A seance to contact the spirit of a doll, Eliza Rose, is a tradition at the Muckenthaler Cultural Center’s horror night events. During this seance, the North Orange Paranormal Society was able to have a spirit ring a bell and write the name of an audience members late father.

There’s something here in Fullerton

November 13, 2022

Sophomore reporter Osvaldo Muñoz has been investigating paranormal activity in Fullerton for over a month. A lover of the supernatural, Muñoz has searched for answers to questions about his own experiences....

Senior Larissa Bromley measures gloss for the mammoth feet. BEAST students created the wooly mammoth and dinosaur that are featured in the fall play. The final two shows are Nov. 12.

BEAST program impresses with projects, awards

Katherine Martinez, Managing Editor November 10, 2022

Thank you, Mrs. Craft. Thank you for taking our fourth period Spanish class to watch the Theater Department’s preview of The Skin of Our Teeth on Nov. 3. Yes, I really enjoyed seeing a slice of the show...

Senior Marco LaRosa, playing both the Announcer and the Wooly Mammoth, bows. BEAST students created the mask and matching mammoth feet, which LaRosa wears during the play.

The Skin of Our Teeth: Costumes, sets, props provide fun spectacle for fall play

Alex Miranda and Saray Santiago November 9, 2022

Over 100 costumes. A dinosaur. The plague. A wooly mammoth. Beauty contests. War. Technical extravagance and creativity combine to create FUHS Theatre’s The Skin of Our Teeth. With so many specific...

Senior Jude Smith’s photo captures senior Dylan Alvord floating in English teacher Kimberley Harris’s classroom.

Students create Magical Realism, Ofrendas pieces

Sofia Matin and Jonathan Piña-Villanueva November 7, 2022

The FUHS Art Department classes of Maggie Crail, Gabby Kudron, Jason Hess and Scott Hudson displayed art from their classes’ Magical Realism and Ofrendas assignments in the campus gallery, Room 201,...

#14, Sophia Galvan, and #7, Sophia Goldblatt, confront each other as #46, Araya Wright, stands awkwardly alongside them.

The Wolves showcases realistic female teen characters

Sofia Matin and Alex Miranda October 11, 2022

FUHS students are familiar with the Disney Channel female archetypes. There’s Funny Girl, Shy Girl and Angry-Bully Girl. But those one-dimensional TV characters fall short of telling complete stories. In...

Seniors deserve new sweatshirts

Seniors deserve new sweatshirts

Tribe Tribune Staff October 11, 2022

Seniors can order yearbooks, dance tickets and senior swag during registration. It’s a lot of cash, but ASB bundles items so there’s a discount, and many seniors figure, “Hey, it’s senior year....

ASB did a good job with homecoming.

Thanks, ASB, for a successful homecoming

Ella Kirby and Kate Luengo October 11, 2022

The Fullerton ASB members should be commended for hosting a successful Night at the Disco homecoming dance. Students worked vigorously during spirit week, arriving during Zero Period to decorate the...

Senior Nathan Limon (left) and junior Alejandro Hernandez (right) lead the boys varsity team. Hernandez sits in third (15:55) followed by Limon (15:56) for FUHS all-time best performances in the 3 mile.

Both cross country teams fight for CIF bid

Reagan Glidewell, Managing Editor October 11, 2022

Cross country The Fullerton cross country teams will compete at the OC Championship Invite on Oct. 14 at Oak Canyon Park.  On Oct. 8, Fullerton cross country took 16 boys and 9 girls to race a 5k...

Hannah Stewart, class of 2016, graduated from Biola University with a Bachelor’s in Design. Stewart uses digital software to create most of her work.

Campus gallery features alumni art

Jonathan Piña-Villanueva, Feature Editor October 11, 2022

Former Fullerton High School students had the opportunity to showcase some of their work in an alumni art show held on campus in Gallery 201 on Sept. 30. To demonstrate their skills and experience, alumni...

Students start the new school year checking out different club booths at club rush.
(Photo by Addam Sapien)

Clubs see increase in memberships

Ami Ishikawa and Kara Kim, News Editors October 11, 2022

The French Club had 100 students attend its first meeting this year. The Warhammer Club has doubled their number of players. The PERIOD Club delivered 60 boxes of period products to FUHS classrooms. These...

Maxs custom-built Ratatouille minifigures.

Brickey builds his way to the top

Sydney Rosas, Staff Writer May 24, 2022

When I awoke on my 16th birthday, I was greeted by a package without a name or address. I didn’t know what I expected to find in this mystery box, but it certainly wasn’t a custom-built LEGO minifigure...

Abernathy will continue his running career at Mt San Antonio College.

Abernathy plants feet at Mt. San Antonio

Reagan Glidewell, Staff Writer May 24, 2022

When senior Matthew Abernathy first saw the movie The Martian, he realized how much he loved the art of horticulture. “Watching Matt Damon grow potatoes on Mars and his other horticulture skills was...

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