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Carina Muniz

Carina Muniz, Editor-in-Cheif

Howdy! Currently, I am a senior at Bonita Vista High and finishing my fourth year on the Crusader  staff. Now, I am co-Editor in Chief of the Crusader, however in previous years I maintained the title of Opinion Editor, News Editor, and Editor-at-Large. Especially after the pandemic, I am excited to get back into the action and report on the student body and campus, along with supporting the staff in whatever ways I can. Outside of Newspaper I am involved in volunteer activities like entertaining the Greyhound Adoption Center dogs.

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On Jan. 20, Black Student Union President (right) and senior Mariah Journigan works with BSU members to create posters promoting anti-discrimination. Inspired by the Virtual San Diego National Association for the Advancement of Colored People/Southwestern College/Sweetwater Union High School District forum, BSU members decided to take action in advocating for students of color at BVH.

Virtual advocacy

January 15, 2022
Even as a little girl, storytelling has been a big part of my life. Now, I see that storytelling is a prominent thing in peoples day-to-day lives.

The art of storytelling

October 31, 2021
On Oct. 19, Bonita Vista High students wait in line for lunch, taking advantage of the free food available to them. Students stand in long lunch lines in order to receive their free food.

BVH feeds on a budget

October 28, 2021
Although saying goodbye to those you love is harder from afar, Ive learned that sometimes its better to do so that way. The important thing for me to remember is that I can still value all the great memories I made with Stella and Hart.

Faraway farewells

September 19, 2021
In recent months I have found myself capturing the calm and uncaptured moments of life. Like these uncaptured moments, the ghost girl in the mirror represents the subtle moments of beauty that occurs daily in this world.

The ghost of time

September 5, 2021
Bonita Vista High students mingle in the quad after the fifth period bell rings, singling the end of class. Only a limited number of students are on campus for classes.

Shedding a light

June 14, 2021
In a poll conducted by the Crusader on Feb. 8, out of 444 Bonita Vista High (BVH) students, 15.3 percent of students strongly agreed that they’ve spent more time playing video games due to distance learning. However, another 20.1 percent of students strongly disagreed that they spent more time playing video games due to distance learning.

Ready player one?

March 23, 2021

Exploring creativity

October 21, 2020

Under cover

May 18, 2020
Senior Timothy Tucker speaks to the SUHSD Board of trusties against the proposed plan of cutting the International Baccalaureate (IB) Coordinator position at BVH on Feb. 27. Tucker is just one of several other students, teachers and former alumni who spoke at the budget meeting.

In the Red

March 11, 2020
On Wednesday, Nov. 20th, 2019, International Japanese delegates wait for their assigned guides to arrive. The delegates were taken to the cafeteria before following their guides around the school and to their classes.

All the way from Japan

December 4, 2019

Turning the page

August 8, 2019
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