“Split” Review

By Camille Yost and Kimberly Ayon If you’re a fanatic of thrillers, the newly released film, Split, is the right fit for you. The movie is directed by M. Night Shyamalan, director of the 1999 horror film, The Sixth Sense. James McAvoy, well known for his role in the X-Men series, plays the role of…

Mr. Tiller Pageant

By Eileen Obregon On January 20th, Tustin High School’s Dance Team and All-Male will be hosting the very first annual Mr. Tiller Pageant. The first competition ever will consist of an opening group dance routine, a swimsuit competition, a showcase of their talent, evening-wear competition, and an on-stage question. The contestants have put multiple practices…

A Head Full of Dreams

By Yaire Alfaro   “In every walk of nature one receives more than he seeks” – John Muir “Though I’ve grown old, the bell still rings for me as it does for all who truly believes” – Chris Van Allsburg “You can close your eyes to things you do not want to see, but you cannot…

Movie Review: Minority Report

By Jason Aquino Minority Report, directed by Steven Spielberg, features an interesting sci-fi crime and justice plot. The cast features a plethora of skilled actors including Tom Cruise, Colin Farrell, and Max von Sydow. It is filled with action packed sequences, some tearful moments, and a number of intense twists that will keep you guessing…

The Boys: Chapter 6

By Galilea Oregon   Of course Princeton was in love with me. I mean, what’s not to love? But, God. Princeton? Gay? For me? I guess it all did make sense. Why he was always watching me and why he seemed to care about every little detail about my personal life. But how in the…

Everyone is Falling in La La Love with La La Land

By Gigi Hume Way back in ‘ye olden days, musicals were the norm at the box office scene, and a widely popular one in that. Tales of romance combined with light-hearted tunes of Judy Garland, Gene Kelly, and Debbie Reynolds harmonized into audiences’ hearts and created an uplifting energy, and in a time of war…

Russia Linked to Rigged Election

By Tino Hernandez and Antonio Nunez Throughout the past month speculations have been floating around concerning Russia’s participation in the results of the last presidential election, where Trump dealt an unexpected blow and triumphed against Hillary Clinton and her Democratic party. Despite everything being said, these rumors are still only considered rumors, whether this information…

A Better Choir

By Camille Yost and Kimberly Ayon Tustin High’s choir, directed by Mr. David Peay, has appeared in our assemblies and recently held several concerts. Something that sets our schools choir apart from other schools is that it doesn’t require auditions in order to join. Many singers will say that there is always room for improvement;…

Dylann’s Sentence is Through the Roof

By Ivette Barajas, Kim Aguilar, and Alena Tran This last Tuesday, January 10, Dylann Storm Roof was given the ultimate punishment for his crimes: the death penalty. Nearly 19 months after the attack, the victims’ families are getting the justice they’ve so longed for. On June 17, 2015, Roof showed up to a bible study…

How to Have a Parade in the Rain: 5 Things to Do When It Rains

By Alexyss Ortiz and Vanessa Villegas It’s a Friday night, you’re sitting at home planning what to do with your friends but can’t do much because of the rain. You can’t plan to do anything outdoors, so you have to do something that involves staying inside your house, or going somewhere indoors. What can you…

The Hamlet Thrill-ma-geddon

By Kyle Arbiola Stuck with nothing to do after school the rest of the week? Longing for some form of entertainment to pass the time? The Hamlet Thrill-ma-geddon is the answer to your prayers, it is quite the Shakespearience. The Hamlet Thrill-ma-geddon is a two-hour satirical play performed by Ms. Markley’s advanced drama class. The play…

Broken But Fixed

By Yaire Alfaro Why did I like you? You are evil and cruel. All you do is put me down. Yet, I always try to get your approval. Why did I stay as long as I did, After the nights I cried myself to sleep? The days I sat alone.   I saw you kiss…

The Shootout in Los Angeles

By Benjamin Rodriguez On Monday, January, 2 the USC Trojans took on the Penn State Nittany Lions in what would be one of the most historic Rose Bowl games to date. The first quarter saw the Nittany Lions struggle against the Trojan defense. The Nittany Lion’s quarterback Trace Mcsorley threw two interceptions on his first…

Sinkholes: A Natural Disaster Not to be Taken Lightly

By Antonio Nuñez and Tino Hernandez   Throughout the course of the last month, there have been numerous reports concerning sinkholes and the destruction they have caused. Within the last 30 days there have been over 100 sinkholes reported globally, this has left many in shock for sinkholes are a disaster that were rarely ever…

How To Get Better At Saving Money

By Kimberly Ayon Most students in high school are juggling work with their academics. But out of all these students, how many actually save up their money? Though admirable, setting aside parts of a paycheck can be a brutal chore to do. Personally, I struggle plenty with saving money. Despite being young and not having to…