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FLAG DEBATE: A Thin Blue Line flag towers above Downtown Brea. The flag, purchased by Brea resident and developer Dwight Manley (
Thin Blue Line flag sparks debate in Brea
Doyon Kim, News Editor • September 22, 2020

A large Thin Blue Line flag was raised in the center of Downtown Brea on Sept. 17, stirring debate in the Brea community. Brea resident and developer Dwight Manley (‘84) installed the flag atop the empty Farrell's Ice Cream...

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VIRTUAL BACK-TO-SCHOOL: BOHS parent Adriana Abalos watches a video posted by French teacher Nadia Fox during BOHS’s “Virtual Back to School Night” on Wednesday evening. Due to distance learning, the traditional on-campus Back to School Night was replaced with Google Classroom posts and teacher-created videos.
BOHS's 'Back-to-School Night' goes virtual
Doyon Kim, News Editor • September 11, 2020
THE FIRST RULE OF TOBLER
New history and AP option for Class of 2024
Doyon Kim, News Editor • September 11, 2020
FOREVER EMPTY: The Tower Records building stands empty for over 11 years due to cancellations of projects affecting the Brea Downtown area. There are now future plans for a new hotel to take its place where the Tower Records Building stands.
Tower Records building still empty
Caroline DeMasi, Staff Writer • December 11, 2019
THE BIG REVEAL: Irene Kim, Grace Johnson, Allison Fong, Savannah Schlottach reveal the time capsule’s memorabilia. The time capsule contained several items that represented BOHS’s school spirit and achievements.
Time capsule marks 30th anniversary of Wildcat Way campus
Caroline DeMasi, Staff Writer • December 11, 2019
TRIAL TALK: Above, juniors Hana Hassan, Aileen Kim, and Mark Seymour; Elaine Ahn, sophomore; and Brylee Denbo, junior, work on a case and study their notes to prepare for their first competition of the year.
Order in the Wildcat Courtroom!
Doyon Kim, News Editor • November 15, 2019
SAMPLING A TASTE OF BREA: Juniors Victoria Bell (left) and Kayla Gil (right) sample brownies and pulled pork sandwiches at Taste of Brea: Chasing Delicious on May 24.
Acquiring a taste, of Brea
Choyun Lee, Staff Writer • May 25, 2018
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ART OF HAPPINESS: Dr. Laurie Santos lectures to Yale students about social media use in her “Psychology and the Good Life” course. Santos
A Happier Life
Ellen Kim, Staff Writer

Happiness. To strive for the good life. Especially in the midst of COVID-19, many students struggle to adjust to the stresses of distance learning....

FLIGHT FANATIC: Marissa Forte (
A Passion for Planes
September 8, 2020
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DIVISIVE SYMBOL: A Thin Blue Line flag stands atop the Farrell
The Wildcat Asks: What is your reaction to the Thin Blue Line flag in Downtown Brea?
Jasmine Youn, Staff Writer

Conversation, condemnation, and support erupted among Brea residents when Downtown Brea developer Dwight Manley ('84) had a Thin Blue Line flag...

Five months, or four years?
Five months, or four years?
September 14, 2020
WRECKING BALL: A proposal was submitted on July 27 to construct a multi-purpose building, including a hotel, in the center of Brea Plaza, replacing two Brea favorites -- the Brea 5 Cinema and Buca di Beppo.
A Dastardly Demolition
September 13, 2020
No More Coronacation
No More Coronacation
September 5, 2020
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