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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

Yonder Coffee: a must-visit cafe in the valley
Yonder Coffee: a must-visit cafe in the valley
By Katrina Gomez, Arts & Entertainment Editor • Published Nov 18, 2022
This modern and slightly hidden cafe serves great coffee and provides an amazing atmosphere to relax and study.
Individuals anticipate approaching College Month events
Individuals anticipate approaching College Month events
By Angelica Venturina, Print Editor-in-Chief • Published Sep 25, 2022
The school’s staff has been preparing for a series of upcoming events beginning on Tuesday in commemoration of College Month.
Students from VNHS traveled to Washington, D.C. to attend the Washington Leadership Training Institute. They had the opportunity to interview 57 congressmen and women, as well as learning leadership skills, and the offering of career and technical classes.
Students fly to Washington D.C. for Skills USA training program
By Lindsay Han and Allison AntonioPublished Sep 21, 2022
Students involved in Skills USA left for Washington, D.C. on Sept. 16 to attend the Washington Leadership Training Institute taking place from Sept. 17 to Sept. 21.

ASB hosts the very first pep rally on Friday, Aug 26 during lunch in the Quad area to announce the start of the football season. While  marching band was not able to perform, the cheer team and student body showed up to show support for the Wolves.
The Wolves are back ready to attack
By Angelica Venturina, Angelina Gevorgyan, and Baron KimPublished Aug 27, 2022
The 2022-2023 football season has kicked off with the first pep rally of the school year
Somewhere over the Rainbow: Waterfalls are a popular sight in Yosemite National Parks, however, they can’t be accessed up close without hiking at least one mile from the parking lot.
California Adventure: The Ultimate Guide to Famous Places and Secret Spots
By Beverly Regino, Creative Director • Published Jun 8, 2022
The Do's and Don'ts to some of California's popular spots and a guide for a cost-efficient trip.
Devin Lautrette has been practicing and having fun with his kendama since he was 12.
The kendama toy became his passion
By Diana Zalmanov, Staff Writer • Published Jun 2, 2022
For junior Devin Lautrette, it’s not about how many he owns but how many tricks he can do with just one.
Since 1996, Mr. Michael Watson has been a familiar face on campus. After the 2021-22 school year, he is set to retire.
5 MINUTES WITH…
Social Science Teacher Mr. Michael Watson
By Emma Salehi, Staff Writer • Published Jun 2, 2022
Mr. Michael Watson talks about what he’d do if he won the lottery, his go-to outfits and the best advice he’s received.
5 MINUTES WITH… Science Teacher Ms. Diana Fuhrman
5 MINUTES WITH…
Science Teacher Ms. Diana Fuhrman
By Allison Antonio, News/Features Editor • Published May 23, 2022
Max Kalvan appears next to a tank.
Remembering Dunkirk in 2022
By Angelina Kanno, Staff Writer • Published May 12, 2022
Teaching all things Spanish! From credit recovery to AP courses, Ms. Maricela Garcia does it all!
5 MINUTES WITH…
Spanish Teacher Ms. Maricela Garcia
By Rosendo Rubalcava, Current Events/Features Staff Writer • Published May 9, 2022
Recently performing in the school production of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, KC-Jordan is aspiring an aspiring actress interested in a career in musical theater.
5 MINUTES WITH…
Theater Student Madeline KC-Jordan
By Diana Zalmanov, Staff Writer • Published Apr 21, 2022
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Ms. Wallace has had quite the interesting journey...from a major in finance to teaching!
5 MINUTES WITH…
English Teacher Ms. Samantha Wallace
By Allison Antonio, News/Features Editor • Published Apr 4, 2022
Csarina reflects on her highschool experience.
Wasting Recess | Episode 11 : Senior Dilemma
By Csarina Jarencio, Podcast/Social Media Editor • Published Mar 30, 2022
Biology teacher Peggy Shim speaking to Superintendent Beutner about the difficulties of online schooling. She is relieved to see students in her classroom again.
Ms. Peggy Shim has teaching in her DNA
By Diana Zalmanov, Staff Writer • Published Mar 24, 2022