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Band prepares for “Dreamzzz”

Band prepares for “Dreamzzz”

August 31, 2017


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By:Jamie Ma For the FUHS marching band, work doesn’t begin in the fall- it starts in the summer. From July 27 to Aug. 10 the band attended camp under the leadership of Drum Major senior Hayden Harkins and Assistant Drum Major junior Katie Trimble. The purpose of each camp is to learn basic m...

Featured Artist: Adam Ritter

Featured Artist: Adam Ritter

Jamie Ma, Staff Writer

May 23, 2017


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Junior Adam Ritter had been juggling football, theatre, and choir for three years before discovering his passion for the arts. Choosing between football and the arts was extremely difficult for Ritter. “Unfortunately, I’m not in [football] anymore because I wanted to do theatre and choir,”...

Logan movie review

Logan movie review

Jesse Gonzalez, Staff Writer

April 23, 2017


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Logan stars Hugh Jackman, "X-Men: Days Of Future Past", "Prisoners", Dafne Keen "The Refugees", and Patrick Stewart, "X‑Men: Days of Future Past" in what is said to be Stewart’s and Jackman’s final outing in the X-Men movie franchise. The movie takes place in the year 2029 where the original...

IB visual arts exhibition shows student excellence

IB visual arts exhibition shows student excellence

Allison Park, Arts and Entertainment Editor

April 18, 2017


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Months of painting, drawing, sculpting and creating went into the IB Visual Arts showcase on Apr. 5. Each student testing for IB Art credit displayed 4-7 pieces of artwork, with media ranging between photography, watercolor paintings, mosaic murals, and even embroidered jackets. Junior, Jaz Herna...

School play investigates school shooting epidemic

School play investigates school shooting epidemic

Melanie Pinzon, A&E Editor

April 13, 2017


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From Columbine to San Bernardino, school violence is becoming more and more frequent in the US. FUHS Theatre’s production of “Bang, Bang You’re Dead” tells the story of a teenager named Josh who is driven by insanity to kill his parents and several of his classmates, due to pressure from t...

Tenebrous clonings in science fiction novel The Originals

Tenebrous clonings in science fiction novel The Originals

Myah Phillips, Staff Writer

April 13, 2017


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To the outside world, “sisters” Lizzie, Ella and Betsey Best in Cat Patrick’s, The Originals, are the same person. The three are enrolled in school as one girl: Elizabeth, and they live their lives in thirds.   Lizzie attends the first half of the school day, Ella the second, and Betsey g...

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, 2017


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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, 2017


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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, 2017


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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, 2017


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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, 2017


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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, 2017


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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...