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FUHS to host 2016 Rotary End Polio Now Jog-a-Thon

FUHS to host 2016 Rotary End Polio Now Jog-a-Thon

Emily Brezarich, News Editor

October 3, 2016

FUHS will host the fourth annual Fullerton Rotary End Polio Now Jog-a-Thon on Oct. 22. 75% of all Jog-A-Thon funds raised by each high school student will go to his or her represented high school club like National Honors Society (NHS).  Participants can jog or walk on the track as well as enjoy...

Freshmen v. Seniors

Senior Justin Kim says that in high school you should

Myah Phillips and Emily Caluya

September 26, 2016

For freshmen, high school is a scary, yet exciting beginning. Seniors have a more blasé outlook on their time here, but still hold on to the nostalgic factors high school has had to offer them.   Freshman Alex Ramirez pictures high school as a place to start fresh. “I feel like [high school] is...

Homecoming 2016

Homecoming King Taylor Lucio and Homecoming Queen Michaela MacDonald just after being crowned on Sept. 16.

Meghan Taylor, Copy Editor

September 24, 2016

Homecoming took place on Sept. 17 from 7:30p.m.-10:30p.m. The “Starry Night” themed dance broke ticket sale records and the high attendance rate made the dance a huge success. A lot goes into creating a successful event. Even smaller, unforeseen challenges can take extra time to deal with. ASB...

Italy’s plan to launch “Fertility Day” cancelled

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Meghan Taylor, Copy Editor

September 20, 2016

On Aug. 31 the Italian ministry of health launched a new campaign for a nation wide “Fertility Day” to encourage young women to get pregnant. Fertility Day was set to be Sept. 22 but, due to reactions marking the campaign offensive, it was retracted. Alongside the campaign, several ads were rel...

Minnesota mall attack linked to ISIS

Jensine Kraus, Staff Writer

September 20, 2016

An ISIS-related terrorist attack left 10 wounded at Crossroads Mall in St. Cloud, Minnesota on Sept. 17, FBI says. “All of a sudden chaos just broke out,”  said Ashley Bane, a J.C. Penney employee at Crossroads mall. “There was a bunch of people running into the J.C. Penney mall entrance, and ...

Zika virus and Alzheimer’s disease may be related

Meghan Taylor, Copy Editor

September 19, 2016

A new study has demonstrated that the zika virus, a mosquito borne virus, can cause brain damage similar to Alzheimer’s disease. Previous to this study, it was believed that the virus only had a major effect on pregnant women. The infection had been connected to a condition called microcephaly, a...