THE TRIBE TRIBUNE

Archived Feature

My Tribe: Tate Heinle

Photo Cred: Frankie Ortega

Karen Martinez, Staff Writer

January 10, 2019

As a member of the Dance Production team at FUHS, senior Tate Heinle recognizes DP as his tribe. Heinle first became involved in the dance program at school his freshman year in beginning dance. He then quickly improved before finally auditioning for Dance Production his junior year. Heinle believe...

My Tribe: Will Hollon

Photo Cred: Megan Kim

Gillian Hodgden, News/Feature Editor

December 17, 2018

Senior Will Hollon, a point-guard for the FUHS boys basketball team, has always had a love for sports. “My dad is the one who introduced us to sports at a young age, and basketball was the sport I became interested in,” Hollon said. “I’ve been playing basketball since 3rd grade.” Hollon...

My Tribe: Grace Perez

Photo Cred: Audry Jeong

Audry Jeong, Copy/Arts and Entertainment Editor

December 17, 2018

The National Honors Society has been a part of senior Grace Perez’s life the second she stepped onto campus here at Fullerton. Not only has Perez been an active member of NHS all four years, but she has also worked her way up to Vice President of the club. “I feel very much at home when I’m engag...

My Tribe: Katie Trimble

Photo Cred: Tyler Huor

Tyler Huor, Staff Writer

December 13, 2018

Senior Katie Trimble, the FUHS marching band Drum Major, reflects positively on her four years of experience in Marching Band. Trimble has played the flute since the fifth grade, and as a result, gained valuable experience and outstanding performances. “I joined marching band my freshman yea...

My Tribe: Jennifer Muratalla

Photo Cred: Jayme Kim

Jayme Kim, Staff Writer

December 13, 2018

Swim has been a part of junior Jennifer Muratalla’s life ever since she was little. She started swim lessons as a kid, joined a club swim team, and eventually joined the FUHS team when she entered high school. Muratalla broke records in 100 freestyle and 2IM relay (individual medley) in her first two years ...

My Tribe: Kyrie Varieur

Photo Cred: Megan Kim

Alexandra Williams, Student Life Editor

December 13, 2018

Sophomore Kyrie Varieur is part of the photography program at FUHS, but has loved photography since elementary school. “In elementary school I’d play around with my dad’s phone camera, and I’d take photos of trees and flowers,” Varieur said. “It wasn’t until eighth grade that I really started ...

My Tribe: Alanis Merritt

Photo Cred: Jayme Kim

Jayme Kim, Staff Writer

December 13, 2018

Earning the title of Battalion Commander, senior Alanis Merritt found JROTC to be her home. She joined freshman year and has competed in many competitions and has been involved in many different teams since then. The most memorable win during her high school career was when the academic team had won N...

My Tribe: Cordelia Tran

Photo Cred: Megan Kim

Megan Kim, Copy Editor

December 13, 2018

The FUHS Speech and Debate program is a nationally ranked team, with an abundance of awards, trophies, and national titles. Senior Cordelia Tran visited Fullerton during an open house, and was immediately enticed by the accomplishments of the program. “Seeing the trophies on the table, and the actual...

Humans of Fullerton: Ana Bane

Photo Cred: Alexandra Williams

Alexandra Williams, Student Life Editor

November 15, 2018

“I want to be a civil rights attorney. I’m going to college to major in history, specifically American Studies with emphasis on different minority groups and the history of oppression in the United States, so I can go into U.S. Law with a focus on civil rights and protecting civil liberties of m...

FUHS celebrates first generation students

Photo 2: The First Generation Club officers stand in support of the club and list their reasons for wanting to attend college.

Karen Martinez and Audry Jeong

November 13, 2018

Last year, Spanish teacher Mr. Abimael Mendoza discussed the importance of recognizing first generation students during a unit about education in his IB Spanish class. First generation students are students whose parents did not attend college to obtain a bachelor degree thus making them the first in t...

Acceptance and tolerance wins in “The Foreigner”

Tate Heinle (Ellerd) teaches Devin Ricklef (Charlie) what a fork is.

Alejandra Rodriguez, Staff Writer

November 2, 2018

FUHS  presents The Foreigner, their second production of the school year.  “It’s about people in a small town in Georgia and they meet this foreigner who comes from a different country and they are all really shocked by his differences,” said senior Abigail Lange, who plays the spunky a...

Tackle Cancer Week

Pink on Friday

Megan Kim, Opinion/Copy Editor

October 29, 2018

This week, FUHS joined together in supporting those who have fought or are fighting cancer. ASB hosted a class competition, in which students got the opportunity to raise money for charity in their second periods. Each class has a minimum goal of $10, but the class who raised the most wins a...