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American Political Exchange Club

American Political Exchange Club

Christian Muresan, Photojournalist

March 26, 2018


Filed under Features

There is a new club at YLHS, where a collaborative exchange of ideas regarding current and significant events are presented and discussed. The American Political Exchange Club (APEX) emphasizes the importance of giving all students at YLHS the opportunity to partake in a political atmosphere, free fr...

The Lady Mustangs of Lacrosse

The Lady Mustangs of Lacrosse

Kayden Mandley, Photojournalist

March 26, 2018


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Wayne Gretzky once said, “You miss 100% of the chances you don’t take.” This quote exemplifies how the Lady Mustangs of lacrosse are inspired to work their hardest not just for themselves, but for their teammates as well. Lacrosse season has officially begun and the YLHS Lady Lax team is kicki...

Diversity in the Media

Diversity in the Media

Mabel Ra, Editor

March 26, 2018


Filed under Features

Throughout history, diversity has always posed a serious topic. In the late 19th century, diversity did not exist in school settings. In the mid 20th century, due to a lack of diversity of religion, there was a mass genocide against Jewish people. Flash forward to the modern day, and there still exi...

Student Spotlight: Jennifer De Castro

Student Spotlight: Jennifer De Castro

Alexis Wilens, Photojournalist

March 26, 2018


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Many students at YLHS contribute positively to our school, and Jennifer De Castro (12) is for sure one you should know about. She is a student who is dedicated to making the most out of her time at YLHS. Her current goal in life is to “finish her senior year on a high note and make it the best year...

Student Spotlight: Mikayla Buscaino

Student Spotlight: Mikayla Buscaino

Nicole Gagnon, Photojournalist

March 26, 2018


Filed under Features

At Yorba Linda High school, each student has done amazing job contributing to the community in order to make the school excellent. Whether it is participating in events, hosting clubs, or just becoming involved in any way, students at this school show great amounts of school spirit. However, one stu...

“Sorry But We Are Unable to…”

“Sorry But We Are Unable to…”

Katie Cao, Photojournalist

March 26, 2018


Filed under Features

Ping goes the small, yet powerful, notification from someone’s phone. “Omg! Omg, it’s in!” everyone is wildly shouting as they frantically try to open their phones. The anxiety instilled in the room seems to dominate everyone. Finally, one person squeals, “I got in!!!” This phrase is repea...

“Remember the Ladies”

“Remember the Ladies”

Mabel Ra, Editor

March 26, 2018


Filed under Features

For as long as the world can record, women have been an essential element to the betterment of society and global advancements. Women-- as mighty as they are-- have long been underrepresented. However, the month of March is dedicated to Women’s History Month. To commemorate this, we remember the strong wo...

Cha-Ching

Cha-Ching

Christian Muresan, Photojournalist

March 26, 2018


Filed under Features

Many seniors at YLHS will make their big college decisions within the next few weeks. Though many factors are considered when choosing a college, one of the most influential factors is the financial aspect. It is known that the cost of attending college is expensive, but how much does it really cost to...

How Climate Change Will affect your Daily Coffee

How Climate Change Will affect your Daily Coffee

Brandon Russell, Editor

March 26, 2018


Filed under Features, News

With the thought of climate change rapidly increasing throughout the minds of every American, that of the motivation for better coffee just might incentivize Americans’ even more. A recent study, published in Nature Plants found that Ethiopia, the world largest coffee bean producer, could “lose up to sixty per...

Should Teachers Carry Guns?

Should Teachers Carry Guns?

Bita Zadeh, Photojournalist

March 18, 2018


Filed under Features, Opinions

  After meeting with Florida school shooting survivors a few weeks ago, President Trump said he wants "highly trained" teachers to carry guns in an effort to deter the next mass casualty event. Personal opinion can be grouped by age and gender in the highly debated topic: Should teachers carry gu...

YLHS Theatre presents Hello, Dolly!

YLHS Theatre presents Hello, Dolly!

Juliette Fournier, Photojournalist

March 14, 2018


Filed under Features, Showcase

The YLHS Theatre Department opened up their Spring Musical of Hello, Dolly! on Friday March 16th, 2018. Taking place in New York during the early 1900s, this musical is originally based on a book by Michael Stewart. The whole musical is centered around Dolly Levi, a boisterous widow and matchmaker who ...

Chapman Holocaust Contest Finalists

Chapman Holocaust Contest Finalists

Stephen Serrano, Section Editor

March 10, 2018


Filed under Features, Showcase

The Chapman University Annual Holocaust Contest stretches minds and hearts of middle school and high school students each year. The contest started in 2000 as an essay contest and later included art, film, and poetry. Chapman University partners with the 1939 Society in making a highly competitive, bu...

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