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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

Lilit Aprahamian

Lilit Aprahamian, Marketing Manager

Singing, acting, and writing all serve as an entrance into the creative world, and a platform to creatively express my own words and thoughts in an articulated way. It is fascinating to see the flow within poetry, and to bring that artistic side wherever I go. The creative elements within greatly complement each other and have helped me discover who I am. As a new voice to journalism, I hope to bring this insight, as well as my other passions, to a wider audience through my featured writing. When aside from the stage, I drift my focus on volunteering and providing support for children with special needs. Currently, I am involved with Drama Club in my fourth year, now President, and am the Secretary of the Senior Board. I am also involved in the Choir Program as the Class Representative and am Secretary of the Improv Club.

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Junior Cenna Marie Falliciano and sophomore Dilan Patton preform a number from Bonnie and Clyde at the showcase.

They’re All that Jazz: Ms. Partida’s first period strikes again

Despite smaller than average numbers, Ms. Reesa Partida’s first period musical theater dance class once again produced a successful showcase.
By Lilit Aprahamian, Marketing Manager
May 30, 2024
Taking place on Feb. 9, the Love Songs Showcase featured a number of ballads about love and romance.

Love is in the air at the Love Songs Showcase

During the romantic season, students from the Choir Program performed solo pieces, adding onto the sweet, heartwarming feel of Valentine’s Day.
By Lilit Aprahamian, Marketing Manager
Feb 21, 2024
Jo Koy attempted to make the Golden Globes a little more lighthearted with his comedy. However, his insensitive and misogynistic comments about Barbie leave a lot to be desired.

Jo Koy’s Golden Globes speech casts a shadow over modern feminism

Golden Globes host Jo Koy gave a controversial monologue during the Golden Globes about “Barbie” that marginalizes the equitable ideals the movie's themes are based upon.
By Lilit Aprahamian, Marketing Manager
Jan 24, 2024
While visiting Urth, my friends and I took photos of our orders to capture the aesthetic, earthy feel of the restaurant. A few menu options featured are the Margherita Pizza, Panini El Diablo, and a refreshing strawberry smoothie. THE MIRROR | LILIT APRAHAMIAN

Restaurant review: Aesthetics brought down to Urth Caffe

This must-visit cafe greets guests with a delightful combination of appetizing dishes and a welcoming atmosphere
By Lilit Aprahamian, Marketing Manager
Jan 19, 2024
Top five holiday songs to get you into the Christmas spirit

Top five holiday songs to get you into the Christmas spirit

Whether listening through the radio or music platforms like Spotify, music listeners are eager to find the best holiday songs. Here’s a playlist that will simplify your search during this merry season.
By Lilit Aprahamian, Marketing Manager
Dec 7, 2023
Ami Singer (10th) unexpectedly calls her grandma on stage in an emotional serenade.

Solo Showcase strikes a chord with its audience

The second Solo Showcase allowed students beyond the Choir Program to express themselves through the art of singing on the Donna Hubbard Stage.
By Lilit Aprahamian, Marketing Manager
Nov 21, 2023
With the rising academic pressure being placed on them, teenagers are facing record-high amounts of anxiety and depression. They may be able to find some relief, however, by expressing themselves artistically.

For teens, art can be the escape from mental health woes

Teens are grappling with toxic perfectionism from school far more now than ever. Artistic expression is the answer to this problem.
By Lilit Aprahamian, Marketing Manager
Oct 27, 2023
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