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Club Spotlight: CR3W

Club Spotlight: CR3W

Amber Reddish, Photojournalist

November 19, 2017


Filed under Features

Here at Yorba Linda High School we have many diverse clubs ranging from the National Honors Society to the Pasta Club; however, CR3W is a rather unique club compared to  the others. CR3W, which stands for Computers Reaching 3rd World countries, has the goal of spreading the use of technology, not only...

Student Spotlight: Brendan Jacob

Student Spotlight: Brendan Jacob

Allie Steward, Photojournalist

November 19, 2017


Filed under Features

Many students participate in athletics at YLHS, and many of them complete four years of athletics. Brendan Jacob (12), a senior at Yorba Linda, follows this pattern as well. However, unlike most students, Brendan switched up his athletic career path, and might be making a comeback in not only the sport...

Mustang Madness

Mustang Madness

Allie Steward, Photojournalist

November 19, 2017


Filed under Features, Sports

Mustang’s are excited to hear that as football season draws to a close, basketball season is just beginning. All the hype students have doesn't have to end just yet. Thursday, November 16, our basketball teams killed it at Mustang Madness. The freshman, junior varsity, varsity, and YLHS basketball...

Student Spotlight: Brenda Perez

Student Spotlight: Brenda Perez

Alyssa Pepito, Photojournalist

November 19, 2017


Filed under Features

Around YLHS, there are students who are known for their wide range of hobbies and school activities. Brenda Perez (11) stands out as one of the students in YLHS who is interesting and quite unique. She is involved in both advanced video productions and WE Club. During school, she attends the class that e...

A New Rendition of “The Lonely Hour”

A New Rendition of “The Lonely Hour”

Allison Harris, Photojournalist

November 15, 2017


Filed under Features

  A man who's story has turned his breakup and affections for a loved one that is no longer in his life anymore has now become an album that hit number one in the top charts on the third of November in 57 different countries. Artist Sam Smith reveals his new soulful and emotional album, “The Thr...

Behind the Scenes with ASB: Homecoming Week

Behind the Scenes with ASB: Homecoming Week

Allison Harris, Photojournalist

November 15, 2017


Filed under Features

From rallies to dances and spirit week to dress up days, the YLHS student body encourages each and every student to participate with the school and show off their Mustang Pride. Aside from prom, homecoming is the most popular dance of the school year around the U.S. Yorba Linda’s ASB does it all, plan...

The First Robot Citizen

The First Robot Citizen

Mabel Ra, Editor

November 13, 2017


Filed under Features

Since the beginning of civilization, our human citizens have always been human. For the first time in history however, a robot is being granted human citizenship. This robot, named Sophia the Robot, was recently accepted into Saudi Arabia and granted with a full citizenship.  Sophia the Robot was de...

Writer’s Block

Writer’s Block

Katie Cao, Photojournalist

November 12, 2017


Filed under Features

Photojournalists, or anyone to be honest, can be handed an assignment and have either step by step instructions or the single instruction to write whatever they want. Sometimes, writing can come easily. There can be many topics dying to be written on a page, and someone can not possibly pick just one....

The True Meaning of Friendship

The True Meaning of Friendship

Bita Zadeh, Photojournalist

November 12, 2017


Filed under Features

Many of us have people in our lives with whom we feel a strong bond. Time and distance do nothing to diminish the bond we have with these kinds of friends. Why do we have this kind of chemistry with only a few people we know and not with others?   What draws people together as friends? 1  ...

Let It Grow

Let It Grow

Juliette Fournier, Photojournalist

November 10, 2017


Filed under Features

Despite the unbelievable modern medical advances that scientists have been able to achieve, many are still yet to be made. One in particular has been prevalent, a solution to cancer, since cancer cannot officially be cured yet. It is able to be treated but is kept under control rather than being fully...

Roaming through Yorba Linda High School

Roaming through Yorba Linda High School

Delaney Pietsch, Photojournalist

November 8, 2017


Filed under Features

Fifteen minutes before fourth period was over, Yorba Linda High School was filled with energetic students pumped up for the big day. October 13 was the rivalry game day and everyone was nervous for the results, not only the football game, but also the annual canned food drive. With anticipation stirri...

PTSA Taste of YL

PTSA Taste of YL

Alexis Wilens, Photojournalist

November 8, 2017


Filed under Features

PTSA is a group that works hard to make the community and YLHS a more exciting and positive place. PTSA presents the Taste of YL every two years, switching off with Esperanza. This year it took place on November 4, 2017 at Yorba Linda High School. The members of this leadership group and its sponsors donate a...

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