Beautiful, Delightful San Antonio

By Golda Fulmer Being on dance team here at Tustin High, I’ve been places. My sophomore year was Las Vegas, my junior year was Valencia, and for my senior year, we had the funds for San Antonio, Texas. Most people think Texas is a bit of a bore, being helplessly flat and a tad humid…

Tustin’s MUN Travels East

By Eean Garcia As a kid that has always lived on the West Coast taking a week long trip to the East Coast was a bit of a culture shock. The change in lifestyle was refreshing for a sheltered Californian. Model United Nations allowed me and some of my closest friends to travel to New…

5 Places in California You Didn’t Know Existed

By Karley Bailey, Nayeli Medina, and James Smith When California was discovered by Spanish Conquistadores in 1533, it was given the name Califia; a word which originates from a hopeless romantic writer of the name Montalvo. This was a word he used to represent a “mythical island paradise” in his novels. Geographically, California is not an…

Picture Perfect Travel Destinations

by Nayeli Medina and Brisa Velazquez Cenote, Cancun Cenote, Cancun is a large open water pool that requires stairs in order to access its beautifully blue water. Cenote translates to “abysmal and deep” according to the Mayan hieroglyphic dictionary. The Yucatan was covered in ocean water until the last Ice Age, causing the sea levels…