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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

Ethan Rhoda and Adriana Acevedo started the Tech Theatre Club.

Club rush stirs up excitement on the quad

By Mia Ramirez and Olamide Olumide Aug 31, 2023
New and returning clubs set up tables on the quad in an effort to attract new members.
Van Nuys High School is offering college-level finance courses which will start this semester.

Dual enrollment program allows students to take college-level finance classes

By Mia Ramirez, Staff Aug 22, 2023
Van Nuys High School is offering a dual enrollment program that will allow students to receive a certificate in banking and finance.
History Teacher Aditi Doshi shares her love of African American history through, decorations, books written by black authors, and merchandise in the likeness of black historical figures. She is seen holding a Barbie doll of Ida B. Wells.

Highlighting history: AP African American Studies

By Lindsay Han, Staff Jun 7, 2023
The College Board's newly launched Advanced Placement course in African American Studies has sparked nationwide controversy.
Senior and captain Alyssa Islas poses after her game to celebrate senior night.

Setters do it better with Alyssa Islas

By Selma Timpers, Sports Editor Dec 6, 2022
Senior Alyssa Islas talks about her volleyball journey, goals for the future, and experiences with her teams.
With deadlines approaching faster than you can say application

Last-minute college app tips: Advice from a former application evaluator

By Zachary Skolnick Nov 14, 2022
As the deadline to submit college applications looms right around the corner, seniors are faced with the question of what college admissions officers are looking for in a potential student.
For some students, the FAFSA can provide big amount of money and sometimes full-rides to whatever school they are attending.

FAFSA workshop provides $1000 incentive to interested students

By Nathan Han, Online Editor-in-Chief Jan 28, 2022
The meeting, hosted by the college office, will take place over zoom on Jan. 29 from 9 to 1 p.m.
The senior assembly for students and parents took place entirely on Zoom.

Important dates revealed for Prom, Grad Night and Graduation

By Nathan Han, Online Editor-in-Chief Oct 31, 2021
Senior Board spoke at the meeting to share how they would be raising funds for the class of 2022 to celebrate their events.
Picking the right colleges to apply to can be rough so every school has a brochure giving you details on why their program is the best pick.

College: Tips and tricks for getting applications done

By Jazlyn Xocoxic Nov 20, 2020
Here are some tricks and tips to get into the completing application zone.
Students Bella Thomas and Julian Berger may face college loan discrimination.

Could where you go to college come back to bite you when you graduate?

By Mhar Tenorio and Stephanie Caceres Mar 18, 2020
Loans firms may be discriminating against students attending Historically Black College and University and Hispanic Serving Institutions by increasing their fees and interest rates.
Finishing up the last of her 20 AP classes and final semester, Luciana Soria-Robles is considering a possible future at
Yale, where she has
been accepted as a
freshman.

From the Hallways of Van Nuys to the Corridors of Yale

By Ani Tutunjyan, Executive Editor & Print Editor-in-Chief Mar 17, 2020
Luciana Soria-Robles joins the Yale Class of 2024.
Ms. Charlton, the college counselor, is ready to help students prepare for the college admissions process.

Assisting the College Application Process

By Ani Tutunjyan, Executive Editor & Print Editor-in-Chief Sep 18, 2019
With college application deadlines approaching, seniors can approach Ms. Charlton, the college counselor, for further assistance in the process.
Picking the right colleges to apply to can be rough so every school has a brochure giving you details on why their program is the best pick.

10th Annual College Fest at LAVC

By Mhar Tenorio, Noelle Copeland, and Josselyn Ramos Sep 16, 2019
The Los Angeles Valley College held its 10th annual College Fest on Saturday, Sept. 14.
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