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
Getting gifts is a way to show friends and family love during a specific time of the year.
Receiving gifts warms my heart
By Julianna Macfarlane, Staff Writer • Published December 23, 2021
The reaction of the receivers makes the whole process satisfying and joyful.
Giving gifts is my favorite part of the holidays
By Kimberly Luna, Staff Writer • Published December 23, 2021
The sign at the Auschwitz concentration camp remains the show the fate of so many victims that entered.
No Texas, there are not two sides to the Holocaust
By Dakota Threats, Opinion Editor • Published December 15, 2021
YouTuber Shane Dawson has been involved in numerous scandals during recent years. His apology video in June 2020 has over 20 million views.
Keep cancel culture alive
By Julianna Macfarlane, Staff Writer • Published December 9, 2021
In recent years, shopping at thrift shops has become a favorite hobby among those interested in fashion.
Finding your style 101
By Nathan Han, Online Editor-in-Chief • Published December 6, 2021
Prevalent across the internet and social media, those against canceling argue that it is not a tool for advocacy.
There is no justification for canceling people
By Kimberly Luna, Staff Writer • Published November 28, 2021
PUFFS: Jude Struble and Edgar Munoz are seen wearing transparent masks during their performance.
Actors should not be required to wear masks on stage
By Kimberly Luna, Staff Writer • Published November 22, 2021
BTS has enjoyed a rise in success with multiple number one hits on the Billboard charts.
K-pop music doesn't deserve your hate
By Julianna Macfarlane, Staff Writer • Published November 18, 2021
All of your hard work over the past four years comes down to this final stretch.
College application season is stressing me out
By Julianna Macfarlane, Staff Writer • Published November 4, 2021
Freedom of self expression! Students pleased with dress code changes.
Changes in dress code are a sign of progressiveness
By Julianna Macfarlane, Staff Writer • Published October 31, 2021
There are two sides to this debate. Decide whether to stay at home and decorate your house for others or head into the action.
Too old to trick-or-treat?
By Kyrillos Mina, Staff Writer • Published October 28, 2021
Cross country and track arent as popular as football. They never will be, but I believe that these sports require a lot of skill too and deserve much more recognition than they receive.
Running sports should not be underrated
By Kyrillos Mina, Staff Writer • Published October 20, 2021
7 Hispanic nations celebrate their independence days during this month.
Hispanic Heritage Month: Why I am proud to be Mexican
By Mereline Perez, Staff Writer • Published October 5, 2021
Ouch! A person is awaiting her jab of the covid-19 vaccine.
Do students & faculty agree with mandatory vaccines?
By Shaan Bhatia, Online Editor-in-Chief • Published September 11, 2021
My cell phone took over my life. I had to change.
By Gwen Langi, Pro & Con Editor • Published June 29, 2021
I am a junior, yet I have never been on campus.
By Shaan Bhatia, Online Editor-in-Chief • Published June 9, 2021
A quick fix in your closet
By Felipe Rodriguez, Staff Writer • Published May 4, 2021
One step closer to normal
By Shaan Bhatia, Online Editor-in-Chief • Published April 7, 2021
SB793 needs to happen
By Felipe Rodriguez, Staff Writer • Published February 19, 2021
Pro-Con: from Snapchat to Supreme Court
By Felipe Rodriguez, Staff Writer • Published February 8, 2021
It’s out with the old and in with the new
By Gwen Langi, Pro & Con Editor • Published January 20, 2021
A vote for Trump means...
By Shaan Bhatia, Online Editor-in-Chief • Published November 17, 2020
Crazy covid customers demand to speak to the manager
By Adriana Contreras, Staff Writer • Published November 10, 2020