Girls Making Way in the STEM World

Leila Alarcon Opinion Editor Interested in a career involving STEM? Stop by Girls4Stem! Currently, careers involving science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, otherwise known as STEM, are dominated by men. While there’s definitely been an improvement in more recent years, the gap is still noticeably wide, but women across the world are

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Balancing a Job and High School

Eja FrommStaff Writer School is already stressful and complex enough, but imagine dealing with a job as well.  Photo creds: https://www.moneyandbills.com/high-school-job/      A good majority of high school students balance having a job and school everyday. According to a study led by the University of Michigan, 1 in 4 high school

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Dating Diablos: Michael Murg’s Fiery Date

Michael MurgStaff Writer I, Michael Murg was put on a Blind date, in attempt to perhaps find love just in time for Valentine’s day, however plans never workout exactly how envisioned, and it’s most certainly fair to apply that to this blind date.      If you know me the slightest bit

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How to Survive Black Friday

Lydia CurryStaff Writer Because we’d all LOVE to know It’s finally that time of year! You spend your entire week talking about how grateful you are for your things and your family then once Friday rolls around, you’re like FRICK all of that, I want a brand new TV! We’re

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The Rich Get Richer and the Environment gets Poorer

Megan LeBoffStaff Writer      How the wealthy class is destroying the environment    When you think of a rich person, what do you see? A mansion? Their own private jet? Well, what many people don’t think about, is that with a bigger bank account comes a bigger carbon footprint.      Members of the

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Vegan and Vegetarian Thanksgiving Alternatives

By: Brooklyn Baggett Stop missing out on your favorite Thanksgiving foods this year with the following alternatives that are tailored to vegetarians and vegans alike.      Thanksgiving is the one holiday known for the traditional gigantic family feast, which is awesome – if you eat meat and dairy. It is often

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Ladies, Get Your Hydro Flasksks

By: Nicole Burns A deeper dive into why teenage girls can’t enjoy anything without becoming the butt of a joke  Six years ago, girls got cold and decided to wear Ugg boots. It was fall so they would pick up a Pumpkin Spice Latte from their local Starbucks. Two things

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Packed Lunch Ideas

By: Eja Fromm Alternate ideas to pack in your lunch instead of spending money on food.       From lunchables to sandwiches made by your parents with the crust cut off, there are plenty of options for bringing a packed lunch to school.      Many upperclassmen and their parents aren’t fans of paying

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March Favorites

By: Giselle Hernandez Students share their favorite items, products, music, places etc. for the month of March!     With these interviews from the students at Mission Viejo High School, you are bound to be intrigued by one of these favorites!     Elias Wright, a senior at MVHS shared a couple of his

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