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Tribune staff writers recommend 80s classics

Tribune staff writers recommend 80s classics

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...

Tribe Tracks: Carlos Diaz

Tribe Tracks: Carlos Diaz

Zyde Novasky

March 12, 2020

Q: Who or what would you say most influences your taste in music? A: I say Playboi Carti...I know he’s really popular and everyone listens to him but once you see him in concert—or you’ve seen him three times like I have, he performs really well so it’s fun to see him live. Q: Do you go to concerts of...

Spring musical postponed

Spring musical postponed

Alejandra Rodriguez, Staff Writer

March 12, 2020

Editor’s Note: The Tribe Tribune learned Thursday night that the FUHS Theatre Department would have to postpone its production of Matilda. We are truly heartbroken. Our reporter Alejandra Rodriguez spent several hours transcribing interviews of dedicated theatre artists. To honor everyone’s hard ...

Academy of the Arts presents the Sustained Investigation Art Show

Academy of the Arts presents the Sustained Investigation Art Show

Jose Perez, Photo Editor

February 20, 2020

Fullerton hosted the Sustained Investigation Art Show on February 20 in the campus gallery, Room 201. The gallery featured digital photo prints from 175 students. Sizes of art pieces ranged from sizes of 8x10, 11x14, and 16x20. Students will have until Feb. 26. to view the gallery before art gets taken...

Tribe Tracks: Elias Beltran

Tribe Tracks: Elias Beltran

Zyde Novasky and Gillian Hodgden

February 20, 2020

Editor's Note: Here at the Tribe Tribune, we’re starting a new regular feature of student music taste. We thought this would be a great way to exemplify the diversity of musical interest across our campus. We asked various students for a five-song playlist of their current favorite songs, then sea...

Dance Production to perform Jan. 31

Dance Production to perform Jan. 31

Jayme Kim, Feature Editor

January 29, 2020

The FUHS Dance Production class will perform at the district Dance Festival along with Buena Park, La Habra, Sonora, Sunny Hills, and Troy at Plummer Auditorium on Friday at 7 p.m. Tickets will be $10 presale and at the door.  Each school is expected to showcase four pieces. Fullerton is scheduled to ...

A lifetime of Star Wars obsession grows with The Mandalorian

A lifetime of Star Wars obsession grows with The Mandalorian

Nathan Smith, News Editor

January 29, 2020

At age 5, I first experienced Star Wars when Return of the Jedi was on TV and my dad decided to share it with me. My first dose of lightsaber duels, space battles, and blaster shootouts sent me into a lifetime of geekdom and fanboy-ing over the most popular sci-fi franchise of all time.  Star Wars...

Jojo Rabbit promotes laughter, tolerance

Jojo Rabbit promotes laughter, tolerance

Josh Hanson, Sports Editor

November 7, 2019

Like most FUHS students, I watched Schindler’s List sophomore year. The black and white film clearly gave us a look at the horrific Holocaust. Recently, I watched Swing Kids, which shows Nazis manipulating German youth through propaganda.  And despite talking about Nazis again in my senior class, I took the on...

Playwright impressed with FUHS staging of play

Playwright impressed with FUHS staging of play

Jackson Jerome and Alejandra Rodriguez

November 7, 2019

Director and theater teacher Michael Despars wanted to choose a play that would teach his students the consequences of making decisions without proper thought.  He found the perfect project in Jiggs Burgess’s 2018 play The Girl in the White Pinafore based on the real-life New London school explosion in Texas on March 18, 1937. Fullerton is the first Cal...

Academy of the Arts presents Night Gallery

Academy of the Arts presents Night Gallery

Jose Perez, Photo Editor

October 24, 2019

The Night Gallery opening was hosted Oct. 23 in the campus gallery, Room 201. The gallery featured digital photos, media, and canvas pieces from 210 students. The gallery show would not have been possible without the dedication of teachers Maggie Crail, Jason Hess and Gabby Kudron. Students will hav...

Choir groups perform Oct. 4

Choir groups perform Oct. 4

Jeanmarco Flores, Reporter

October 3, 2019

The Fullerton High School choir program will host its annual Fall Choir Concert on Oct. 4 in Plummer Auditorium. The program will showcase many performances including four choir groups, five soloists and a barbershop quartet. Tickets will be sold for $10 (general admission) and student tickets are $5 at t...