Student Life

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....

Freshmen to Freshmen: Advice for the Class of 2023

Freshmen to Freshmen: Advice for the Class of 2023

Alexandra Williams, Student Life Editor

May 28, 2019

As the year comes to an end, everyone is looking forward to the next school year. The class of 2023 will be coming to high school. The current freshman class has plenty of advice for the new high school students. Moises Arceo says to remember that this is the beginning of a journey. “It is the start of yo...

Studying Tips for Finals

Studying Tips for Finals

Tyler Huor, Staff Writer

May 17, 2019

As the end of the school year approaches the anxiety over finals and AP/IB exams increases. In order to get the highest score without any mental breakdowns, follow these 9 suggestions.   Stay positive. One of the most important tips for studying is maintaining a positive mindset, which ...

Speech and Debate: Parliamentary Debate team advances to State

Speech and Debate: Parliamentary Debate team advances to State

Tyler Huor, Staff Writer

March 19, 2019

The FUHS Debate team members junior Issak Flores and sophomore Bahar Tehrani qualified in the Orange County Speech League Debate Qualifiers on Mar. 2, to compete at the State Championships in April. This achievement is particularly noteworthy because the debate team is still new. “It was really ...

My Tribe: Morgan Forrester

My Tribe: Morgan Forrester

Drew Soderquist, Editor-in-Chief

March 8, 2019

Senior Morgan Forrester has been an Indiancer for the past three years, and is now co-Captain of Song, a mixture of cheer and dance. Song stemmed from the Indiancers, and became a team in the 2018-2019 school year. “It’s really weird going from dance classes everyday to trying to learn cheers with...

Hodgden’s Horoscopes: Chiron moves into Aries

Hodgden’s Horoscopes: Chiron moves into Aries

Gillian Hodgden, News/Feature Editor

March 8, 2019

On Feb. 18, Chiron fully moved into Aries, marking the end of its nine year journey in Pisces. Chiron represents the inner wound you must heal throughout your life. When Chiron transitions into a new sign, it represents the wound we all collectively need to heal. While Chiron was in Pisces for nine years, t...

Boaz Yousling wins Mr. Fullerton 2019

Boaz Yousling wins Mr. Fullerton 2019

Jayme Kim, Staff Writer

March 6, 2019

By dancing, singing, and playing the ukulele, senior Boaz Yousling won the hearts of the judges and was crowned the 2019 Mr. Fullerton on Friday, Feb. 22. Yousling’s original intention of participating in Mr. Fullerton was to have fun with his friends, so he didn’t expect to win. “I was ...

Hodgden’s Horoscopes: Pisces Season

Hodgden’s Horoscopes: Pisces Season

Gillian Hodgden, News Editor

February 27, 2019

  On Feb. 19th, the Sun moved out of rebellious, unique, and individualistic Aquarius and into dreamy, intuitive, and gentle Pisces. Pisces is the 12th sign of the zodiac, making it the oldest and wisest of the signs. It is a water sign that deals with life, death, and emotions, and is also a mut...

The benefits of dual enrollment

The benefits of dual enrollment

Edward Lopez, Staff Writer

February 21, 2019

Dual enrollment participants, otherwise known as ‘special admit students’ enroll in college courses while attending high school. Although some students have different motivations for taking these after-school courses, the primary factor is that it supplies college credit for those who pass the c...

FUHS begins implementing CPR training

FUHS begins implementing CPR training

Karen Martinez, Staff Writer

February 20, 2019

In 2016, the state of California passed Assembly Bill AB-1719 which requires schools to implement CPR training as part of the health education course that students are required to take prior to graduating. This spring, FUHS officially began implementing this requirement by having all freshmen and seniors...

My Tribe: Aj Perez

My Tribe: Aj Perez

Nathan Smith, Staff Writer

February 19, 2019

Senior Albert Perez, a sprinter in track, has been running since he was in kindergarten. He is currently competing rigorously in the 200 and 400 meter sprint events, and the 4x4 and 4x1 relay races. Though Perez’s vibrant career in track is important to him, his relationships with his team have hel...