Dressember: Bigger than a Dress

By Jacob Schwarz MVHS takes on the challenge of diminishing modern-day slavery, one dress and dollar at a time.     Human trafficking is the modern-day equivalent of slavery and it consists of the use of force or any other unethical type of coercion method for physical labor or commercial sexual exploitation.

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Best Places to Visit Over Winter Break

By Gigi Hernandez Whether you are on a budget looking for a getaway or are ready to spend what you’ve got, here are a couple of the best places to visit over Winter break.     There’s no doubt that December is the season for your family to come together and bond

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Holiday Recipes

By Ethan Haque The festive month of December is a time of year where the taste of the season is implemented into the food giving it a warm and familiar flavor that is reminiscent of the holidays. The holiday season is considered to be one of the happiest times of

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Lydia Curry’s 5-Step Guide to Cuffing

Advice you should totally (not) follow in order to find a relationship this season.    We all love it when we’ve got somebody… don’t lie to yourself. Humans need outside validation in order to feel good about themselves, especially considering the fact that love is a necessity for humans. Think about

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Dear Prudence: Advice Column

By Nicole Burns Won’t you open up your eyes? Prudent advice from a high school sophomore. I feel like when someone doesn’t respond to my text, they hate me. How do I stop?     Have you ever watched your phone ring or light up with a text, but you were in

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Isabella Seccia: A Life of Contradictions

By Breanna Huynh An insight look at the life of Isabella Seccia, member of the class of 2022 at MVHS.     “Cool cats and squished rats,” quotes Isabella, a freshman at Mission Viejo High School. Known as Bella to all her friends and family, her quirky, cheerful personality will brighten anyone’s

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Ways to Give Back

By Sophia Haque Acts of Kindness That Really Give Back!     With holidays such as Thanksgiving, Christmas, Kwanzaa, and Hanukkah coming up, many people are feeling spirited and the need to give back. During the holiday season, many people believe that it is important to give back.     These acts of giving

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ASB’s Future Plans

Natalie Freire ASB starts off the year with new ideas to make this year great.    Our ASB board  has many exciting activities planned for us Diablos throughout this school year. The Welcome Dance is just one example of the fun that ASB will bring  and the kind of ideas

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The Most Fire Student Section in the OC

Sydney Wilks  Formerly known as BSA, MVHS Inferno is an organization run by mostly seniors who are trying to boost school spirit at MVHS.     Their main goal is to give our student section a second coming of sorts, and promote the love we all have for our school. Along with

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The Rise of Avocado Prices

Breanna Huynh How avocados are steadily increasing, both in cost and the world.     With the trending rise of avocados, it should come to no surprise that the price of avocados has been steadily increasing. In one week, the price of an avocado went from $1.01 to $1.14 in California.     Ironically,

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