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Amanda appreciates the skills she has learned in Auto Body. “Im always going to need to be able to transport myself in places,” Libel said. “If I can learn how to fix certain things with my car by myself, I save money. I also get to have that satisfaction of knowing I fixed it.”

Libell finds interest in soccer, auto

Clerene Palean, Managing Editor May 24, 2022

Whether it’s dealing with mud on the soccer field or grease in the auto body shop, senior Amanda Libell isn’t afraid to get her hands dirty.  “Freshman year during an early weekend [soccer]...

Senior Samantha Rosas lives with Prader-Willi syndrome, a rare genetic condition, but it does not define her.

Rosas defies expectations

Jameson Oates, Editor-in-chief May 24, 2022

The month of May is dedicated to raising awareness for Prader-Willi syndrome, a rare yet intense genetic condition that makes every day difficult. Many kids with this condition are forced to be in special...

Senior Kennedy Hetts performs her Dramatic Interpretation speech on infertility, titled Death of a Small Civilization, during Fullerton’s open house in November of 2019.

Hetts leads with compassion, awareness

Alia Noll, Managing Editor May 24, 2022

Senior Kennedy Hetts’ passion for leadership and genuine connection with others began with a can of soup. “In sixth grade, Kennedy ran to be student body president,” said senior Frances Walton,...

In high school, counselor Erin Defries taught at the same studio where she learned to dance.

Staff taught dance, sailing, kindergarten

Tribe Tribune Staff May 24, 2022

As we approach the end of the school year, it’s time to start thinking about summer jobs. The Tribe Tribune staff talked to faculty about some of their high school and college jobs. Erin Defries...

Jonathan prepares for the luau-themed football game with his ASB peers.

ASB leaders make college plans

Jeremy Maldonado, Feature Editor May 24, 2022

Senior Jonathan Morales has been a part of ASB for three years and served as the ASB president this past year.  Jonathan is adored by many staff and students as he has been able to complete the full...

Fullertons International Baccalaureate diploma candidates pose with IB coordinator Mark Henderson. Eleven seniors participated in the full IB diploma program this year.

Seniors complete prestigious diploma

Tribe Tribune Staff May 24, 2022

This year, eleven seniors pushed themselves in the International Baccalaureate program, taking the most rigorous course load–Max Brickey, Dalia Eldjoundi, Garrett Fan, Kylee Gong, Kennedy Hetts, Sandy...

Jacklyn’s art pieces “are full of ghosts.”

Seniors excel in programs

Tribe Tribune Staff May 24, 2022

Jacklyn Horwood, American Sign Language By Laila Diaz Senior Jacklyn Horwood didn’t take American Sign Language just because she found the language intriguing. She took it because it might...

Students Evan Tallant and Bella Arriaga enjoy ATP Christmas Bowling party at the CSULB bowling alley after successful donation collection for Ally’s Rescue.

Adult students with disabilities enjoy work, learning

Clerene Palean, Managing Editor April 21, 2022

“We're all human, but sometimes it’s hard for people to see beyond the disability and see that these guys are people first,” said Kathi Pope, who teaches students with varying intellectual and physical...

Kings office is decorated with photo collages of her years at FUHS. This one is filled with photos from 2000-2001.

Teens lean on Rose for support

Madison Dominguez, Staff Writer April 21, 2022

FUHS alum and “honorary grandchild” Martin Miranda credits campus superviser Rose King with helping him survive high school and coming to terms with his own identity. He says her mentoring gave...

Senior Alejandra Rodriguez learned cursive in fourth grade at Golden Hill Elementary. Rodriguez says if your handwriting was “good enough,” you were required to write in cursive for the whole year.

SIGN OF THE TIMES

Anette Araiza and Amy Ramos April 21, 2022

Senior Leo Barragan never learned cursive handwriting in elementary school, so when it came time to sign his work permit and driver’s license, he had to get creative. Barragan adopted the cursive...

Sophomore Sage Masayvesa’s final video game project, titled “Eternal,” takes stylistic elements from old school video games.

Computer science classes offer path to good jobs

Jameson Oates and Osvaldo Munoz March 17, 2022

According to a recent U.S. News report, cybersecurity is the No. 1 job for pay and career growth in 2022. Software developer is No. 5. Whether it be in robotics, web design, programming, or computer...

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