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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

Quinn Hutchison: The youngest history teacher you’ve ever had.
Quinn Hutchison: The youngest history teacher you’ve ever had.
By Madison Thacker, Arts/Entertainment Editor • Jun 16, 2024
Just by looking at the picture, you already know him. This kid doesn’t just explain, but makes, history.
For decades, Black actors have fought to be paid the same wages as their white counterparts. Viola Davis, Angela Bassset, and Taraij P. Henderson are just some of the few actors of color that have recieved unequal compensation.
Wake up Hollywood: The racial wage gap is real
By Max Sandoval, Staff • Jun 8, 2024

Walking into UCLA’s Royce Hall and looking around at his coworkers, it became apparent to technical theatre professional and now teacher Ron...

 Hard-hitting lyrics and soft melodies: Billie Eilishs new studio album
Hard-hitting lyrics and soft melodies: Billie Eilish's new studio album
By Mia Rodriguez and Roxana Vasquez Jun 8, 2024
In Billie Eilish’s new album, “HIT ME HARD AND SOFT”, she gives a quality, cohesive and immersive listening experience to her audience.

The exterior of the Kia Forum in Inglewood, California shines with a projection of the new logo of the legendary grunge band.
A “Ten out of Ten”
By Adrianna Bean, Staff • Jun 7, 2024
Pearl Jam’s Dark Matter World Tour shines a light at the Kia Forum in Los Angeles
CLASSICAL CONCENTRATION Even though many teenagers dismiss casually reading literature, reading these novels stimulates the mind far more than any movie.
Retro reads: They’re called classics for a reason
By Abigail Kim, Staff • Jun 1, 2024
Readers of classical literature believe it contains educational elements missing from modern works. Studies have also shown that reading classic novels may strengthen cognitive abilities and reduce age-related cognitive decline.
Three things to do this weekend when you’re not studying for finals
Three things to do this weekend when you’re not studying for finals
By Madison Thacker, Arts/Entertainment Editor • May 31, 2024
Between senior events like graduation and Grad Night, and the ever-looming finals, make sure to take some time this weekend to rest and recharge.
Roughly 55% of students choose to listen to music while studying. 26% of those choose to listen to classical music or instrumental tracks.
Headphones in, grades up: The musical secret to academic success
By Madison Thacker, Arts/Entertainment Editor • May 30, 2024
Many students have been finding music is helping them get their work done, and studies are proving this true.
BLOODY BALLADS Sweeney Todd, played by Julian Pankowski, at the opening of the musical.
Blood, Sweat, and Tears: "Sweeney Todd"
By Madison Thacker, Arts/Entertainment Editor • May 29, 2024
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Find out which MItski song best represents you!
Which Mitski song are you?
By Maya Diaz, Associate Online Editor-in-Chief • May 18, 2024
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