Our Vision is 20/20

By: Rachel Soo It’s like the hunger games, but smaller and with adults.     17. That’s the number this year, so far. 17 declared  presidential candidates for the 2020 elections. 17 not-so-young hopefuls, each aiming to win the metaphorical crown of the United States of America.     Of the notable contenders, all

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The End of an Era

By: Kaycie Adams With minimum wage rising, the question is raised on how the economy is being changed in California.     Imagine a world where sugar cost four cents a pound, eggs were fourteen cents a pound, and coffee was fifteen cents a pound.    These weird, low prices you never see,

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Yellow Jackets Terrorize France

By: Eja Fromm The Protests occuring in France are causing chaos throughout the country. These protests were sparked over the rise in gas prices.     In France, the Yellow Jackets are a group of protesters causing destruction and chaos over the increase in gas prices. Originally, the protest began as an

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The Real Crisis: The Barrier Between Political Parties and Compromise

The border crisis rages over the debate of physical division, but another detrimental crisis has arisen: the thick barrier separating the political parties. As the journey to assess the issue grows farther and farther away from compromise, the current United States is truly not in a state of unity.  

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Tyranny and Tear Gas

By Keemia Beizai Threats from President Trump to close the border and stop immigration only mean so much until tear gas is used against innocent Honduran migrants.  On October 13th, thousands of Honduran migrants began a journey towards freedom. The barrier standing between them and this freedom is President Trump,

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Midterms 2018: A Power Grab Among the Most Powerful

By Danielle Babineau and Kobe Vergara The anticipated 2018 Midterm Elections mark the end of one-party rule, introducing a divided government to a profoundly divided country.     On November 6th, 2018, citizens across the United States voted for the most publicized midterm election the nation has ever experienced. With the opportunity

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Meet the New MVHS Staff

Eja Fromm Meet the new staff at Mission and get to know how they add to the Diablo family.       Mission Viejo High School: a school full of diversity and prosperity. Mission is widely known all over the world because of its astounding accomplishments. Our staff is one

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Skripal Losing His Nerve

Madison Burnam The Recent Murder That Took Place of an Ex-Russian Double Agent        On Sunday the Second of September a horrifying assassination attempt unraveled itself when Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia were found unconscious on a park bench and taken immediately to the hospital in which it was figured

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Love Is Genderless In This Indian Ruling

Farah Morris In one of the biggest rulings of the year, India legalizes gay intercourse, with thousands celebrating not only in India, but across the world.   Sometimes, living in America, many do not realize how lucky they are. While it is not a utopia, or perfect by any means,

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The Cost of Freedom

Rachel Soo John McCain, former senator and POW, died on August 25th, 2018.  According to Cancer.org, only 1 out of every 143 men are diagnosed with brain cancer, but of that statistic, only a lucky 36% are predicted to survive.     John McCain, a national hero of war and a confident

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