The Wrangler

Young love is such a fragile concept.

Youngins in Love

Nikole Galea, Photojournalist June 13, 2021

Love is defined as the act of caring and giving to someone else. Having someone's best interest and wellbeing as a priority in your life. To truly love is a very selfless act. Although, different people...

Thinking positive not only benefits you mentally, but physically as well.

How to Be More Positive in Today’s Society

Kylie de Best, Section Editor June 8, 2021

Often in society, people tend to be very negative and fail to see the positives in a situation. This has caused people to not be as appreciative of things in life or notice even the small positives they...

Mrs. Ward teaches AP Chemistry here in Room 321, which is arguably the most challenging (and, Mrs. Ward says, the most rewarding) course on campus.

Why AP classes?

Sharon Sun, Photojournalist June 7, 2021

“How many APs are you taking?” You might hear this question asked a lot among upperclassmen, as the junior and senior school year offer a much wider variety of AP classes to take. Every topic of study...

Crumbl Cookies serves a variety of different cookies. There is a Crumbl Cookies in Brea where you can try their popular cookies.

Is Crumbl Cookies Worth the Hype?

Danielle Huizar, Photojournalist June 7, 2021

Crumbl Cookies is a popular cookie company that has been recently garnering a large amount of attention. Two cousins, Sawyer Hemsley and Jason McGowan, went on a quest to find the perfect cookie, and “after...

If you are looking for a way to improve your mental health and have more free time, then a social media fast will be beneficial to you!

Why Taking a Break From Social Media Might Be Best for You

Tiana Salisbury, Photojournalist June 7, 2021

Over four billion people from around the world are involved in some type of social media, including Facebook, Instagram, and TikTok. According to FameMass, an individual spends roughly two and a half hours...

What Is Your Mosaic?

What Is Your Mosaic?

Emma Perron, Photojournalist June 7, 2021

A mosaic is an art piece full of different pieces put together to create something beautiful. The art piece has a story to tell, and all the small and unique pieces put together to make something attractive.  Over...

Students might remember when napping was mandatory in their earlier school years, but research has shown that there is still benefit in napping for high schoolers.

Should High School Students Take Naps?

Emily Eslao, Section Editor, Cartoonist June 6, 2021

Over the past year, the conditions of daily living have made it much easier for students to become chronically sleep deprived - which is not the same as the occasional bad night’s rest; for it to be...

A picture of a sunrise at the beach to show an example of good in the world.

The Good in the Pandemic

Karina Shah, Photojournalist June 3, 2021

2020… When you think about that year, you most probably have negative feelings and thoughts. Sam Loza (10) sums it up perfectly and says “Whenever I think about the past year I get a little bit uneasy.”...

Freshman Cassie Ortiz and Sarah Richey go to the Lab Anti Mall for the first time and they loved all the cool shops and Instagram picture spots.

Instagram Famous Spots, Secret Summer Locations

Emma Perron, Photojournalist June 3, 2021

Do you ever see those cool Instagram pictures and wonder where the hidden spot is? Instagram spots will be a huge hit over the summer, giving people something to do and something to post.  There are...

The light at the end of tunnel is the happy ending we all want, but the tunnel is all the moments leading up to the light.

Why is the Tunnel More Important Than the Light?

Emma Perron, Photojournalist June 3, 2021

The idiom “light at the end of the tunnel” is often used when people are near the end of their life or going through a rough time and are almost done with the problem. Most people never take the time...

Some students are experiencing serious issues with school required vaccinations.

New Childhood Vaccine Law: Protection or Discrimiantion?

Faith DeSio, Photojournalist June 3, 2021

The upcoming school year has already become a problem for many students, with looming questions regarding masks, social distancing, etc. being at the forefront of parents’ and students’ minds. Causing...

Social media can be dangerous for kids, especially when unsupervised.

Should Kids Have Social Media Apps?

Suhani Bhanvadia, Section Editor May 24, 2021

Throughout the pandemic, many people have learned to use social media to maintain or build new relationships. However, for kids, it is a bit more difficult when they have to entertain themselves without...

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