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Cinthia Gonzalez Reyes

Cinthia Gonzalez Reyes

Annie Sanchez, Co-Editor-in-Chief

May 21, 2018

Despite overcoming obstacles as a child, Cinthia Gonzalez Reyes has thrived during her time at FUHS, earning the title of co-valedictorian. Although she is nervous that she will have to speak in front of such a big crowd at graduation, Reyes is very happy and grateful for the opportunity. “I am beyon...

Emily Ong

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Emily Brezarich, Editor-In-Chief

May 21, 2018

From serving the community to completing the rigorous IB program, Emily Ong has worked hard to make her parents proud, earning herself the title of co-salutatorian. Ong took inspiration from her parents, becoming heavily involved in academic and leadership programs. “[My parents] were the first...

Emily Brezarich

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Myah Phillips, Copy Editor

May 18, 2018

Emily Brezarich has loved just about every moment at FUHS and is grateful for all that her time here has done for her future. “I think I’ve been able to do a lot here at Fullerton. I’ve been given a lot of opportunities and I’ve had fun taking them,” Brezarich said. “For example, wit...

Philip Fisher

Philip Fisher

Allison Park, Copy Editor

May 18, 2018

“I would have to say, in all truthfulness, the biggest fear I can think of is walking by myself in Las Vegas. It’s just loud, noisy and everything smells like vomit. I always feel extremely uncomfortable when I have to walk around there, which I have to do quite often. Almost every year we take a roa...

Allison Park

Allison Park

Megan Kim, Staff Writer

May 18, 2018

Allison Park recently won the Disney Resort Dreamer and Doer Shining Star award for her work with human trafficking awareness and received a $1,000 grant for FUHS. This award honors students for taking action towards improving their communities through creativity and leadership. Human trafficking awareness...

Lynching Memorial shines new light on American history

This statue called

Audry Jeong, Staff Writer

May 18, 2018

Henry Parker. William Watson. Mahala Washington. Riley Anderson. Willis Wilson. Before today, they were just names. On April 26, 2018 the National Memorial for Peace and Justice, also referred to as the National Lynching Memorial, officially opened up to the public in Montgomery, Alabama. It is a site...

Isabella Schwimmer

Isabella Schwimmer

Jacquelin Arreola, Staff Writer

May 18, 2018

Isabella Schwimmer is a hard-working, up and coming Fine Art major who is inspired by both of her parents, who are equally supportive and influential. “I’d say that my mom helped a lot with me being an artist. She was an artist and it kind of went off on me and also my dad; I like the same ...

Hayden Harkins

Hayden Harkins

Jamie Ma, Student Life/Lifestyle Editor

May 18, 2018

Though Hayden Harkins is involved in many programs and sports, he has found his true passion in FUHS’ instrumental music program. Harkins’ role as Drum Major has taught him qualities he knows will help later in life. “It taught me how to be committed to something, leadership skills, how to work wi...

Steena Hubbard

Steena Hubbard

Alexandra Williams, Staff Writer

May 18, 2018

Steena Hubbard received a full-ride scholarship to California State University East Bay for her outstanding volleyball skills. Hubbard began playing for the FUHS varsity volleyball team her freshman year and was nervous since she was still relatively new to the game. The team spirit and friendship, ...

Annie Sanchez

Annie Sanchez

Myah Phillips, Copy Editor

May 18, 2018

Annie Sanchez has learned a lot about life during her four years at FUHS, and has truly grown from the experience. “I definitely grew throughout high school, just like everyone does. I feel like that’s what you do in high school: you grow, you learn how to do new things. And that’s exactly...

Dylan Nicholson

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Madison Velez, Photo Editor

May 18, 2018

Dylan Nicholson’s ability to be dedicated, humble, and light hearted are just three of the many things that got him to where he is today. After being on the varsity football team for four years, Nicholson feels that football has had the biggest impact on him. “I feel that football has had ...

Walt Wheeler

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Tyler Balsbaugh, Staff Writer

May 18, 2018

Balancing good grades and being on a varsity level team can be a struggle, but Walt Wheeler has been  able to succeed in both with his good work ethic and dedication. Wheeler is currently on the Varsity Basketball team and takes both his team and classes very seriously. Wheeler is also extremely...