The Mustang

Dylan Bunyak

Dylan Bunyak, Staff Writer

All content by Dylan Bunyak
Photo courtesy of SDUHSD

Board bounces back

December 16, 2022

Although the San Dieguito Union High School District board meeting went on as planned even after the district-wide shutdown, the gathering didn’t go as usual. This meeting was special: the newly elected...

A woman with bright red hair appears speaking in front of a crowd of strikers, with red spray-paint stencils of the New York Times logo behind her.

New York Times staff strikes

December 8, 2022

The journalists are on strike; typesetters are on strike; film critics; photojournalists; editors; in fact, over 1,100 New York Times employees, under their union (the NewsGuild of New York) walked out...

Many people are gathered in a crowd with protest signs below orange trees this week. A large library and steps sit behind the protesters.

Thousands of UC workers strike

November 16, 2022
Three unions, made up of around 48,000 workers and faculty members, authorized their members to go on strike to demand increased pay and better working conditions. 
Fall Drinks, Ranked

Fall Drinks, Ranked

November 4, 2022

All around the world, cold weather brings a taste for hot drinks. In this time of rain clouds, orange leaves, and sweaters, it makes sense why we humans have invented so many variations to keep us warm...

A crowd of students and parents sits in lines of chairs in the SDA learning commons. They are facing the board, and are sitting next to the School Board Representatives and other officials. Many are facing the school board representatives.

District meetings remain divided

October 20, 2022
Trustee Michael Allman opened the October 13th board meeting promising “actions, not words” when it comes to repercussions regarding the recent antisemitism at Carmel Valley Middle School. 
Kristina Wong, a Chinese-American woman, stands center, holding her phone in front of a projected map of the US.

Wong’s one-woman wonder

October 11, 2022
In a single follow-spot, surrounded by giant spools of thread, pin cushions, and her Hello Kitty sewing machine, Kristina Wong ends her one-woman show at the La Jolla Playhouse by contemplating with the audience.
Fandango in a Sanctuary.

New play captures immigration, community

September 26, 2022
In many ways, the play feels like a museum of immigration stories-each well explained and embodied.
Opening scene from Come Fall in Love

Bollywood musical dazzles at San Diego theater

September 16, 2022
In the first five minutes, the stage exploded into colorful fabric, painted flowers, hand-sewn sequins, and joyful dance. And that was basically how the rest of the show went. 
Boardmember faces community backlash

Boardmember faces community backlash

August 31, 2022

Last Thursday's board meeting was another opportunity for growth, progress, and change. Unfortunately, the newsworthy story from the four-hour gathering in San Dieguito Academy’s Mustang Commons was...

Load More Stories