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The Era of Personalized Food

The Era of Personalized Food

Janet Han, Section Editor

March 13, 2019

From Starbucks drinks with an endless list of customizations to restaurant meals that can be selected gluten-free, vegan, or allergen-free, recent years have shown more and more options in terms of food. Gone are the days of smiling and pretending to enjoy those Brussel sprouts- why not just ask the c...

Highly Unprepared

Highly Unprepared

Emily Ito, Section Editor

March 12, 2019

This past year, I watched my sister drop out of college. She had the highest available scholarship, she was part of the honors program, she was filled with excitement upon her acceptance. I couldn’t understand why she had done it. I knew how hard she had worked throughout high school. I knew she maintai...

Movie Review: Isn’t It Romantic

Movie Review: Isn’t It Romantic

Gabby McCutchan, Editor

March 6, 2019

Isn’t it Romantic, starring Rebel Wilson, Liam Hemsworth, Priyanka Chopra, and Adam DeVine, is a romantic comedy in which the main character Natalie (played by Rebel Wilson) is a New York architect itching to be recognized for her talent, but has trouble getting her foot in the door due to what she ...

Do Celebrities Have No Business In Politics?

Do Celebrities Have No Business In Politics?

Malieka Khan, Editor

March 5, 2019

Ever since 2016 politics have become more prominent in society as a whole leaving it as the source of many conversations. However, though everyone has an opinion, is it up to those in the spotlight to express these opinions and spread their ideas of what they deem to be good? Recently, Kanye West ...

Corporate Advertisements: Politics over Product

Corporate Advertisements: Politics over Product

Wayne Chan, Editor-in-Chief

March 5, 2019

Gillette, a company of Procter and Gamble, released an advertisement that became incredibly controversial. Unlike conventional marketing, Gillette's advertisement carried an incredibly potent political message. The advertisement starts by demonstrating the ways men can be abusive or exhibit “toxi...

Why is the Media So Quick to Judge?

Why is the Media So Quick to Judge?

Kathleen Toblesky, Photojournalist

March 5, 2019

Thanks to the creation of the internet for common use in the 1990s, it has become a lot easier for the everyday person to have access to news and information faster. Now, more people can have the latest update on what’s happening locally, or the latest law passed in the government, or even just ge...

The Elephant Man Review

The Elephant Man Review

Delaney Pietsch, Photojournalist

January 23, 2019

Yorba Linda High School’s theater program has done it again. This year's winter play, The Elephant Man, was an amazing production. Yorba Linda High School’s theater students that participated in the play did a wonderful job at recreating The Elephant Man’s story. In the beginning of the show, Riley Pi...

Hardest Battle in High School

Hardest Battle in High School

Tiffany Vo, Photojournalist

January 23, 2019

Throughout a high school student's life, they are bound to experience countless battles. Senior year, in particular, the second semester challenges students with the hardest battle of their academic journey: senioritis.   Since college applications are over and summer is only a few short months aw...

What Does Trump’s Address Really Mean?

What Does Trump’s Address Really Mean?

Katie Toblesky, Photo Journalist

January 23, 2019

President Donald Trump addressed the nation on January 8, 2019 regarding border security on the US’s southern border. With his election campaign from late 2015 promising to secure the border and assure how immigrants enter the country, along with the rise of the recent migrant caravan in Tijuana, it ...

Cost of a Cashless Society

Cost of a Cashless Society

January 23, 2019

In recent years, more and more methods of payment has been offered from businesses all over America. From credit cards to Apple Pay to cryptocurrency, buying things has never been easier. Although the United States’ usage of technology to pay for goods and services isn’t as developed as China’s nearl...

Our Pessimistic Society

Our Pessimistic Society

Juliette Fournier, Editor

January 23, 2019

Oftentimes, pessimism is necessary. It helps us improve, innovate, and work towards becoming better as a society and an individual as we seek to find and fix flaws. However, there is a time when pessimism goes too far, so far that even the positive moments are obscured. Instead, we become almost obses...

Resolutions: Which are Better?

Resolutions: Which are Better?

Malieka Khan, Editor

January 23, 2019

It is currently eight o’clock on a school night while I am typing an article to whomever may choose to read it. The new year has passed and with it so has the will to sit down and do nothing with life. A feeling that many people I have spoken with, including myself, have expressed. New year resolu...

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