Big Void

By Jair Martinez The Khufu’s Great Pyramid at Giza is surrounded by mysteries—many of which include how people from that time were able to build such magnificent, and complicated, structures. Khufu is most famously known for having three large interior chambers and a series of passageways, the longest being the Grand Gallery of 47m-long and…

Bardot

By Eean Garcia Whether you are looking for your daily dose of caffeine or you are looking for some late night dessert, Bardot Bars and Coffee is the one stop shop to satisfy your needs. For any newcomers to Bardot, there are three must-try items on the menu, of course, their coffee, their true milk and/or…

Grab a Bite of Senior Year

By Vanessa Soria As you may or may not know, seniors have the privilege of leaving during lunch, as long as you have a parent signature for an off campus sticker. Senior year is a big year, so why not take advantage of it by grabbing a big bite at one of the many delicious…

Welcome Dr. Tuin!

By Benjamin Rodriguez Enthusiastic, kind, open-minded, caring, polite—this is just a short list of words that can be used to describe our brand new principal, Dr. Jon Tuin. Almost every morning before first period, Dr. Tuin is at  the entrance of school greeting Tiller students as they walk onto campus. If you don’t see him…

Church of Christian Science

By Zachary Apperson, Camille Yost, and Benjamin Rodriguez The Church of Christian Science, also known as the Church of Christ, Scientist, is a lesser known religion that derives from the teachings of Christianity. They take from the readings of the Bible as well as the teachings of Mary Baker Eddy, the founder of Christian Science…

Get Lit on Redhill Ave

By Karley Bailey and Nayeli Medina There’s no place like home for the holidays, there is no denying that. The warm, cozy embraces of distant relatives, that give us a nostalgic feeling of being a child in those same arms; The large, comfy, cable-knit sweaters, that are our savior from the shivering cold; And of…

Italy Shakes with Fear

By Antonio Nuñez and Tino Hernandez  In recent days, the entire European continent was shook with massive earthquakes and its aftershocks, there are no signs that these natural disasters will ever end. The most affected from this situation has been Italy, after a huge 6.6 earthquake has killed over 200 residents and left many more injured and…

Top 10 Art Pieces

By Karimar Gatica Art has long since been a mode of cultural statements that have helped us navigate the aesthetic history, if you will, of different times and places. It has the ability to captivate the masses as it is a universal language of expression, but among the thousands upon thousands of art pieces created…

Top 15 Disney Foods

By: Ivette Barajas and Kim Aguilar Whenever someone recalls a visit to the Happiest Place on Earth, there is one thing that always stands out among the fun rides and tedious lines: the food. While some of it can tend to be pricey, it’s definitely worth it for a happy tummy, and for the Instagram…

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…

America’s First LGBT Monument

by Gwynn Van Houten May 9, 2016 saw the first step towards a significant milestone in LGBT history. In a meeting with local representatives, President Obama made the proposition that Stonewall Inn, a popular gay bar and site of a series of historical riots, be declared a national monument, the first of its kind. The…

Spring Breakers

By: Karley Bailey At last Spring Break is here. The long strenuous wait for a temporary glimpse of summer. No school, no getting up at 6 am, no constant struggle of looking at the clock for when  third period will end. The name literally exemplifies what Spring Break really means to us; a jump into…

WE ALL SCREAM FOR ICE CREAM!

By: Jocelyn You and Gigi Hume Taking you around the top 5 best ice cream places around Orange County- one scoop at a time. Orange County- land of the excess and the beautiful. And what comes out of that? Beautiful, high-quality, Instagram-worthy ice cream. Here, we make pit stops around some of Orange County’s top…

Yes, There Are Other Coffee Shops Than Starbucks

By Katelyn Merrell Despite the convenience of a Starbucks Coffee being on almost every corner, there are tastier, trendier, and more quality coffee shops in the Tustin area. Simply take a trip down Newport Blvd. and experience three specialty coffee shops serving up decadent drinks, tasty treats, and flavorful food. Kean Coffee Kean Coffee is…

Robot4Less, the Gunpla Heaven

By: Kayla Brunner Are you a fan of giant robots like transformers? Did you enjoy building Legos when you were younger? Or maybe, you just consider yourself the creative type. If so, Gunpla may be the thing for you. Gunpla are model kits based off of the Gundam anime that first aired in 1979. Since…

5 Places to Inspire You in 2016

By: Jocelyn You The past is the past, and let’s leave it at that. Inspiration for 2016 is in the air, and it’s in the way we choose to live. Through our experiences, decisions, actions, we live- and now, there’s a whole year ahead to do just that. The places we go and the things…

Goodwill Hunting

By: Galilea Oregon and Gigi Hume “But … it was 99 cents.” These wise words from Macklemore are often times the justification for when a seemingly harmless trip to the thrift store turns into 5 sweaters, 7 shirts, 2 pairs of shoes, and 6 pairs of jeans. But it’s fine because unlike regular stores, thrift…

Behind the Scenes; Prom 2015

Tustin High School’s very exclusive Prom, took place this Saturday, June 6th 2015 at the Ocean Institute in Dana Point. Prom is a beautiful event where lovely ladies can wear the dresses of their dreams, and gentlemen can look their sharpest. Luckily my fellow journalist, Yazalex and I, got a chance to get behind the…

Falling In Love (With Yourself) At A Coffee Shop

  By Abigail Pidazo and Jocelyn You On April 27, two up-and-coming writers, who want more out of the world, participated in an “open mic night” at The Lost Bean Cafe, a local coffee shop comfortably situated on Newport and Irvine Blvd. The coffee shop hosts this weekly event in hopes of getting aspiring artists…

The Observatory, OC

By Jocelyn You, Local Trends Editor Located in a small business center in Santa Ana, of our very own Orange County, is a venue used for adrenaline junkies and music connoisseurs. The venue hosts everyone from underground bands made in family living rooms to big name rappers such as YG and Schoolboy Q. The setting is intimate, as there…