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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
The Los Angeles Times reported that a cybercriminal syndicate out of Russia has taken responsibility for hacking LAUSDs system, compromising passwords and other data.
Chaos continues as district tries to recover from systems hack
By Lindsay Han and Allison AntonioPublished Sep 11, 2022
Major outages continue a full week after the cyber attack that forced LAUSD to completely shut down all online systems as users attempt to reset passwords.
(left to right) Students Anthony Sanchez, Helen Sanabria, and Jaslene Fernandez use makeshift devices to cool down.
SoCal heat wave leaves students sweltering
By Baron Kim and Cristian MejiaPublished Sep 9, 2022

California, along with other red-hot states like Florida and Texas, is currently experiencing record-breaking temperatures. Van Nuys is inching...

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
Mr. Tony Cardenas comes to talk to students about how he became a Congressman, the issues he’s working on for the state and his advice for students of color who want to get involved in politics and represent the U.S.

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
As the Supreme Court grapples with the decision of one of the most hotly contested topics, it's important to remember how it will affect the individuals and what a overturning could mean for our generation.
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
Starting on May 16, all students will be required to download and show a digital ID to make the process of giving students tardy passes easier and more efficient.
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
Curb your water usage! As of June 1, Californians are being forced to comply with a mandatory reduction on water use or face consequences.
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Students and teachers get ready for exams at AP Camp
By Angelina Kanno, Staff Writer • Published Apr 23, 2022
Mock exams, practice problems and games are some highlights of the AP camp retreat taking place on campus over the weekend.
POSITIVE VIBES! While giving blood, a student holds up a peace sign.
All you need is blood
By Angelica Venturina, Print Editor-in-Chief • Published Mar 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 Mar 14, 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 Jan 28, 2022
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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 Jan 3, 2022
Members train for competitions during period four.
Academic Decathlon eyes regional competition for next big win
By Angelina Gevorgyan, Print Editor-in-Chief • Published Dec 16, 2021