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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

Julia Child on her very own television series, demonstrating her own recipe at age 66 in 1978.

The Unspoken Age Limit of Success

Noelle Wu, Photojournalist March 10, 2023

In the new age of the internet, word about young entrepreneurs and global record-breakers getting younger and younger may reach us in a not-so-pleasant way. Feelings of self-deprecation and bitterness...

Jessica Jackson explores her creativity and applies her knowledge acquired through the photography elective to her photos today.

Electives: A Catapult of Creativity

Noelle Wu, Photojournalist March 10, 2023

In a sea of academic classes, electives and their creative appeal lure in students yearning for a way to showcase their ingenuity and aptitudes. From Photography to Spanish, the benefits have been apparent...

Megafloods in California pose a devastating threat.

The California ARkStorm: A Generational Tribulation

Noelle Wu, Photojournalist February 23, 2023

These past 2 weeks have flooded us with uprisen chaos of storm and destruction stretching across California - literally. Various areas of  Orange County, Los Angeles County, San Diego, the San Francisco...

Netflix’s selection of some of the most beloved romantic comedies.

Rom-Coms: The Iconic Crush of Cinema

Noelle Wu, Photojournalist February 22, 2023

Romantic comedies, better known as rom-coms, are easily a favorite genre, especially among the current young adult and teen generation. The cheesy awkward scenes, charming meet cutes, and sappy romance...

Social media promotes impossible trends to conform to, affecting how one matures and their mental health.

Why is the “Awkward Phase” Disappearing?

Noelle Wu, Photojournalist February 16, 2023

The awkward preteen phase may be tremendously evocative to older generations, but this relatability is not shared among their younger counterparts. This period of growth and discovery leaves a huge impact...

Biases inadvertently creep their way into daily life.

The Self-Driving Subconsious

Noelle Wu, Photojournalist January 19, 2023

We often have preconceived beliefs or opinions based on the media surrounding us or simply childhood environment. Consequently, this automated system that drives our rationality will wedge itself in different...

Inflation has taken course as rising prices are affecting holiday shopping.

‘Tis the Season of Inflation

Noelle Wu, Photojournalist January 9, 2023

As frost invades the air and various radio stations start broadcasting holiday music, the barrage of winter gift-giving advertisements and targeted messages begins. In a season characterized by price comparisons...

Happiness has changed overtime based on increasing expectations and standards.

How Has Happiness Changed Over Time?

Noelle Wu, Photojournalist December 8, 2022

Happiness is widely considered a priority in many lives. It is often the reason we wake up and the very essence of life. Aristotle once said “Happiness is the meaning and purpose of life, the whole aim...

Standardized tests are an inaccurate measure of intelligence and ability.

The Inaccuracy of Standardized Tests

Noelle Wu, Photojournalist December 8, 2022

Being a student entails taking tests on a regular basis. Standardized tests are commonly misconceptualized as an entirely accurate evaluation of every student. However, the constant routine of taking tests...

Anna May Wong is featured on the new design of the quarter.

First Chinese American Actress to Appear on American Currency

Noelle Wu, Photojournalist December 8, 2022

Coins are pertinent assets that are used every single day all over the nation. When one thinks of an American coin, it most likely prompts a picture of a disk showcasing famous United States presidents...

20 years later, Gilmore Girls remains one of the most re-visited shows during the fall season.

Gilmore Girls: The Beloved Autumn Binge

Noelle Wu, Photojournalist October 24, 2022

The declaration of autumn comes in magnificent hues of mustard, cinnamon, and burgundy. The trees begin to ponder their impending slumber, chunky sweaters and cozy knits emerge from the depths of closets,...

Spacious, brightly lit aisles at Target compel customers into staying for longer, increasing the inclination to spend more money.

The Target Effect: How Store Layouts Affect Customers

Noelle Wu, Photojournalist October 17, 2022

Walking into Target is like getting absorbed into a rabbit-hole of sprees of shopping and browsing. It is nearly impossible to simply buy the one thing that makes their way to the top of the shopping list;...

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