Prancin’ in the Streets

By: Galilea Oregon, Gigi Hume, and Adrian Ruiz Fashion Week has come around once again, this year, however instead of focusing on looks featured on the runway, we take inspiration from the streets (like the cool kids do.) Away from the catwalk scene, a barrage of slip dresses over band and skating t-shirts, oversized collared…

Teacher Profile: Mr. Maldonado

By Johnathon Froman Recently at Tustin High, we’ve had a great deal of new teachers rushing in to handle our ever-increasing student body. One certain new addition to the history and AVID departments goes by the name of Max Maldonado. In his first year of full-time teaching, Mr. Maldonado guides his students through his US…

The Humanities Building

By James Cruz Tustin High School is proud to present a new addition to its campus: The Humanities Building. Announced by Principal Matos on February 19, 2016, students and staff were overjoyed with the idea of a new building being added to Tustin territory. The Humanities building will be a great addition to humanities related…

5-Hole-in-the-Wall Restaurants

By Karley Bailey and Nayeli Medina Sutha Thai Kitchen Items Ordered: Pad Thai with Chicken and Pad-woon-sen Description: Asian type noodles, mixed with vegetables, and a hint of spice. Tips: If you order the lunch special at this restaurant you will receive a cup of delicious dumpling soup, along with two tasty wontons that add…

Teacher Profile: Ms. Kranz

By Anthony Zuniga Coral Kranz is one of the many new teachers here at THS.  Ms. Kranz moved here to THS because she lives near the school and she loves the new technology.  The transition from Chino to Tustin was very easy.  The students and staff here gave a warm welcome for Ms. Kranz and…

Unite, Not Divide

By Eileen Obregon and Liah Young Racism. What do you think of that word when you hear it? Does it make you think about what’s going on in your nation or does it make you cringe? Maybe it even makes you think about the actions you have been exposed to or have done yourself. Racism…

Memory Erasure

By Bryan Garcia There is no doubt that memory plays a significant role in our lives. Without the ability of memory, we cannot do simple everyday tasks like riding a bike, solving a mathematical problem, or making a sandwich. If our memory loss is so severe, we may not even recognize who we are. Memory…

Extinction Level Event, No Worries Right?

By Jair Martinez We have all heard about it before, the phenomenon that puts every living thing, especially us, in danger. It’s the reason why sea levels are rising, animals are being put in danger, and why, very soon, it could put most of the coastal areas under water. Whether we notice or not, we…

iPhone 7 Controversy

By Camille Yost and Kim Ayon To all the Apple users out there, if you’re bored of your iPhone 6 or 6s, you’re in luck because the iPhone 7 and 7 plus have been released and they are said to be the best iPhones Apple has ever created. The iPhone 7 and 7 plus come…

Trump vs Clinton: Who Will Be Our Next President?

By Antonio Nuñez and Tino Hernandez In a few months the United States will hold its elections and the people will be given the power to decide who they want leading the nation. This year the final two candidates that will race to reach the presidency are Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. Without a doubt, history can…