The Tribe Tribune

Free and Reduced Lunch Program reduces AP test fees

Free and Reduced Lunch Program reduces AP test fees

Gillian Hodgden, Staff Writer

May 14, 2018


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As the school year comes to an end and AP/IB testing season begins, many students feel that the pressures of testing expenses have caused financial hardship for their families. Prices for just one test range from $99 to $130 plus extra fees—which, for most AP/IB students, can be a limiting factor ...

Artist of the Month: Vanessa Marquez

Artist of the Month: Vanessa Marquez

Alexandra Williams, Staff Writer

March 23, 2018


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Sophomore Vanessa Marquez is an aspiring professional artist. Marquez has been drawing and painting for over three years and claims the key to being a great artist is practicing. “I just drew every day for two years and I was good,” Marquez said. Marquez’s “practice” method has worked...

Congratulations, Mr. Serna!

Congratulations, Mr. Serna!

Madison Velez, Staff Writer

February 22, 2018


Filed under Featured, News, School News, Showcase

Fernando Serna was awarded classified staff member of the year for Fullerton Union High School. Serna has been working in the district for 15  years and at FUHS for five months. Serna, a FUHS alumni, loves the diverse culture and beautiful open campus.  “Being able to work with such a wide...

Letters to your future self

Letters to your future self

Tyler Balsbaugh, Staff Writer

February 21, 2018


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Introducing a tradition that would soon become beloved, FUHS English teacher Leonardo Indelicato has provided a space for students to give their future-self advice. When Indelicato taught freshman, he would give his students an assignment to write a letter to their future self, which he would late...

Living with hyperhidrosis: a slippery slope

Living with hyperhidrosis: a slippery slope

Drew Soderquist, Staff Writer

February 21, 2018


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Hyperhidrosis, a disorder affecting about 2-3% of Americans, is classified as excessive sweating of the body. It is a disorder that can be not only damaging to one’s underarms, but their emotional confidence as well. FUHS junior William Hollon is one of the many that are affected with axillary hype...

FUHS history teacher rocks after hours

FUHS history teacher rocks after hours

Melanie Pinzon, News Editor

February 14, 2018


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When it comes to teaching, FUHS history teacher Robert Orr is notoriously eclectic. From singing quiz questions to his upkeep of popular culture, Orr is definitely well-liked amongst students for his ability to relate to the plights of being a teenager. However, most students don’t know about th...

Erika Pike-Gonzalez builds future through B.E.A.S.T.

Erika Pike-Gonzalez builds future through B.E.A.S.T.

Allison Park, Copy Editor

January 31, 2018


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Junior Erika Pike-Gonzalez joined the BEAST Program this year, blending her creative passions with science-based fascinations. She is currently creating an anatomical hand that can pick up lightweight objects. Along with 3-D printing plastics and shaping together wood scraps, B.E.A.S.T. student...

The History Tree

The History Tree

Megan Kim, Staff Writer

December 14, 2017


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Every year around the holidays, history teacher Mike Muhovich puts up a plain Christmas tree and allows his AP European history students to create history-themed ornaments to decorate it. The “History Tree,” as Muhovich has coined it, not only reflects the holiday spirit, but also serves as an e...

NHS gives thanks with Operation Gratitude

NHS gives thanks with Operation Gratitude

Maya Chavez, Staff Writer

December 4, 2017


Filed under Clubs and Programs, Featured, Showcase, Student Life

Members of the FUHS National Honors Society began their Thanksgiving break by participating in Operation Gratitude, a service project giving back to soldiers serving for the country, on Nov. 17. The President of NHS, senior Brittany Ruiz, explained the perks of offering the service project to the membe...

Savannah Zaragoza: First female FUHS football player

Savannah Zaragoza: First female FUHS football player

Jamie Ma, Student Life/Lifestyle Editor

November 17, 2017


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Traditionally, high school football is exclusive to male players, but not at FUHS. Being the first girl to play on the football team at FUHS, freshman Savannah Zaragoza is leaving her mark in FUHS history. According to Coach Gus Martinez, Zaragoza is the only girl to make it through training to the...

FUHS students celebrate fall

FUHS students celebrate fall

Maya Chavez, Jacquelin Arreola

November 9, 2017


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The Farm Fall Festival on Oct. 28 has officially kicked off the fall festivities for FUHS. The seasonal festival included a cake walk, chili cook off, and games like cornhole and a duck pond game where people used fishing rods to retrieve rubber ducks. Attendees could also visit the petting zoo f...

Ghost’s of Fullerton Past Art Show

Ghost’s of Fullerton Past Art Show

Tara Patton, A&E editor

November 7, 2017


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The Ghost of Fullerton’s Past Art Show gives FUHS students the opportunity to explore and showcase a more dark and eerie side of their artwork, as well as allowing students to experiment with different mediums such as photography, painting and sketching, sculpting and special effects. Special FX M...