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Joey Garcia

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Josh Hanson, Sports Editor

May 16, 2019

Throughout high school, senior Joey Garcia’s involvement in various programs including Future Farmers of America (FFA), Model UN, Fashion Club, and his role as Vice President of the E-Sports Club have shaped him into the person that he is today. Since his freshman year, FFA played a big part in his high schoo...

Adam Paniagua

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Nathan Smith, Staff Writer

May 16, 2019

Senior Adam Paniagua has participated in numerous programs in his four years of high school: running cross country and track since his freshman year, joining the speech and debate team, and taking an art class his senior year. Ever since he was a little kid, Adam has enjoyed art. “Art is kind of...

Amy Hatfield

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Jayme Kim, Staff Writer

May 16, 2019

Throughout high school, Amy Hatfield has found herself spending her time playing the flute and growing her interest in the medical field. Her freshman year, Hatfield decided to join Marching Band and Concert Band to take advantage of the opportunity of pursuing her musical interests. “I played f...

Anna Kate Mcintosh

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Jayme Kim, Staff Writer

May 16, 2019

For Anna Kate Mcintosh, her years at FUHS were full of making the most of her time here, while finding herself. “It’s a puzzle,” Mcintosh said. “You find different things about yourself that you fit into each category, so I kind of found people this year who I really understand and they u...

Hallie Coleman

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Alexandra Williams, Student Life Editor

May 16, 2019

For Hallie Coleman, high school has been about friendship, growth, and challenges. Wherever Hallie goes, she makes an effort to connect with the people around her. Hallie Coleman has played basketball since she was 8 years old. The sport has helped her learn how to be a team player and how to mana...

Robert Perez

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Gillian Hodgden, News/Feature Editor

May 16, 2019

For Robert Perez, high school has been transformative, both personally and educationally. The challenging courses he took during high school helped him mature and grow into the person that he is today. “My freshman year I was still a kid. Every year I learned more and I grew up more. I started t...

Tim Coleman

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Nathan Smith, Staff Writer

May 16, 2019

Since his childhood, Tim Coleman has been influenced by theatre and choir. Raised to enjoy singing and performing, Coleman’s experiences have brought him into many vocal art programs in his high school years. “I’ve always been told that my father’s side of the family was the theatre side, ...

Alice Chun

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Karen Martinez, Staff Writer

May 16, 2019

As the President of National Honors Society, the co-Captain of Dance Production, and a member of STEAM Club, Speech and Debate, and the MUN Club, Alice Chun has served an integral role here at FUHS. Chun describes her time in high school as an overall positive experience despite the hardships she fac...

Bella Muñoz

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Karen Martinez, Staff Writer

May 16, 2019

As one of nine kids, Bella Muñoz has had an upbringing unique to most high schoolers. “Growing up with eight siblings was a challenge as I always tried to be the best,” Muñoz said. “However, it’s pushed me to be competitive and I think that’s what made me be so motivated now to striv...

Senior Issue 2019

May 13, 2019

Congratz on graduating!!

Humans of Fullerton: Nick Arnold

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Andrew Jackson, Staff Writer

April 25, 2019

“My injury affected my everyday life because I couldn’t walk and pick things up without being in pain. Everything I did, hurt to do. It was the worst pain I’ve felt ever in my life, and it set me back a long time which sucked because I love to play soccer. The worst point in the pain was the first...

Humans of Fullerton: Jimena Velazquez

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Katryna Montano, Staff Writer

April 16, 2019

“When I’m home, I do have trouble, but I can't really ask my parents because they didn't get the same education as I’m getting, so usually I have to ask a friend, or I have to help my brothers do their homework. Most of the time, it does take a long time to do my homework. They are supportive, ...