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FUHS students walkout for change

Students hold up signs, speaking out against gun violence. Photo by Anthony Rugama.

Bella Gomez, Staff Writer

March 20, 2018

A sea of signs covered the front lawn on Wednesday as FUHS students and teachers participated in a nationwide walkout in memoriam of the 17 students and faculty members who lost their lives in the recent Parkland school shooting. Teachers, students, and parents joined together to honor and speak for...

Student walkouts against gun violence: what you need to know

The Stoneman Douglas High School community peacefully protests the recent shooting. Photo courtesy of the Los Angeles Times.

Gillian Hodgden, Staff Writer

March 9, 2018

Following the fatal school shooting in Parkland, Florida which killed 17 students and faculty, there will be a walkout at FUHS to honor those who were killed and to protest gun violence in schools. Here is what you need to know if you plan on participating in the FUHS school walkout. The walkout...

FUHS students dodge balls at District Dodgeball Tournament

Senior Taylor Garcia throws a ball. Photo by Cordelia Tran.

Bella Gomez, Staff Writer

March 9, 2018

Today, Mar. 9, students from all over the Fullerton Joint Union High School District will be participating in the 2018 District Dodgeball Tournament. The tournament will be held in Sonora High School’s gymnasium, located on 401 S. Palm Street at 6:30 p.m. The price of general admission is ...

FUHS production “The Yellow Boat” wins first place in One Act Festival

The cast performing a scene from The Yellow Boat. Photo by Michael Despars.

Melanie Pinzon, News/Feature Editor

March 6, 2018

FUHS Theatre won first place in the Southern California Thespian One Act Festival, advancing their production of “The Yellow Boat” to the main stage at the 2018 California State Thespian Conference this month. The play, which recounts the real-life experiences of eight-year-old Benjamin Saar who...

Congratulations, Mr. Serna!

Photo courtesy of Michael Despars.

Madison Velez, Staff Writer

February 22, 2018

Fernando Serna was awarded classified staff member of the year for Fullerton Union High School. Serna has been working in the district for 15  years and at FUHS for five months. Serna, a FUHS alumni, loves the diverse culture and beautiful open campus.  “Being able to work with such a wide...

Teacher of the Year: Maggie Crail

Teacher of the Year: Maggie Crail

Cordelia Tran, Staff Writer

February 20, 2018

On Feb. 16, FUHS announced art teacher Maggie Crail as the 2017-2018 Teacher of the Year. Crail has been part of the FUHS family since 2000, making this her 18th year as an Indian. Crail is beloved by both staff and students, and is a teacher who truly cares about her students, which is clearly ...

New year, new campus security

New campus security Frank Ramirez. Photo by Megan Kim.

Megan Kim, Staff Writer

February 8, 2018

This school year FUHS has welcomed many new faces to its growing staff. New campus security Frank Ramirez is just one of the many this school has grown to love. A Marine Corps Veteran, Ramirez also served in “Operation Desert Storm” prior to becoming campus security. Ramirez transferred to FUHS from Sonora High...

Speech and Debate wins first place at Arizona tournament

The Speech and Debate team poses with their first place trophy. Photo courtesy of Priscilla Merit.

Jamie Ma, Student Life Editor

January 17, 2018

Over winter break the FUHS Speech and Debate team competed at the annual Arizona State HDSHC Invitational at Arizona State University. The team won first place in the tournament for the third year in a row with a total of over 800 points, over double the points that the second place team earned. ...

FUHS’s first annual Powder Buff tournament

FUHS's first annual Powder Buff tournament

Amanda Foglesong, Sports Editor

December 8, 2017

For the first time in FUHS volleyball history, "Powder Buff" is blurring the lines of female only sports. Switching it up, Powder Buff has girls on the sidelines as coaches, and boys on the volleyball court. In previous years, senior Alexandra Pace proposed “Peach Fuzz,” which is a common name used for eve...

NHS gives thanks with Operation Gratitude

Photo courtesy of Mike Muhovich.

Maya Chavez, Staff Writer

December 4, 2017

Members of the FUHS National Honors Society began their Thanksgiving break by participating in Operation Gratitude, a service project giving back to soldiers serving for the country, on Nov. 17. The President of NHS, senior Brittany Ruiz, explained the perks of offering the service project to the membe...

Everything President Trump has done since his inauguration

Donald Trump is sworn into office Jan. 20. Source: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/6/6c/Donald_Trump_swearing_in_ceremony.jpg

Jamie Ma, Student Life/Lifestyle Editor

November 29, 2017

It’s been less than a year that President Donald J. Trump has been in office. In just a year, thousands of articles have been published about him and his actions. They can be difficult to understand or believe, but a quick overview of major things Trump has done can epitomize the presidency so far...

FUHS welcomes new principal

FUHS welcomes new principal

Kaya Ortega, Opinion Editor

November 13, 2017

Last Thursday FUHS welcomed a new principal into the Tribe family. Mrs. Laura Rubio previously held the title of Assistant Principal at Troy High School. Now she is preparing herself to take on the ultimate leadership role at FUHS. Rubio started her career in Santa Ana as a history teacher and e...