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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...

Sophomore Jordan Fares choreographed the dance “Let the Games Begin.”(Left to right) Yuna Basas, Leeyah Gray, Vannessa Perez (front) Jordan Fares

‘Evermore’ concert to showcase past, present, future

Topics ranging from sexual abuse to 9/11 to the Russian Revolution will be showcased April 22-23 at the Fullerton Dance Department’s spring concert “Evermore.” About 200 FUHS dancers from...

Senior Emma Hill as Matilda Wormwood. FUHS theater students will perform Matilda in the Little Theater on March 17-19. All shows are sold out.

Matilda: The Musical closes with sold out shows

Sophia Galvan, Campus Arts Editor March 17, 2022

When opening night for Matilda arrived on March 13, 2020, the cast and crew were met with the news that the show was to be postponed for two weeks due to the COVID outbreak. But two weeks turned into a...

Nate with his favorite artists (Clockwise from top left corner: A Tribe Called Quest, Crowded House, Oingo Boingo, Green Day, MF DOOM)

Tribe Tracks: Nathaniel Baesel

Zachary Holden, Entertainment Editor March 15, 2022

Senior Nathaniel Baesel may seem like an ordinary student, but his artistic accomplishments say otherwise. Nate is truly a master of many arts. As an actor, Baesel recently played the lead of the Aviator...

Sophomore Madeline Nisbet wants to show how anxiety can skew our perception of reality. She used her sisters hands and their shower room door to get the sliding down effect. Nisbet says the hands represent our internal thoughts.
“We just judge with our eyes, and then our internal thoughts kind of get blown out of the way. The hands represent the internal thoughts trying to break through, but we really just see surface level of the everyday eye.”

Photo students showcase personal themes

Tribe Tribue Staff February 17, 2022

Advanced and AP Photography students have spent their year delving into a topic of their choice and exploring them artistically through their pictures. Advanced students chose about six images for...

Tool performs as a wild array of visuals are displayed in front of and behind them.

Crowd Control: Concert Going in the Age of COVID

Zachary Holden , Entertainment Editor January 26, 2022

While Taylor Swift recorded two full-length albums from her home during the 2020 COVID lockdown, and other musicians gravitated to genres like hyperpop with DIY aesthetics, live music scenes imploded....

Sophomore Karisma Beltran performed in Skies The Limit: Stories from Orangethorpe in the Little Theater on Dec. 1 and Dec. 2. The eight vignettes were based on stories written by elementary school children.

Elementary school writers see stories come to life

Sophia Galvan and Anette Araiza December 12, 2021

Pam Keller’s first, second and third grade students are just learning how to write. But what the Orangethorpe elementary school children lack in experience, they make up for in enthusiasm. Students...

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