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November Briefly

November Briefly

Jamie Ma, Editor-in-Chief

November 7, 2019

Guest speaker inspires students at Fellowship of Christian Athletes meeting: Adam Goodman, a former USC fullback and the Orange County director of Fellowship of Christian Athletes(FCA), visited FUHS as FCA’s guest speaker. When Goodman tore his ACL and ruined his future plans for professional fo...

ASB hosts Halloween parade

ASB hosts Halloween parade

Gillian Hodgden and Lauren Wright

November 7, 2019

Young marching band advances to semi-finals

Young marching band advances to semi-finals

Betsy Barreto and Karen Ruiz

November 7, 2019

The Marching Band and Pageantry Corps are preparing to compete at the California State Band Championships (CSBC) Semi-Finals on Nov. 16 at Yorba Linda High School. If they perform well enough, the group will move onto the finals at Newport Harbor High on Nov. 23.  After starting the season with a ...

Speech and Debate becomes a fine art

Speech and Debate becomes a fine art

Lauren Wright, Social Media Manager

October 24, 2019

State championships. National awards. The Speech and Debate program is one of the many draws to Fullerton Union High School. Students must take at least one year of a performing or visual art (fine arts) to be eligible for University of California or California State schools. It is part of their A-G req...

News snapshots of October 2019

News snapshots of October 2019

Gillian Hodgden, Editor-in-Chief

October 24, 2019

CAMPUS—Fullerton Football is honoring FUHS families who are battling or have battled cancer. Families made a $25 donation to have their loved one’s name mentioned in the program for Friday’s Tackle Cancer game. All proceeds went to charity. CITY—Amid growing homelessness encampments along Gilbert Stree...

Speech and Debate to showcase talents

Speech and Debate to showcase talents

Lauren Wright, Social Media Manager

October 24, 2019

Senior Hana Kim, co-president of the FUHS Speech and Debate team, has taken home several winning trophies in her Speech career throughout the years, but for her it’s not about winning. “For me, it’s more about how I want the world to understand and my audience to hear this story,” Kim sai...

Tackle Cancer game supports KM Legacy Foundation

Tackle Cancer game supports KM Legacy Foundation

Jamie Ma, Editor-in-Chief

October 24, 2019

Friday’s Tackle Cancer football game and Pink Out against Sunny Hills will honor those who have fought or are fighting cancer by raising money and cancer awareness.  ASB promoted the event with a spirit week and second period fundraising competition which ends Oct. 25. Every $20 a class raises e...

Clubs set meeting times

Clubs set meeting times

Alejandra Rodriguez and Karen Ruiz

September 26, 2019

American Red Cross  Teacher: Hanley Student Contacts: Irene Bui and Nathaniel Castaneda Meetings: Every other Thursday  Room: 23  ASL Club Teacher: Leos     Meetings: Tuesdays  Room: 228 CHOC Club  Teacher: Hollon  Student Contacts: Joyce Chang and Mariam Qara Ali Meetings: Wednesdays  Roo...

Principal Rubio reveals plans for new FUHS gym

Principal Rubio reveals plans for new FUHS gym

By Nathan Smith, News Editor and Cyrus Burton, Reporter

September 25, 2019

FUHS Principal Laura Rubio recently revealed the first images of the concept for the new gym. The gym will be built on the Lemon parking lot with updated systems and architecture.  State inspectors condemned the old gym for not being structurally sound last year.    “Our old gym was built ...