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    Sports

    Sports Recap: January 18,2022

  • Venom and Carnage clash in the sequel to the hit 2018 movie.

    Entertainment

    ‘Venom: Let There Be Carnage’ adds more mayhem to the Marvel universe

  • Long Lines of students gather and wait to get their lunches.

    News

    Staffing drought leaves San Marcos schools understaffed

  • Amy Johnson and Todd Marquet portraits

    Features

    Assistant Principals Marquet and Johnson say farewell to Mission Hills

  • Empty refrigerator shelves at a grocery store

    News

    The global supply chain shortage disrupts holiday shopping

  • Adeles new album dives into motherhood, divorce, heartbreak, and love.

    Entertainment

    Adele returns to the music industry with her highly praised new album, ’30’

  • The members of Half the Sky pose around the Christmas potluck.

    Features

    Women hold up Half the Sky in this club, and everywhere else

  • A drawing of a student stressing about the rising student debt crisis.

    News

    Student debt borrowers are not prepared for repayment

  • A student on stage at the MHHS amphitheatre during the fall poetry slam

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    ASB hosts a Poetry Slam for students to show off their artistic talents

  • Mr. Mitchell has captured many amazing photos in support of talented Grizzlies.

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    Principal Mitchell captures every moment at Mission Hills

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The Student News Site of Mission Hills High School

The Silvertip

The Student News Site of Mission Hills High School

The Silvertip

The Student News Site of Mission Hills High School

The Silvertip

Marlene Calderon

Marlene Calderon, Co-Editor in Chief

Marlene Calderon is a senior at Mission Hills and this is her third year working on the Silvertip. She is currently one of the Co-Editors in Chief after having served as News and Opinions Editor. Marlene attended the School of The New York Times Summer Academy in NYC over the summer in order to grow as a journalist and gain knowledge that she can bring back to the newsroom.  Marlene is always singing random songs and wishing she was at a concert jamming out to her favorite bands. When Marlene is not in the journalism classroom or on the football field with her mellophone, you can catch her at the beach or a local coffee shop sipping on a vanilla latte. 

All content by Marlene Calderon