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Cure for HIV?

Cure for HIV?

Stephen Serrano, Section Editor

April 23, 2019


Filed under Features, Opinions

HIV, also known as human immunodeficiency virus, is a highly deadly disease that causes and leads to AIDS, if not treated. Spread through blood or through sexual activity, HIV and AIDS attack the person’s immune system until they inevitably perish. For as long as we have known in modern medicine, ...

Abduction Survivor Midsi Sanchez Starts Child Safety Foundation

Abduction Survivor Midsi Sanchez Starts Child Safety Foundation

Bita Zadeh, Photojournalist

April 23, 2019


Filed under Features, News

Almost two decades ago, Midsi Sanchez was eight years old when she survived a harrowing ordeal of being abducted by a stranger in Vallejo. She was an elementary school student walking home from school when she was kidnapped by a stranger named Curtis Dean Anderson. As an elementary student, Midsi Sa...

Vaccines: Yay or Nay

Vaccines: Yay or Nay

Eunice Ahn, Photojournalist

April 23, 2019


Filed under Features

With the weather slowly changing from the cold to hot, there have been many students catching colds. As a result, there has been controversy regarding vaccines and whether or not they are needed or if they really do help.   Between January 1 and March 28, there have been 387 cases of measles in 15 U.S...

Elina Savalia: Off to Bigger and Better

Elina Savalia: Off to Bigger and Better

Gabby McCutchan, Editor

April 9, 2019


Filed under Features

No one can deny the overwhelming sense of accomplishment and relief we’ll feel or do feel senior year when receiving our acceptance letters. The crackling sound the envelope generates as it reaches sweaty palms, the overly-cautious motion of opening it to reveal its inner contents- gestures that all...

Does it Spark Joy?

Does it Spark Joy?

Grace Kim, Section Editor

April 9, 2019


Filed under Features

The Marie Kondo effect, also known as the tidying tide, is decluttering closets and organizing homes throughout the United States, Europe, and Asia. Marie Kondo is a japanese organizing consultant that seek happiness through organizing and cleaning. In fact, Marie Kondo has sold 4 best seller books, i...

The Relationship of Parent and Child Throughout the Years

The Relationship of Parent and Child Throughout the Years

Kathleen Toblesky, Photojournalist

April 9, 2019


Filed under Features, Opinions

As time progresses, society changes its views on what was once considered the norm. One of these things is the role of the parent and how they’re involved in or how they influence their children’s lives.   Should children respect and obey their parents without question? Should a parent have ...

The Artists of 505: Marketers in the Making

The Artists of 505: Marketers in the Making

Zachary Ninomiya, Photojournalist/Cartoonist

April 9, 2019


Filed under Features

It’s a known fact that Disney has established itself as “the happiest place on Earth,” as well as one of the largest successful conglomerates in the world. These titles make Disney the perfect role model for young business students. On Friday, March 22, 2019, through Disney’s Youth Education...

Boeing Plane Crashes

Boeing Plane Crashes

Salma Almoradi, Photojournalist

April 9, 2019


Filed under Features

On the morning of March 10, 2019,  Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 crashed killing all 157 people on board. The plane took off from Addis Ababa and was flying on its way to Nairobi, Kenya. Also, Lion Air Flight 610 crashed into the Java Sea in Indonesia almost a little less than half a year ago on Oc...

What’s Up with Rap?

What’s Up with Rap?

Sarah Meadows, photojournalist

April 9, 2019


Filed under Features

When driving through the streets of Yorba Linda, one may notice the masses of teenagers jamming to provocative rap songs on the highest volume possible with the windows rolled down for the whole city to hear. For older generations, it is puzzling as to why such unpleasant and rather inappropriate “mus...

Teacher of the Year: Mr. Peacock

Teacher of the Year: Mr. Peacock

Courtney Huitt, Photojournalist

April 9, 2019


Filed under Features

This past Friday, March 29, ASB held the Renaissance Rally honoring students for their academic, athletic, and service achievements. Also announced was the teacher of the year, voted for by the students of Yorba Linda High School. This year, Mr. Peacock (Staff) was honored with the teacher of the year...

The Super Bloom Apocalypse

The Super Bloom Apocalypse

Delaney Pietsch, Photojournalist

April 9, 2019


Filed under Features

Recently in Southern California there has been an outburst of beautiful flowers growing across the country. This is due to the recent rainfall and the flower seeds that have been waiting to be planted around California. The main flower drawing attention are the California Poppies. Thousand of these beau...

Is Cable Television Going Extinct?

Is Cable Television Going Extinct?

Brandon Russell, Editor In Chief

April 3, 2019


Filed under Features

Between Netflix, Hulu, Amazon TV, Apple TV, and Espn, the ongoing trend away from cable television is continuing to move forward. With the recent incorporation of Apple Tv that instantly hooks up to one's television, the need for cable is dwindling each and every day. From prices being drastically l...

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