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YLHS Mustang Juggling Sports

YLHS Mustang Juggling Sports

October 3, 2014


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HOMECOMING TIME!

HOMECOMING TIME!

Evelyn Chan, Photojournalist

October 1, 2014


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Brace yourselves, it’s that time of year again - October: the month of sweets, treats, and tricks; but more importantly, HOMECOMING! For all of you who are unaware of this yearly dance, whether you grab a date or go with a group of friends, Homecoming is a time to get all dressed up and ready to party!...

Homecoming

Homecoming

Hannah Kim, Photojournalist

October 1, 2014


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It’s that time of the year again!! It’s the time of football games, fall, and HOMECOMING! This year homecoming is on October 25, 2014 in the big gym at YLHS. Ticket sales are this week so you guys better start planning! Tickets can be purchased at the YLHS ASB office anytime during lunch or before/after...

Rest in Peace, iPod Classic

Rest in Peace, iPod Classic

Angela Chuang, Photojournalist

September 25, 2014


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On October 23, 2001, Apple released the world’s first iPod, the iPod Classic.  At the time, the Classic had 5-10 GB of storage, but within 7 years, it increased to 160 GB.  On September 9, 2014,  Apple quietly discontinued the 12 year-old iPod Classic. Instead of announcing the discontinuation...

A Warm Mustang Welcome

A Warm Mustang Welcome

Aroosa Malik, Photojournalist

September 24, 2014


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Every year YLHS welcomes new teachers on our campus! Many have traveled from different states or from a different country. We are proud to announce Mrs. Estrada, Mr. Linebarger, Mrs. Toxqui,and Mr. Kemp as the new members that are now proudly representing our Mustang family.   Mrs. Estrada teaches our students a...

The Giver Movie Review

The Giver Movie Review

Ryan Birchfield, Photojournalist

September 23, 2014


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Although some may say that the book The Giver was better than its film adaptation, I believe that the film does a better job of portraying the dystopian society along with the theme of the novel that governments should not stifle people’s rights to choice and free will.   Although very d...

Labor Day

Labor Day

Heather Gammon, Co-Editor-in-Chief

August 31, 2014


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To students, Labor Day has become symbolic of the end of summer, ushering in the start school. To others, Labor Day means a day off of work. But many who enjoy this long weekend remain ignorant of this holiday's fascinating origins.

Golden Gate Bridge Gets a Safety Net

Golden Gate Bridge Gets a Safety Net

Heather Gammon

June 29, 2014


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Over the years, hundreds of people have leaped to their deaths from the Golden Gate Bridge into the San Francisco Bay. Now, something's being done.

Through the Google Glass

Through the Google Glass

Melody Ra, Editor-In-Chief

June 24, 2014


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Once again, the innovative Google Company seeks to broaden society’s parochial views; and this time, it’s literal. Google Glass, the company’s latest product, is a portable computer that is designed to be placed upon one’s head. Two years since its unveiling, the Google Glass can now be purchased...

Soylent: Goodbye Food?

Soylent: Goodbye Food?

Melody Ra, Editor-In-Chief

June 21, 2014


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In order to sustain life, the human body requires the two basic necessities: food and water. However, as the adage states, “moderation is key.” Living in a society encircled with the omnipresence of “junk foods,” the American diet dramatically exceeds its minimal requirements, making it difficult to ...

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