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Great picks for small screens

Over the Garden Wall first aired in 2014, and currently holds a 91% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. Photo courtesy of flickr.com.

Nathan Smith, Entertainment Editor

October 15, 2020

It’s October. There’s nothing new. I’m pretty sure I’ve finished Netflix. Theaters might be “open," but until the pandemic is over, maybe it's best we embrace home entertainment.  Yeah, there’s a trailer for Season 2 of The Mandalorian, but why do I have to wait until the end of the m...

Trimble misses students making music together

Music teacher Troy Trimble teaches five different classes using 3 different screens during Distance Learning. Photo courtesy of Troy Trimble.

Jameson Oates, News Editor

October 14, 2020

What does a tuba and a lawsuit have in common? Answer: Everyone is relieved when the case is closed. As a tuba player for the marching band, I’ve heard plenty of cheesy jokes. True, the tuba is not the most popular instrument, but for two years I’d grown to love practice on the FUHS football ...

Tapia brings joy to others through art

Bethany took art all four years at Fullerton High School. Starting with drawing and painting freshman year and finishing with AP Art 2 her senior year. Photo provided by Bethany Tapia.

Jayme Kim, Feature Editor

May 21, 2020

Two students stand in the front of the room presenting their oral presentations for IB English class. While the rest of the class takes notes, senior Bethany Tapia also leaves little drawings of each student presenter next to her notes. “I gave them a little drawing and I would draw what their pres...

Maus views world through an insightful lens

Caysen capturing a mule carrying supplies in the village of Tannaout , Morocco, captured on a Nikon DF. Photo courtesy of Caysen Maus.

Gillian Hodgden, Editor-in-Chief

May 21, 2020

Caysen Maus may be someone who, at first glance, is a bit quiet. But take another glance at his photography and the depths of his personality shine through. Caysen grew up with a camera always pointing at him, with a professional photographer for a father. Caysen has taken after his dad and shifted ...

Photographer, writer focuses on learning not grades

Lexi Ruesga plans to study multiple subjects before settling on a college major.

Alejandra Rodriguez, Club Editor

May 21, 2020

An aspiring author and photographer, senior Alexa Ruesga's passions have shaped who she is. Her personality makes her stand out to her teachers who appreciate her dedication to learning and to art. Photography teacher Maggie Crail loves being Lexi’s instructor. Crail admires her openness and her methodical approach to her work.  “Lexi is the type of student that ...

Tribe Tracks: Zachary Holden

Sophomore Zach Holden embraces dark music.

Zyde Novasky, Staff Writer

May 21, 2020

Editor’s Note: The Tribe Tribune started publishing our regular feature called Tribe Tracks in February in order to highlight the diversity of musical interests across our campus. Each issue featured a one-on-one student interview along with a few student-curated playlists. Instead of an interview this month due to the...

Star Wars: The Clone Wars makes wildly entertaining return

Anakin Skywalker (voice of Matt Lanter) faces off against Count Dooku (voice of Corey Burton). Photo courtesy of flickr.com.

Nathan Smith

May 19, 2020

After I finished watching the original Star Wars trilogy as a kid, I asked my dad if there were more. I wanted to see as much laser blasting, lightsaber fighting, and spaceship battling that I could. My dad told me there were three more movies, but that they were dumb and I shouldn’t waste my time...

Junior sews, draws during quarantine

“I’m looking into sewing masks and giving them out, as I read an article that provided a great pattern,” Soleil said. “I think people really should save the disposable ones for the hospitals; my neighbor is a nurse and gave us a few disposable masks, but why take them from the hospital when we could make our own?”

Jackson Jerome, Reporter

May 18, 2020

During the regular school year, junior Soleil Paquin always prioritizes academics over personal activities. Now, quarantine has given Soleil more time to pursue her artistic interests. “I’m terrible at time management,” Soleil said, although her accomplishments would beg to differ. She enjoys sewi...

Sophomore excels in multiple art forms

Sophomore excels in multiple art forms

Tribe Tribune Staff

April 16, 2020

Sophomore Arabella Varieur originally took the photo entitled “Wings of Change” to include in her AP 2D design portfolio. “My portfolio explores the topic of philosophical identity, and I had the idea to use butterflies to portray the concept of change and growth,” Varieur said. “Luckil...

Junior draws original, digital characters

Ian Blevins designed an original character called Dr. Cyberbeast. “I like to try to design interesting looking characters, not necessarily to use the characters in something. It's just good practice and it's fun,” Ian said.

Jackson Jerome, Reporter

April 16, 2020

Junior Ian Blevins uses his iPad and imagination to bring his characters to life. “I just enjoy drawing characters with interesting designs as a way to help myself understand what makes other’s character designs so good,” Ian said. Ian says that his art hasn’t been negatively impacted by...

A Series of Unfortunate Events entertains despite dismal tone

The series premiered in 2017 and is based on Daniel Handler’s popular book series. Photo courtesy of wikimedia.com.

Nathan Smith

April 16, 2020

Being trapped inside with nothing to do is largely unfortunate. Facing boredom is unfortunate. Having to do online school until the end of the school year is unfortunate. However, these unfortunate events are nothing compared to what the Baudelaire orphans experience in the critically-acclaimed Netflix...

Tribune staff writers recommend 80s classics

The Tribe Tribune staff recreated movie scenes from popular 80s teen films, including Ferris Bueller's Day Off (1986).
Photo by Lauren Wright.

Tribe Tribune Staff

March 12, 2020

  Ferris Bueller's Day Off influences later films, culture By Nathan Smith Ferris Bueller's Day Off was released in 1986 and has gained a reputation as one of the most hilarious movies of all time. It’s remembered primarily for its fourth-wall breaking, iconic story, and excellent performances, especial...