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Junior Joanna Mendoza captures student life outside of school

Junior Joanna Mendoza captures student life outside of school

Melanie Pinzon, A&E Editor
March 21
Filed under A&E, Showcase

Photography is widely considered the most popular art form in mainstream media. Whether it be through an iPhone or a Canon, we all pride ourselves in that one glorious snapshot we’ve managed to nab. For junior Joanna Mendoza, photography is a way in which she is able to document through each pho...

A behind the scenes look at ‘Kiss Me, Kate’

A behind the scenes look at ‘Kiss Me, Kate’

Jamie Ma, Staff Writer
March 10
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For every musical, there is a team that stands on the sidelines, making sure the production flows as smooth as possible. Only through them and their hard work can any show be successful. Featured below are a few of the people who made FUHS Theater's production of "Kiss Me, Kate" a hit.  Joeff...

Han novel highlights teen romance

Han novel highlights teen romance

Myah Phillips, Staff Writer
March 8
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In the novel "To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before" by Jenny Han, wistful seventeen-year-old Lara Jean Song has loved several boys in her life. Song loved them until her heart caved in on itself and she couldn’t bear to hold her feelings in anymore, so she wrote each boy a letter. The letters were...

Spring musical ‘Kiss Me Kate’ studies role of women

Spring musical ‘Kiss Me Kate’ studies role of women

Melanie Pinzon, A&E Editor
March 3
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Building sets. Handling technical issues. Meeting the needs of your lead actors. This is the hassle brave musical directors lose their minds over. But it’s even harder when you’re the star of the show. FUHS Theatre’s spring production of "Kiss Me, Kate" follows the story of Fred Graham, who is...

The Oscars 2017: the nominees for Best Picture

The Oscars 2017: the nominees for Best Picture

Myah Phillips and Kaya Ortega
February 26
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Film has been a major part of American society for generations, and 89 years ago it was decided those who produced and performed in these films should be awarded for the entertainment they provide. 2017 marks the 89th year of the most revered Academy Award show, The Oscars, providing the opportu...

Artist of the Month: Natalia Perez

Artist of the Month: Natalia Perez

Jamie Ma, Writer
February 24
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Junior Natalia Perez plays the piano, violin, trumpet, and on top of all that, she cooks. Perez has been involved in the culinary and instrumental music program since freshman year, and has utilized her talents and hard work to excel in these programs. Seven years ago, Perez began learning the vi...

FUHS Identity Show takes deeper look at students’ lives

FUHS Identity Show takes deeper look at students’ lives

Tara Patton and Myah Phillips, Staff Writers
February 24
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Capturing your true identity in a single photo is no easy task, especially for your typical teen who has barely discovered who they want to be. However it is a task that is conquered annually as FUHS art students participate in FUHS Art’s Identity Showcase. For the show, students are asked to draw, pa...

Movie Review: My Name is Emily

Movie Review: My Name is Emily

Anna Sanchez, Business Manager, Lifestyle Editor
February 21
Filed under A&E, Movie Reviews, Showcase

Previously released at the Galway Film Fleadh in 2015 and in Ireland in 2016, the Irish independent drama film My Name is Emily stars Evanna Lynch (from the “Harry Potter” film series) and George Webster (from the TV series “Versailles”). The film follows a girl, Emily (Lynch), in Dublin, Irel...

Movie Review: The Space Between Us

Movie Review: The Space Between Us

Anna Sanchez, Business Manager, Lifestyle Editor
February 18
Filed under A&E, Movie Reviews, Showcase

Starring Asa Butterfield (“The Boy in the Striped Pajamas” and “Ender’s Game”) and Britt Robertson (“The Longest Ride”), the YA science fiction romance film, The Space Between Us, is a shocking hit. The movie follows an astronaut’s accidental pregnancy and eventual birth of Gardner E...

Movie Review: The Lego Batman Movie

Movie Review: The Lego Batman Movie

Austin Budnik, Staff Photographer
February 16
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Currently in theaters, The Lego Batman Movie, is a refreshing change of pace away from the serious atmosphere presented by its predecessors by not being afraid to make fun of itself. Watching Batman sing while taking out the swarm of villains and seeing the unique take on Batman’s and Joker’s relationship ...

Sophomore Margeaux Lau featured in collaborative photography magazine

Sophomore Margeaux Lau featured in collaborative photography magazine

Melanie Pinzon, A&E Editor
February 13
Filed under A&E, Showcase, Uncategorized

Setting up the camera, finding the right lighting, making sure the model looks good. Behind each photo, there is an unseen, extensive process that a photographer must undergo to make every shot worthwhile. Sophomore Margeaux Lau is no stranger to this process. “A few of my [first] photos were ...

Junior Michael Laverde exudes star quality in FUHS theater program

Junior Michael Laverde exudes star quality in FUHS theater program

Tara Patton, Staff Writer
January 23
Filed under A&E, Showcase

  Theater; one of Fullerton’s Academy of the Arts most prized art form. Throughout the years, many Fullerton great’s have strode through these halls and continue to this day. Junior Michael Laverde is only one example of the talent that passes through Fullerton’s Academy of the Arts. ...