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The #1 student news site of Yorba Linda High School

The Wrangler

In honor of my last article and my story throughout newspaper, I am sharing my original staff picture in my freshman year.

A Farewell to Room 370

Stephen Serrano, Section Editor June 10, 2020

Goodbye and farewell.  When I sat down to write my 86th and final article as a part of The Wrangler, I was overwhelmed with emotion and so many good memories. Being a member of The Wrangler has profoundly...

My daily screen time is definitely way too high for each day. I will be implementing these tips below to help change that.

Tips On How To Limit Screen Time During Quarantine

Stephen Serrano, Section Editor May 11, 2020

Yup. We’re all stuck in quarantine due to the coronavirus pandemic which means several days spent at home with school work to keep up with. And when you are not working on schoolwork, your phone is only...

The class of 2020 seniors are facing experiences that many high school senior Hurricane Katrina survivors dealt with.

Why Class of 2020 Seniors Are Facing Similar Circumstances to Those During Hurricane Katrina

Stephen Serrano, Section Editor May 8, 2020

Quarantine. Coronavirus. These two words just determined the rest of senior year for our class of 2020 seniors. With the cancellation of school meaning no senior activities such as prom, Morp, Senior Breakfast,...

Senioritis has been around much longer than COVID-19 and has affected many more people.

The Virus More Widespread than Coronavirus

Stephen Serrano, Section Editor May 8, 2020

It’s the start of second semester senior year, and you have already been accepted into a few safety schools. Just like any other day, you get up for school, reluctantly rising from your deep slumber...

I usually go on after-sunset walks with my brother to keep up my daily exercise.

4 Tips on Staying Healthy During Quarantine

Stephen Serrano, Section Editor April 8, 2020

With the international pandemic sweeping our country and the world, the quarantine period of voluntary isolation has been trying on millions of Americans. Not only have the lives of many been flipped upside...

With school closures across the nation, the class of 2020 seniors will go the rest of the school year at home due to the COVID-19 pandemic. PYLUSD June graduations are also cancelled.

Seniors’ Last Day of High School: The Day None of Us Expected

Stephen Serrano, Section Editor April 6, 2020

On the first day of senior year, twelfth-grade students fill the campus with experience, spirit, and confidence as the oldest members of the student body. Senior year is full of everyone’s lasts. Last...

Words affect our daily mental health and how we live our lives more than most think.

Always Choose Boost

Stephen Serrano, Section Editor March 11, 2020

Words. The complex thing we are taught at a young age to use to communicate such as “hello,” “goodbye,” “I’m happy,” or “I’m sad.” From speaking to our parents through language or reading...

There are so many foods that we store in the fridge, but are actually better off in room temperature.

Oh, No! Not in the Fridge!

Stephen Serrano, Section Editor February 18, 2020

In our bustling day to day lives full of packed schedules and activities in our city of Yorba Linda, buying and storing food are often taken for granted. Thanks to the invention of the refrigerator, any...

The cast of High School Musical: The Musical: The Series embrace in a group hug as they close off the season 1 finale.

The End of Something New

Stephen Serrano, Section Editor January 21, 2020

The hottest new show on Disney’s streaming platform, Disney +, has just wrapped up its first season. Set at East High School in Salt Lake City, Utah, High School Musical: The Musical: The Series (HSMTMTS)...

Gathering for a Friendsgiving celebration, students enjoy each other with scrumptious food and take part in the spirit of the holidays.

The Season of Celebration

Stephen Serrano, Section Editor December 24, 2019

Ahhh. The holidays. A time of year when wearing ugly sweaters and fuzzy socks are the norm and Christmas songs are the only genre on playlists. The holiday season brings a sense of warmth and nostalgia...

Performing at the Head in the Clouds Music Festival, Niki, an artist from 88Rising, is a role model for aspiring Asian musicians all across the world.

Where Are the Asian American Artists in Music?

Stephen Serrano, Section Editor November 13, 2019

A diverse country with numerous races and ethnicities encapsulating most of the world’s nations, the United States is full of various ideas, cultures, and backgrounds. With the variance of people, entertainment...

Starting this summer, K-8 students can no longer be suspended for sleeping in class.

What is Suspension Worthy?

Stephen Serrano, Section Editor October 22, 2019

Whether you are being disruptive multiple times in class or bullying another student, a common public school disciplinary action against bad behavior would be suspension. The range of extremely inappropriate...

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