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Junior says small gestures are big help to cancer patients

Nathan Smith’s father Shawn took this family photo at Yellowstone National Park in July 2019. Photo courtesy of Nathan Smith.

Nathan Smith, News Editor

October 24, 2019

I was in fifth grade. I was living a carefree life, playing with LEGOs with my four-year-old brother, reading Harry Potter, and doing well in school. Then everything changed.  My parents sat us down in the living room in a circle. My teenage sister, my brother, and I all sat, looking confused. My mom...

Hits and Misses of October 2019

The school repainted the mural on the side of the Culinary Arts building. Photo by Jose Perez.

Jamie Ma, Editor-in-Chief

October 23, 2019

😍HIT Mural restoration: Last week, the mural on the side of the Culinary Arts building got repainted. The new look adds a bold and vibrant touch to our historic campus.      😍HIT National Honor Society food drive: NHS participated in the Heart of Downtown Food se...

Hits and Misses of September 2019

Hits and Misses of September 2019

Gillian Hodgden, Editor-in-Chief

September 26, 2019

😍HIT 9/11 Ceremony: Students were extremely respectful and engaged during the 9/11 ceremony at break. The ceremony was very touching and displayed to FUHS students the impact the 9/11 terrorist attacks had on the United States.       😔MISS Ho...

Made with Love: Critics must learn that ag students are compassionate

Pigs like Nico (left) and Autumn (right) are raised by FUHS students on campus for meat production. Photo by Aubrey Rynders.

Aubrey Rynders, Feature Editor

September 25, 2019

A year ago today, I would have laughed at the thought of raising a pig. A pig? Gross. Too much mud. But now, it’s one of my passions on the Fullerton High School campus. Alongside several pig farmers, I’ve grown to love working with swine and developing a complex relationship with the meat our private buyer...