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FUHS Identity Show takes deeper look at students’ lives

Tara Patton and Myah Phillips, Staff Writers

February 24, 2017

Capturing your true identity in a single photo is no easy task, especially for your typical teen who has barely discovered who they want to be. However it is a task that is conquered annually as FUHS art students participate in FUHS Art’s Identity Showcase. For the show, students are asked to draw, pa...

Pollinating bees replaced by drones

Pollinating bees replaced by drones

Jamie Ma, Staff Writer

February 23, 2017

The Los Angeles Times recently published an article on how scientists plan to tackle the decreasing bee population through robots. In October, yellow-faced bees were placed on the Endangered Species List for the first time (see the article ‘Bees officially labeled "endangered species"’). A...

Christian Club to host Beauty from Ashes

Christian Club to host Beauty from Ashes

Emily Brezarich, News editor

February 22, 2017

This year, FUHS Christian Club’s Beauty from Ashes looks to empower attendees with a combination of music, spoken word, skits and more. An annual event, Beauty from Ashes invites high school girls everywhere to enjoy a night of pampering and enlightenment in Jesus Christ. The girls will be serv...

FUHS goes 1-1 with Chromebooks

FUHS goes 1-1 with Chromebooks

Allison Park, A&E Editor

February 4, 2017

FUHS will officially be 1-1 with Chromebooks by Feb. 17th. Seniors, juniors and sophomores will receive their Chromebooks from Feb. 6-10, while an entire week, Feb. 13-17, will be dedicated to the freshmen. Students have no need to worry about receiving their Chromebooks. With no traffic in the line, an en...

Students respond to Netflix tax

Students respond to Netflix tax

Allison Park, A&E Editor

February 3, 2017

Fullerton students express their discontent and confusion with the highly discussed “Netflix Tax,” which over 45 California cities are considering passing. This 9.4 % video streaming tax would make Netflix membership prices increase from $9.99 to $10.93—nearing an additional dollar a month. P...

School lockdown reinforces need for lanyards

All teachers were instructed to follow lockdown procedure. Photo by Khang Vinh.

Myah Phillips, Staff Writer

February 2, 2017

The unexpected happened yesterday when reports revealed that there was a man walking down Chapman near the FUHS campus with a knife at around 7:40 a.m. Principal Rani Goyal immediately put the school in lockdown. Students who arrived on campus for 1st period were told to go to the nearest classroom they...

Chinese foreign exchange students visit FUHS

Exchange student, George, ties balloons onto a sign for the Student of the Month luncheon on Jan. 26.

Meghan Taylor, Copy Editor

January 31, 2017

Last week, FUHS welcomed six foreign exchange students from China. Each student was partnered with a “buddy” in ASB to better acclimate to our school. For the entire week, the students shadowed their partner from class to class, learning about our culture along the way. Most of them found the...

NHS participates in Project Linus

NHS participates in Project Linus

Meghan Taylor, Copy Editor

December 13, 2016

On Dec. 9, National Honors Society hosted a Project Linus event as a service project for the club. Project Linus is an organization that donates blankets to children suffering from serious illness or trauma. At the event, NHS members made blankets to donate to the organization. Club leaders, se...

Instrumental Music Concert overcomes date change

Instrumental Music Concert overcomes date change

Jamie Ma, Staff Writer

December 12, 2016

After dealing with some complications with the Plummer Auditorium, Fullerton Union High School’s instrumental music program will host their annual winter concert on Dec. 12, despite a last minute date change. Every December, the program puts on a holiday show, featuring each of the program’s ensembles: con...

Scarves across the cities

Members of the Beta Sigma Phi sorority in North Carolina attach small messages to the scarves.

Allison Park, Staff Writer

December 7, 2016

As the holiday season lurks around the corner and the temperatures are dropping, churches and charity groups across the United States are tying scarves to trees for the homeless in a project called “Scarves Across the Cities”. Along with a warm scarf, members of the Beta Sigma Phi sorority attach ...

Castro dead at age 90

Castro dead at age 90

Jamie Ma, Staff Writer

December 6, 2016

In 1959, Fidel Castro became the military dictator of Cuba, transforming the island into the first communist country in Latin America. On Nov. 26, many Cuban citizens rejoiced in his announced death at age 90. Cuba just concluded a nine day mourning period under Castro’s brother Raul, Cuba’s cur...

Girls water polo coach Tim Herbertz resigns

Kaya Ortega, Staff Writers

December 2, 2016

Girls water polo coach, Tim Herbertz, will leave the Fullerton team to coach the Mater Dei aquatics program. After 3 years of coaching at Fullerton, Herbertz will step down and boys water polo coach, Mike Varela, will take his place. Since 2013, the girls water polo team has built their program un...