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Midterms elections explained

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Jamie Ma, Editor in Chief

November 13, 2018

The political fervor of the past few weeks have come to an end, as the results of the 2018 midterm elections have been confirmed. With a total of 535 seats in Congress filled, the election can be difficult to understand. Though most of us cannot vote, we can still fulfill our civic duties by educa...

FUHS celebrates Red Ribbon Week

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Madison Velez, Sports Editor

November 6, 2018

Last week students and staff participated in Red Ribbon week, created to raise awareness of the harmful effects alcohol and drugs have on our lives. This week in particular is very important for the youth of our communities to understand and get involved in, and saying no to drugs is exactly what the Tribe did through the spirit week. All over t...

Marching band places second in two competitions

Drum Major Katie Trimble directs.

Alexandra Williams, Student Life/Lifestyle Editor

November 6, 2018

  The FUHS Marching Band and Pageantry Corps placed second in their division at their first California State Band Championship (CSBC) competition on Oct. 13. They placed second again on Oct. 27 at their second CSBC competition on Oct. 27. Marching band students are excited for the upcoming season...

College Applications Deadline

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Jayme Kim, Staff Writer

November 5, 2018

Seniors, if you are rushing to put in their college applications, here are some deadlines to some colleges conveniently all in a list.   November 29, 2018: San Jose University   November 30, 2018: California Maritime Academy California State (All under the Cal State application) Humboldt S...

NHS gives back with Operation Gratitude

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Audry Jeong, Copy and A/E Editor

November 2, 2018

Last Friday on Oct. 26, the FUHS National Honors Society members took part in Operation Gratitude. Operation Gratitude is an opportunity for students to help assist our soldiers overseas and remind them of the family they have at home during the holiday season. In an effort to give back to th...

FUHS Agriculture hosts fall festival

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Tyler Huor, Staff Writer

October 24, 2018

Agriculture’s Fall Festival will take place on Oct. 27, 2018. The Fall Festival exposes the public and non-agriculture students to what the FUHS agriculture program offers.   “There’s going to be games and food,” junior FFA Vice President Amanda Neuman said. “There’s also going to be a...

Ebell Club Grants FUHS Academy of the Arts $29,000

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Frankie Ortega, Staff Writer

October 24, 2018

The Ebell Club of Fullerton has granted FUHS 29,000 dollars for the school to update the music lab and choral room. The music lab, which is a new addition to the FUHS arts building, has been given 31 brand new Roland keyboards and student stations. All the keyboards are fully functioning with ped...

Choir performs in their annual fall concert

FUHS Choral students rehearse for their Fall Concert

Karen Martinez and Audry Jeong

October 19, 2018

The Choral Music Program at FUHS had their first school concert on Oct. 4 in the Plummer Auditorium. All levels of choir performed at the annual fall concert. Scott Hedgecock, director of the Choral Music Program, honored his last year teaching at FUHS by having the audience sing with the choir at th...

Speech and Debate participate in their first tournament of the year

Speech and Debate participate in their first tournament of the year

Alexandra Williams, Student Life Editor

October 5, 2018

The FUHS Speech and Debate team participated in the Jack Howe Memorial tournament in Long Beach the weekend of Sept. 22-23. Typically, the competition at this tournament includes teams all over California, plus teams from Arizona, Nevada and Oregon. “I know that we’ve been working really hard,...

College application day

College application day

Audry Jeong, Copy/Arts and Entertainment Editor

October 5, 2018

With college right around the corner, seniors are busier than ever trying to determine when, where, and how to apply. In an effort to assist seniors with this process, FUHS is bringing back College Application Day. While underclassmen take the PSAT/ASVAB, all seniors will be assisted in applying to unive...

BEAST wins in competition

BEAST wins in competition

Claire Valencia, Staff Writer

October 2, 2018

The FUHS B.E.A.S.T program, led by art teacher Mr. Hudson, recently won $5,000 in the Orkin “Start with Science” Challenge for schools and programs nationwide. Our B.E.A.S.T program was placed in the top 10 “most innovative” projects out of over 1,500 projects that were submitted. The ...

ComedySportz is excited for a new year of fun and competition

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Frankie Ortega, Staff Writer

September 27, 2018

ComedySportz is a competitive improv team that has been part of FUHS for three years. The participants love to be on stage and perform improv that is funny yet positive. The club focuses on creating a safe space for humor and not using stereotypes and insults as part of their performances. Instead t...