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The Wrangler

The #1 student news site of Yorba Linda High School

The Wrangler

The #1 student news site of Yorba Linda High School

The Wrangler

The Indio-based festival welcomes concert-goers, music lovers, celebrities, and influencers with their vastly decorated festival grounds.

In the Heart of the Oasis: Coachella 2024

Noelle Wu, Editor April 20, 2024

The air is buzzing with anticipation as music lovers navigate the vibrant oasis nestled in the sun-kissed heart of California’s desert landscape. Celebrities, influencers, and your average music connoisseur...

All Over the Map: Mustang-Approved Spring Break Destinations

Anjeli Webb, Editor-In-Chief April 15, 2024

The clouds and chilly wind have faded away, ushering in spring flowers and much-anticipated warmer weather. The smell of AP Exams and graduation looms in the distance, as Yorba Linda High School Mustangs...

Shamrock ‘N Run 2024

Anjeli Webb, Editor-In-Chief March 25, 2024

This past St. Patrick’s Day Sunday was the REACH Foundation’s 12th Shamrock ’N Run for PYLUSD. The REACH Foundation was created in 2012 as "Resources for the Enrichment of Academics, Arts &...

Laufey amasses over 500 million streams across all platforms, known for her modern twist to genres such as jazz, bossa nova, and classical music.

Bewitched in a Jazz Revival: How Laufey Introduces Jazz to a Younger Audience

Noelle Wu, Editor December 7, 2023

“I wish it would slow down Even for a second I'm so old now Left my adolescence” Singer-songwriter Laufey poetically encapsulates the feeling of a fleeting life through her song “Slow...

Diamond 9 Sports Cards (located in Placentia) has free Sports and Trading Card Game Collectible Shows every Wednesday and Saturday.

Diamond 9 Sports: The Appeal of “The Hobby”

Anjeli Webb, Editor-In-Chief December 3, 2023
Collecting and trading sports cards have been a fundamental hobby for generations, starting with baseball cards in the 1860s. Baseball itself only came to fruition in the mid-19th century, becoming especially popular in the immediate aftermath of the Civil War and the Great Depression as a form of escape from societal turmoil...
The Source in Buena Park offers a variety of bites, desserts, and drinks. 

A Korean potato-mozzarella corn dog.

Best Places to Eat at The Source

Noelle Wu, Photojournalist May 30, 2023

The Source in Buena Park is a popular hangout and meal spot for all ages! Filled with gift shops, clothing shops, stationery shops, makeup stores, restaurants, cafes, and more, the outdoor mall generates...

Chino Hills State Park welcomes hikers, bikers, and horseback riders to explore the trails this spring.

Scenic Spots To See California’s Superbloom

Tiana Salisbury, Editor April 12, 2023

Following California’s rainy fall and winter, wildflowers have bloomed throughout the state. Bright orange poppies cover the hillsides of the so-called Golden State and add color to the once-arid landscape....

Newspaper and Easter eggs. Read more to learn how Newspaper celebrates the holidays and what it means to be in the Newspaper family.

Newspaper: A Family

Emma Safari, Photojournalist April 1, 2023

The school environment, especially zero-period classes, forms long-lasting bonds. In particular, Newspaper always feels like home rather than being forced to wake up before the sun is up to attend class. ...

Jessica Jackson explores her creativity and applies her knowledge acquired through the photography elective to her photos today.

Electives: A Catapult of Creativity

Noelle Wu, Photojournalist March 10, 2023

In a sea of academic classes, electives and their creative appeal lure in students yearning for a way to showcase their ingenuity and aptitudes. From Photography to Spanish, the benefits have been apparent...

The first 747 takes off on its first flight Feb. 9, 1969.

The Queen of the Skies – Legacy of the Boeing 747

Anjeli Webb, Editor February 17, 2023

January 31st marked the delivery of the last Boeing 747 Jumbo Jet, one of the most iconic aircraft in aviation history. From 1969 to this year, it has appeared in countless movies, served as Air Force...

Guerra de la Paz highlights the consumerist tendency to discard perfectly good products, such as gently used clothing, in a sculpture titled Indochine.

Understanding Upcycled Art

Tiana Salisbury, Editor January 23, 2023

As trash continues to accumulate on our planet, people must persist in finding ways to deal with it. While some of our waste is sent to be composted or recycled, the majority of it is sent to landfills,...

The YLHS Red Cross board members take a picture after a successful blood drive.

YLHS Red Cross Club Spotlight

Fiona Salisbury, Photojournalist January 21, 2023

Yorba Linda High School has an incredibly large selection of clubs to join, but the YLHS Red Cross stands out from other clubs because of the amount of opportunities it can provide students with. Ranging...

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