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The Antidote is the Vote

The Antidote is the Vote

Caitlyn Truong, Editor

November 1, 2018


Filed under News

The campaign posters lining the streets and political advertisements broadcasted over television programs, social media, and streaming services seem endless and overwhelming. These campaign efforts, however, will soon disappear after Tuesday, November 6, when millions will flock to their local polls...

The Aftermath of the Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting

The Aftermath of the Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting

Brandon Russell, Editor In Chief

October 30, 2018


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Tree of Life synagogue was originally a place of worship and safety to that of the Jewish community in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; however, what was once known as a holy and peaceful place, soon turned into a deadly and life altering place of pleading cries and gunshots.   Over the past decades, that of mass shooting...

Has The Internet Taken Over The Classroom?

Has The Internet Taken Over The Classroom?

Malieka Khan, Editor

October 30, 2018


Filed under News, Opinions

Within recent years especially, much of school revolves around technology. Such websites as Webassign and StudySync are being integrated into the classroom as an aid for teachers to assign students homework and classwork. However, how efficient are these sites truly and are they worth the hassle or ar...

How Important Is Homecoming?

How Important Is Homecoming?

Malieka Khan, Editor

October 30, 2018


Filed under News, Opinions

The annual Homecoming dance at Yorba Linda High School (YLHS) came around again, sparking the conversation of whether or not it is an important dance to go to. Some may argue that other dances, like prom, are more important for the student body to attend. However, a majority of the dances are similar in st...

Fight for 15

Fight for 15

Amanda Chung, photojournalist

October 30, 2018


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Bernie Sanders, Senator of Vermont and former presidential candidate, has been one of most prominent figures in a movement that has recently garnered attention from the public: Fight for 15. Minimum wage employees from across the nation have united to protest unfair wages. Researchers from the National Low Income Hou...

Bone Appetit!

Bone Appetit!

Caitlyn Truong, Editor

October 28, 2018


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Deviating far from its religious, spiritual traditional roots, Halloween today is a child favorite; between donning a fun costume and receiving candy all night, October 31 is one of the best nights of the year. In the spirit of trick-or-treating, the blog Candy Store recently released the Top Halloween Cand...

New Man Made Metal Rod to Aid in Pacific Ocean Plastic Crisis

New Man Made Metal Rod to Aid in Pacific Ocean Plastic Crisis

Brandon Russell, Editor In Chief

October 26, 2018


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That of the Ocean water plastic crisis continues to grow each and every year within that of the entirety of the globe. Recently, scientists put a 2,000 foot rod in the Pacific Ocean to aid in the cleanup of this detrimental waste in our open waters. According to CNN, the pipe nicknamed ¨Wilson, was la...

Nikki Haley, US Ambassador for the UK, Resigns

Nikki Haley, US Ambassador for the UK, Resigns

Kathleen Toblesky, Photojournalist

October 24, 2018


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The UN Ambassador, Nikki Haley, resigned from the Trump Administration just last Tuesday on October 13. President Trump has announced that she will be leaving her post by the end of this year.   During the announcement, Trump also reported that Haley had told him six months ago that she wa...

From Paper to Electronics

From Paper to Electronics

Amber Reddish, Photojournalist

October 24, 2018


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Ever since the printing press, all kinds of writings have been readily available in various forms of paper. In the new era there has been a shift away from paper and towards different forms of technology. Whether that means online magazines, textbooks, e-books, or newspapers, all of these things are availab...

Empowered Women in Industry

Empowered Women in Industry

Wayne Chan, Editor-in-Chief

October 23, 2018


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On October 16th, at the Performing Arts Center by Valencia, the Placentia-Yorba Linda Unified School District featured a group of women in different higher level positions across multiple industries. A total of 11 women in positions ranging from director of a NASA division to community college chancell...

Road to Inclusivity

Road to Inclusivity

Tiffany Vo, Photojournalist

October 21, 2018


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In 1957, nine African American students, known as the “Little Rock Nine,” integrated into Central High School, a previously all-white high school in Arkansas. It had only been three years since the Brown v. Board of Education case ruled “separate but equal schools” as unconstitutional, but the students finally...

Applying Math to Your Daily Life

Applying Math to Your Daily Life

Amber Reddish, Photojournalist

October 21, 2018


Filed under News, Uncategorized

As a high school student it is very likely that you have asked yourself “Will I ever use this?” while sitting in your math class. The answer to that question is yes. Mathematics is a methodical application of matter, so in simple terms math applies to everything in the world that surrounds you. P...

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