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A Wonderful Movie

A Wonderful Movie

Delaney Pietsch, Photojournalist

May 8, 2018


Filed under A and E, Opinions

Over the years, many classics have been transformed through the grasps of Hollywood's writers and producers into modern films. From household favorites like To Kill a Mockingbird and Little Women, directors have come in and created a movie of their own interpretation on the same novel. In recent years, Wonder, a w...

YLHS at WE Day California 2018

YLHS at WE Day California 2018

Stephen Serrano, Section Editor

May 3, 2018


Filed under Features, Opinions

Gathered in three countries, WE Day has spawned youth from their schools to a day filled with inspiration, entertainment, and gratuity. Created based off of WE Schools, “WE Day is the manifestation of the WE Movement, an ocean of people coming together to create an impact” (we.org). WE Club was first cre...

Evidence or Opinion?

Evidence or Opinion?

Amber Reddish, Photojournalist

April 30, 2018


Filed under Opinions, Political Satire

Beginning with Donald Trump’s election into office, chaos and questions have followed his presidency. Not only was Trump elected as a minority president, but there is also speculation surrounding his involvement with Russia and whether or not he got foreign aid to win the election. Although Trump ha...

AP Study Tips

AP Study Tips

Amber Reddish, Photojournalist

April 27, 2018


Filed under Opinions, Uncategorized

May is fast approaching and so is the most stressful part of the year—AP tests. Whether you are a Senior, Junior, Sophomore or, in some cases, even Freshman, you need to start preparing. These tests aren’t just like a normal test or final. They are extremely hard, accumulative tests that cover a...

A Young Activist with a Big Heart

A Young Activist with a Big Heart

Juliette Fournier, Photojournalist

April 26, 2018


Filed under Features, Opinions

Also known as Mari Copeny, Little Miss Flint is a ten-year-old girl from Flint, Michigan. She has come to the attention of Twitter users mainly after the yodeling boy, Mason Ramsey, was given a blue badge on his Twitter account (marking its authenticity) while she had not yet received one. Little Mi...

Almost There

Almost There

Janet Han, Photojournalist

April 25, 2018


Filed under Opinions

April, May, then June. These three months seem to be the most trying and frustrating for students here at YLHS. It definitely is not easy to try and stay focused on school, sports, and everything else when summer seems so close yet so far. But finishing the year off strong is something that every student...

The More Applications The Better

The More Applications The Better

Amber Reddish, Photojournalist

April 20, 2018


Filed under Opinions

As students in high school go into their senior year academics become increasingly important. Between AP classes, extra curriculars and family involvement there never seems to be enough time to get everything done. Yet with college it is very important to make sure all your applications are properly ...

Hiding in Plain Sight

Hiding in Plain Sight

Janet Han, Photojournalist

April 16, 2018


Filed under News, Opinions

The likelihood of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, Gmail, or similar applications being installed on nearly every cell phone user’s phone is a near given. In fact, it is far stranger not to have at least one of these apps, and certainly not uncommon to have every single one- and more.  ...

The Romanticism of Mental Illness

The Romanticism of Mental Illness

Emily Ito, Photojournalist

March 29, 2018


Filed under Opinions

Mental health awareness has made incredible progress in recent years, with more people coming to an  understanding of the prevalent issue. Yet with these leaps and bounds, mental health awareness has also ventured into uncharted territory, with some feeling that mental illness has begun to be romanti...

The Effects of Technology

The Effects of Technology

Amber Reddish, Photojournalist

March 27, 2018


Filed under Opinions

In 2017 two new iPhones were debuted, a new mac, many new Samsungs--the list goes on and on. Companies are constantly competing with each other to find the newest and fastest technology to offer to customers. Each customer searches for the fastest internet, best connection, biggest storage--anything that ...

Entertainment Industry: The Silent and Subtle Killer?

Entertainment Industry: The Silent and Subtle Killer?

Wayne Chan, Editor

March 26, 2018


Filed under Opinions

In light of the school shooting in Florida that tragically resulted in the death of 17 innocent people, an anxious public and the pressured politicians scramble for legislative action. Some pointed to the weaponry, while others to a destabilized mental state. Kentucky governor pointed to video games...

School Shootings: A New Fear and the Copycat Effect

School Shootings: A New Fear and the Copycat Effect

Emily Ito, Photojournalist

March 26, 2018


Filed under News, Opinions

School shootings have become an increasingly prevalent issue nationwide, with the US leading in the highest number of school-related shootings in the world. Because of these horrendous attacks, parents, students, teachers, and administrators are living in constant fear for the safety of American scho...

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