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The Mirror

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The student website of Van Nuys High School
Van Nuys, California
The Student News Site of Van Nuys High School

The Mirror

The Student News Site of Van Nuys High School

The Mirror

Offering ASL (American SIgn Language) to more schools would help bring in more diverse language credit options to students who are interested in learning.
Sign me up!
By Val Arias, Social Media Editor • May 21, 2024
American Sign Language is a step towards inclusion and variety that schools should be offering.
Despite plans being made more than 15 years ago for campus updates, 110-year-old Van Nuys High School continues to lag behind other LAUSD schools  in receiving necessary improvements while neighboring schools undergo modernization.
Aging infrastructure: The urgency for overdue renovations in LA schools
By Delmis Vaquerano, Staff • May 20, 2024
Several schools, including Van Nuys, face significant challenges in improving infrastructure. Not doing so risks failing to meet the basic needs of students and staff and hindering academic achievement.
The Mirror earns seven finalist spots from the L.A. Press Clubs SoCal 66th Annual Awards
The Mirror earns seven finalist spots from the L.A. Press Club's SoCal 66th Annual Awards
By Abigail Kim, Staff • May 19, 2024
The Mirror The Mirror is a finalist in seven categories in the L.A. Press Club’s SoCal 66th Annual Awards, contending for top website against the Hollywood Reporter and Variety.

Dive into the looks shown on Tiktok for this years prom!
Prom 2024: What’s in style
By Lindsay Han, Staff • May 17, 2024
Discover the current trends in prom dress fashion to ensure you're dressed to impress on your big night!
How are the AP exams?
How are the AP exams?
By Jalyn Bautista and Daimler Koch May 14, 2024
AP exams represent the crux of stress and fortitude for many students across the nation. We go around checking up on AP students, and see how they are faring under the extra pressure.
Ms. Byrne is the current Director of the Fire and Ice Pomeranians, her own dog Kennel, through which she breeds and exhibits American Kennel Club Grand Champion and Champion Colored Pomeranians.
Doing the impawsible
By Olamide Olumide, Mia Ramirez, and Delmis Vaquerano May 9, 2024
Special education teacher and dog breeder Ms. Karin Bryne hits a milestone achievement, with three of her dogs being invited to compete in the prestigious event.
Junior Kerra Bae and the production crew of Sincerely, Lost review footage from their previous shoot. The film follows a young boy, Peter Davis, and an elderly man, Charles Wilson, as they tackle hardships together.
Capturing the value of intergenerational friendship in a short film
By Skylie Molina, Staff • May 7, 2024
Students in the digital media program, like the production crew of "Sincerely, Lost," work on short films that will debut May 30 and June 1.
From L to R: Jake Champana, Reynold Finnegan, Dwayne Famenia, Jasmine Varkey, Yanitzy Alatorre, Jaima Murshed and Adrianna Bean (and Diego Serrano, not present in the photo) make up this year’s award winning VNHS JSA Speech and Debate team, taking home seven Best Speaker gavels.
Chasing championships: JSA
By Adrianna Bean, Staff • Apr 11, 2024
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From L to R: Sports Editor Isabel Valles, Opinion Editor Joel Nam, Design/Layout Editor Brianna Alvarado, Online Editor-in-Chief Daimler Koch, Arts and Entertainment Editor Madison Thacker, Executive Editor Angelina Gevorgyan and News/Features staff writer Delmis Vaquerano prepare to write their wills shortly before taking off on Spirit Airlines. They celebrate the newspapers Best of Show award, landing in first place among hundreds of other high school newspapers from across the country.
Chasing championships: The Mirror
By Daimler Koch, Online Editor-in-Chief • Apr 9, 2024
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