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New FUHS staff looks forward

Assistant Principal Tina Wilde sits in her office. Photo by Melanie Pinzon.

Myah Phillips, Copy Editor

September 14, 2017

With a new school year comes new faculty and FUHS has plenty of new faces this year. And all are ready to join the FUHS community and become an “Indian For Life.” Agriculture teacher Summer Davis worked at both Norte Vista and Buena Park High School before coming to Fullerton, but couldn’t ...

Veteran teachers reflect on their time at FUHS

Henderson lectures his IB History of the Americas class. Photo by Melanie Pinzon.

Tara Patton, A&E Editor

September 13, 2017

Established in 1893, FUHS has seen its fair amount of teachers. The following teachers, having taught at FUHS for more than 20 years, have made an extraordinary mark on our campus. IB Coordinator Mark Henderson, teacher of IB History of the Americas and IB Theory of Knowledge, has been teaching ...

Kate Torres

Kate Torres

Isabella Gomez, Staff Writer

September 11, 2017

“When I was younger, I used to hang out with my friends and when we were bored, we would get on the back of my dad’s truck and sing Hannah Montana songs or High School Musical. High School Musical was my favorite music to sing [from Disney Channel] because I loved how dramatic Troy and Gabriella are. I defi...

Featured Artist: Adam Ritter

Featured Artist: Adam Ritter

Jamie Ma, Staff Writer

May 23, 2017

Junior Adam Ritter had been juggling football, theatre, and choir for three years before discovering his passion for the arts. Choosing between football and the arts was extremely difficult for Ritter. “Unfortunately, I’m not in [football] anymore because I wanted to do theatre and choir,”...

Jennifer Pham graduates early

Photo by Camille Salud.

Chloe Shin, Staff Writer

May 19, 2017

Growing up in Da Nang, Vietnam, Jennifer Pham was already accustomed to hectic schools and demanding curriculum. Then in 2015, she moved to California to attend FUHS as a sophomore. Pham plans to become either a math professor or an app designer involved in computer science. Influenced by her mat...

Call to action: climate change

March for Science

Allison Park, A&E Editor

May 2, 2017

Between 2000 and 2009, an average of 55 million people suffered from climate-related disasters annually. Damage costs hit $789 billion in the early 2000’s. While these startling numbers continue to escalate, it is easy for us to step back, ignore the problem and tell ourselves that global warming is...

Tenebrous clonings in science fiction novel The Originals

Photo courtesy of Google.

Myah Phillips, Staff Writer

April 13, 2017

To the outside world, “sisters” Lizzie, Ella and Betsey Best in Cat Patrick’s, The Originals, are the same person. The three are enrolled in school as one girl: Elizabeth, and they live their lives in thirds.   Lizzie attends the first half of the school day, Ella the second, and Betsey g...

Thomas Shields

Thomas Shields

April 6, 2017

“I was surprised when I found out I was nominated because I didn’t think that many people thought of me when they thought of performance stuff,” Mr. Fullerton nominee Thomas Shields said. Outside of school, Shields likes to find time to work on computers. “When you’re working on a comput...

Steven Ortega

Steven Ortega

April 6, 2017

Beginning in freshman year, Steven Ortega has visualized himself in the Plummer auditorium after he watched his first Mr. Fullerton. Not surprisingly, when Ortega found out he was nominated, he felt, “very excited.” Even though Ortega had imagined himself on stage since he was a freshman, he still...

Taylor Lucio

Taylor Lucio

April 6, 2017

Mr. Fullerton nominee, Taylor Lucio decided to add something unexpected to the Mr. Fullerton rally during break on Mar. 10. At the end of a short dance performed by all the boys in the quad, Lucio asked his girlfriend, senior Michaela MacDonald, to prom. She said yes. “I didn’t want to tell ...

Josiah Haugen

Josiah Haugen

April 6, 2017

After watching past Mr. Fullertons, Josiah Haugen had always wanted to be involved. “I’m not necessarily one of the people that hangs out on senior corner or is kind of 'the dude' but, I always wanted to do [Mr. Fullerton] and it always looked like fun,” Haugen said.   Haugen has struggled with...

Christian Viramontes

Christian Viramontes

April 6, 2017

In addition to Mr. Fullerton practices multiple times a week, Christian Viramontes manages to juggle school, a job, and baseball. Viramontes has played baseball since he was three years old. “This is my third year in baseball at Fullerton. Last year I didn’t play because I had to quit baseball...