The Student News Site of Van Nuys High School

The Mirror

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
People have been protesting across the nation in support of or to try and ban Roe v. Wade. Protesters were in the Van Nuys Courthouse recently.
The abortion law dividing America
By Kimberly Luna, Staff Writer • Published May 19, 2022
The new system is being used to aid students that need tardy passes.
New digital ID system will implement tardy passes
By Angelica Venturina and Angelina GevorgyanPublished May 16, 2022
In order to save water, some experts suggest planting drought tolerant plants in gardens.
California is in its most extreme drought in 126 years
By Shaan Bhatia, Online Editor-in-Chief • Published May 9, 2022
study
Students and teachers get ready for exams at AP Camp
By Angelina Kanno, Staff Writer • Published April 23, 2022
POSITIVE VIBES! While giving blood, a student holds up a peace sign.
All you need is blood
By Angelica Venturina, Current Events/Features Editor • Published March 17, 2022
Black history is often taught in condensed form, being just a chapter in a U.S. history book and almost always only about slavery. Nothing more is required by the curriculum.
Teaching black history
By Nathan Han, Online Editor-in-Chief • Published March 14, 2022
The last big change to the SAT came in 2016 when the College Board made changes to the content, format, and scoring of the test.
A new era: The SAT goes digital
By Angelica Venturina and Angelina GevorgyanPublished March 7, 2022
Jersey Vargas has previously submitted art to the journalism newspaper and has even worked on print issues.
Senior artist wins Magnet Schools of America competition
By Allison Antonio and Nathan HanPublished January 28, 2022
For some students, the FAFSA can provide big amount of money and sometimes full-rides to whatever school they are attending.
FAFSA workshop provides $1000 incentive to interested students
By Nathan Han, Online Editor-in-Chief • Published January 28, 2022
On Jan. 12, Librarian Ms. Osman, Principal De Santiago, Assistant Principal Ms. Keller and Period 1 Library Aid Dana Shegolevsky receive a grant from 7/11. Three employees from 7/11 were also in attendance, bringing along freshly baked cookies and drinks for the office staff.
Money, money, money: The library receives a $711 donation from 7/11
By Emma Salehi, Staff Writer • Published January 14, 2022
Before turning the page, we reflect on the stories that affected us the most.
The Mirror 2021 | Top Stories
By Shaan Bhatia, Online Editor-in-Chief • Published January 3, 2022
Members train for competitions during period four.
Academic Decathlon eyes regional competition for next big win
By Angelina Gevorgyan, Current Events/Features Editor • Published December 16, 2021
Make sure to study! Students will have two finals everyday for three days!
The final stretch of the semester
By Shaan Bhatia and Angelina KannoPublished December 15, 2021
Cancel culture debate: Can you separate art from the artist?
Cancel culture debate: Can you separate art from the artist?
By Nathan Han, Online Editor-in-Chief • Published December 13, 2021
Who is LAUSD’s new superintendent?
By Ani Tutunjyan, Executive Editor & Print Editor-in-Chief • Published December 11, 2021
LAUSD may push back deadline for student covid vaccinations to fall 2022
By Ani Tutunjyan, Executive Editor & Print Editor-in-Chief • Published December 11, 2021
500 LAUSD employees laid off after refusing to get vaccinated
By Shaan Bhatia, Online Editor-in-Chief • Published December 10, 2021
Omicron: The newest covid-19 variant
By Shaan Bhatia, Online Editor-in-Chief • Published December 10, 2021
Students stay at home amid arson threat made by Instagram Account
By Ani Tutunjyan, Executive Editor & Print Editor-in-Chief • Published December 3, 2021
ASB seeks donations for a local food pantry
By Nathan Han, Online Editor-in-Chief • Published December 3, 2021
ASB hosts the first freshmen event of the year
By Isabella Thomas, Staff Photographer • Published November 22, 2021
Covid vaccinations required for in-person learning next semester
By Shaan Bhatia, Online Editor-in-Chief • Published November 19, 2021