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Humans of Fullerton: Maria Muñoz

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Audry Jeong, Copy/Arts and Entertainment Editor

March 20, 2019

“I come from a Mexican community. I was raised in a family of nine kids raised by a single mom and it was her who shaped me to be who I am. Every time I think of quitting, I constantly remind myself that it was nowhere near as hard as what my mother had to do to raise all nine of us. I work hard so ...

Humans of Fullerton: Jasmine Sanchez

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Audry Jeong, Copy/Arts and Entertainment Editor

March 20, 2019

“My family is the traditional hispanic family. We go to what we call the ‘Posadas’--which is a re-enactment of Mary and Joseph’s search for a lodging in Bethlehem-- around Christmas time. For Hispanics, we typically celebrate on the 24th instead of the 25th and we cut the ‘rosca’--which i...

My Tribe: Morgan Forrester

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Drew Soderquist, Editor-in-Chief

March 8, 2019

Senior Morgan Forrester has been an Indiancer for the past three years, and is now co-Captain of Song, a mixture of cheer and dance. Song stemmed from the Indiancers, and became a team in the 2018-2019 school year. “It’s really weird going from dance classes everyday to trying to learn cheers with...

My Tribe: Wyatt Logan

My Tribe: Wyatt Logan

Matthew Ballin, Staff Writer

January 22, 2019

Junior Wyatt Logan began playing water polo at the age of five and decided to continue to pursue the sport at FUHS after seeing the success of the water polo program. Logan enrolled without many connections, as most of his friends from junior high attended other schools. But, water polo helped him ad...

Speech and Debate’s success in San Gabriel

Speech and Debate's success in San Gabriel

Jamie Ma, Editor in Chief

October 24, 2018

The FUHS Speech and Debate team competed at the Gabrielino Screamin’ Eagles tournament this past weekend on Oct. 20. The team earned 20 finalist trophies across Varsity and Novice divisions. Sophomore Astor Redhead earned third place in varsity Extemporaneous Speaking. “I was nervous that I w...

Dance Production leaps into a new year

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Megan Kim, Copy Editor

October 18, 2018

The new school year has brought many new opportunities for the FUHS Dance Production (DP). On top of a new coach, DP is now performing at football and basketball games with cheer and song. “So far, [this year] is going really well, it’s been a transition because we have a new coach this year, ...

Comic Book day at FUHS

Comic Book day at FUHS

Nathan Smith, Staff Writer

October 18, 2018

FUHS has the unique opportunity of allowing Comic Book Hideout, located in Downtown Fullerton, to come and sell comic books in the Upper Library. The sale will occur today, Thurs., Oct. 18. Comic books will cost only one dollar. There will also be information on the importance of comic books in society t...

Varsity cheer starts with new spirit and coaches

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Alejandra Rodriguez, Staff Writer

October 9, 2018

With two new coaches and the addition of Song, varsity cheer started the year with more Tribe pride. “I personally think the changes are going very well,” senior Emily Aguilar said. “It has been good so far with our new coaches - especially stunt wise.” The addition of Song has helped...

FUHS students and their jobs

FUHS students and their jobs

Karen Martinez, Staff Writer

October 3, 2018

For teenagers, having a job can be a big deal. It not only signifies that students are quickly approaching adulthood, but it allows students to learn to take on new responsibilities. Jobs teach students how to manage their time and find a balance between school, extracurriculars, and a job. Today, it’s co...

Which decade do you belong in?

Which decade do you belong in?

Gillian Hodgden, News and Feature Editor

October 2, 2018

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Joshua Miller: National Merit Scholar

Joshua Miller, National Merit Scholar

Nathan Smith, Staff Writer

September 28, 2018

Senior Joshua Miller was recently named a National Merit Scholar for his achievements on the PSAT/NMSQT. National Merit Scholar is an honor given to the top 1 percent of students in the country, or qualifying students receiving a high score on the PSAT/NMSQT their junior year. “Being a National M...

FUHS band and choir perform the national anthem at Angel Stadium

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Nathan Smith, Staff Writer

September 25, 2018

The FUHS Instrumental and Choral Music programs performed at Angel Stadium Sept. 15 and 16. Both programs performed the national anthem for thousands of baseball fans along with other schools in the area. Sophomore Vincent Alatorre, part of the choral music program, describes the practice necessary for t...