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Judge Rules in Favor of Harvard in Admissions Case

Judge Rules in Favor of Harvard in Admissions Case

Janet Han, Section Editor

October 14, 2019

A judge ruled in favor of Harvard University in a case about discrimination towards Asian Americans last Tuesday, October 1.    The lawsuit began in 2014 when Students for Fair Admissions, Inc. filed a case against Harvard. Harvard, they claimed, “discriminates against Asian American applica...

Break in at the Buzz- Local Business Robbed

Break in at the Buzz- Local Business Robbed

Kobi Khong, Photojournalist

October 14, 2019

Earlier this month a break in occurred within our community; local businesses iTea and SugarBuzz were robbed in the early hours of the morning with the burglars smashing into the stores in order to take money from the cash registers. In an interview with Yorba Linda High School’s the Wrangler, Rubab ...

The Unveiling of “Fake Students”: College Admissions Scandal Pt.3

The Unveiling of “Fake Students”: College Admissions Scandal Pt.3

Eunice Ahn, Photojournalist

October 14, 2019

Many people were shocked in March earlier this year with the news that parents are bribing people for their child to be accepted into the college of their choice. This has brought many arrests, notably of of Lori Loughlin. Much more parents have been caught, but another huge arrest that was made was t...

Trump’s Impeachment Begins?

Trump’s Impeachment Begins?

Claire Koltura, Photojournalist

October 14, 2019

Impeachment of a President has had mixed feelings stringed through the United States of America. A definition of impeachment happens when a president is removed from office based on criminal charges defined by laws. Talk about impeaching Trump has circled but hasn’t completely been established through...

Those Pesky Likes on Facebook May be No Longer

Those Pesky Likes on Facebook May be No Longer

Tiana Salisbury, Photojournalist

October 11, 2019

For many people, social media is all about optimizing their likes and followers. As many people may know, likes and followers are the “currency” of social media which determine how “popular” someone is. This generates pressure or stress for users who are concerned about how many likes each of th...

Edison Could Shut Off Power Throughout Southern California

Edison Could Shut Off Power Throughout Southern California

Blake Kingsbury, Photojournalist

October 7, 2019

According to a statement from Southern California Edison earlier this month, as many as 89,500 customers throughout Los Angeles, San Bernardino, Santa Barbara, Kern and Riverside counties could have their power shut off this Autumn should the seasonally Santa Ana winds become too extreme.  As of ...

The Fall of the Mall

The Fall of the Mall

Caitlyn Truong, Editor-in-Chief

October 7, 2019

Packed with numerous brands and bustling with hundreds of shoppers every day, the mall seems to be fading away as many retail stores close their doors. As many as 12,000 stores will be closing by the end of this year, according to a prediction by Coresight Research.   Retail closings include Macy’s, Nordstrom,...

Fighting For Change: People all Over The World Protesting over Climate Change

Fighting For Change: People all Over The World Protesting over Climate Change

Kylie de Best, Photojournalist

September 29, 2019

Last Friday, September 20, one of the biggest climate strikes occured worldwide. Millions gathered together at various locations, each protesting for the same reason-to spread awareness and fight against climate change. Over the years, people have all heard about global warming and the devastating ...

Edible Eating Middle Schoolers

Edible Eating Middle Schoolers

Malieka Khan, Section Editor

September 20, 2019

Recently, on the first day of school, a sixth grader was caught with marijuana edible gummy bears. Not only that, but he had been handing them out to his fellow peers, many of them unaware of the drugs inside. Many people believe there is no way, in our neighborhoods and schools, that our fellow siblin...

Criminal Investigation Launched for Diving Boat Fire

Criminal Investigation Launched for Diving Boat Fire

Janet Han, Section Editor

September 12, 2019

A criminal investigation has been launched investigating the boat fire that took thirty-four lives on Labor Day, according to the Los Angeles Times. Only five survivors were reported from the thirty-nine passengers aboard the Conception, the diving boat that caught fire off the coast of Santa Cruz Island. N...

First Ever Photograph of Black Hole Captured by Scientists at NASA

First Ever Photograph of Black Hole Captured by Scientists at NASA

Kathleen Toblesky, Photojournalist

June 5, 2019

The first ever picture of a black hole was taken by NASA’s telescope, Event Horizon, and was released on Wednesday, April 10 to the public, creating a swarm of excitement all over the globe. This particular black hole, named M87, as well as Sagittarius A, is the one lying in the center of our very...

Keep it Classy: College Admissions Scandal Part 2

Keep it Classy: College Admissions Scandal Part 2

Safia Khan, Photojournalist

June 5, 2019

Last month, the world was left in shock after the FBI exposed the true corruption that takes place within the United States education system. Colleges across the country were accused of accepting bribes and allowing students in who would normally not meet their demanding criteria.   Disgrac...

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