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Orthorexia: When ‘Clean Eating’ Becomes Obsessive

Orthorexia: When ‘Clean Eating’ Becomes Obsessive

By Pamela Serrano

December 4, 2019

Orthorexia nervosa is a condition characterized by an obsessive behavior in pursuit of a healthy diet.

LAUSD’s fight against Juul

LAUSD’s fight against Juul

By Ani Tutunjyan, Staff Writer

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

Students celebrate Día de los Muertos with the Homecoming dance

By Mhar Tenorio and Ani Tutunjyan

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

The Unfortunate Reality of Vaping

By Dhamara Gomez and Pilar Sims

October 30, 2019

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

Senior Board hosts the second annual Wolves Talk

Senior Board hosts the second annual Wolves Talk

By Seungyoun Kim, Print Layout Editor

October 23, 2019

Similar to a TedTalk, the Wolves Talk gives students a chance to speak out their opinions on topical issues.

The Mirror Continues Award-Winning Streak

The Mirror Continues Award-Winning Streak

By Ani Tutunjyan, Staff Writer

October 22, 2019

Four journalism students received awards at the California State University, Northridge Journalism Day Write-off competition on Saturday, Oct. 19.

The Mirror Receives National Recognition in 36th Gold Circle Awards

The Mirror Receives National Recognition in 36th Gold Circle Awards

By Ani Tutunjyan, Staff Writer

October 22, 2019

The Mirror furthers their list of recognition with eight more awards from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association’s (CSPA) 36th Gold Circle Awards program.

UTLA protests against LAUSD’s decisions during the Saddleridge Brush Fire

UTLA protests against LAUSD’s decisions during the Saddleridge Brush Fire

By Mhar Tenorio and Ani Tutunjyan

October 15, 2019

LAUSD's decision to open all schools on Monday, Oct. 15 after the Saddleridge Brush Fire has been met with opposition from United Teachers Los Angeles.

New Law Will Require California High Schools to Start Later

New Law Will Require California High Schools to Start Later

By Ani Tutunjyan and Mhar Tenorio

October 15, 2019

California becomes the first state in the nation to mandate later start times for middle schools and high schools as Gov. Gavin Newsom signs SB 328.

The Continuous Homecoming Controversy: Día de los Muertos

The Continuous Homecoming Controversy: Día de los Muertos

By Noelle Copeland and Josselyn Ramos

October 10, 2019

The theme for this year's homecoming—Día de los Muertos—creates a divide among students and staff.

California Scholarship Federation Members Announced

California Scholarship Federation Members Announced

By Ani Tutunjyan, Staff Writer

October 4, 2019

92 students qualified as members of the California Scholarship Federation (CSF) for Fall 2019.

The Preliminary SAT is Fast Approaching

The Preliminary SAT is Fast Approaching

By Rozalynn Casillas, Staff Writer

October 1, 2019

The PSAT will be administered on Wednesday, October 16.