The Tribe Tribune

Movie Review: The Lego Batman Movie

Movie Review: The Lego Batman Movie

Austin Budnik, Staff Photographer

February 16, 2017


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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, 2017


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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, 2017


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  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. ...

Clare novel depicts drama, action, serial killings

Clare novel depicts drama, action, serial killings

Myah Phillips, Staff Writer

January 20, 2017


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Fantasy Lady Midnight by Cassandra Clare Heart racing, arms pumping, feet pounding; that’s the life that demon hunter Emma Carstairs. Not just because she has angel blood coursing through her veins, she has a thirst for vengeance and will stop at nothing until whoever-- or whatever-- is responsi...

Academy art show shines ‘light’ on student excellence

Allison Park and Tara Patton

January 19, 2017


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"Raven" by Nick Moreno. Nick Moreno Senior Nick Moreno’s deep passion for the arts goes far back into the years before high school. Because of his advanced technique and talent, his junior high art teacher had recommended that Moreno skip first year art and go directly into Communication Desi...

Fullerton Museum explores Prohibition era

Fullerton Museum explores Prohibition era

Jensine Kraus, Staff Writer

December 8, 2016


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In the years between 1920 and 1933, America was restricted under the 18th amendment from manufacturing, selling, and transporting alcohol, or ‘intoxicating beverages.’  Though it was passed with overwhelming support, Prohibition turned out to be one of the most calamitous laws in American history. ...

The Women of Lockerbie

The Women of Lockerbie

Melanie Pinzon, A&E Editor

November 18, 2016


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It was December 21, 1988. A regularly scheduled Pan Am flight had taken off and was on its way from Europe to North America.   With 243 passengers and 16 crew members on board, Pan Am Flight 103 was tragically bombed over Lockerbie, Scotland, killing all passengers of the ill-fated flight and 11 civili...

December Artist of the Month: Jaclyn Kimoto

December Artist of the Month: Jaclyn Kimoto

Allison Park, Staff Writer

November 16, 2016


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Unlike many other seniors who question the daunting years after high school, Jaclyn Kimoto has her future planned out. Captivated by the arts since age six, raw passion has led her from playing the “Flight of the Bumblebee” on the piano, to crafting Japanese paper origami, and even to spontane...

Peter and the Starcatcher

Peter and the Starcatcher

Allison Park, Staff Writer

November 10, 2016


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You must imagine the broom as a spear. The plunger is a sword. The line of pirates forms the walls of a sailing ship. This type of interpretive imagination is what makes Peter and the Starcatcher so unique and captivating. Peter and the Starcatcher is a prequel story to the classic Peter Pan and te...

Haunted happenings at Opal Jenkins art show

Haunted happenings at Opal Jenkins art show

Tara Patton and Myah Phillips

October 28, 2016


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In 1929, FUHS senior Opal Jenkins died of pneumonia just months before graduating. The yearbook staff dedicated a page to her memory and promised to never forget her. Even today, FUHS immortalizes Jenkins by hosting an art gallery show during Halloween. Students in all visual arts programs are eligib...

FUHS students rock out

FUHS students rock out

LilyAnn Hippard and Melanie Pinzon

October 21, 2016


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FUHS students Rory Burt, Dylan Gagnon, and Sam Hertel may look like your average high school juniors by day, but the trio join together by night to form thunderous punk band Apollo 69. The band came together spring of 2015 when childhood friends Gagnon (bassist) and Hertel (drums) teamed up with B...

Obscure events in Ransom Riggs’ new novel

Obscure events in Ransom Riggs’ new novel

Myah Phillips, Staff Writer

September 30, 2016


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Dark Fantasy Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs On Sept. 3, 1940, a mysterious orphanage on an island in Wales was bombed by German planes, killing its inhabitants—at least that’s what the public thinks. In reality, the orphans are children with mystical powers and ...