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Robin Williams: The Man Behind the Voice

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Brandon Burns, Photojournalist

September 30, 2014

There have been many things written in the last few months about the life and death of Robin Williams. He had a life filled with his brilliant comedic timing, an unnatural gift at improv and voice acting, and captivating performances in such movies as Dead Poets Society and Good Will Hunting. His name has beco...

Rest in Peace, iPod Classic

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Steve Jobs with the first iPod Classic.

Angela Chuang, Photojournalist

September 25, 2014

On October 23, 2001, Apple released the world’s first iPod, the iPod Classic.  At the time, the Classic had 5-10 GB of storage, but within 7 years, it increased to 160 GB.  On September 9, 2014,  Apple quietly discontinued the 12 year-old iPod Classic. Instead of announcing the discontinuation...

YLHS Grad: Jessica Richens – So You Think You Can Dance Finalist

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Nathan Shube, A & E Editor

September 24, 2014

Imagine four year old Jessica Richens walking into a dance studio for the first time. Who would have guessed that she would be a finalist on So You Think You Can Dance Season 11, only 14 years later. Yorba Linda High School is only six years old, and it is already producing top level performers on a n...

There She Is… Miss America 2015!

There She Is... Miss America 2015!

Kiannah Dole, Photojournalist

September 24, 2014

Start spreadin’ the news! Miss New York 2014 Kira Kazantsev’s life was changed forever when she was crowned as Miss America 2015 on September 14, 2014! Her coronation was the third consecutive win for the state of New York with Mallory Hagan as Miss New York 2012, then Miss America 2013; and N...

The Giver Movie Review

The Giver Movie Review

Ryan Birchfield, Photojournalist

September 23, 2014

Although some may say that the book The Giver was better than its film adaptation, I believe that the film does a better job of portraying the dystopian society along with the theme of the novel that governments should not stifle people’s rights to choice and free will.   Although very d...

Hollywood Obsessions

Photo courtesy of The Wall Street Journal

Evelyn Chan, Photojournalist

September 23, 2014

Carrie Underwood, Kourtney Kardashian, and Mila Kunis. A singer, a reality star, and an actress. So, what do they all have in common? Their baby bumps! Didn’t answer that correctly? Try this one out:   Justin Bieber, Big Sean, and Ian Somerhalder. A singer, a rapper, and an actor. Now...

Tech Takes Over

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Yeah, technology took over this guy

Tulsi Kardani, Photojournalist

September 13, 2014

The number one advancement in today’s society is technology. Everyday there are new discoveries on how to advance technology and make it efficient. As society progresses, some might say that technology is getting better whereas some might say it’s getting worse. In a recent board of education meeting,...

“The Fault in Our Stars” Movie Review

Heather Gammon, Co-Editor-in-Chief

June 19, 2014

Overall, I'd give The Fault In Our Stars  a solid "B."   For starters, I certainly enjoyed the beautiful scenery of the streets of Amsterdam. Such sights of splendor effortlessly lent themselves to the intense romantic mood. In contrast, however, the bleak scenes at the hospital and at h...

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