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Generation cheat?

Generation cheat?

May 31, 2019

Shorter Pocket Points

Shorter Pocket Points

Katie Newton, Mirada Staff

April 25, 2019

Filed under News, Top Stories

College Scandal

Katie Newton and Annalee Gorman

April 25, 2019

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The college admission scandal has gripped national audiences and made headlines throughout the country, but William “Rick” Singer, a guest teacher at Rio in the 80s and the ringleader behind the largest criminal act colleges...

Schools want more than a Valedictorian

Annalee Gorman and Emily Borg

March 18, 2019

Filed under News

Mirada StaffHigh school students stay up for hours studying for tests or finishing homework, but sometimes all of that time isn’t enough to get into top schools. “Schools look for something that makes you stand out like...

Low funding affects teacher salaries

Annalee Gorman, Mirada Staff

February 25, 2019

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Each year, more and more students enter high school, and less teachers are able to accommodate them. Hundreds of school districts are under distress and frustrated with the current standing of teachers. According to the National Education Assoc...

Students and faculty turn artistic passions into businesses

Sydney Hodge, Guest Writer

February 25, 2019

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Many students are “creatives”, or people that create, invent, and imagine different ways to express their creativity through different mediums such as clothing or pictures. Senior Whitney Wheeler found her passion for photograp...