The Mirror

Cover Up!

Cover Up!

By Gwen Langi

October 11, 2019

School dress codes are making students look like the bad guys.

For The People or For The Wall?

For The People or For The Wall?

By Adriana Contreras

October 4, 2019

President Donald Trump knows no limits when it comes to raising funds for his wall, going as far as taking money from struggling families

Senior Assembly

Senior Assembly

By Saahil Gaur

October 4, 2019

The Senior Class is Gathered to Find Out How Their Year is Planned Out So Far

What Is Educare?

What Is Educare?

By Michelle Ramirez, Staff Writer

May 14, 2019

You’ve most likely heard them speak in the morning announcements and open up booths across campus. They are constantly adding a positive vibe to the school’s atmosphere and sending empowering messages across campus. They are Educare.

Please, No Kissing In Public.

Please, No Kissing In Public.

By Holden Mandell, Opinion Editor

May 8, 2019

Making out in public and groping each other is disgusting, disrespectful and demeaning.

Do Paparazzi Know their Limits?

Do Paparazzi Know their Limits?

By Michelle Ramirez, Staff Writer

April 3, 2019

Celebrities are aware of the constant attention given to them as a result of fame. Videos and pictures are taken on their every move, leaving them with no privacy—only fear

Vaccinate Your Kids

Vaccinate Your Kids

By Gwen Langi, Staff Writer

March 29, 2019

Diseases targeting children make a comeback as antivaxxers continue to resist immunization.

Sins of the Church

Sins of the Church

By Ani Tutunjyan, News Editor

March 22, 2019

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

Slandered By The Media

<b>Slandered By The Media</b>

By Stephane Mita

March 13, 2019

There has never been a better example of widening political divisions than the recent controversy over the kids of Covington Catholic High School.

Fool Me Once, Fool Me Twice

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

By Stefanie Tyo, Layout Editor

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?

Pick Up A Book

<b>Pick Up A Book</b>

By Seungyoun Kim

January 11, 2019

Though reading is a very casual sort of entertainment, the decline of casual readers and the increase of digital entertainment can have a dangerous impact on people in later life.

Can We End Homelessness in America?

<b>Can We End Homelessness in America?</b>

By Pilar Sims, Editor in Chief

November 13, 2018

Ever wonder how we might be able to help fix the problem of homelessness in America?