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The Wrangler

The #1 student news site of Yorba Linda High School

The Wrangler

The #1 student news site of Yorba Linda High School

The Wrangler

Crying is a sign of humanity and vulnerability, and the only relation it has to weakness is that it is the exact opposite.

Crying: 1% Water and 99% Emotion

Jeanelle Wu, Photojournalist May 17, 2022

Crying, or as some like to call it, “having something in your eye,” is something we as high school students have probably experienced. Between the stress of homework, extracurriculars, and social life,...

Consider both sides when debating whether or not to throw a surprise party for a close friend or family member!

Party! Surprise?

Jeanelle Wu, Photojournalist May 10, 2022

You walk into your house. You reach for the lights. As you flip on the light switch, you hear a booming “Surprise!” echo the room. Your brain tries to process what is going on as you see all of your...

Boba is the perfect drink for a hot day, but be careful not to get addicted.

Boba: A Tasty Addiction

Jeanelle Wu, Photojournalist April 25, 2022

Boba, a.k.a bubble tea, has been consuming people as fast as people are consuming it. There is no question that its popularity has risen to new heights, as can be seen by the boba stores popping up around...

An endless number of shows we can watch, yet there is something about our familiar favorites that we can’t seem to let go of.

Stuck In A TV Universe

Jeanelle Wu, Photojournalist March 29, 2022

Streaming platforms, ranging from Netflix to Disney Plus, give us, the viewers, thousands of TV show options. From heart-wrenching dramas that will make you cry to scream-worthy horror shows that will...

The stress of high school makes it extremely difficult for students to enjoy their youth.

“Enjoy Your Youth,” They Say

Jeanelle Wu, Photojournalist March 29, 2022

To quote one of the rising stars of our generation, Olivia Rodrigo sings in her song “Brutal,” “If someone tells me one more time, ‘enjoy your youth,’ I’m gonna cry.” As students in high...

Writing down exactly what you want is the most popular way to manifest and communicate with the universe.

Magic of Manifesting: Does it Work?

Jeanelle Wu, Photojournalist March 28, 2022

If I manifested that people would read my article (which you are right now), does that mean manifestation actually works? You have probably heard your friends or other students talk about manifesting,...

Let’s welcome Ms. Waltemeyer, the new Mustang Business Academy teacher!

Important Business: Welcoming Ms. Waltemeyer

Jeanelle Wu, Photojournalist March 24, 2022

When thinking of Yorba Linda High School, one of the many things that stand out is our Mustang Business Academy, which has not been the same without a skilled and permanent teacher. Well, fear no more....

Make sure to fit laughing into your busy schedule today!

Laughing Out Loud: A Virus and A Cure

Jeanelle Wu, Photojournalist March 8, 2022

Why do cows have hooves and not feet? Because they lactose! Get it… lack toes? Hopefully, you genuinely found that funny and laughed, but a pity laugh is still much appreciated. When it comes to laughing,...

Don’t forget to mark your calendars for February 13th and plan an epic friend get-together!

Will You Be My Galentine?

Jeanelle Wu, Photojournalist February 13, 2022

At last, it’s the month of February! You know what that means; mark your calendar and make sure you are free on February 13th. Yes, you read that right, the 13th is definitely not a typo. Just to be...

New York City is one of the most visited cities in the world, with a record of over 66 million tourists a year.

New York City: Love it or Hate it

Jeanelle Wu, Photojournalist January 18, 2022

New York City has higher crime rates, higher living expenses, and trash scattered everywhere in the streets, which is expected with so many people living there, not to mention additional tourists. But...

Despite what people say about cramming for exams, students who cram may be surprised by how they do.

Truth Behind Cram Studying: Cram for Exams

Jeanelle Wu, Photojournalist January 11, 2022

Cramming, in relation to studying, is the act of studying intensively over a short period of time just before an exam (Oxford American Dictionary). One week before a test or exam is plenty of time to study....

Taylor Swift captures the hearts of many with her new rerecorded album “Red (Taylor’s Version)”.

Album Review: Taylor Swift’s ‘Red (Taylor’s Version)’

Jeanelle Wu, Photojournalist January 7, 2022

November 12, 2021 was a big day for Taylor Swift and all of her fans, sending Swifties everywhere in a craze with the release of her newest album “Red (Taylor’s Version)”. The 31-year-old, eleven-time...

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