The Tribe Tribune

Rory Burt

Rory Burt

Melanie Pinzon, News and Feature Editor

May 21, 2018


Filed under Class of 2018

Transitioning from a private school to a more free-spirited high school, Rory’s decision to pursue live music as a full-time recreational activity was greatly influenced by the people he has met at school. “It’s a fun scene, and it’s honest, most of the time,” Rory said. “I didn’t reall...

Tyler Mollenkramer

Tyler Mollenkramer

Josh Hanson, Staff Writer

May 21, 2018


Filed under Class of 2018

In Tyler Mollenkramer's four years at FUHS, he has participated in numerous sports. Mollenkramer played baseball his freshman and sophomore year, and wrestled freshman through senior year. Tyler enjoyed wrestling more because it made a significant impact on his high school career. “I will def...

Lauren Le

Lauren Le

Isabella Gomez, Staff Writer

May 21, 2018


Filed under Class of 2018

Lauren Le reflects on her experience at Fullerton as eye-opening, stressful, and unforgettable. Le is really grateful to have participated on the Varsity tennis team for all four years because she was able to meet amazing friends. “It made me realize that I can count on my team to help me get t...

Senior Class of 2018

May 21, 2018


Filed under Class of 2018, Senior Issue

Congratulations 2018 seniors! We wish you the best of luck on your future ventures. Go Indians!

Kaya Ortega

Kaya Ortega

Audry Jeong, Staff Writer

May 21, 2018


Filed under Class of 2018

Senior Kaya Ortega is phenomenal both in and out of the water. Ortega is strong player of the varsity girls water polo team. “Water Polo has been the biggest part of my high school career and it has helped me become a better athlete and person,” Ortega said.   On top of water polo, Ortega...

Ben Lopez

Ben Lopez

Gillian Hodgden, Staff Writer

May 21, 2018


Filed under Class of 2018

Ben Lopez reminisces about his days, good and bad, in high school. “It’s definitely been tough, junior year was probably the hardest year, getting used to all the AP classes, then it died down this year. It got better every year as I got used to [high school] and got more comfortable. I had a ...

Michael Laverde

Michael Laverde

Isabella Gomez, Staff Writer

May 21, 2018


Filed under Class of 2018

Michael Laverde is not the same person he was when he walked onto this campus four years ago, and FUHS has played a huge part in shaping him into the person he is today. Laverde’s theater career all started when he went to watch his best friend in junior high perform in Charlie and the Chocolate Fa...

Vanessa Martinez

Vanessa Martinez

Gillian Hodgden, Staff Writer

May 21, 2018


Filed under Class of 2018

Vanessa Martinez grew up surrounded by sports. Because her dad is the football coach and her brother is her track and basketball coach, Martinez says that her family’s involvement in her sports career has been very beneficial. “I feel like my brother and dad being involved in my sports has affected ...

Kate Petrusse

Kate Petrusse

Jacquelin Arreola, Staff Writer

May 21, 2018


Filed under Class of 2018

Kate Petrusse’s countless lessons through her involvement with Equestrian sports has made her into the strong women she is today. Petrusse is an “all-around” athlete and a World Champion Equestrian who has had a journey full of ups and downs throughout her whole high school experience; however,...

Michael Lee

Michael Lee

Tyler Balsbaugh, Staff Writer

May 21, 2018


Filed under Class of 2018

Being a full IB student sounds extremely stressful to most students, but Michael Lee has found it to be more enjoyable than exasperating. “It was pretty fun and I don’t regret anything of it,” Lee said. A very important part of the IB program is finding a study schedule that works for you...

Yale Yang

Yale Yang

Emily Brezarich, Editor-in-Chief

May 21, 2018


Filed under Class of 2018

After transferring from Troy High School sophomore year, Yale Yang was soon to make a presence for himself at FUHS. Gaining support from his counselors and peers, Yang was able to embed himself in a variety of programs surrounding athletics, music, and theatre. While running cross country offered a g...

Emma Kramer

Emma Kramer

Audry Jeong, Staff Writer

May 21, 2018


Filed under Class of 2018

Emma Kramer has kept busy during her years of high school; she barely has any freetime and when she does she can be found in Plummer brushing up on her vocal skills or working on tech. Kramer is involved in the theatre program, AP/IB/Honors program, NHS/ CSF, and is the President of choir and Tri-...