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Emma Kremer: Expressing creative ideas!

Photo by Anthony Rugama.

Audry Jeong

November 8, 2017

I choose Fullerton because it is “diverse, supportive, creative.” Senior Emma Kremer is an active member of the Triple Threat program and National Honors Society and California Scholarship Federation. She demonstrates her leadership skills as the president of both Vocal Ensemble and Tri-M Music Society...

Ghost’s of Fullerton Past Art Show

FUHS students admire the artwork in the gallery. Photo by Maggie Crail.

Tara Patton, A&E editor

November 7, 2017

The Ghost of Fullerton’s Past Art Show gives FUHS students the opportunity to explore and showcase a more dark and eerie side of their artwork, as well as allowing students to experiment with different mediums such as photography, painting and sketching, sculpting and special effects. Special FX M...

The importance of women in STEAM

Students at a STEAM  meeting doing a Halloween stressball project. Photo by Gillian Hodgden.

Gillian Hodgden, Staff Writer

October 26, 2017

Today, women hold less than ¼ of all STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and math) occupations. However, this number is beginning to grow as more young women are beginning to get involved in local STEAM clubs and programs. The involvement of women in STEAM programs is important because ...

Emily Brezarich: Write, run, repeat!

photo by Anthony Rugama

Isabella Gomez, Jamie Ma

October 23, 2017

For senior Emily Brezarich, FUHS allowed her to weave her athletics and her creativity for the past four years. Brezarich runs cross country and track, participates in the unique BEAST program and is the Editor-in-Chief for the Tribe Tribune (the school newspaper) while also managing AP/IB classes. ...

Dreamers at FUHS

DACA Protest in Columbus Circle. Source: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:DACA_protest_Columbus_Circle_(90537).jpg

Kaya Ortega, Opinion Editor

October 20, 2017

The Trump administration finally followed through on their campaign promise to crack down on immigration by formally announcing the discontinuation of DACA: the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, on Sept. 5.   President Trump’s 2016 campaign was famously centered around taking hard action against ...

Abigail Lange: an academic triple threat!

Photo by Anthony Rugama.

Allison Park, Copy Editor

October 18, 2017

I choose Fullerton because it is “inspiring, my family, [a] real world preparation.” Junior Abigail Lange, Triple Threat and Academy of the Arts student, has been involved in theatre for as long as she can remember. In hopes of growing as a choir, theatre and dance student, she decided to att...

Daniel Chaderjian: scholar, thespian, inspirational

Photo by Anthony Rugama.

Isabella Gomez and Jamie Ma

October 18, 2017

Senior Daniel Chaderjian is involved in the Honors/AP/IB program, tennis, theater productions, and vocal ensemble, as well as a member of National Honors Society, California Scholarship Federation and STEAM Club. To Chaderjian, education is the foundation of college and career success and reaching...

Katie Trimble is marching towards success!

I Choose Fullerton

Jamie Ma and Alexandra Williams

October 17, 2017

I choose Fullerton because it is “memorable, challenging, and fun.” Junior Katie Trimble plans to participate in Concert and Marching Band for four years. She is a member of the Academy of the Arts, Tri-M Music Honors Society and National Honors Society/California Scholarship Foundation. She is ...

Michael Laverde: actor, dancer, and successful student

Photo by Anthony Rugama.

Jamie Ma, Student Life Editor

October 16, 2017

Senior Michael Laverde transferred out of his La Mirada school district to attend Fullerton Union High School. He is a four year participant in many programs including: AP/IB/Honors Program, Triple Threat Pathway, Academy of the Arts, Thespian Troupe #2498, and Tri-M Music Honor Society. Laverde credits...

How to pumpkin spice your life

Photo courtesy of Google.

Myah Phillips, Copy Editor

October 16, 2017

For most, it’s not fall until Starbucks rolls out the “Pumpkin Spice Latte.” From artsy, aesthetically pleasing photos on Instagram and “California cold” days of cozy studying, the P.S.L. is a mascot for fall. And for those whose sweet tooth craves that little extra bit of pumpkin spice in t...

Emily Kitley

Emily Kitley

Maya Chavez, Staff Writer

October 12, 2017

“I have von Willebrand's disease. I have type 3 which is the worst type. It’s generally in boys, but I’m one of the only girls in the world to have it. Von Willebrand's disease is like hemophilia. It’s a blood disorder where I’m missing von Willebrand factor in my blood, which regulates cl...

FUHS history through pictures

FUHS Class of 1895. Photo courtesy of the archives of the City of Fullerton.

Melanie Pinzon, News/Feature Editor

September 28, 2017

Attending a school with such a long and intriguing history can have it’s perks; with architecture as old as the city itself, FUHS has seen the heights and the downfalls of each era through its cracking cement walls. I took the liberty of looking through old historical documents to find the most i...