Archived Feature

Freshmen to Freshmen: Advice for the Class of 2023

Varieur (right) writes in a friend's yearbook.

Alexandra Williams, Student Life Editor

May 28, 2019

As the year comes to an end, everyone is looking forward to the next school year. The class of 2023 will be coming to high school. The current freshman class has plenty of advice for the new high school students. Moises Arceo says to remember that this is the beginning of a journey. “It is the start of yo...

Humans of Fullerton: Jimena Velazquez

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Katryna Montano, Staff Writer

April 16, 2019

“When I’m home, I do have trouble, but I can't really ask my parents because they didn't get the same education as I’m getting, so usually I have to ask a friend, or I have to help my brothers do their homework. Most of the time, it does take a long time to do my homework. They are supportive, ...

Hodgden’s Horoscopes: Pluto defines a generation

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Gillian Hodgden, News/Feature Editor

March 22, 2019

Although Pluto is scientifically known as a dwarf planet, it is still a very important astrological placement. It controls secrets, destruction, regeneration, power, wealth, and the unconscious. It is defined by a more negative energy, only because it forces us to acknowledge that evil does exist in this wo...

Boaz Yousling wins Mr. Fullerton 2019

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Jayme Kim, Staff Writer

March 6, 2019

By dancing, singing, and playing the ukulele, senior Boaz Yousling won the hearts of the judges and was crowned the 2019 Mr. Fullerton on Friday, Feb. 22. Yousling’s original intention of participating in Mr. Fullerton was to have fun with his friends, so he didn’t expect to win. “I was ...

Mr. Fullerton 2019

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Jayme Kim, Staff Writer

February 21, 2019

Every year, FUHS holds the Mr. Fullerton fundraiser, an event where senior boys showcase their talents for their peers and compete for the Mr. Fullerton crown. They dance, act, and sing, to win the audience’s hearts and win votes. Seniors participating this year are Jack Bretz, Andrew Caluya, S...

My Tribe: Aj Perez

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Nathan Smith, Staff Writer

February 19, 2019

Senior Albert Perez, a sprinter in track, has been running since he was in kindergarten. He is currently competing rigorously in the 200 and 400 meter sprint events, and the 4x4 and 4x1 relay races. Though Perez’s vibrant career in track is important to him, his relationships with his team have hel...

Humans of Fullerton: Sebastian Fany

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Frankie Ortega, Staff Writer

February 19, 2019

“Making varsity as a freshman felt great, and it feels great to have an opportunity like this so early on in my career for baseball. And I’m glad to be part of such an amazing group of guys. I think that me playing baseball will impact my high school career because people from colleges and other ...

Humans of Fullerton: Emily Choi

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Jayme Kim, Staff Writer

February 14, 2019

“This is a little bit of a weird memory, but it’s one of my happiest memories because we had just moved from the Southern part of Washington to more up North near Seattle so that my dad could be closer to work. He had just retired from the military and just got a new job. I left behind all my frien...

A casual Valentine’s Day

Photo courtesy of Boaz Yousling.

Megan Kim, Copy Editor

February 13, 2019

Whether single or taken, there are plenty of things to do on Valentine’s Day. Because Valentine’s day is on a Thursday, and we will be expecting rain, it’s a little more difficult to do activities during the day or outdoors. But, if you and your significant other, family, and friends are looking for...

Places to Eat: Prom Edition

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Karen Martinez, Staff Writer

February 13, 2019

With prom season approaching, students are beginning to plan for the highly anticipated event. This year’s prom, “A Night to Remember,” will be held at the Balboa Pavilion. Fortunately, dozen of restaurants ranging from popular restaurant chains such as BJ’s Restaurant and Brewhouse, to ...

Kindness Matters: Katie Monson’s FUHS legacy

Julia Monson (left), Katie, and senior Emily Monson (right) at the FUHS 9th annual Tackle Cancer game. 

Photo courtesy of the Monson family.

Jamie Ma and Madison Velez

February 4, 2019

Kindness Matters, a foundation created by the late Katharine (Katie) Monson in 2017, raises money for brain cancer awareness and research, while offering leadership opportunities for Fullerton students and promoting kindness in our communities. The foundation focuses especially on the youth of FJUHSD, a plac...

My Tribe: Sophie Zener

Photo by Frankie Ortega.

Josh Hanson, Sports Editor

February 4, 2019

Playing water polo since 4th grade, junior Sophie Zener remains passionate about the sport and has kept her competitive spirit throughout the years. Zener played for SoCal Water Polo club throughout her life, and decided to continue her water polo career in high school. Her freshman year, she began pla...