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The Climbing Cost of College

The Climbing Cost of College

Juliette Fournier, Editor

November 28, 2018


Filed under Features

High school students, especially upperclassmen, have started doing college research to plan their next steps after high school. Looking through all the amazing programs offered, exploring the campus, and researching all that a university can provide, one probably finds a university that seems like th...

NBC Studios Tour

NBC Studios Tour

November 28, 2018


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For almost a century, NBC studios has been a huge part of our culture. Founded in 1926 originally as a radio broadcasting network, NBC holds the title for the oldest broadcast network in America. Since the network’s debut, , the network has never failed to make itself prominent in the time period. ...

All About Alexander Hindeleh

All About Alexander Hindeleh

Salma Almoradi, Photojournalist

November 27, 2018


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Whether it is his education or his extracurricular activities, Alexander Hindeleh successes at it all. Many of his friends and family call him “Alex.” Being only sixteen years old as a senior, Alex has accomplished many things. For example, Alex is currently a member of the Parent Teacher Student A...

The Annual Halloween Fashion Show

The Annual Halloween Fashion Show

Mabel Ra, Editor

November 27, 2018


Filed under Features, Showcase

Each Halloween, Yorba Linda High School ASB works hard to put together the Halloween Fashion Show. The day revolves around participating Mustangs who willingly dress up to school in costume. From there, the students, who wish to participate, categorize themselves and enter the competition.   T...

Hang Loose, Dude!

Hang Loose, Dude!

Sarah Meadows, Photojournalist

November 27, 2018


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The stereotypical California vibe can be portrayed by a group of teenagers hoping into the bed of a 1975 Ford Bronco, driving along PCH and heading towards the beach for a day of surf. Now, whether or not this stereotype is accurate or not, the beach, surfing, and carefree souls are embedded in the b...

How Google Dominated the Classroom

How Google Dominated the Classroom

Courtney Huitt, Photojournalist

November 21, 2018


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Since the transition from of pen and paper to keyboard and screen, the excuse of “my dog ate my homework” is not a convincing argument for students of the twenty-first century. Most homework and in-class assignments from math to language arts are fully completed and submitted online. Google has ta...

Student Spotlight: Sarah Kim

Student Spotlight: Sarah Kim

Caitlyn Truong, Editor

November 21, 2018


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With a dedication to her community, a talent for tennis, and a genuine enthusiasm for her school, it is difficult to find another student as well-rounded and passionate as Sarah Kim (11). In the sea of hundreds of students at Yorba Linda High School, Sarah truly stands apart as one of the most invol...

Student Spotlight: Isaiah Seo

Student Spotlight: Isaiah Seo

Wayne Chan, Editor-in-Chief

November 13, 2018


Filed under Features, Uncategorized

Few people have been able to nurture the same academic perfection that Isaiah Seo has achieved. Even though Isaiah was homeschooled for most of his life, throughout his four years in high school, Isaiah Seo has always been known for his intelligence and involvement in school activities. Currently, I...

The 9/11 Memorial Museum: Transforming the World and Everyone in It

The 9/11 Memorial Museum: Transforming the World and Everyone in It

Emily Ito, Section Editor

November 12, 2018


Filed under Features, Opinions

9/11 was an event that shook the entire world, leaving a profound impact on society as a whole. The terrorist attacks left the United States in devastation as people tried to cope with the tragedy. The US continues to work towards recovery while also remembering and honoring the victims of the event. In or...

Breaking Through the Red Ribbon: Exploring the Effectiveness of Drug Free Awareness Week

Breaking Through the Red Ribbon: Exploring the Effectiveness of Drug Free Awareness Week

Emily Ito, Section Editor

November 12, 2018


Filed under Features, Opinions

Drugs. Alcohol. Smoking. Partying. These words have become synonymous with the high school experience. Drug use especially has become ridiculously prevalent amongst all high schools across the United States. According to Newport Academy, more than 60% of teens have attested to seeing the use, distribution...

We Love the Hate Company Spotlight

We Love the Hate Company Spotlight

Brandon Russell, Editor in Chief

November 7, 2018


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Entrepreneurship is a skill that many Americans hope and dream to maintain in this world that prides itself on the American dream. Shows like Shark Tank, are ones that aid in the production and reality of that dream; however, local company, We Love the Hate, used pure marketing and word of mouth to ...

Meeting Arwa Damon

Meeting Arwa Damon

Salma Almoradi, Photojournalist

November 6, 2018


Filed under Features

On the afternoon of Friday, October 19, 2018, Syrian- American Emmy Award Winner Journalist Arwa Damon hosted a media workshop. Basically, she talked about how to get into the media and have an influence. Arwa also shared some of her experiences as a journalist as well as how she got to where she is ...

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