How to Achieve Calm: A Guide to Meditation

Brooklyn Baggett Co-Editor in Chief If you’ve had a rocky start to the new year, or even if you’re just looking for a way to have a more positive mindset, practicing meditation may be for you.      You’re probably tired of hearing meditation and breathing exercises being exhausted by counselors and

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How to Be the Best Gift-Giver This Valentine’s Day

Brooklyn Baggett Co-Editor in Chief Read ahead if  you’re still looking for the perfect gift for your valentine this February.      Valentine’s day is a great opportunity to express your appreciation for and spend time with the people you most care about. However, it can be stressful if you are planning

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Band Spotlight: Days of View

Jason Hatfield Entertainment Editor      Hailing from Mission Viejo, Days of View is a fresh new rock band that must be heard. Pulling influences from classic rock from the 1960’s and 1970’s as well as from punk, the band has dialed in a fresh sound that feels both at

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Super Bowl Sunday Recipes

Rebekah Choi Staff Editor It’s the time of the year, where everyone comes together on the couch and waits for that special moment to come. It’s not Christmas, it’s the Super Bowl!  Watching the super bowl is the time for binge-watching football and betting on which team will win. Of

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UNICEF- For Every Child

Eja Fromm Co Editor In-Chief An introduction to MVHS’s UNICEF: an organization that works toward providing humanitarian and developmental aid to children and young people worldwide!      Mission seniors Kendall Eulo (president), Katrina Simon (vice president), Sarah Hobiera (secretary) and Kiana Farahani (treasurer) organized the club to be recognized: UNICEF.       UNICEF

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The Covid Experience

Shayan Pour Teimour Staff Writer I was diagnosed with the coronavirus and was forced to quarantine for 10 days. This is how it went.      On Thursday, the 6th of January, I woke up feeling extremely sick. Little did I know, I was burning up with a 102 degree

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Have No Ideas For Gifts? We Have You Covered

Madelynn Foulkrod Staff Writer  As December approaches, the craze of Christmas shopping does too. Although this is an exciting holiday season to many, it’s safe to say that Christmas gift shopping can be very stressful.   Each winter, the people who celebrate this holiday search frantically for the perfect presents to

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What’s Around The Campus: A Roundup of Local Eateries

Judd Karn Online Editor A comprehensive guide of what you can eat within walking distance of the school.      Earlier this school year the faculty announced that any student who has no period after lunch, no matter the grade, is able to leave campus. This means if you don’t have a

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The Key to Key Club

Breanna Huynh  Feature Editor  A look inside Key Club at Mission Viejo High School.      The cheers and voices of thousands thundered through the stadium as students all over California gathered together to celebrate their annual Fall Rally South to kick off the new school year.       The Fall Rally is held

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Six Tips for Productive Studying

Megan LeBoff Staff Writer Having trouble studying? Don’t even know where to start? Here are 6 tips that are proven to help get you through finals.      As finals are starting to roll around, studying is more important than ever. But studying isn’t as simple as it may sound. So to

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