The Wrangler

A Reflection on Heroes

A Reflection on Heroes

Juliette Fournier, Editor

October 21, 2018


Filed under Features

Drawing, painting, writing, dancing, composing, filming, taking photos. For the past 50 years, the PTA has organized Reflections, a contest which allows students from Pre K-12 to participate. Students submit anything from drawings to choreographies to literature. All entries are based around a theme chosen...

Ceramics: Kilns, Clay, and Craftsmanship

Ceramics: Kilns, Clay, and Craftsmanship

Courtney Huitt, Photojournalist

October 21, 2018


Filed under Features

YLHS offers a multitude of art classes for students to express their creative side, including ceramics. Brent Hendry is the teacher of regular and advanced ceramics here at YLHS. Brent Hendry (Staff) recollects that his first encounter with ceramics was in high school. He had taken all of the other art...

Victory at CSUF 2018 – YLHS Speech and Debate

Victory at CSUF 2018 – YLHS Speech and Debate

Caitlyn Truong, Editor

October 21, 2018


Filed under Features

Congratulations to Yorba Linda High School’s Speech and Debate team for competing in their first tournament at CSUF! Students of the Speech and Debate team competed in the invitational from October 13 to October 14, where several Mustang competitors won awards for their performances.   As ...

Teen Driving: Go or No Go?

Teen Driving: Go or No Go?

Sarah Meadows, Photojournalist

October 21, 2018


Filed under Features

The American Sweet 16, characterized by extravagant parties and extravagant cars, is an event that society holds rather high. Not too far from the truth, movies spread depictions of teenage boys and girls celebrating their 16th birthday as if it were their last year on Earth. While endless parties, g...

How have high school dances changed?

How have high school dances changed?

Juliette Fournier, Editor

October 21, 2018


Filed under Features

As homecoming slowly approaches, YLHS students become increasingly excited to attend the first formal dance of the year. It’s the time of shopping for dresses, renting tuxes, buying corsages and boutonnieres, and finding dates. Some people may wonder, how much have dances changed since our teachers were...

Student Spotlight: Dani Mallat

Student Spotlight: Dani Mallat

Emily Ito, Section Editor

October 21, 2018


Filed under Features, Showcase

Being a truly well-rounded individual is no easy feat. Maintaining stellar grades, playing multiple sports, and being an active member of the community is something that takes immense dedication and hardwork. While balancing various activities is a difficult task, Dani Mallat (11) handles it with grace and int...

Student Spotlight: Jordan Bruce

Student Spotlight: Jordan Bruce

Gabby McCutchan, Editor

October 16, 2018


Filed under Features

There are countless amounts of remarkable students who attend Yorba Linda High School. Whether it be a sport or a club, or even a language, everyone holds that one thing dear to our hearts that distinctly sets us apart from the rest of our peers. So what exactly sets Jordan Bruce, a junior here at YL, apa...

All About College

All About College

Salma Almoradi, Photojournalist

October 16, 2018


Filed under Features

It is time for seniors to apply colleges, but many still lack all the necessary information they need in order to decide what colleges they want to go to and to complete the application process. The YLHS counselors came into senior classes and talked to each senior individually to hear their plans as well as ...

Behind the Scenes of Mustang Mix

Behind the Scenes of Mustang Mix

Mabel Ra, Editor

October 16, 2018


Filed under Features

Every two weeks, Yorba Linda High School Mustangs get to enjoy a ten-minute broadcast, known as Mustang Mix, during their third period. While Mustangs only see the end result of Mustang Mix, it’s nice to appreciate the significant effort that is put forth into each of these broadcasts by the Advance...

Tracking Students: Is It Worth It?

Tracking Students: Is It Worth It?

Gabby McCutchan, Editor

October 16, 2018


Filed under Features

As high schoolers, the desire for independence constantly runs rapid through our minds. We continuously feels as though parents/adults are persistently trying to discover new ways to keep their eye on us, and there’s a new method that has taken it stance nationally. Tracking apps. Apps such as Lif...

PSATurday

PSATurday

Caitlyn Truong, Editor

October 14, 2018


Filed under Ads, Features

The futures of millions of students rest on the PSAT, a standardized test taking place on October 13. While some may brush the PSAT off as an unimportant prequel to the more intimidating SAT, the PSAT is also the National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (NMSQT) and is more important than most studen...

The Nightmare Before Homecoming

The Nightmare Before Homecoming

Stephen Serrano, Section Editor

October 14, 2018


Filed under Features

With only four short years in high school, it is important to live it up to its fullest. Some of the major events in high school every year are dances. Specifically, the Homecoming dance is a special night where students gather in the gym to have a great time with their friends at the start of the sch...

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