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Tame Impala: A Psychedelic Sound Worth Listening to

Edward Lopez, Staff Writer May 14, 2019

When a friend introduced me to the band Tame Impala, I knew nothing about the band’s sound. But I was intrigued. Whether it be their funky sound or their technically styled rhythm, my personal admiration...

Movie Review: Avengers: Endgame

Movie Review: Avengers: Endgame

Nathan Smith, Staff Writer April 26, 2019

The Marvel Cinematic Universe became a part of my life after Marvel’s 2012 release of The Avengers, where the world witnessed the first on-screen live-action gathering of the popular Marvel superhero...

Behind the scenes of Cabaret

The FUHS production of Cabaret awed audiences with its phenomenal acting, singing, and dancing. However, audiences often overlook what happens offstage - both during the show and the months prior to it....

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Cabaret review

Megan Kim, Copy/Opinion Editor March 19, 2019

I began watching the spring musical Cabaret under the impression that I would be enjoying yet another amazing production by our theatre program, but I never thought I’d leave with such a heavy feeling...

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Umbrella Academy review

Edward Lopez, Staff Writer March 18, 2019

There have been increasing amounts of superhero media throughout the current decade, with Netflix’s new series Umbrella Academy being no exception to the list. Umbrella Academy, created by former...

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Movie Review: Captain Marvel

Nathan Smith, Staff Writer March 15, 2019

Released on March 8, Marvel Studios’ new breakout film Captain Marvel explores a new decade of the Marvel Cinematic Universe: the 1990s. Set in a different time period, Captain Marvel focuses on superpowered...

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Alias Grace: A thought-provoking Netflix series

Edward Lopez, Staff Writer March 14, 2019

Sarah Polley’s Netflix adaptation of Alias Grace, Margaret Atwood’s novel, portrays a  murder mystery through the eyes of Grace Marks, a historical figure and well known  “murderess” for the...

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Hodgden’s Horoscopes: Chiron moves into Aries

Gillian Hodgden, News/Feature Editor March 8, 2019

On Feb. 18, Chiron fully moved into Aries, marking the end of its nine year journey in Pisces. Chiron represents the inner wound you must heal throughout your life. When Chiron transitions into a new sign,...

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Movie Review: The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part

Nathan Smith, Staff Writer March 4, 2019

Ever since the age of six, I enjoyed playing with LEGOs. LEGOs gave me the ability to bring my imagination to life, and that’s something I always loved. When Warner Brothers announced the first LEGO...

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Movie Review: The Upside

Andrew Jackson, Staff Writer March 1, 2019

The new movie release The Upside, based on true events, surrounds the lives of Phillipe Pozzo di Borgo, a man with paralysis in all four limbs, and Abdel Sellou, a man on parole. Main character Phillip,...

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Hodgden’s Horoscopes: Pisces Season

Gillian Hodgden, News Editor February 27, 2019

  On Feb. 19th, the Sun moved out of rebellious, unique, and individualistic Aquarius and into dreamy, intuitive, and gentle Pisces. Pisces is the 12th sign of the zodiac, making it the oldest...

The 2019 Mr. Fullerton Nominees

Which Mr. Fullerton Nominee are You?

Megan Kim, Opinion/Copy Editor February 14, 2019

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