Last Minute Student Parking Impediment

Parking permits have been required all year to park in MMHS lots. However, the administration has been more vigilant in the last few weeks on the amount of cars parking without permits.

Alexis Philpott, Editor
April 24, 2014

In the last week or so, the Mira Mesa High School administration has begun to implement a long under-enforced rule of students having to display parking permits to park their cars in the school parking lots. While the permit costs $10 with an ASB card ($15 without one), the idea that students are expected... Read more »

Turkey says goodbye to Youtube

YouTube is a social website where you can upload, watch, and share videos with everyone around the world. The Turkish government banned its use within the country, and people are protesting the censorship.

Keymani Seals, Staff Writer
April 22, 2014

YouTube, the place where people can upload, share, and watch videos was banned in Turkey on March 27, 2014 .The BTK (Turkey’s Information and Communications Technologies Authority) said the YouTube will stay blocked even though there are some suits saying to unblocked it. The ban has occurred because... Read more »

Blood Moon Madness


Keymani Seals, Staff Writer
April 22, 2014

Did you watch the lunar eclipse? The lunar eclipse occurred on the morning of April 15, 2014 and was seen from southern California. Australia and New Zealand also seen the visual of the eclipse. During the eclipse, the moon begins to look like it is being blocked and becomes dark. Next it begins to turn... Read more »

Cubing Club’s speedy victory at super STEM Saturday

The rubik's cube gained popularity in the 1980s among young children and teenagers. Now, he solving of these cubes has become a serious competition for some people.

Alexis Philpott, Editor
April 18, 2014

On March 15th the Mira Mesa High School’s Cubing Club participated in the 2014 Super STEM Saturday Rubik’s Cube competition in San Marcos. The team faced off against Classical Academy High School and beat them by around two minutes in team cubing and nearly shut their players out of placing in solo... Read more »

Mira Mesa High Drivers: Beware of Parking Permits!


Jovie De Jesus, Staff Writer
April 14, 2014

On April 9th the Dean of Students, Mr. Sabins, went on Marauder 5 to announce the enforcement of having a parking permit if you drive to school and park in the two allotted parking spaces. Warnings will be given to cars within the vicinity of the parking lots after the following Thursday and Friday.... Read more »

The Kawaii Daiso!

Customers find themselves wandering around the store longer than they think!

Yui Otawa, Staff Writer
April 9, 2014

Daiso is a store that is owned by the Daiso Sangyo Corp. It recently opened on March 8, 2014 in Mira Mesa right next to another popular food market called H-Mart. Daiso contains many varieties of supplies and snacks, which mostly cost $1.50, but ranges from $1-$5 depending on the product. Daiso also... Read more »

Eat like a warrior


Cheryl Van Allen, Staff Writer
March 25, 2014

Ghengi’s Grill is a restaurant where you can create your own stir fry. The place has been open for three weeks; the grand opening was on February 22, 2014.  It took about 2 months to build up Ghengi’s grill and has been a big hit since the grand opening. “We trained for about 2 weeks prior to... Read more »

SAT launches new tools for students


Dondre Johnson, Staff Writer
March 19, 2014

As of the 2014 school year, College Board announced that there are many new improvements that most students might find beneficial to them. The College Board’s first action expands the organization’s recent outreach to college ready, low-income students to provide them with customized, targeted... Read more »

Mira Mesa Wrestling: All they see is Gold


Alexandra Delacruz, Editor
March 17, 2014

On Saturday February 22nd, the varsity wrestling team pushed themselves to defeat rival teams such as Carlsbad, Rancho Buena Vista, and Vista high school as they claimed gold in the division 1 CIF tournament at Escondido High School. Wrestling has more great news to add as they claim their first CIF... Read more »

Meatless Mondays


Kynaizha Jefferson, Staff Writer
March 10, 2014

San Diego Unified School District is going meatless on Mondays in Elementary Schools to start a better health and environmental movement. Gary Petill, director of the district’s food services, said, “It was an opportunity to educate children about a plant based diet. We decided on K-5 because young... Read more »

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