Nicole Burns Don’t read these in the dark or else you might fall into a whole of government cover-ups and conspiracies. Everyone’s guilty of watching a few too many Shane Dawson conspiracy videos in the dark, it’s a guilty pleasure and there’s no way someone goes throughout their life without watching at least one conspiracy video. There are a few … Continue reading Who Is Taking Over?
Madelyn Novick Disney, with owning their various studios and companies and having all their franchises, is making some key changes to their parks worldwide. Disney has decided to make some major changes to their parks worldwide, including some coming to our local California Adventure. However, that’s not the only change to come, as once Pixar Pier opens there is also the updates on Galaxy’s Edge … Continue reading Transforming Disney: A Shift To A More Modern Disneyland
Kaycie Adams As the end of the year approaches, students are more stressed out than ever. Teachers are trying to make sure all the curriculum gets completed, AP tests are looming like a dark cloud, and students are attempting to wrap up credits for the year, making May an extremely stressful month. To add to the academic stress, Mother’s Day is quickly approaching. May 13th … Continue reading Last Minute Mother’s Day Gifts
Kobe Vergara Starting at the beginning of May, those who own a Toyota Prius will now have to park in the third parking lot. This requirement will affect all staff, students, and visitors that own any model of the Toyota Prius. “An important change that will benefit everyone at Mission is finally happening, and I’m ecstatic,” states Mr. Davidson, who originally proposed the idea … Continue reading Pruises Forced To Park In The Third Lot
Kaelin Davis Starting in the 2018-2019 school year, MVHS will enforce a new rule against cell phone use during school hours. This sudden change in policy is due to a desire to follow in French footsteps. France will start banning the use of cell phones while at school beginning in September of 2018, and many schools across the United States are fighting to do the … Continue reading Mission Bans Phones During School Hours
Alan Chen As a result of the recent mass shooting at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, the Saddleback Valley Unified School District is considering a plan to have a police dog stationed every inside classroom of every high school in the district. News of the plan spread fast around the United States, with bipartisan praise coming from the US Senate … Continue reading Man’s Best Friend Keeps Watch Over Schools
Yasi Fahimi Student use of E-Cigarettes at Mission will soon be put to a stop with the new installation of cameras in all bathrooms and drones in parking lots, effective starting spring break. While the MVHS zero-tolerance drug policy has been extremely competent in protecting the student body from on-campus substance abuse in the past, E-Cigarettes pose a new risk to this generation of Diablos. … Continue reading No More Juuls In Our Schools