The Wrangler

A Farewell to Room 370

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

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 impacted my life and my entire high school experience. Inside and outside of this class, The W...


After three years, I and my fellow newspaper seniors bid The Wrangler goodbye.

Caitlyn Truong, Editor-in-Chief

June 10, 2020

Four years ago, I entered high school with a very little grasp of where my interests lied. I was focused on finding friends and avoiding getting lost, not an extra class--and a zero period one, at that.   Three years ago, I joined newspaper as a photojournalist, uncertain about my inexperien...

2020 Pride

This Virtual Pride event is one of the many ways the LGBT+ community has reached out and shifted to online platforms.

Emily Eslao, Photojournalist

June 9, 2020

The beginning of June marks the beginning of Pride month, a time to celebrate and recognize the LGBT+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, and others) community in a welcoming environment. It honors the 1969 Stonewall riots, the “tipping point for the Gay Liberation Movement in the United States” (Librar...

Dear Seniors, I’m Sorry. Sincerely, A Junior

Yorba Linda High School fences covered with banners of every senior to give appreciation to the hard work they put in High School.

Emma Khamo, Section Editor

June 9, 2020

Dear Seniors,  I write this letter one week before your graduation as a junior who is completely inspired by YOU! You came into school the week of March 9, 2020, with absolutely no clue what was about to happen (we all did). By the middle of the week, the rumors started, however, you still were un...

10 Activities to Do in Quarantine

Three art pieces that Suhani has spent her free time drawing.

Suhani Bhanvadia, Photojournalist

June 8, 2020

During such a scary time, it is good to distract ourselves from the fear brought about by this virus. As the news is flooded with updates, staying home and filling our brains with worry is not the best way to kill our time. So here are a few fun activities that will keep you from going crazy while quar...

Quarantined Night Owls

The pandemic’s impact on sleep is not limited to California; the image shows that sleeping schedules are changing drastically across the nation.

Emily Eslao, Photojournalist

June 8, 2020

With California still in quarantine, people are looking for further notice on the stay-home order. Currently, only essential activity, retail, and necessary infrastructure are officially allowed in the state. (Covid19 CA Gov). Most of the population is still living under a new quarantine lifestyle, completely dis...

Passing the Banner: From One Cartoonist to the Next

Please contact Mrs. Shay should you be interested in applying.

Zachary Ninomiya, Section Editor/Cartoonist

June 8, 2020

To Whom It May Concern,   If you’re reading this, congratulations! You’ve shown interest in the job of “cartoonist” for The Wrangler.  This article is not meant to scare you away from or force you into this job, it is merely meant to help you decide whether or not you want to take ...

Black-Owned Businesses in Orange County

Protein Lab, a definite favorite among Yorba Linda High School students, is one of the many black-owned businesses in Orange County.

Riley Pietsch, Photojournalist

June 8, 2020

Across the globe, people have been reacting to the police brutality murder of black American citizen George Floyd. Streets have become filled with proud individuals hoping to make Floyd’s, along with many other victims, name heard. Protesters of all different ages and all different races have come t...


Many people have been sharing their peculiar and often times humorous dreams with the hashtag #pandemicdreams.

Sarah Meadows, Section Editor

June 8, 2020

It is no question that a majority of people have experienced unusually vivid dreams over the course of this quarantine. As a matter of fact, it has become such a common reoccurrence that it has appeared on national news, scientists have done research regarding it, and there is even a twitter hashtag...

Senior Spotlight: Lily Johnson

Senior, Lily Johnson, ends her final days as a Mustang at home and plans to attend University of Rhode Island in the fall.

Katherine Ortiz, Photojournalist

June 8, 2020

Sadly, our 2020 YLHS seniors do not have the privilege of the normal end of high school. No graduation. No senior day. Not even having the last months of high school with the people they have spent the past four years with. This senior spotlight falls on Lily Johnson (12), to give her the commemoration she...

Clubs Staying Active During Quarantine

SOuP Club delivers 56 masks in their first donation to St. Jude Hospital.

Suhani Bhanvadia, Photojournalist

June 8, 2020

Now that the world has been what seems to be shut down due to the coronavirus, many events have been canceled or postponed. As many clubs relied on community events and meeting up in person, their board members have found numerous ways to stay active and continue moving forward with their aspirations....

How to Stay Fit at Home

Featured in this image are Pamela Reif along with Sydney Cummings.

Claire Koltura, Photojournalist

June 4, 2020

The worldwide pandemic has changed our regular routines with staying active. While some of us continuously workout, others binge-watch Netflix with a bag of chips. Everyone has their perspective on two prevalent habits during this time in history. As gyms are still closed in California, there are a variety...

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