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The Romaine Lettuce Recall

The Romaine Lettuce Recall

Salma Almoradi, Photojournalist

December 11, 2018


Filed under Features

As of Sunday, November 26, 2018, 43 people in 12 of the US states and 22 people in Canada have become ill due to the E. coli outbreak in Romaine lettuce. Because of the outbreak, the FDA has given several steps to inform consumers about the origins and harvest dates of lettuce.   One sugg...

Holly Jolly Arts Extravaganza

Holly Jolly Arts Extravaganza

Mabel Ra, Editor

December 11, 2018


Filed under Features, Showcase

Each year, the Yorba Linda High School Fine Arts Commissioners work to put together Fine Arts Week, a week-long school event dedicated to acknowledging and appreciating the various arts programs that exist at YLHS. This year, the arts commissioners, Allie Mortensen (11) and Corinne Green (11) coordinated...

“Out of Focus” Winners

“Out of Focus” Winners

Grace Kim, Section Editor

December 11, 2018


Filed under A and E, Features

Every year, the Yorba Linda Public Library and the Richard Nixon Presidential Library hold an art show for students in neighboring high schools and middle schools. There are multiple art categories that applicants can choose from including photography, drawing and painting, short story, graphic design, an...

YLHS Newspaper and Yearbook Take New York!

YLHS Newspaper and Yearbook Take New York!

Stephen Serrano, Section Editor

December 11, 2018


Filed under Features, Showcase

Yes, you read that right, a handful of our students in our YLHS Newspaper and Yearbook classes have gone, seen, and experienced the “concrete jungle”, New York City. The Yorba Lindans left sunny Southern California and flew across the entire country to the not-so-sunny New York from Nov. 1-6. This tr...

It’s in Your Head, Not Your Bed

It’s in Your Head, Not Your Bed

Sarah Meadows, Photojournalist

December 11, 2018


Filed under Features

Picture this: an adolescent girl is paralyzed under her sheets at 3:02 am, refusing to move a muscle so as to diminish the possibility of the monster under her bed hearing her lungs exhale, her heart beat, or even her eyelashes flutter. Wide-eyed and teary-eyed, the girl sits, but she does not sleep. T...

Bullet Journal: Planner, Diary, Sketchbook, Whatever!

Bullet Journal: Planner, Diary, Sketchbook, Whatever!

Kathleen Toblesky, Photojournalist

December 11, 2018


Filed under Features

Getting through school and daily tasks can be a handful. Planners and to-do lists simply aren’t enough to manage the day anymore. Planners don’t fit all your needs, to-do lists get out of hand, sticky notes get lost, and calendars are just forgotten. But what if there was an easier way? Something th...

The DNA Craze: Ellis Island

The DNA Craze: Ellis Island

Gabby McCutchan, Editor

December 11, 2018


Filed under Features

Ellis Island. What exactly is Ellis Island? Situated next to Liberty Island in New York, Ellis Island actually happens to be of substantial importance to the ancestry of countless Americans, as it is estimated that 40% of Americans have genealogy traced back to Ellis Island. From 1892 up until 1954, ...

Relieving Stress with Art Therapy

Relieving Stress with Art Therapy

Bita Zadeh, Photojournalist

December 4, 2018


Filed under Features

Other than making mindless doodles in the pages of your notebook while you’re bored in class, if you’re like most teenagers, you don’t express yourself with art like you did as a kid. You may not think you're any good at creating art, or you may not think it's worth your time, but art is actually...

Exclusive Interview: New Teachers

Exclusive Interview: New Teachers

Janet Han, Editor

December 4, 2018


Filed under Features

This year, YLHS has gained five new teachers. Some students may already be familiar with one, or two, or even all of them. However, many others have yet to meet all of the new teachers, so in order to get to know them a bit better, we have conducted an interview of all of them.   Tell us ...

School Systems Abroad Compared to the United States

School Systems Abroad Compared to the United States

Grace Kim, Section Editor

December 4, 2018


Filed under Features

In a generation of advancements in sciences and technology, education is emphasized among several countries throughout the world. Just like how every culture and tradition vary between different parts of the world, school education systems are also drastically different. Mary Liu (12)  is “aware of ...

Fall in Love with Fall

Fall in Love with Fall

Grace Kim, Section Editor

December 4, 2018


Filed under Features

Goodbye Summer, hello Autumn. As days get shorter and leaves begin to accentuate their bright orange and yellow hue, Yorba Linda High School students know that Fall has finally arrived. People start embracing the “sweater weather” by wearing  warmer clothing and layering on different pieces. While Star...

Fusion Foods: The Next Big Thing?

Fusion Foods: The Next Big Thing?

Grace Kim, Section Editor

December 4, 2018


Filed under Features

Food for thought: Imagine having two different cuisines from entirely diverse cultures at once. Over the past generation, globalization has united a variety of countries and cultures including food. United States, especially, due to its diverse population, opened the market to fusion foods.   R...

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