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Chapman Holocaust Contest Finalists

Chapman Holocaust Contest Finalists

Stephen Serrano, Section Editor

March 10, 2018

The Chapman University Annual Holocaust Contest stretches minds and hearts of middle school and high school students each year. The contest started in 2000 as an essay contest and later included art, film, and poetry. Chapman University partners with the 1939 Society in making a highly competitive, bu...

How To Accomplish Your New Years Resolutions

How To Accomplish Your New Years Resolutions

Nikita Kheni, Editor-in-Chief

December 29, 2017

As 2017 comes to an end, many people start to wonder about new year resolutions and goals. Some make extensive lists, while some don't bother at all, believing they will fail. Every new year, we come up with new goals to bring some change into our lives. Some resolutions are ones that we want to fulfil...

Burning Close to Home

Burning Close to Home

Janet Han, Photojournalist

October 10, 2017

Just two weeks after the previous Canyon Fire, another fire started at nearly the same place. Dubbed Canyon Fire 2, it grew much larger and faster than the original as firefighters struggled to control the dangerous flames and residents rushed to evacuate. The fire ignited at around 9:20 am on Monday...

Bringing Meaning to Campus: Club Rush

Bringing Meaning to Campus: Club Rush

Mabel Ra, Section Editor

September 29, 2017

Yorba Linda High School is home to a great number of clubs. These clubs, created from scratch by Mustangs themselves, are one way that students can bring meaning on campus. On campus, people associate school as a solely academic platform, but that is simply not the case. Clubs are the optimum outlet...

Mustangs Take Down Tough Troy Opponent

Mustangs Take Down Tough Troy Opponent

Brandon Russell, Section Editor

September 22, 2017

In the second regular season game for the Yorba Linda Football team, the Mustangs took down the Troy Warriors in an overwhelmingly come back 35-21 win in the fourth quarter. With much anticipation coming out of this game, there was pressure on the Mustang squad to perform and ultimately get the win over...

Planning A Senior Trip

Planning A Senior Trip

Brooke Gagnon, Photojournalist

June 9, 2017

With the end of the school year quickly approaching, students and teachers are ready to enjoy a relaxing and well deserved summer vacation. For Seniors it will be a meaningful summer. They are forced to transition into adulthood, but often utilize this last summer to fully live out their childhood. In o...

Portraits of Courage

Portraits of Courage

Nikita Kheni, Editor-in-Chief

June 9, 2017

With more than 21 years of conflict between North Vietnam’s communist regime and the Viet Cong against South Vietnam and the United States, the Vietnam War is one of the most divisive and unpopular wars in United States history.   The untold stories of the horrific war are never ta...

The Memory Project

The Memory Project

Nikita Kheni, Co-Editor-in-Chief

April 6, 2017

Ms. Carson's art students recently created portraits for a number of Syrian refugee children. Her class was sent photos of children from Syria and Jordan living in either refuges or orphanages. The art students created portraits and these portraits were delivered to the refuges and orphanages through...

Behind the Scenes of the YLHS Magazine 2017!

Behind the Scenes of the YLHS Magazine 2017!

Salvador Martinez, Photojournalist

March 30, 2017

It seems very rare that a behind-the-scenes of the YLHS Magazine will be revealed. After all, are the secrets of the art of writing and techniques of editing and publishing being unleashed? A good magazine captures what action is taken at YLHS, not by one person, but a team of artist in writing news. An...

Mustang Fields Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

Mustang Fields Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

Rachel Seo

February 3, 2017

The much-anticipated new park Mustang Fields opened on Friday, February 3rd, to much clamor. Despite a steady drizzle that threatened to ruin the grand opening, the ceremony went on without a hitch, the appearances by city council members, school district representatives, third-graders from Fairmont Ele...

NCAA National Signing Day

NCAA National Signing Day

Nikita Kheni, Co-Editor-in-Chief

February 1, 2017

Today in the YLHS Library was our NCAA National Signing Day "celebration". Congratulations to the student-athletes who have committed to compete at the collegiate level next year. The athletes who signed letters of intent: Women's Soccer: Kristen Garrity- Cal Lutheran Women's Golf: Marcel ...

Are We Moving Backwards?

Are We Moving Backwards?

Nikita Kheni, Co-Editor-in-Chief

January 25, 2017

January 21st, 2017 officially marks a historic date in the history of the United States and the rest of world. More than 2 million people around the world peacefully marched through cities, like Washington, New York, Boston, Atlanta, Denver, Los Angeles, Phoenix, St. Paul, and Key West, protesting fo...

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