Black History Month

Vanessa Mendoza Staff Writer Black History month is an annual celebration of achievements of African Americans and a time for recognizing their central role in U.S. History.       Since 1976, every U.S. president has officially designated the month of February as Black History Month. Other countries around the world, including Canada

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Lights, Camera, WOFO

Jim Marsoobian Staff Writer MVHS has a fun Winter Formal planned for the end of February, so here are some of the details. Well, there are a lot of things happening at our high school, including the soon-approaching 2022 MVHS Winter Formal. The event will be taking place on Saturday,

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New Year New Me, Round Two – Lunar New Year

Breanna Huynh  Feature Editor What Asian Americans are doing for Lunar New Year.       If you didn’t like how you started off the new year, don’t worry, you have a second shot on February 2nd with Lunar New Year. Lunar New Year, commonly associated with Chinese New Year, is one of

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Josh Barbone: Battling Cancer and High School

Breanna Huynh and Brooklyn Baggett Feature Editor and Co-Editor in Chief An inside look into the life and story of Josh Barbone, a resilient 14 year old with a positive and uplifting perspective on life and self-reliance.        One of the main mysteries of life surrounds death and the afterlife.

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The Holiday Blues: Seasonal Depression

Megan LeBoff Staff Writer As the winter season rolls around, many start to feel the effects of seasonal depression. But what does it mean? And how can you treat it?      It’s that time of year. The air is getting colder, and the sun is in hiding for most of the

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So, You Forgot About Service Hours.

Jim Marsoobian Opinion Editor With everything going on right now, it is easy to forget about the required amount of service hours needed to graduate. Here are some ideas that hopefully inspire students to make a change in their community.      Hey seniors, did you know that to graduate you need

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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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Halloween Plans in Less Than 9 Minutes

Samuel Romero Staff Writer Halloween has come once again with the uneasiness of all its frightful noises and horrifying figures.      The chilly air creeps through someone’s house and there they are lying in bed, on a call with their friends, talking about random subjects. Then one of their friends asks

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The School Food is Free, But How Good Is It?

Rebekah Choi Staff Writer The bell rings, and classes are dismissed;, as the mentally drained students are starving and ready for something to eat, they immediately rush to the snacks area for their daily treats.       At Mission Viejo High School, students are provided with delicious, and highly rewarding free food

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Halloween Costume Inspiration!

Jim Marsoobian Staff Writer It’s spooky season, and it’s time to decide what you’re going to dress up as!      It’s that time of year again: the cinnamon in the air, leaves on the ground, sweaters, pumpkins everywhere you look. With Halloween shortly approaching, it’s good to have a plan for

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