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The Wrangler

The Real Big Man On Campus

Rachel Seo, Co-Editor-in-Chief March 9, 2017

Originally published in The Wrangler annual magazine. Every week, Principal Dave Flynn purposely sits outside the Administration office during lunch, near the roundabout that provides both a convenient...

Welcome to Mustang Fields

Rachel Seo, Co-Editor-in-Chief February 4, 2017

The much-anticipated new park Mustang Fields opened on Friday, February 3rd, to much clamor. Despite a steady drizzle that threatened to ruin the grand opening, the ceremony went on without a hitch, the...

The exterior of the Metropolitan Museum of Art on Fifth Avenue

Top 5 Places To Go In New York: Rachel’s Take

Rachel Seo, Editor-in-Chief December 12, 2016

In early November, the Publications classes (Newspaper and Yearbook) went on a six-day trip to New York. During the time, we visited art museums and shopped, ate lots of food and went to a journalism conference...

Donald Trump gives a thumbs-up.

Donald Trump Contributes to Depletion of Earth’s Oxygen Levels

Emily Valenciano, Guest Contributor October 25, 2016

Republican presidential nominee, Donald Trump, has decreased oxygen levels on a level, in the words of the eloquently spoken and articulate politician, “no one has ever seen before.”   The...

Interview with Brandon Bollinger, OC Register Varsity Artist

Interview with Brandon Bollinger, ‘OC Register’ Varsity Artist

Rachel Seo, Editor-in-Chief October 11, 2016

When I first met Brandon Bollinger (12) while filming the segment for the Wrangler app, my first impressions were that he was a confident, laid-back director who knew what he was doing. Little did I know...

The current Google logo

How to Make the Most Out of Your Google Account

Rachel Seo, Editor-in-Chief October 4, 2016

Google has ridden the wave of technological endeavor since the beginning of the Internet Age. While it is most famous for its search engine status, the company has more recently introduced innovative new...

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Senior Sunrise Recap

Rachel Seo, Editor-in-Chief September 22, 2016

A longstanding tradition upheld on August 29, the first day of school, Senior Sunrise began at six a.m. and ended an hour later at seven, giving incoming seniors the opportunity to socialize with each...

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Summer Movie Recap

Rachel Seo, Editor-in-Chief September 15, 2016

In typical fashion, the major movie studios rolled out their projected mass-appeal movies for a summer lineup that included Finding Dory, Suicide Squad, The Secret Life of Pets, The BFG, Tarzan, and Ghostbusters....

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How to Survive: AP Testing

Rachel Seo, Features Editor May 17, 2016

AP testing recently passed, and with it came tears, cramming, and lots and lots of comfortable clothes. The testing ran from May 2nd to May 14th and included a range of subjects anywhere from AP Literature...

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USC Studies Diversity in Hollywood: Indicative of a Bigger Problem?

Rachel Seo, Features Editor May 3, 2016

Recently, the University of Southern California (USC) conducted a study in which researchers analyzed the diversity of characters featured in TV shows and movies. What they found was not surprising. According...

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Homework on Strike

Rachel Seo, Features Editor April 19, 2016

On Wednesday, April 13th, the National United Labor Union of Homework And Its Respectively Equal Constituents announced that its members would be going on strike later during the week. The spokesperson...

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How to Survive: Spring Break

Rachel Seo, Features Editor April 5, 2016

“HOW TO SURVIVE” is a somewhat weekly series written by Rachel Seo on how to survive things like permit tests, long lectures, and Valentine’s Day. It’s partially sarcastic, partially helpful,...

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