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THE TRIBE TRIBUNE

201 E Chapman Ave, Fullerton, CA 92832

THE TRIBE TRIBUNE

201 E Chapman Ave, Fullerton, CA 92832

THE TRIBE TRIBUNE

Arts

A punk crowd moshes in an empty skate pool in March 2024.

Punk is not Dead

Alyssa Corona, Staff Writer May 22, 2024

Maybe it was my first corny breakup, but when I was a freshman and a sophomore, I was into emo music a lot, from Alesana to Bring Me the Horizon to Pierce the Veil. I even paid $180 in 2022 for my My Chemical...

Junior Olivia Gomez says portraying the role of Sherlock Holmes was a nice change of pace.
“It was a very new experience,” Gomez said. “It was very fun to embody a new character and figuring out the mystery.” (Photo by Jonathan Piña-Villanueva)

Dance concert reimagines books

Sophia Goldblatt, Campus Arts Editor May 17, 2024

When sophomore Andromeda Bruschke heard that this year’s Spring Dance Concert theme was centered around books, she knew exactly which story to bring to life. Bruschke based her dance on Mary Wollstonecraft’s...

One of Brenda Negretes portfolio pieces of her mother.

Sustained Investigation Gallery Recap

Spike Lopez, Research Librarian March 13, 2024

Editor’s Note: Although there were over 20 students featured in the sustained investigation gallery on Feb. 15, the Tribe Tribune couldn’t cover all the astonishing artists and we felt Brenda Negrete...

(Left) BEAST students Isabella Curiel and Katie Hudson’s “A Monster Calls” costume. (Center) AP Photography student Nathan Vaughn’s “Don’t Stop.” (Right) AP Studio Art student Emily Kugelmann’s “Heart over Head.”

Senior artists’ work honored at Muckenthaler

Sofia Tabbal, Sports Editor February 17, 2024

Senior Spike Lopez was truly honored when they learned that their painting would be displayed at the Muckenthaler Cultural Center for the district art show, but transporting the oversized 4-feet high by...

Tribe Tracks

Tribe Tracks

Daniela Romero, Reporter February 16, 2024

Editor’s Note: Here at the Tribe Tribune, we’re revisiting Tribe Tracks, where we feature students and their unique musical tastes. We asked students to list their top five favorite songs, and then...

FUHS Senior Sam Neal has composed about 50 songs in their room, some with guitar and others with piano.

NEW ARTIST PROFILE

Angelique De La Cruz February 1, 2024

  Junior Mia Kanchanapoomi invited Sam Neal over to her house last December, and after a quick tour of her room, Sam spotted a guitar. Sam asked if they could use it, and started to play Mia’s...

Photo students creatively translate the same subject through their own artistic voices.

SOLD!

Helen Sanders, Art Editor December 15, 2023

The FUHS’ Gallery 201 held its Selling It! art show on Dec. 7. Artists were encouraged to adopt the styles of commercial art in their works. Commercial art is created purely for marketing purposes,...

Advanced Dance and Dance Production, as well the Ladera Vista dance team and OC Hip-Hop group G-Train, will be performing in the annual Fall Dance concert tonight and Friday at 7 p.m. in the auditorium. Tickets are $10 for general admission and $5 for students. Tickets are available at the door or online at fuhs.booktix.com.

Fares choreographs her own adoption story

Evelyn Ishikawa, Campus Arts Editor November 30, 2023

Senior’s adoption story inspires her dance Senior Jojo Fares is a master storyteller. She loves to write and act, but Jojo’s best art comes through her insightful choreography. Even as a freshman,...

Conor and Mum embrace after a choreographed number involving the ensemble wrapping them with ropes symbolizing the tree branches.

Performers, crew, designers work together to stage Monster of a show

When senior Connor Udhus was cast as a teen dealing with his mother’s terminal illness, he knew he would be able to connect his own experience to his character. The play follows Conor O’Malley as he...

A selfie taken by Crail in 2014. (From left to right) Jake Crail, Maggie Crail, Sofia Crail, and Jacob Crail. Her daughter Sofia is currently a junior at FUHS and Jacob graduated in 2023.

Crail leaves legacy of skill, compassion

Evelyn Ishikawa, Campus Arts Editor September 28, 2023

When senior Sam Neal showed up for the first day of school she was excited for her fourth year of photography. But when she arrived to second period, Sam was surprised and sad to learn that photo teacher...

Senior Alexis Helmer performed the national anthem at the Cal State Fullerton soccer stadium. Helmer’s uncle is the CSUF women’s soccer coach and asked her to perform.

Theatre seniors dedicate themselves to the arts

Tribe Tribune Staff May 28, 2023

Editor's note: The first year back without COVID-19 restrictions was a successful one for the FUHS Theatre Program. Our campus was named one of the twenty-five Premier Communities for Theatre Education...

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