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
Ani Tutunjyan

Ani Tutunjyan, Executive Editor & Print Editor-in-Chief

Ani Tutunjyan the Executive Editor and Print Editor-in-Chief for The Mirror. She joined the program in her freshman year as a Current Events writer and she is now in her fourth year of publication as a senior. Ani has won a number of regional and national awards for her News and Features writing. Outside of journalism, she is involved in TASSEL Cambodia and Operation Period. In her free time, she enjoys listening to music and cooking.  She would love to go to Italy to experience the rich history and beautiful architecture. Ani intends to major in law or journalism when she applies to colleges this fall.

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Backpack searches: A matter of security or a violation of student privacy?

PRO | CON: Backpack searches

Published March 3, 2022
Alberto Carvalho will step up as LAUSDs next superintendent with over a decade of experience under his belt.

Who is LAUSD’s new superintendent?

Published December 11, 2021
A new sheriff in town: After a decade of working as an administrator and an additional five years as a principal, Principal De Santiago is excited to use her prior experience to lead her staff and the rest of the student body.

PROFILE | New principal takes the reins

Published November 18, 2021
Mental health issues arising from the pandemic have made returning to in-person learning challenging for many students.

Stress sucks

Published November 15, 2021
Seniors wait in line in front of the big gym to take their SAT.

School administers SAT and PSAT/NMSQT

Published October 13, 2021
FOCUS | Student screen time rises

FOCUS | Student screen time rises

Published November 21, 2020
Students voice their opinions on their preferences for president.

The presidential war

Published October 31, 2020
Los Angeles Valley College will hold its annual college fest virtually to help students with the college admissions process.

Annual College Fest at LAVC approaching

Published September 11, 2020
How to Cope with Quarantine

How to Cope with Quarantine

Published April 6, 2020
Student Body Elections Postponed

Student Body Elections Postponed

Published March 30, 2020
The logo for the Western Association of Schools and Colleges.

WASC To Visit Campus

Published February 14, 2020
The First Gen Empowerment Project is holding financial literacy classes next week.

Money Managing 101

Published January 22, 2020
The new desks at Psychology teacher Mr. Jonathan Mitchells classroom.

New Year, New Furniture

Published January 15, 2020
Juul has been accused of advertising to teens.

LAUSD’s fight against Juul

Published December 4, 2019
Laying out the new
foundation, Emily Choi (above) and the rest of the Heart of Nature Club help shape the plot of land.

Gardening Against Climate Change

Published November 20, 2019
Volunteering to be part of the annual blood drive on Nov.19, 2019, Joshua Gonzalez, lays on the stretcher while waiting for blood to be drawn out of him.

ASB holds Fall Blood Drive

Published November 19, 2019
Modeled after the United Nations, MUN is a committee simulation.

Model UN at UC Berkeley

Published March 22, 2019
Unveiled: The Kerala nuns exploitation by the clergymen of the Catholic Church.

Sins of the Church

Published March 22, 2019
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