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Culinary Arts 2017 Annual Gingerbread House Contest

Culinary Arts 2017 Annual Gingerbread House Contest

Anthony Rugama, Staff Writer

December 21, 2017


Filed under Clubs and Programs, Showcase, Student Life

The FUHS Culinary Arts Academy held their 2017 Annual Gingerbread House Contest for Restaurant I and II students. This contest gives students the opportunity to showcase their hard work and knowledge in the form of a holiday tradition. Below are the winners of the competition. 1st Place- Christmas in Radiator Springs ...

FUHS students reflect on their favorite gifts

FUHS students reflect on their favorite gifts

Myah Phillips, Copy Editor

December 19, 2017


Filed under Showcase, Student Life

During the holidays, we rush to get our loved ones the perfect gift--something that they’ll never forget. However, we don’t just love to give. We love to get. The following FUHS students looked back through the holidays and described the best presents they’ve ever received and given. ...

Cultural holidays at FUHS

Cultural holidays at FUHS

Jamie Ma, Student Life/Lifestyle Editor

December 15, 2017


Filed under Showcase, Student Life

As holiday season rolls around, families gear up to celebrate. However, the holiday season in Southern California is unique due to the abundance of diverse cultures here. Christmas is celebrated by most American families, including junior Elizabeth Jewell’s. Jewell’s traditions include eating lamb...

The History Tree

The History Tree

Megan Kim, Staff Writer

December 14, 2017


Filed under Featured, Showcase, Student Life

Every year around the holidays, history teacher Mike Muhovich puts up a plain Christmas tree and allows his AP European history students to create history-themed ornaments to decorate it. The “History Tree,” as Muhovich has coined it, not only reflects the holiday spirit, but also serves as an e...

The impact of sports on students’ lives

The impact of sports on students’ lives

Alexandra Williams, Staff Writer

December 6, 2017


Filed under Showcase, Student Life

Sports and academics can be a make-or-break factor for college. With both being time-consuming and highly influential, one often takes away from the performance in the other. Both student-athletes and teachers express the struggle to balance these two integral parts of students’ lives. “You ne...

NHS gives thanks with Operation Gratitude

NHS gives thanks with Operation Gratitude

Maya Chavez, Staff Writer

December 4, 2017


Filed under Clubs and Programs, Featured, Showcase, Student Life

Members of the FUHS National Honors Society began their Thanksgiving break by participating in Operation Gratitude, a service project giving back to soldiers serving for the country, on Nov. 17. The President of NHS, senior Brittany Ruiz, explained the perks of offering the service project to the membe...

Netana Christiansen: aspiring artist extraordinaire

Netana Christiansen: aspiring artist extraordinaire

Allison Park, Copy Editor

November 29, 2017


Filed under I Choose Fullerton, Showcase, Student Life

To senior Netana Christiansen, academic success is not defined by test scores and GPA.  “I believe that academic success is important to simply express effort and hard work, to show that you care and will give your 110 percent,” Christiansen said. Christiansen’s determination to excel in class...

Students share their Thanksgiving traditions

Students share their Thanksgiving traditions

Emma Kelly, Staff Writer

November 17, 2017


Filed under Showcase, Student Life

Thanksgiving is a time to reflect on what to be grateful for, and, since grade school, grandparents to teachers alike have emphasized its importance. Thanksgiving is also about spending time with family and cultivating traditions. With each Thanksgiving, we are given the opportunity to not only look ...

FUHS students reveal why their workloads lead them to a lack of sleep

FUHS students reveal why their workloads lead them to a lack of sleep

Myah Phillips, Copy Editor

November 17, 2017


Filed under Showcase, Student Life

When it comes to high school course work, things can tend to pile up, and with most teenagers having a proclivity for procrastination, simply finishing a single night’s homework can become a stressful and rough workload. Add in after school activities like sports, extracurriculars, and jobs, a night in the life o...

FUHS students celebrate fall

FUHS students celebrate fall

Maya Chavez, Jacquelin Arreola

November 9, 2017


Filed under Featured, Showcase, Student Life

The Farm Fall Festival on Oct. 28 has officially kicked off the fall festivities for FUHS. The seasonal festival included a cake walk, chili cook off, and games like cornhole and a duck pond game where people used fishing rods to retrieve rubber ducks. Attendees could also visit the petting zoo f...

Emma Kremer: Expressing creative ideas!

Emma Kremer: Expressing creative ideas!

Audry Jeong

November 8, 2017


Filed under I Choose Fullerton, Showcase, Student Life

I choose Fullerton because it is “diverse, supportive, creative.” Senior Emma Kremer is an active member of the Triple Threat program and National Honors Society and California Scholarship Federation. She demonstrates her leadership skills as the president of both Vocal Ensemble and Tri-M Music Society...

Brittany Ruiz: Making History

Brittany Ruiz: Making History

Allison Park, Copy Editor

November 6, 2017


Filed under I Choose Fullerton, Showcase, Student Life

I choose Fullerton because it is "breathtaking, phenomenal, life-changing." Challenged and inspired by Fullerton’s rigorous courses, senior Brittany Ruiz hopes to pursue history studies after high school. She credits AP US History teacher David Shanebeck for teaching her that comprehending a subject not onl...