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Scenes from Homecoming

Scenes from Homecoming

Lizbeth Lopez, Staff Writer October 31, 2023

As you enter through the doors of the basement gym, you’ll see lights that are the colours of the rainbow, flickering up and down. Hidden hanging creatures decorate the basketball hoops with witches...

Should phones be taken away?

Should phones be taken away?

Jayden Reyes-Batres, Staff Writer October 31, 2023

Phones are little technological miracles—pocket-sized encyclopedias, maps, movie screens. They’re everywhere, and Mission High is no exception. While phones can help students relax, they can also create...

Former English teacher now published YA author

Former English teacher now published YA author

Aileen Medrano, Contributing Writer October 29, 2023

With just the few pages that I read of Rana Joon and The One & Only Now I could feel the grief that Shideh Etaat talked about when she came into a classroom she once knew. Ms. Etaat was an English...

Suicide in the K-pop Industry

Katie Sanchez, Staff Writer May 23, 2023

Being a K-pop fan means “stanning” so many groups and soloists, and finding joy through a community of other K-pop fans around the world. As of now I’m still a K-pop fan. K-pop has been part...

Bad night for Jamal Murray

Bad night for Jamal Murray

Josue Ramirez, Contributing Writer May 4, 2023

On Tuesday night, Game 2 of the Western Conference Semifinals, Denver Nuggets center Nikola Jokic scored 39 points and pulled down 16 rebounds with the MVP announcement around the corner. Nikola Jokic...

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All about the API club

D'Quarte Rivers Jr., Staff Writer April 4, 2023

Recently, I attended an API Club meeting. If you don’t know, API stands for Asian Pacific Islander. When I walked in and started asking questions, everyone was so eager to share. It felt like anybody,...

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Joy and surprise at the 2023 Oscars

Hannah Birch, Staff Writer March 17, 2023

The Oscars happened! The award ceremony began with a heartwarming win for Best Supporting Actor Ke Huy Quan, his first Oscar winning for the film “Everything Everywhere All at Once.” Immediately following,...

The cultural impact of Homestuck

The cultural impact of Homestuck

Denizen, Staff Writer February 17, 2023
Homestuck fandom truly is an amazing space that brought people together
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Oscars nomination predictions

Hannah Birch, Staff Writer February 14, 2023

The Oscars are coming up this year on March 12, 2023 being the 95th year of the Oscars. Recently, the nominees were made public starting with the nominees for Best Picture which is All Quiet on the Western...

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“Duvet” by Bôa 1998: The song that resurfaced from the deep ocean

Diana V., Contributing Writer February 13, 2023

Bôa is a band that formed in 1993. It originated in London as an alternative rock band. Bôa’s music resurfaced from the deep ocean onto the shores of TikTok for many new generations to enjoy and become...

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Top ten video games

Jayden Reyes Batres , Staff Writer February 10, 2023

What games are people playing right now? After a recent poll with 50 students,we collected a list of popular games. These are the Mission High School’s popular video games in order of popularity.    #10...

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“Avatar: The Way of Water”: it’s worth it!

Hannah Birch, Staff Writer January 20, 2023

“Avatar: The Way of Water,” is a new film that came out December 16, 2022 after 13 years since the first film “Avatar” broke multiple box office records. Soon enough it was known as the highest...

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