Red and Gold turns Brown

Breanna Huynh  Feature Editor An interview with 2022 valedictorian: Kaley Newlin        As the school year is coming to an end and the class of 2022 are preparing to get on with their lives, we reflect on our accomplishments, memories, and lessons learned during our time at Mission.       With there being

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Girls Softball Are CIF Champions!

Sofia Araujo Staff Writer       12 time league winners have gone on once again to take their 13th league title…      Diablo Girls Softball took their 13th league title, continuing their two year long win streak. The varsity team scored a total of 39 runs this season, over the span of 6

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Advice from the Class of 2022

Brooklyn Baggett Co-Editor in Chief The high school experience of our graduating seniors and other classes is nowhere near ordinary.      As a graduating senior at MVHS, I can attest to the ups and downs of possibly the strangest universal high school experience ever. For the classes of 2020 to 2024,

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Confirmation Bias – The Bias in Each of Us

Brooklyn Baggett Co-Editor in Chief It’s true that a lot of the time we hear what we want to hear, but this makes for a dangerous situation where our “facts” are clouded by opinions.      When you think of “bias,” you may be thinking of large news publications that put out

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I BE Doing IB For What Reasons

Breanna Huynh Feature Editor An inside look on whether or not the IB program is worth it.        There are many things in life that can ruin one’s high school experience. This may be trauma, mental illness, or a death of a loved one. However, ask some current IB student at

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Mello Out

Jim Marsoobian Opinion Editor Long-time beloved PE and Health teacher, Mrs. Mello retires from Mission Viejo High School.      2003: the year of Finding Nemo, Juicy tracksuits, and Beyoncé’s Crazy in Love. It was also the first year that our very own Mrs. Mello began teaching here at Mission Viejo High

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Bring Back Water Fountains

Jason Hatfield Entertainment Editor     Life at Mission Viejo High School is not too bad for the most part. Sure, the American education system has its fair share of problems that run deep and are ingrained in our way of life as students, but there’s nothing outright wrong with Mission specifically.

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Dr. Strange in The Multiverse of Madness: More Fanfare Than Film?

Judd Karn Online Editor The new Marvel film feels incomplete, like “things just go out of hand” in the Marvel universe, having to deal with too many creative constraints that come with being a MCU movie. Credit: The Mary Sue      Initially going into this movie I thought it was going

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My ADHD Diagnosis Experience

Megan LeBoff Staff Writer My journey with ADHD, and how I’m learning to cope with it   Twenty-five. That was the number of missing assignments I had by the end of my sophomore year. A mountain of homework, quizzes, and unit notes. “I’m just lazy,” I would always tell myself.       Finally,

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Male Athletes Of The Year

Dominic Lima-Hernandez  & Madelynn Foulkrod Staff Writers Ruben Lopez and Victor Plesco have been rewarded with the honorable title of male athletes of the year due to their hard-work and dedication towards their respective sports team. Male athlete of the year is a very respectable title, and the two men

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