The Mirror

Orthorexia: When ‘Clean Eating’ Becomes Obsessive
LAUSD’s fight against Juul

December 4, 2019

LAUSD has filed a class-action lawsuit against e-cigarette industry leader Juul, saying students’ health is at risk.

Students celebrate Día de los Muertos with the Homecoming dance

November 4, 2019

The Associated Student Body hosted the annual Homecoming Dance on Saturday, Nov. 2. With over 950 students attending, this year's homecoming became the biggest school event ever.

The Unfortunate Reality of Vaping

October 30, 2019

E-cigarettes, the new fad for the youth, has taken a dark turn for this generation.

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King of the City Wrestling Tournament
Girls golf team wins league championship

November 22, 2019

The girls golf team took home the Valley 2 League Championship.

Homecoming: An End to a Sour Football Season

November 4, 2019

The football team continues their losing streak with the Homecoming game against Canoga Park on Friday, Nov. 1.

Girls Golf Takes it Home

November 4, 2019

The girls golf team has taken themselves to the next level.

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#MeToo Redemption Not Possible
Protect LGBTQ+ Employees
Stop ghosting, and start communicating
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Astroworld Festival 2019: A Crazy Experience
All day appreciation of the arts at the DTASC Fall Festival
The adventurous epics of the Mandalorian
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Good Morning Van Nuys!
Fighting Homelessness One Step At A Time

December 4, 2019

Senior student Ashley Kumar aims to put down stereotypes on the homeless through Instagram.

Gardening Against Climate Change

November 20, 2019

Heart of Nature, an environmentalist club, is building raised garden beds in hopes to involve students on campus.

ASB holds Fall Blood Drive

November 19, 2019

The annual Red Cross fall blood drive took place Tuesday, Nov. 19 in the small gym. The drive was hosted by the Associated Student Body (ASB). Students 16 or older who met the height and weight requirements donated blood to the organization. 

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Halloween: A Dying Tradition

Halloween: A Dying Tradition

October 30, 2019

Trick-or-treating is a longstanding American tradition. In recent years, however, this piece of American culture is slowly dying and we must save it.

Sins of the Church

Sins of the Church

March 22, 2019

Clergymen of the Catholic Church have been taking advantage of nuns and it is about time they stopped.

<b>Fool Me Once, Fool Me Twice</b>

Fool Me Once, Fool Me Twice

January 30, 2019

Three years ago, Donald J. Trump was elected president with an electoral majority of 304 votes and a 46.1 percent of the popular vote. But what did Trump have to offer with the presidential position?

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