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Behind the scenes of Cabaret

Jamie Ma, Alejandra Rodriguez, Karen Martinez, and Audry Jeong

March 31, 2019

The FUHS production of Cabaret awed audiences with its phenomenal acting, singing, and dancing. However, audiences often overlook what happens offstage - both during the show and the months prior to it. From makeup design to marketing, these aspects remain some of the most essential parts of a production....

How Apple has evolved

How Apple has evolved

Matthew Ballin, Staff Writer

February 22, 2019

Apple’s evolution over the years.   By: Matthew Ballin   In this day and age, everyone owns a technological device. Nowadays, kids are receiving devices earlier than ever, whether it be a smartphone, TV, or tablet, these devices can do pretty much everything from communication to ...

Kindness Matters: Katie Monson’s FUHS legacy

Kindness Matters: Katie Monson’s FUHS legacy

Jamie Ma and Madison Velez

February 4, 2019

Kindness Matters, a foundation created by the late Katharine (Katie) Monson in 2017, raises money for brain cancer awareness and research, while offering leadership opportunities for Fullerton students and promoting kindness in our communities. The foundation focuses especially on the youth of FJUHSD, a plac...

Prom 2019: A Night to Remember

Prom 2019: A Night to Remember

Drew Soderquist and Will Hollon, Staff Writer

January 18, 2019

Our 2019 prom will be on Apr. 6 from 7:30 to 11 p.m. at the Balboa Pavilion. The theme will be “A Night to Remember.” The Balboa Pavilion is a majestic Victorian structure located in Newport Beach with beautiful views of the bay with floor-to-ceiling windows. The dance will be held in the Harbo...

FUHS gym condemned

FUHS gym condemned

Drew Soderquist, Editor-in-Chief

January 17, 2019

On Wed. Jan. 9th, an inspector from the Division of State Architect, (DSA) which oversees all K-12 schools and community colleges) examined the FUHS gym for an installation of an air conditioning. He instead ended with the verdict that the gym is completely unsafe to be in, let alone play in. The ...

The importance of voting

The importance of voting

Tyler Huor, Staff Writer

November 2, 2018

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

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

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

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

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

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

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...