The Tribe Tribune

The importance of voting

The importance of voting

Tyler Huor, Staff Writer

November 2, 2018


Filed under Featured, Opinion, Showcase, Student Life

One of an American citizen’s most important civic duties is to vote. The midterm elections on Tue. Nov. 6 will heavily influence whether Democrats will gain power in Congress or if Republicans will remain.. Those who choose not to vote fail to comprehend what privileges stand before them. This lac...

The Night Gallery

The Night Gallery

Drew Soderquist, Editor-in-Chief

October 26, 2018


Filed under A&E, Featured

On Wed. Oct. 24 the Academy of the Arts presented the Night Gallery in the new Gallery 201. The Night Gallery provides a place for FUHS to feature their own creepy and supernatural creations for all to see. Senior Margeaux Lau’s photo “Tori gets the Tower” is displayed in the Gallery. “I t...

Angel Street: More than just a tale

Angel Street: More than just a tale

Edward Lopez, Staff Writer

October 25, 2018


Filed under A&E, Featured, Showcase

Do you like melodramas? Have a love for theatre? Then you should go and see “Angel Street”! “Angel Street” is the first production of the FUHS school year. It is an adaptation of the 1938 play “Gas Light” by Patrick Hamilton, one of the first productions shown in the Little Theatr...

Ms. Paige celebrates 125 Year anniversary

Ms. Paige celebrates 125 Year anniversary

Matthew Ballin, Staff Writer

October 16, 2018


Filed under Featured, Showcase

In celebrating our 125 year anniversary, our librarian Jean Paige contributes by remembering the school’s history. Ms. Paige has worked here for five years and loves being a part of the tribe. “Fullerton is a very historic school, and you can tell by the architecture and all the years we’ve ...

Fullerton Wall of Fame: New Inductees

Fullerton Wall of Fame: New Inductees

Drew Soderquist and Madison Velez

October 15, 2018


Filed under Featured, Showcase

The FUHS Wall of Fame inducted three new nominees this year on Fri. October 6, and were presented to the fans at the homecoming football game. Here is some information on each of the inductees:   Floyd Robert Ross (Class of 1946) Floyd Robert Ross is a former professional baseball player. Signed on t...

Esther Liu joins the Pacific Youth Symphony Orchestra

Esther Liu joins the Pacific Youth Symphony Orchestra

Drew Soderquist, Editor-in-Chief

October 12, 2018


Filed under Featured, Showcase

Sophomore Esther Liu recently auditioned and joined the Pacific Youth Symphony Orchestra as an oboist. The PYSO represents 29 schools and is a premiere training orchestra in Orange County. Coming from a musical family, Liu has played the oboe since elementary. “My sister and my mom were both...

FUHS remembers 9/11

FUHS remembers 9/11

Issak Flores, Staff writer

September 19, 2018


Filed under Featured, News, Showcase

FUHS JROTC held a memorial for the wounded civilians and service men that lost their lives on Sept. 11 2001, when the United States experienced a terrorist attack on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. Almost 3,000 American citizens lost their lives in the attack. Though many FUHS students wer...

David Kwon: Actor, Debater, Scholar

David Kwon: Actor, Debater, Scholar

Jayme Kim, Staff Writer

September 19, 2018


Filed under Featured, Showcase

Junior David Kwon was recently casted as Mr. Manningham in the fall production of Angel Street. Balancing theater, Speech and Debate, rigorous courses, and rock climbing in his free time, Kwon is very involved in extracurriculars in and outside of school. This is Kwon’s first year in theatre, but ...

New additions to FUHS math and science department

New additions to FUHS math and science department

Frankie Ortega, Drew Soderquist, and Jamie Ma

September 18, 2018


Filed under Featured, Showcase

  Emily Albaugh Coming straight from her Master’s program at UC Davis, Ms. Albaugh is one of the new additions to our math department, and currently teaches Geometry and Algebra 1 Foundations. Ms. Albaugh is excited about beginning her teaching career at Fullerton High School. “The ca...

Homecoming: “Through the Ages”

Homecoming: “Through the Ages”

Claire Valencia, Staff Writer

September 13, 2018


Filed under Featured, News, Showcase, Student Life

This year is Fullerton’s 125th anniversary, to mark this special year, the Homecoming dance theme is “Through the Ages.” ASB has worked very hard this year to bring us from the past to the present in this years dance. Make sure to also go to this year's Homecoming football game on Friday Oct. 5. Ther...

Natalie Hertogh wins gold at Pan-American Karate championship

Natalie Hertogh wins gold at Pan-American Karate championship

Josh Hanson, Jamie Ma, and Gillian Hodgden

September 10, 2018


Filed under Featured, Showcase

Junior Natalie Hertogh won gold for Team USA at the Pan-American Karate championships in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil on August 22nd-25th in her event (team form). Hertogh beat Canada in the last round to become the top competitor in her age division. Traveling to compete, for Hertogh, was more than just a competit...

12 FUHS students travel to Ukraine

12 FUHS students travel to Ukraine

Megan Kim, Opinion/Copy Editor

August 27, 2018


Filed under Featured, Showcase, Student Life

This summer, 12 FUHS seniors travelled across the globe to Lviv, Ukraine on a missions trip with their church. Tyler Baulsbaugh, Anna Coleman, Hallie Coleman, Emily Davis, Raquel Frausto, Cora Harrison, Joshua Jacob, Grace Johnson, Megan Kim, Damaris Neel, James Osborn, and Megan Weston--taught Englis...