Oscar Isaac's senior photo -- the hair got shorter -- at Santaluces High. Oscar Isaac, then Oscar Hernandez, playing the guitar in a picture from his senior year at Santaluces High. Years later, he ... read more Oscar Isaac, then Oscar Hernandez, playing the guitar in a picture from his senior year at Santaluces High.
High school yearbook photos depicting students with weapons at Yucca Valley High School are causing some concerns for parents. The photos appear in the Senior Superlatives section of this year's yearbook. One photo, titled 'Teacher's Nightmare', shows a male student holding a gun, aimed at a book, and a female student holding a knife over a different book. KESQ and CBS Local 2's Zak Dahlheimer spoke to officials with the Morongo Basin School District Thursday afternoon.
Sophomore Harry Hulse from Northern Guilford High School in Greensboro, North Carolina, lives with diabetes and brings his service dog, Taffy, to school every day. "And then they said, 'we're taking a picture of your dog, too.' He looked really cool. He looked better than me." 14-year-old Seph Ware of Good Hope Middle School in West Monroe, Louisiana, also had the chance to include his service dog, Prestley, in the 2016 yearbook.
And ahead of her big Bachelorette debut, DailyMail.com can exclusively reveal a collection of JoJo's never-before-seen yearbook photos. Ben went on to get engaged to Lauren Bushnell, and JoJo was named as the next Bachelorette in the After The Final Rose special. Also vying for JoJo's heart is former pro-footballer Jordan Rogers, whose big brother in Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
If you're interested in exploring more old yearbooks, the entire collection is available to the public in the Hawai'i and Pacific Section of the Hawai'i State Library (478 S. King Street, 586-3535, librarieshawaii.org .) The entire 1914 graduating senior class, from left: Irene Kalai, En Kong Wung, Rita Canario, Matsuyo Sakuma.
Three clever triplets who are definitely finishing up their senior year in style. Kassidy, Keaton and Kylee Durham, of Fort Wort, Texas, knew the best way to grab attention in their final high school yearbook ahead of graduation. Instead of using the allotted space for a senior quote, they instead chose to coordinate a funny "knock knock" joke.
Instead of the picture perfect image we have of some of our favorite stars today, here's a sneak peek at some old yearbook photos, showcasing some of my favorite celebrities' olden and golden days! Friends TV star, David Schwimmer totally looks like he could grow up to be Ross Geller.
If Lin-Manuel Miranda didn't have two hit Broadway musicals to his credit, a scan of his senior yearbook at Hunter College High School in Manhattan would leave little doubt that he was destined for the arts. He was secretary of the Hunter Hispanic Society, and on his personal page, he wrote, in Spanish, of his roots: "My soul is Puerto Rico/My heart is Puerto Rico ..." Miranda (second from left) was president of the Brick Prison Playhouse.
Looking like a typical high schooler, Blac (known as Angela White back in the day) appears adorable yet far less glam than we usually see her. Blac posted the throwback pic on the evening of Rob's family birthday party at Nobu in Malibu - the one she was conspicuously absent from. Of course, Blac's baby daddy Tyga was there with her arch nemesis Kylie Jenner, so her presence may have been a tad awkward.
Four girls with the same Vietnamese last name are fighting back against racism through a genius high school yearbook stunt. Alice, Kim, Theresa and Vivian are four seniors who all share the same common Vietnamese last name: Nguyen. But unlike what their classmates assumed, they are not related. To address their classmates' ignorance , the four girls used the captions under their yearbook photos to spell out a simple yet, bold sentence.
Today, African American women athletes still live in a generation of firsts--from Maritza Correia, who in 2002 became the first African American woman swimmer on the U.S. Olympic team to Nzingha Prescod, an African American who became the first American foil fencer to win a Grand Prix Title in 2013.
Data mining has changed the way we think about information. Machine-learning algorithms now routinely chomp their way through data sets of Twitter conversations, travel patterns, phone calls, and health records, to name just a few. And the insights this brings is dramatically improving our understanding of communication, travel, health, and so on.