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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

California declared in state of emergency as rare rain storms leave 12 dead and 120,000 without power
California declared in state of emergency as rare rain storms leave 12 dead and 120,000 without power
By Olamide Olumide, Staff Writer • Published Jan 13, 2023
President Biden issued a State of Emergency warning for California earlier this week due to the rain.
Students and parents alike battle heavy rain during rush hour mornings.
Heavy rain leads to colossal crashes
By Olamide Olumide, Staff Writer • Published Jan 9, 2023
Every winter, car accidents in California take a drastic increase because of the rainy weather.
RSV. Flu. Covid. What to know as we enter this ‘tripledemic’ holiday season
RSV. Flu. Covid. What to know as we enter this ‘tripledemic’ holiday season
By Zachary Skolnick, Staff Writer • Published Dec 13, 2022
With growing reports of the respiratory virus RSV in young children, Flu season just beginning, and COVID-19 cases on the rise, we are experiencing the threat of a ‘tripledemic.’

LAPD officers were spotted in the main building hall shorty after the incident occurred.
Back-to-back school lockdowns shed light on Van Nuys campus safety
By Zachary Skolnick, Staff Writer • Published Dec 9, 2022
On Friday, Dec. 9, Van Nuys High School went into lockdown for a total of two times. The first lockdown occurred during the 4th period and then the second during the 5th period.
Potential suspects put their hands above their heads in front of St. Elisabeth Church.
2 teens stabbed outside Van Nuys High School
By Lindsay Han and Zachary SkolnickPublished Dec 7, 2022
At around 4:19 p.m. on Dec. 7th, authorities received a call about a stabbing that took place right outside of Van Nuys High School.
Firefighters and policemen rushed to the scene on Thursday, and later searched the middle school for any unaccounted victims and found none.
10 students suffer suspected overdoses at Van Nuys Middle School
By Zachary Skolnick, Staff Writer • Published Dec 2, 2022
LAUSD is sitting on a ticking time bomb as they bounce back from yet another drug incident.
Los Angeles Fire Department firefighters dressed in full turnout gear enter Van Nuys High School as the school’s fire alarms continue to blare on and off.
Fire alarm madness
By Zachary Skolnick, Staff Writer • Published Dec 1, 2022
Late in the school day, students and staff were interrupted by the fire alarm going off constantly. The alarm was triggered from a pull station in either the small or the big gym. LAFD as well as LAUSD electricians arrived at the school to address the issue.
Muslim women share their experiences with hijabs
Freedom or force: The divide over hijabs
By Lindsay Han, News/Features Co-Editor • Published Nov 8, 2022
Concheros dancers make their way to the victory stand, ready to perform and excite!
Honoring the dead with a lively celebration
By Olamide Olumide, Staff Writer • Published Nov 5, 2022
The school recently installed menstrual product dispensers in many of the girls’ bathrooms. However many notice that these dispensers are always empty, it is still a step closer to free menstrual products for women.
A new addition: free menstrual products
By Mia Ramirez, Staff Writer • Published Oct 26, 2022
Administrators supervise the area as the conflict is swiftly dealt with by other faculty.
Re-restorative action against conflicts on campus
By Olamide Olumide, Staff Writer • Published Oct 22, 2022
Fentanyl can be 50 to 100 times stronger than morphine or heroin, making it extremely deadly.
New killer on campus: Fentanyl
By Zachary Skolnick, Staff Writer • Published Sep 27, 2022
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POLITICS | Congressman Tony Cardenas speaks to economic and government students
POLITICS | Congressman Tony Cardenas speaks to economic and government students
By Rosendo Rubalcava, Current Events/Features Staff Writer • Published May 20, 2022
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