The Mirror

AT A LOSS Many Armenians feel disappointed and angry after losing centuries-old cultural lands.
When Armenians needed you most, you stood in silence
By Ani Tutunjyan, Print Editor-in-Chief • Published November 9, 2020
The Nagorno-Karabakh War came to a painful end for Armenians who fought to save their historical lands.
Billboard in Armenia
The Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict: Enough is enough
By Arman BadikyanPublished November 2, 2020
A father and son fight for their home country.
Students voice their opinions on their preferences for president.
The presidential war
By Ani Tutunjyan, Print Editor-in-Chief • Published October 31, 2020
Voters must decide who they want to lead our country in 2020
Music has had a powerful impact on peoples life choices.
Musical mayhem
By Felipe Rodriguez, Staff Writer • Published October 20, 2020
The music I consumed turned me into someone I didn’t recognize. Changing my music taste made me change my behavior. Will you do the same?
Gavin Newsom speaking during a news conference
SB 145: anti-discriminatory bill is not a gateway to pedophilia
By Gwen Langi, Pro & Con Editor • Published October 16, 2020
SB 145- a bill hoping to end an old, outdated California law- is put in the middle of a fiery debate.