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An opportunity for all: LAVC College Fest draws near
An opportunity for all: LAVC College Fest draws near
Published September 14, 2021
LAVC is hosting its annual College Fest on Saturday, Sept. 18 for students of all grade levels.
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English teacher Jon Peterson and a student are taking the covid-19 test on the quad on May 12.
Nine covid-19 cases confirmed during first week of in-person instruction
By Shaan Bhatia and Ani TutunjyanPublished August 22, 2021
“They let us go without telling us much.”
Six graduates from the Class of 2021 came to school to accept $1000 scholarship grants from alumni from the class of 1957.
Six students receive scholarship from former VNHS alumni
By Ani Tutunjyan, Print Editor-in-Chief • Published August 2, 2021
The Class of 1957 wishes to inspire other graduating classes to continue to follow their lead in giving back to the school community.
Principal Gardea poses for her first day back on campus after announcing her retirement on April 26th, 2021.
Leaving a legacy: Principal Gardea retires
By Ani Tutunjyan, Print Editor-in-Chief • Published June 28, 2021
With numerous “Best Magnet” titles under her belt, Principal Yolanda Gardea will be retiring from San Fernando Valley’s second-oldest high school leaving behind a legacy and big shoes to fill.
Fill Your Life with Spice is hosted by Andrea Parada.
Fill your life with spice | Episode 1 : divided environments
By Andrea Parada, Podcast Host • Published September 20, 2021
A brand new podcast explores how we can increase our school pride in 2021.
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BEFORE THE FALL The twin towers in lower Manhattan in New York City dominated the skyline before the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.
The twenty year anniversary: Teachers reflect on the September 11 attacks.
By Nathan Han , Web Editor • Published September 10, 2021
Teachers talk about how they heard about the event and how it continues to affect them in 2021.
The Key Club poses for the camera as they keep interested students informed about their club.
Club Rush: Students rush to find new circles
By Beverly Regino, Staff Writer • Published September 10, 2021
ASB holds their first in person event of the year.
Gover Olivares is performing his monologue for the role of Cedric. “I’m auditioning for Cedric, he’s such a fun and energetic character. Hes so upbeat and full of energy because I think that I could match it. But if I dont get Cedric I’m happy with whoever I get because Puffs is an amazing play.”
“I’m excited, I’m ready, Im pumped.”
Theater productions are returning to campus with auditions for the new play "Puffs"
By Emma Salehi and Nathan HanPublished August 28, 2021
Being restricted by covid-19 for the last year and a half, the Actors in Action, with the guidance of theater teacher Ms. Molly Lief, are excited to get back on stage and finally put on a show after the last production of “Peter and the Starcatcher” in the Fall 2019 semester.
VNHS’s varsity girls volleyball puts up a fight in a tightly contested three set defeat against San Fernando High School on Sept. 13.
VOLLEYBALL: The Girls team takes a second loss at home
By Samantha Ramos and Nathan HanPublished September 14, 2021
The young team still searches for their first victory of the season under Head Coach Antonieco Erasmo.
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Alexis Austria (#16) serves to Northridge High School at the Girls volleyball home game on Sept. 1, 2021. This was the wolfpack’s first volleyball game of the season. The squad lost their first game with a final score of 25-8, 25-12, and 25-19.
VOLLEYBALL: Wolves unable to avoid sweep by Northridge
By Samantha Ramos and Nathan HanPublished September 4, 2021
Although the team suffered a first loss, expectations remain high once a full roster is assembled.
 Taft Offensive line prepares to snap the ball to their quarterback against the black and white defenders. The Wolves were unable to contain the offense and lost the game with a final score of 43-6.
FOOTBALL: New squad starts their season with a disappointing loss at home
By Nathan Han, Web Editor • Published August 29, 2021
Struggles continue as the wolves lose 43-6 to Taft High school.
#25 Tristan Timpers seizes the opportunity to tip the ball to the side of the defenders after a fake out.
STATE: Wolves Volleyball defeats Ramona Bulldogs
By Andre Davancens, Sports Editor • Published June 9, 2021

Making history, the Wolves Volleyball team won their first state championship game. On June 8 they faced the Ramona High School Bulldogs and won 3-2. The Wolves continue striving...

Ouch! A person is awaiting her jab of the covid-19 vaccine.
Do students & faculty agree with mandatory vaccines?
By Shaan Bhatia, Current Events Editor • Published September 11, 2021
Teachers and students share their opinions on the new vaccine protocol for LAUSD schools.
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My cell phone took over my life. I had to change.
My cell phone took over my life. I had to change.
By Gwen Langi, Pro & Con Editor • Published June 29, 2021
I find myself consumed by my phone whether it’s during virtual classes or late into the night past my bedtime. I tell myself a few minutes of scrolling through social media won’t cause any harm.
For the first time in over a year, the VNHS campus has opened its doors for students to return to campus under covid guidelines.
I am a junior, yet I have never been on campus.
By Shaan Bhatia, Current Events Editor • Published June 9, 2021
"Although I could’ve taken the same classes from the comfort of my room, there are some positives to being on campus."
A quick fix in your closet
A quick fix in your closet
By Felipe Rodriguez, Staff Writer • Published May 4, 2021

  Have you ever just wanted to change your fashion but you feel like you can’t because you have limits when it comes to money? Well believe it or not there are ways you...