: Students reminisce about their favorite childhood toys
Childhood Nostalgia: Students reminisce about their favorite childhood toys
By Angelica Venturina, Staff Writer • Published February 25, 2021
Treasured Times: Students pay homage to tossed and forgotten toys that helped shape character and overcome childhood fears.
In Celebration of Black History Month
In Celebration of Black History Month
By Briana Jasso, Staff Writer • Published February 25, 2021

During the month of February, the United States celebrates Black History Month. Honoring the African Americans who struggled for civil rights and basic human rights, this month celebrates the achievements...