Debunking sports stereotypes

When it comes to high school sports and student athletes, various myths and misconceptions circulate the halls. It’s crucial to separate stereotypes from facts.
Debunking sports stereotypes
Volleyball Stereotypes – Myth vs Fact
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Football Stereotypes – Myth vs Fact
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Tennis Stereotypes – Myth vs Fact
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Cheerleading Stereotypes – Myth vs Fact
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Student Athlete Stereotypes- Myth vs Fact
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Student Athlete Stereotypes- Myth vs Fact
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Student Athlete Stereotypes- Myth vs Fact
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From watching sports to playing them, I have always been inclined to write about the new athletic events that occur at our school. As a sophomore at Van Nuys High, I am going into my second year of journalism, not just to write about the games, but to uncover the background and details of the talented athletes that play them. Whenever I’m not on my laptop typing about an athlete or game, I am trying to perfect leche flan.
Maya Diaz, Associate Online Editor-in-Chief
A collector of hobbies and talents, Maya Diaz immerses herself in various activities with creativity and dedication at Van Nuys high school. She strives to be an integral part of the school's performing arts's program, participating both on stage and behind the scenes. As a passionate musician, Maya leads the school choir and heads her own music club. She's also delving into the digital realm, writing and directing her own film. Beyond her creative pursuits, Maya serves as president of a community service club addressing homelessness in LA. In her spare time, she enjoys designing and making jewelry, styling clothes, and listening to her favorite artists. Maya's journalistic endeavors as associate online editor of the Mirror excite her as she navigates managing a website and editing articles.
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