How Will Holiday Shopping Be Affected By Blocked Ports?

Vanessa Mendoza Staff Writer The pandemic is haunting the global supply chain and shoppers.      With the peak of the holiday shopping season coming up, buyers are encountering empty store shelves, rising prices and shipping delays that seem to stretch into oblivion. Container ships are clogging ports, awaiting cargo or unable

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Facebook Changed Their Name, But Why?

Judd Karn Online Editor The 6th largest company in the world, Facebook, announced their new name as Meta in their recent keynote.      On October 21st of this year, Facebook announced that it would have big plans for the future and would reveal them October 28th, we now know their big

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An Introduction To Winter Sports

Eja Fromm Co-Editor In Chief As the Diablos come to an end for Fall Sports, the season for Winter athletics is just around the corner!      The school year is flying by as winter sports are already beginning their season. Basketball, soccer, girls water polo, and wrestling finally get a chance

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Diablo Dispute: Is November Too Early To Celebrate Christmas?

Sarah Quiroga & Soheil Khatib Staff Writers Leave November For Thanksgiving       Christmas is one of the most celebrated holidays and has the most promotions and sales out of the rest of the year. To start celebrating a month prior is a bit overkill though; two months’ worth of Christmas is

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A Clue Review: MVHS Drama Takes On The Classic Whodunit Play

Rebekah Choi Staff Writer      Coming back from the pandemic, Mission Viejo High school has finally put on their very first and long-awaited play of the year titled Clue. The play Clue is based on the board game and tells the story of a complicated murder mystery.     

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We’ve Been Waiting An Eternity: Marvel Eternals

Shahyan Pour Teimour Staff Writer Just over 2 years after the announcement at San Diego Comic Con 2019, Marvel Studios’ Eternals has dropped. Here’s what you should know..       Marvel Studios’ Eternals has finally been released after it’s long awaited pronouncement, and with the budget of 200 million dollars, and 281

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Diablo Dispute: It’s “Knott” A Bad Idea To Visit Knott’s Scary Farm

Eja Fromm Co-Editor In Chief Love mazes? Rides? Frights? An overall spooky and  fun time? Then visit Knotts Scary Farm!      Knotts Scary Farm has always been a classic attraction for Southern Californians. People enjoy the thrill of visiting Knotts at night and engaging with the Halloween spirit.       The Halloween event

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Venom Got It Right The Second Time: Venom: Let There Be Carnage

Judd Karn Online Editor The Sony film doesn’t take itself too seriously, which is a good thing.      The original Venom was released in 2018 with, at best, mixed reviews; the critics were not expecting anything special, and the fans were wishing for something decent. Then it was let out to

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“Halloween Kills”: Go or No?

Shahyan Pour Teimour Staff Writer With a budget of $20 million, a release date set for October 15, 2021, and the 12th movie of the franchise, director David Gordon Green has delivered another thrilling, yet comedic Halloween movie.      Out of the 12 movies, actress Jamie Lee Curtis has returned for

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The Labor Shortage: What It Came From and What it Means For You

Megan Leboff Staff Writer Hiring is much weaker than expected amidst the aftermath of COVID-19 with millions of jobs remaining unfilled, but the shortage could be a huge advantage for high school students      I’m sure you’ve seen them around. The big “We’re Hiring!” signs hung up on the windows of

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