The Wrangler

Farewell

Farewell

Nikita Kheni, Editor-in-Chief

June 9, 2018


Filed under Features

This is my goodbye to newspaper. I have poured my heart and soul into the program for the past four years. I have loved capturing the experiences of our student body, reporting on news I’m passionate about, and learning how to be a leader. This program has given me some amazing opportunities that I ne...

A Brief History of Afghanistan and the War

A Brief History of Afghanistan and the War

Sanaz Kharazmi, Photojournalist

June 6, 2018


Filed under Features, News

Once a kingdom of its own, a vital part of the Persian Empire, and a hot spot for the Silk Road, Afghanistan was once far from the stereotype of being a doomed war zone. Nowadays, many years after Soviet occupation and a volatile, ongoing war, many forget the beauty and impact this country had on the ...

Yorba Linda Icon: Carson Dike

Yorba Linda Icon: Carson Dike

Sanaz Kharazmi, Photojournalist

June 6, 2018


Filed under Features

Stylish, easy going, and soon to graduate from Yorba Linda High School, Carson Dike is easily one of the most recognizable faces on campus. Starting in the fall later this year, Carson plans on continuing his education at the renowned George Washington University in Washington, D.C. Clearly on the road toward...

Why Algae is becoming the next best Food Item

Why Algae is becoming the next best Food Item

Brandon Russell, Editor

June 4, 2018


Filed under Features, News, Opinions

For centuries that of the environment and the culmination of food has been at an all time crisis and has progressively become a counterintuitive act throughout that of the United States and even the World. Coming from a new scientific discovery, that of Algae is just one of the newest forms of up and c...

Can Graffiti Ever be Considered Art?

Can Graffiti Ever be Considered Art?

Grace Kim, Photojournalist

June 4, 2018


Filed under Features

In major cities like Los Angeles and New York, most buildings have some type of writing or drawing painted on their walls. Although some of these murals are created on purpose, several are done without the owner’s acknowledgement. Graffiti, also known as street art, defines paintings or words writ...

Self-Compassion Over Self-Criticism

Self-Compassion Over Self-Criticism

Mabel Ra, Editor

June 4, 2018


Filed under Features

Cameka Smith once said, “You can be your own worst critic or your biggest supporter.”   When it comes to the dilemma between staying positive versus being negative, it can be easy to succumb to the pitfalls of negativity. A simple criticism of one’s fault might not seem harmful, but in act...

Summer To-Do’s

Summer To-Do’s

Jaylin Mandley, Editor

June 3, 2018


Filed under Features

While finals are fast approaching and seniors are headed their way out the doors of high school, that means it’s time to start looking at the bathing suit aisle because summer is on the horizon. Whether this summer is a short pause from high school or a quick break before beginning an adventure at colle...

Mental Health Days

Mental Health Days

Katie Cao, Photojournalist

June 3, 2018


Filed under Features

Throughout the school year, students find themselves stressed about all of the work that they have to complete. Whether it be due to procrastination or the workload of homework everyday or multiple tests in one day, students become so mentally drained. Not just physically- due to long, late nights- but m...

The End

The End

Katie Cao, Photojournalist

June 3, 2018


Filed under Features

Senior year, the year that all high schoolers look forward to with bright eyes. That is the year that everyone finds out where they will be dispersed across the country to their new lives in a higher education. That is the year that everyone will have the most fun, and make the best memories, and be ...

Laurel or Yanny?

Laurel or Yanny?

Kayden Mandley, Photojournalist

June 3, 2018


Filed under Features, Uncategorized

Usually the media is divided on different topics, but it rarely happens when the internet is practically breaking down simultaneously over a certain subject. Well, that is what happened last week when the great Laurel/Yanny debate of 2018 exploded all over the internet. It all started when a Reddit ac...

“Gogh” to the Art Show

“Gogh” to the Art Show

Juliette Fournier, Photojournalist

June 3, 2018


Filed under Features

YLHS had its annual art show in the YLHS library on May 23 and May 24th. Every year, this show is open to all students and teachers throughout the school day. On the first day of its opening, it is also available to the public from 6 to 8 PM. Every visual arts class is featured in this show: Art Fundamenta...

Choosing the Best College for You

Choosing the Best College for You

Allison Harris, Photojournalist

June 3, 2018


Filed under Features

As college acceptances are spilling out, students around the country are deciding what choice is best for their future. Although there sadly is no magic button telling you which college or university is ultimately best for you, there are questions and tools to help narrow your options on this journey. ...

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