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The Wrangler

The #1 student news site of Yorba Linda High School

The Wrangler

Guerra de la Paz highlights the consumerist tendency to discard perfectly good products, such as gently used clothing, in a sculpture titled Indochine.

Understanding Upcycled Art

Tiana Salisbury, Editor January 22, 2023

As trash continues to accumulate on our planet, people must persist in finding ways to deal with it. While some of our waste is sent to be composted or recycled, the majority of it is sent to landfills,...

Christmas trees have been a long-standing holiday tradition since the 16th century.

Artificial or Real Christmas Trees?

Tiana Salisbury and Fiona Salisbury December 20, 2022

Christmas trees have been a tradition since the 16th century and are still popular decorations for the holiday season. When buying a tree, the buyer must make an important decision: should they purchase...

The study of chrononutrition analyzes how eating patterns affect human health.

Time to Dine!

Tiana Salisbury, Editor November 15, 2022

The average American family eats dinner between 6 and 7 p.m. Meanwhile, countries on the opposite side of the world, such as Italy, choose to eat between 8 and 10 p.m. This staggering difference in dinner...

During times of burnout, taking a break from sports can help relieve stress.

What is High School Athlete Burnout?

Tiana Salisbury, Editor October 8, 2022

Burnout is a typical emotion that students experience at one point in their high school careers. As lethargy and fatigue overcome students, they lose their motivation to continue putting maximum effort...

Golf courses require extensive amounts of water and pesticides to preserve the pristine quality of greens.

How “Green” Are Golf Courses?

Tiana Salisbury, Editor September 25, 2022

Golf is a popular sport to play around the world for people of all ages. As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, many sports could not be played due to enforced safety measures. However, golf was one of...

In contrast to common thought, too much sleep can be just as bad as too little sleep.

How Much Sleep is Too Much Sleep?

Tiana Salisbury, Editor June 7, 2022

When thinking about how much sleep a person should receive, many people tend to think that the more sleep they get, the better. While it is true that people should strive to get over seven hours of sleep...

Apple Inc. shares that the iPod has influenced the company’s other music-playing products, leaving a strong impact even after the product’s discontinuation.

Apple Discontinues the iPod: “The Music Lives On”

Tiana Salisbury, Editor May 25, 2022

On May 10, 2022, Apple Inc. announced the discontinuation of the iPod Touch, the last remaining model of the iPod. iPods were released to the market in October 2001, but the iPod Touch was released in...

An endless scrolling feature easily addicts users to social media, which is profitable for social media companies.

Put an End to Your Endless Scrolling

Tiana Salisbury, Editor May 18, 2022

Social media has changed the world by allowing for increased connectivity between people and the faster diffusion of ideas. To enhance social media features, some platforms, including TikTok, Instagram,...

The Kungsbrohuset in Sweden uses body heat from subway stations to heat office buildings.

Can Body Heat Be an Alternative Energy Source?

Tiana Salisbury, Editor May 16, 2022

In recent years, scientists have been working to find alternative energy sources as nonrenewable sources like coal and natural gas are being depleted and climate change worsens. Scientists have turned...

One of the most popular activities people do outdoors in the summertime is going to the beach.

Things To Do Outdoors This Summer

Tiana Salisbury, Editor May 16, 2022

As stated by the United States Environmental Protection Agency, Americans spend roughly 90 percent of their time indoors. This leaves only a small fraction of time spent outdoors. Although it is certainly...

Children are using electronics more often, leading people to question if children spend too much time using electronics.

Do Children Spend Too Much Time on Electronics?

Tiana Salisbury and Fiona Salisbury May 13, 2022

As we sat eating dinner with our family one evening on vacation, we couldn’t help but focus on the peculiar behavior of a family that sat adjacent to our table. At this unsightly table sat a family of...

Parents exploit their children for likes, followers, and profit on social media platforms.

The Exploitation of Children on Social Media

Tiana Salisbury, Editor April 4, 2022

Today, many parents create and run social media accounts for their children. Whether this is on TikTok, Instagram, YouTube, or another platform, parents highlight parts of their child’s life to attract...

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