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Yorba Linda for #BlackLivesMatter

Hundreds of protesters gathered in Yorba Linda on June 2 to demand change and justice.

Caitlyn Truong, Editor-in-Chief

June 10, 2020

On Monday, May 25, George Floyd was killed with a police officer’s knee to his neck for eight minutes and forty-six seconds. For the following week, millions across the country and the world protested the demonstration of racist police brutality in a demand for reform and defunding. Many of these pr...

United with the Riots

It is a rare phenomenon to see all 50 states standing together for the same reason. Let’s stay safe and careful during this time!

Eunice Ahn, Photojournalist

June 10, 2020

Right when it seems like the world is calming down amidst the virus, another matter was brought up, which is the injustice against George Floyd due to police brutality. Even though it has been a tough time for everyone, there have still been some positive sides to the riots, as all fifty states of A...

Looters Take Advantage of Protests Throughout the Country

As protests occur throughout the country, looters take advantage of the situation.

Tiana Salisbury, Photojournalist

June 9, 2020

Throughout the United States, people are protesting in response to the death of George Floyd. In the midst of these protests, looters have been taking advantage of the current situation and have been stealing from hundreds of stores. Some looters have traveled in groups, where they could easily destroy...

Taiwan and its Success in Handling COVID-19

Taiwan’s effective coronavirus response has helped the nation avoid a mass shutdown of businesses and schools.

Sharon Sun, Photojournalist

June 8, 2020

In the wake of the Covid-19 outbreak in Wuhan, China, nations throughout the world have been left scrambling for hospital resources and frantically imposing lockdowns on the population. However, the island nation of Taiwan, despite its proximity of 180 kilometers (110 mi) to the Chinese mainland, ha...

Conspiracy: The Quiet Chaos in North Korea

Kim Jong-un with his sister Kim Yo-jong; despite their close relationship, the possibility of her becoming heir is almost obsolete.

Eunice Ahn, Photojournalist

June 8, 2020

Amidst the pandemic around the world, it came to people’s attention about Kim Jong-un’s unusual lack of appearance in public. Rumors spread like wildfire, as theories of his death were all over the internet. Due to lack of evidence, no one was sure whether he was dead or not, until he made his appea...

How the Coronavirus Will Impact the Future of Travel

The coronavirus pandemic will change the way that people travel in the future.

Fiona Salisbury, Photojournalist

June 8, 2020

Travelling is one of the many things that have been taken away from people during the pandemic. As people around the world were forced to avoid crowded places and stay home, the entire travel industry faced losses unlike anything seen before. Due to the fear of travelling during the pandemic most vacati...

Coronavirus: Bad for Us, Good for National Parks

Without people, national parks are flourishing and animals are coming out of hiding.

Tiana Salisbury, Photojournalist

June 4, 2020

Due to the outbreak of the coronavirus, national parks in the United States closed, thus preventing people from visiting. Regardless of their closure, on May 12, a woman illegally entered Yellowstone National Park. While taking pictures of the Old Faithful Geyser, she fell into a thermal feature and...

New Creature Discovered in the Ocean May Now be the World’s Largest Creature

The siphonophore discovered in waters off the coast of Western Australia is said to be about 154 feet.

Kylie de Best, Photojournalist

May 27, 2020

The ocean is filled with a variety of different creatures. From whales to zooplankton, ranging from the size of many school buses to sizes only seen through microscopes, we thought we have seen all the extreme sizes already. However, in a recent discovery, scientists discovered a gigantic creature measuring t...

What movies and events have been canceled because of Coronavirus?

The Coachella Music Festival, one of the biggest music festivals in the country, is just one of many events to be postponed due to the Coronavirus.

Blake Kingsbury, Photojournalist

May 27, 2020

With the Coronavirus pandemic now having made its way all around the globe, many highly anticipated movies and events around the world have been postponed or canceled. This is, of course, since most movie theatres and event venues bring a very large number of people all together in one area, thus caus...

Household Pets and the Coronavirus

People’s concern for pets have resulted in the purchasing or creating of masks or suits for their pets. As the virus has so far been mostly transmitted person to person, President of the American Veterinary Medical Association, Dr. John Howe, says that “this is a total waste of money, a total waste of time.”

Emily Eslao, Photojournalist

May 23, 2020

As of now, there is no definite explanation as to the origin of the current strain of the coronavirus, or COVID-19. Still, “Scientific evidence overwhelmingly points to wildlife,” specifically bats, “as the most likely origin” (NPR). If such is the case, COVID-19 would be considered a “zoonot...

When Should Businesses Reopen?

Many businesses are closed indefinitely until the coronavirus situation improves.

Fiona Salisbury, Photojournalist

May 15, 2020

Around the world and in certain parts of the United States hit less hard by COVID-19, the economy is slowly opening back up for business. People who have lost jobs due to the virus are waiting for the day they can start working again and others are waiting to be able to dine in at their favorite resta...

Census and Coronavirus

The spread of these ads are the result of a $500 million outreach campaign for public education on the efficiency and safety of taking the 2020 Census.

Emily Eslao, Photojournalist

May 15, 2020

Amidst all the confusion of quarantine, there is still a need to carry out the programmed functions. As scheduled, the 2020 Census arrived just as it did in 2010. and as it did another ten years prior. The census is a legal obligation listed under the U.S. Constitution, meant to account for the United...

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