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Senior Cole Thomson strikes a pose during the finale at the fall dance concert.

Dance concert highlights programs variety

Katherine Martinez and Kylee Van Es December 19, 2022

Junior Paloma Dowdle admits dance class the past few years has been challenging. With COVID and working through multiple injuries during shows, they just wanted a stress-free and upbeat dance for the...

In the scene The Monsters, the narrator– after monologuing about how school is important for kids–is scared by the monster, forming an alliance with the young Isabelle. This was the third year FUHS students helped elementary school students bring their stories to life.

Theatre Department celebrates achievements

Sophia Galvan, Editor-in-Chief December 19, 2022

From performing at an elementary school to helping fund public school arts programs across California, the work of Theatre Program Director Michael Despars and his students deserve to be celebrated. The...

Senior Marco LaRosa, playing both the Announcer and the Wooly Mammoth, bows. BEAST students created the mask and matching mammoth feet, which LaRosa wears during the play.

The Skin of Our Teeth: Costumes, sets, props provide fun spectacle for fall play

Alex Miranda and Saray Santiago November 9, 2022

Over 100 costumes. A dinosaur. The plague. A wooly mammoth. Beauty contests. War. Technical extravagance and creativity combine to create FUHS Theatre’s The Skin of Our Teeth. With so many specific...

Senior Jude Smith’s photo captures senior Dylan Alvord floating in English teacher Kimberley Harris’s classroom.

Students create Magical Realism, Ofrendas pieces

Sofia Matin and Jonathan Piña-Villanueva November 7, 2022

The FUHS Art Department classes of Maggie Crail, Gabby Kudron, Jason Hess and Scott Hudson displayed art from their classes’ Magical Realism and Ofrendas assignments in the campus gallery, Room 201,...

#14, Sophia Galvan, and #7, Sophia Goldblatt, confront each other as #46, Araya Wright, stands awkwardly alongside them.

The Wolves showcases realistic female teen characters

Sofia Matin and Alex Miranda October 11, 2022

FUHS students are familiar with the Disney Channel female archetypes. There’s Funny Girl, Shy Girl and Angry-Bully Girl. But those one-dimensional TV characters fall short of telling complete stories. In...

Hannah Stewart, class of 2016, graduated from Biola University with a Bachelor’s in Design. Stewart uses digital software to create most of her work.

Campus gallery features alumni art

Jonathan Piña-Villanueva, Feature Editor October 11, 2022

Former Fullerton High School students had the opportunity to showcase some of their work in an alumni art show held on campus in Gallery 201 on Sept. 30. To demonstrate their skills and experience, alumni...

Marenco as Mrs. Wormwood in the costume she designed and constructed specifically for Act 2 so she could fall into the splits.

Roller derby, costumes, science: Marenco does it all

Sophia Galvan, Campus Arts Editor May 24, 2022

Some people are surprised to hear that senior Scarlet Marenco will major in Biology and minor in Women’s Studies at Cal State Fullerton next year. After all, as the top costume designer for the FUHS...

Maxs custom-built Ratatouille minifigures.

Brickey builds his way to the top

Sydney Rosas, Staff Writer May 24, 2022

When I awoke on my 16th birthday, I was greeted by a package without a name or address. I didn’t know what I expected to find in this mystery box, but it certainly wasn’t a custom-built LEGO minifigure...

Senior Jazmin Munoz photographed senior Alexia Ocampo for the photography programs Ofrendas Gallery last year.

Munoz will pursue photography

Alejandra Rodriguez, Editor-in-Chief May 22, 2022

IB Diploma candidate and four-year photo student senior Jazmin Munoz is always prepared.  “I always have everything. I have tissues, I have lotion, I have deodorant, I have gum, I have everything...

Cherish performs her piece, “Love Shouldn’t Hurt” during the Fall Dance Concert. Mrs. Oberlander explains how she’s enjoyed watching Cherish grow over the past four years. “Every year she’s just continued to grow and become more confident as a dancer but also as a young woman. Being able to see her grow as a choreographer, and not just touch on really simple choreography, but actually focus on some really challenging topics herself, has been really awesome to see her grow in that way,” Oberlander said.

Dancers take center stage

Tribe Tribune Staff May 22, 2022

Cherish Angus   Sofia Ayala Alana Plick Reporters Kara Kim, Kitty Martinez, and Anna Schleicher contributed to this story.

Senior Chelsea Yun leads worship on the piano and keyboard at Calvary Chapel La Habra, currently serving in both the youth ministry and main service.

Faith, music influence Yun

Reagan Glidewell, Staff Writer May 19, 2022

Senior Chelsea Yun has been involved in music her entire life. She has been an Academy of the Arts member at FUHS since 2018, playing piano in the Jazz Ensemble.  Senior Eliza Lynch, who plays the...

In addition to competing and attending workshops, FUHS thespians were invited to just have fun at the recent festival. (Left to right) Sophomore Emily Gjevre, sophomore JojoFares, sophomore Mollie Holbrook, junior Donny Cannady, sophomore Avery Hung and senior Sarah Kelekoma perform “Ex-Wives” from Six: The Musical in a lip sync battle on April 8 at the California Thespian Festival.

Springing Back Into Action

Sophia Galvan, Campus Arts Editor April 21, 2022

After two years of glitchy Zoom monologues and virtual shows, FUHS theater students are filling their time with multiple live performances and competitions. California State Thespian Festival To...

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