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The Wrangler

The #1 student news site of Yorba Linda High School

The Wrangler

Starbucks is promoting conversations about race by writing race together on their coffee cups.

Race Together

Paris Acosta, Photo-journalist April 14, 2015

Three months ago, at an internal meeting with Starbucks employees, a powerful discussion about race in America sparked the idea for Starbucks' new campaign, “Race Together,” encouraging coffee drinkers...

Payments online at the click of a button. Thanks Facebook!

Facebook: Making Payments

Paris Acosta, Photo-journalist April 14, 2015

Money at your fingertips in a click of a….chat room? A spokesperson for Facebook unveiled that in the upcoming months, Facebook users will be able to send each other money via Facebook’s Messenger...

This year the contest was extra special as three of our fellow Mustangs were chosen to place!

16th Annual Holocaust Art and Writing Contest

Paris Acosta, Photo-journalist March 3, 2015

Encouraging and educating young students about the Holocaust and its pivotal life lessons for our world today is why the Rodgers Center of Holocaust Education, in partnership with the 1939 Society (one...

Getting vaccinated against measles can put an end to the outbreak.

The End of a Measles Epidemic

Paris Acosta, Photojournalist March 2, 2015

The United States declared measles eliminated in 2000, implying that the measles virus was no longer native to the U.S. However, during the recent measles epidemic that took place during the year of 2014,...

Try it! Let out a scream!


Paris Acosta, Photojournalist March 2, 2015

Are you in splitting pain? Yell “ow,” go ahead and scream your profanities. We won’t blame you. The pain process itself acts as a warning system vital to human survival; making people aware of...

Loose interpretation of the first amendment taken too far?

Facebook vs The First Ammendment

Paris Acosta, Photo-journalist February 17, 2015

Facebook threat court case is heard in the Supreme Court--where is the line drawn when protecting free speech on social media? December 1, 2014, Anthony Elonis’s “therapeutic”, yet threatening...

The end of a stalemate. The beginning of a bright future.

Diplomatic Relations Restored

Paris Acosta, Photojournalist January 23, 2015

January 1961 marked an important date for the U.S. and Cuba alike; President Dwight D. Eisenhower imposed the first trade embargo and broke off diplomatic relations with Cuba, just weeks before leaving...

Hope Solo--false idol?

Hope Solo–Double Standard Controversy

Paris Acosta, Photojournalist November 6, 2014

As the U.S. women’s national soccer team pursues a position in next summer’s World Cup, goalkeeper, Hope Solo, awaits the outcome of her trial hearing for two counts of misdemeanor domestic violence...

The U.S. has set another record--there are more homeless now than ever before.

Homelessness-A Growing Problem in America?

Paris Acosta, Photojournalist November 6, 2014

Contrary to the optimistic notion that major American cities are proving resilient and bouncing back from the Great Recession, the staggering number of homeless people in the United States continues to...

YLHS Band arms themselves for the battle of the bands.

Battle of the Bands

Paris Acosta, Photojournalist October 28, 2014

This past Wednesday, October 22, 2014, Yorba Linda Band and Guard proudly presented the third annual Yorba Linda High School Field Tournament. In what was a successful event, 800 parents and students came...

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