Archived Feature

Retro Pleiades

Melanie Pinzon, A&E Editor

October 7, 2016

Closed campus? Mean girls? LSD? Established in 1893, FUHS has a riveting past, and a newspaper that has seen it all. I was first drawn to looking at old issues of The Pleiades because I wanted to share the newspaper’s evolution. It was mostly out of plain curiosity, being a history geek, and a...

New teachers join the Tribe

Jesse Gonzalez, Jamie Ma, and Tara Patton

October 6, 2016

Jason Bradbury Jason Bradbury has been teaching for 17 years and has been the head wrestling coach here for the past three years. He taught algebra at Troy High School before making the full switch to FUHS. “I’m excited to be here, working and getting to know other students here on campus.” “...

Leslie Trasport inducted into FUHS Wall of Fame

Lia Abel, Sports Editor

October 3, 2016

Leslie Trasport was inducted into the FUHS Wall of Fame on Sept. 16.  Trasport graduated with the class of 1986 and her continuous support of FUHS programs and students earned her the nomination. Trasport assisted in Future Farmers of America, 4-H, dance, athletics, and ASB. Trasport’s involv...

Sharon Lynn inducted into FUHS Wall of Fame

Sharon Lynn inducted into FUHS Wall of Fame

Noe Pineda, Staff Writer

October 3, 2016

Class of 1920 graduate La Verne Lindsay “Sharon Lynn” was inducted onto to the FUHS Wall of Fame on Sept. 16, 2016 for her participation in the performing arts and in dramatics class productions. After graduating Lynn became one of the few actresses successfully transition from silent films to ...

Craig Thomas inducted into FUHS Wall of Fame

Craig Thomas inducted into FUHS Wall of Fame

Noe Pineda, Staff Writer

October 3, 2016

1983 FUHS graduate Craig Thomas was inducted to the Wall of Fame on Sept. 16. Dr. Craig Thomas was recognized for his involvement with the sciences of biology, human anatomy, and chemistry. “I’m totally excited. I think it’s quite an honor. These are really important people who’ve don...

Kula necklaces bring students and teachers together

Teacher David Shanebeck wearing a Kula.

Camille Joi, Staff writer

September 29, 2016

This year’s IB Social Cultural Anthropology class has started a Kula ring experiment to study the history of alliances in the Trobriand Islands in the South Pacific Ocean. The initiator of the Kula ring would have to add something of value to his or her necklace and present it to someone he o...

Marching band

FUHS Marching Band performed at Angel's stadium on Sept. 17.

Camille Joi, Staff Writer

September 22, 2016

Fullerton’s marching band is off to a great start this year. Under the leadership of senior drum major Rebecca De Leon and sophomore assistant drum major Hayden Harkins, the band has progressed from last year. “I think people are really committed,” Harkins said when comparing this year to the...