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Delgado, Ivan

Ivan Delgado, Photo Editor

Ivan Delgado is a Senior Filmmaker, Photographer and Photo Editor for The Mirror. This is his third year in the program since he joined in the beginning of his sophomore year. His goal is to provide the best quality visuals for the newspaper and the website. He loves music, art and fashion. He looks forward to majoring in Filmmaking after he graduates.

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Dance teacher Reese Partida is walking her dog on school campus on November 13, 2020.

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Published February 8, 2021
Dance teacher Diane Hula is interacting with her students during her zoom 2nd period class on November 13, 2020.

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Published February 8, 2021
Dance teacher Diane finished teaching her dance piece to her zoom second period on November 13, 2020.

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Published February 8, 2021
History teacher Daniel Klain is using the promethean board to teach about the Forth Amendment in the Constitution during his zoom 2nd period class on November 13, 2020.

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Published November 13, 2020
Van Nuys businesses are participating in bordering up their buildings to avoid damages from unexpected protests on Election Day. (NOV 3, 2020)

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Published November 13, 2020
POST PROTECTION Post Office building is fenced to prevent damages to the property from unexpected protests in Van Nuys on Election Day. (NOV 3, 2020)

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Published November 13, 2020
JUST IN CASE Major stores boarded up their buildings early to prevent their inventory being looted in Fairfax on Election Day. (NOV 3, 2020)

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Published November 13, 2020
LEAVING EARLY Stores were closing early to border up the buildings and social activities were canceled in Fairfax on Election Day. (NOV 3, 2020)

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Published November 13, 2020
FAIRFAX DISTRICT Just like in Van Nuys, the majority of Fairfax stores were also bordered up to prevent looting from unexpected protests after the election. (NOV 3, 2020)

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Published November 13, 2020
BEVERLY HILLS BOARD UPS Workers are boarding up a store in Beverly Hills on Election Day. (NOV 3, 2020)

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Published November 13, 2020
ON ALERT Beverly Hills Police are guarding Rodeo Drive while also blocking the streets to avoid trespassing the area, according to one of the officers the purpose is to prevent looting incase of an unexpected protest after Election Day. (NOV 3, 2020)

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Published November 13, 2020
ROLLING UP RODEO DRIVE Famous Rodeo Drive shops and boutiques have been boarded up and closed to the public until further notice in Beverly Hills on Election Day.

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Published November 13, 2020
PROTECTING PROPERTY Workers started boarding up stores due to rumors that riots may spark up  in Beverly Hills after the election (NOV 3, 2020)

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Published November 13, 2020
A voter shows off his American Flag shirt to represent his proudness to vote under the name of democracy in Beverly Hills City Hall on Election Day. (NOV 3, 2020)

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Published November 13, 2020
Volunteers are helping first time voters to register while also providing masks, hand sanitizers and water for everyone in Beverly Hills City Hall on Election Day. (NOV 3, 2020)

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Published November 3, 2020
Entertainer is playing the national anthem with their bagpipe by the pole with the flags of the United States and California in West Hollywood on Election Day. (NOV 3, 2020)

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Published November 3, 2020
LAPD officer patrols Vesper Ave. while holding a shotgun loaded with rubber bullets on June 1st.

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Published November 3, 2020
LAPD officers prepare to take action against protestors to prevent violent escalation at Van Nuys City Hall on June 1, 2020.

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Published November 3, 2020
A photographer walks next to a line formed of police officers patrolling Van Nuys Blvd. during Black Lives Matter protest on June 1, 2020.

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Published November 3, 2020
Protestors put out a fire inside a trash can at Van Nuys Blvd. on June 1st.

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Published November 3, 2020
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Published November 3, 2020
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Published November 3, 2020
Protestors were handling water bottles or food at no charge during the Black Lives Matter protest in Van Nuys City Hall to keep attendees hydrated and fed on June 1, 2020.

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Published November 3, 2020
Protestor holds sign to show drivers the purpose of the Black Lives Matter protest at Van Nuys City Hall on June 1, 2020.

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Published November 3, 2020
Protestor wears the American Flag as a cape to represent his faith for the US to seek for a change at Van Nuys City Hall on June 1, 2020.

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Published November 3, 2020
Protestors cross Van Nuys Blvd. while preparing to block the street to gain awareness of Black Matters Protest on June 1st.

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Published November 3, 2020
Protesters block Van Nuys Blvd. to show support for Black Lives Matter on June 1,2020. While the demonstration began peacefully, a group of protesters began smashing windows of businesses along Van Nuys Blvd. around 4:35pm.

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Published November 3, 2020
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Published November 3, 2020
Protestors gather around EstrellaTV news reporter José Luis Muñoz while shouting Black Lives Matter chants to distract Muñoz from reporting the event and preventing the news outlet twisting the story according to an anonymous protestor at Van Nuys City Hall on June 1, 2020.

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Published November 3, 2020
Symbolizing support, love and passion Brandon Large and Emma Berman hold each other in a tight embrace. Legs wrapped around and hands tightly clasped as they portray The Giver.

Focus Episode 1: Brandon Large

Published May 28, 2020
ASB Holds Pep Rally for Winter Sports

ASB Holds Pep Rally for Winter Sports

Published January 26, 2020
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