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The Student News Site of Van Nuys High School

The Mirror

The Student News Site of Van Nuys High School

The Mirror

Van Nuys High School

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Sometimes, the best mistakes are those that the writing professionals make.

Quick Take
The humor in writing

The funniest mistakes in the English language are those hidden in plain sight.
By Daimler Koch, Staff WriterPublished Sep 30, 2022
The funniest mistakes in the English language are those hidden in plain sight.
Florence Pugh shines and Harry Styles whines as Olivia Wilde’s second directorial effort collapses in on itself.

Nothing to worry (or care) about here: Don’t Worry Darling Review

Olivia Wilde’s sophomore feature has become synonymous with blatantly unnecessary drama and divided speculation for the past couple months.
By Dashiell Dekker, Arts & Entertainment Co-EditorPublished Sep 30, 2022
Olivia Wilde’s sophomore feature has become synonymous with blatantly unnecessary drama and divided speculation for the past couple months.
Beyonces new album is equally masterful and bold.

Beyonce’s long awaited album “Renaissance” has fans everywhere feeling exhilarated

Beyonce has finally released her seventh album “Renaissance” on July 29, introducing a new groove and vibe she hoped fans would feel “as unique, strong, and sexy as you are.”
By Katrina Gomez, Arts & Entertainment EditorPublished Sep 28, 2022
Beyonce has finally released her seventh album “Renaissance” on July 29, introducing a new groove and vibe she hoped fans would feel “as unique, strong, and sexy as you are.”
To be your lawfully wedded topic Senior Lakshya Alagan happily marries her topic and commits to it for the rest of the year.

Love Prevails All! AP Research students marry their research topics

❑ PHOTO STORY | Let the wedding bells ring! AP Research students marry their chosen topics on Sept. 27-28, binding each student and topic for the rest of the school year.
By Beverly Regino, Creative DirectorPublished Sep 28, 2022
❑ PHOTO STORY | Let the wedding bells ring! AP Research students marry their chosen topics on Sept. 27-28.
Individuals anticipate approaching College Month events

Individuals anticipate approaching College Month events

The school’s staff has been preparing for a series of upcoming events beginning on Tuesday in commemoration of College Month.
By Angelica Venturina, Print Editor-in-ChiefPublished Sep 25, 2022
The school’s staff has been preparing for a series of upcoming events beginning on Tuesday in commemoration of College Month.
Same shift, different day: Clerks III review

Same shift, different day: Clerks III review

Kevin Smith’s swan song is equally somber and stupid.
By Dashiell Dekker, Arts & Entertainment Co-EditorPublished Sep 25, 2022
Kevin Smith’s swan song is equally somber and stupid.
Teaser art of “Splatoon 3”, commemorating the start of summer.  (Credit: Nintendo)

A new splash of ink: Splatoon 3 release takes the world by storm

Nintendo’s “Splatoon” does sequels right. Familiar, but still offering something fresh and exciting for fans.
By Alexis Martinez, Staff WriterPublished Sep 24, 2022
Nintendo’s “Splatoon” does sequels right. Familiar, but still offering something fresh and exciting for fans.
Writer’s block is a painful obstacle for any writer, standing in the way of good ideas and efficient progress

Quick Take
The silent struggle behind writing

COLUMNIST: Writer’s block is a curse to every writer’s mind – but it doesn’t have to be that way.
By Daimler Koch, Staff WriterPublished Sep 23, 2022
Writer’s block is a curse to every writer’s mind – but it doesn’t have to be that way.
Students from VNHS traveled to Washington, D.C. to attend the Washington Leadership Training Institute. They had the opportunity to interview 57 congressmen and women, as well as learning leadership skills, and the offering of career and technical classes.

Students fly to Washington D.C. for Skills USA training program

Students involved in Skills USA left for Washington, D.C. on Sept. 16 to attend the Washington Leadership Training Institute taking place from Sept. 17 to Sept. 21.
By Lindsay Han and Allison AntonioPublished Sep 21, 2022
Students involved in Skills USA left for Washington, D.C. on Sept. 16 to attend the Washington Leadership Training Institute taking place from Sept. 17 to Sept. 21.
The best shows on TV right now

The best shows on TV right now

The 74th Emmys Primetime Show recently premiered and with people now eying the awarded talents and series, it can be hard to decide, acclaimed or not, what shows to watch right now. The sheer amount of media currently streaming is so vast to the point of absurdity, which is why I’ve devised a list of some television shows (currently airing) worth your time.
By Dashiell Dekker, Arts & Entertainment Co-EditorPublished Sep 16, 2022
The 74th Emmys Primetime Show recently premiered and with people now eying the awarded talents and series, it can be hard to decide, acclaimed or not, what shows to watch right now. The sheer amount of media currently streaming is so vast to the point of absurdity, which is why I’ve devised a list of some television shows (currently airing) worth your time.
Another Year, Another Round: Key Club makes a return for another year to recruit more members. With pom-poms and high-visibility vests, members walked around the quad to lead students to their stand. Their club continues to be one of the most popular within the school.

ASB sets off one of the first events of the year with Club Rush

❑ PHOTO STORY | ASB hosts the first club event of the year at the quad during lunch on Thursday, Sept. 15 to give new and returning clubs an opportunity to recruit new members for the new school year.
By Beverly Regino, Creative DirectorPublished Sep 16, 2022
❑ PHOTO STORY | See the highlights of the first club rush of the year hosted by ASB during lunch on Thursday, Sept. 15.
FOOTBALL | The Wolves shutout the Sheiks; first win in five seasons

FOOTBALL | The Wolves shutout the Sheiks; first win in five seasons

The varsity football team won their first game in 3 years against the Hollywood Sheiks with a score of 7-0 on Sept. 9 at an away game. 
By Emely Arevalo, Staff WriterPublished Sep 13, 2022
The varsity football team won their first game in 3 years against the Hollywood Sheiks with a score of 7-0 on Sept. 9 at an away game. 
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