Humans of Fullerton

Humans of Fullerton: Ezekiel Yousling

Humans of Fullerton: Ezekiel Yousling

Frankie Ortega, Staff Writer

May 29, 2019

“Going to school with two of my siblings is actually really cool. All of my siblings went to Fullerton and I am the last one. A lot of people know my siblings because there [are] so many of us so that is kind of cool also. To be exposed to more people and just knowing people around campus is kind of...

Humans of Fullerton: Garrett Eikerman

Humans of Fullerton: Garrett Eikerman

Matthew Ballin, Staff Writer

May 29, 2019

  “My first year of high school was great. I had good and challenging classes which were perfect for me. Going into the year, I was nervous, but as it progressed it got a lot better. I played summer soccer for Fullerton which made it easier to make the team during the year. Our season was great....

Humans of Fullerton: Nick Arnold

Humans of Fullerton: Nick Arnold

Andrew Jackson, Staff Writer

April 25, 2019

“My injury affected my everyday life because I couldn’t walk and pick things up without being in pain. Everything I did, hurt to do. It was the worst pain I’ve felt ever in my life, and it set me back a long time which sucked because I love to play soccer. The worst point in the pain was the first...

Humans of Fullerton: Jimena Velazquez

Humans of Fullerton: Jimena Velazquez

Katryna Montano, Staff Writer

April 16, 2019

“When I’m home, I do have trouble, but I can't really ask my parents because they didn't get the same education as I’m getting, so usually I have to ask a friend, or I have to help my brothers do their homework. Most of the time, it does take a long time to do my homework. They are supportive, ...

Hodgden’s Horoscopes: Pluto defines a generation

Hodgden’s Horoscopes: Pluto defines a generation

Gillian Hodgden, News/Feature Editor

March 22, 2019

Although Pluto is scientifically known as a dwarf planet, it is still a very important astrological placement. It controls secrets, destruction, regeneration, power, wealth, and the unconscious. It is defined by a more negative energy, only because it forces us to acknowledge that evil does exist in this wo...

Humans of Fullerton: Maria Muñoz

Humans of Fullerton: Maria Muñoz

Audry Jeong, Copy/Arts and Entertainment Editor

March 20, 2019

“I come from a Mexican community. I was raised in a family of nine kids raised by a single mom and it was her who shaped me to be who I am. Every time I think of quitting, I constantly remind myself that it was nowhere near as hard as what my mother had to do to raise all nine of us. I work hard so ...

Humans of Fullerton: Jasmine Sanchez

Humans of Fullerton: Jasmine Sanchez

Audry Jeong, Copy/Arts and Entertainment Editor

March 20, 2019

“My family is the traditional hispanic family. We go to what we call the ‘Posadas’--which is a re-enactment of Mary and Joseph’s search for a lodging in Bethlehem-- around Christmas time. For Hispanics, we typically celebrate on the 24th instead of the 25th and we cut the ‘rosca’--which i...

Humans of Fullerton: Sebastian Fany

Humans of Fullerton: Sebastian Fany

Frankie Ortega, Staff Writer

February 19, 2019

“Making varsity as a freshman felt great, and it feels great to have an opportunity like this so early on in my career for baseball. And I’m glad to be part of such an amazing group of guys. I think that me playing baseball will impact my high school career because people from colleges and other ...

Humans of Fullerton: Emily Choi

Humans of Fullerton: Emily Choi

Jayme Kim, Staff Writer

February 14, 2019

“This is a little bit of a weird memory, but it’s one of my happiest memories because we had just moved from the Southern part of Washington to more up North near Seattle so that my dad could be closer to work. He had just retired from the military and just got a new job. I left behind all my frien...

Humans of Fullerton: Ana Bane

Humans of Fullerton: Ana Bane

Alexandra Williams, Student Life Editor

November 15, 2018

“I want to be a civil rights attorney. I’m going to college to major in history, specifically American Studies with emphasis on different minority groups and the history of oppression in the United States, so I can go into U.S. Law with a focus on civil rights and protecting civil liberties of m...

Philip Fisher

Philip Fisher

Allison Park, Copy Editor

May 18, 2018

“I would have to say, in all truthfulness, the biggest fear I can think of is walking by myself in Las Vegas. It’s just loud, noisy and everything smells like vomit. I always feel extremely uncomfortable when I have to walk around there, which I have to do quite often. Almost every year we take a roa...

Natalie Hertogh

Natalie Hertogh

Jamie Ma, Student Life/Lifestyle Editor

March 6, 2018

“My [karate] team and I traveled to Spain to compete in the World [Championships]. This was one of the best experiences of my life. I met so many amazing people and I hope to be able to do it again. The biggest lesson I’ve learned is leadership. When I first joined I would always see all the Senp...