ASB’s Plans For The Year

Sarah Quiroga & Samuel Romero Castanon  Staff Writers “I started in March-April of last year, but that was during shutdown. So, I’m still learning all of diablo traditions,” explained ASB director, Steven Hardy. The Diablo Dispatch asked Mr. Hardy what ASB’s plans were for this year.   Some events that Mr.

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37th MUN Conference

Amy IwanagaStaff Writer Model United Nations Hosted the Perfect Conference  On the weekend of January 18th and 19th, Mission Viejo High School hosted their 37th Model United Nations (MUN) Conference in a professional and well planned manner. The Mission MUN class has been working tirelessly for the past five months

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The Contraversial New Smoking Age Law

Megan LeBoffStaff Writer The smoking age in U.S officially changes to 21 years old      On December 19, 2019, President Trump signed a bill to raise the legal smoking age from 18 to 21. The new law prohibits the vending of cigarettes and e-cigarettes to anyone under the age of 21,

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Cupid is Stupid

Madison BurnamStaff Writer Valentines Day, a day seemingly filled with love and passion.  Though those aren’t the only sentiments held on this special day especially regarding how utterly stupid the holiday is.  

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Donald Trump and the Death of an Iranian General

By: Eja Fromm The world wonders if another World War is at stake as Iran and the U.S. engage in concerning conflicts.       On January 3rd, top Iranian General Qassem Soleimani was killed in a drone strike orchestrated by the United States government.      Trump had ordered for the death of Soleimani

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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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Future School Schedule Changes

By: Grace Schultz More sleep or more hastel      As of recently, in early October, a bill was passed in California to push back school start times in middle schools and high schools to no earlier than 8:30 am. Of course, immediate opposition and support rang out from people of all

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MrBeast has come to the rescue

By: Abby Burnam How Influencers are doing their part for the environment      YouTube star MrBeast has teamed up with the foundation called Team Trees, a nonprofit organization funded by fans and other people who want to help out. The organization is to plant trees around the world.       Many other influencers

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Minecraft’s Major Comeback

By: Leila Alarcon   The game with endless possibilities is endlessly entertaining.       Minecraft was first released on May 17, 2009 and became extremely popular. However, over the years people have stopped playing minecraft and have moved on to other games or have just grown out of that interest.       During this

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Sail Over to Popeyes Chicken!

The new sandwich at popeyes caused a massive uproar this year. People from everywhere have been jumping onto this new sensation trying the sandwich and giving popular feedback resulting in this massive amount of attention, bringing it front and center.  A large factor for it becoming so popular was the

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