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Subject of Islam

by Alyass Thabet, MIRROR STAFF
April 1
Filed under FYI

Islam. A single word that has been branded with the label of  terrorism over the last couple of  decades. The religion of Islam has been said to be or proclaimed to be a religion of war and monstrosity. “Islam is all about war man. Becoming a muslim means you have to kill the ‘infidels’...

Yearbook Stereotyping

by Alyass Thabet, MIRROR STAFF
April 1
Filed under FYI

¨Yearbook is easy¨ ¨All yearbook is, is taking pictures¨ ¨You do nothing in yearbook¨ Yearbook is this, Yearbook is that, is what people stereotype the Yearbook class with. People who have never taken yearbook will usually stereotype it with being easy and a class to be lazy in. ...

Valentine’s: The “I love you this many dollars” holiday

Valentine’s: The “I love you this many dollars” holiday

by Stella Beerman, Mirror Staff
February 11
Filed under Opinion

Valentine’s day is stupid. I mean it’s literally the most stupid holiday on the planet. It is a day for couples to be all “gushy” in public and rub in all the single people’s face that they are in fact single. I’m not just saying this because I’m a single, bitter, 15 year old. O...

The People Matter: What is the best thing about America?

The People Matter: What is the best thing about America?

by Yarely Gonzalez, Mirror Staff
December 3
Filed under Video

Our Yarely Gonzalez headed out to find out what people thought the best thing about America was.  His answers may surprise you!

Dress Code Favoritism

Dress Code Favoritism

by Madison Fougerousse, Mirror Staff
November 24
Filed under Opinion

The dress code is something we have had to follow since we were in preschool. For girls, especially, this is a problem. Your shorts have to be a certain length, your shirt has to have a certain type of sleeve, and you can never show your bra straps. Add in that your shorts have always had to...

School Sports Offers Many Benefits

School Sports Offers Many Benefits

by Madysen Fisher, Mirror Staff
November 24
Filed under Opinion

Playing sports in and out of school is beneficial to kids because they teach kids how to deal with other people that they might usually have to deal with on a regular basis. This would teach them how to deal with people that if there were not on the same team they would not have to deal with. This...

The People Matter

by Yarely Gonzalez, Mirror Staff
November 18
Filed under Mirror's Best, Video

Keeping to yourself

Keeping to yourself

by Katie Warner, Mirror staff
January 14
Filed under Staff Blogs

Most of the time in any public place there is always someone who buts in and says something and just makes the situation awkward. The thing that I hate most is when people I don't know give me their opinion on what I'm doing  when I didn't ask them and they have no idea what is going on. Especially...

Meanness Makes Friends.

Meanness Makes Friends.

by Baylie Turner, Mirror Staff
November 17
Filed under Staff Blogs

I've always heard the saying "Mean people don't make friends." I am living proof that you can still have many friends, while tending to be very mean. In fact I have even made new friends because I am mean. Some call me a b***h, or other worse words, but when it comes down to it, I am just simply...

Understanding Different Cultures

Understanding Different Cultures

by Mashael Abdulrab, CHS Mirror Staff
November 12
Filed under FYI

Coming from an Arab culture, Arabs often view things differently from the way an American might view certain things. For example, people who have blue, pink, purple  or green hair. Some Americans may think that there is nothing wrong with it, but others may not like the idea and may find it wrong. The...

In my opinion, its all good!

In my opinion, its all good!

by Mohsin Abdulla, Writer
November 8
Filed under NEWS

(CNN) -- A Southern California high school sports' team is not scoring any points for its name, the "Arabs." In a letter this month, the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee accused the school of stereotyping and demanded a name change. The group is also seeking a change of the Coachella...

Bates Motel, My Thoughts (Some Spoilers)

Bates Motel, My Thoughts (Some Spoilers)

by Chris Bowden, Writer
May 2
Filed under A&E, Movies and Television

Bates Motel revolves around the beginnings the iconic horror character, Norman Bates. The story chronicles Norman as a teen and his evolution into a psychopathic killer. This entire series is a prequel to the old horror/slasher movie Psycho directed by Alfred Hitchcock; it has just been revamped an...

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