The Giver’s United Club

By Jair Martinez The Giver’s United club at Tustin High School is made to help out the community and encourage people to contribute along the way. They know that even the smallest deed, like recycling, helps the community. Right now, they are working on implementing boxes in every classroom to collect bottles and cans so…

Club Overview: T.I.D.E.S.

By Camille Yost and Johnathon Froman With Club Rush behind us, you might have noticed many students signing up at the TIDES club stand. In its second year, the TIDES club has grown into a reputable center for community service, in great part due to the efforts of the club members and leadership. TIDES stands…

A Gamer’s Paradise

By: Kayla Brunner Gamers, competitive students and friendly people alike can find their home at Tustin High’s Smash Bros. Club. Meeting every snack, lunch and even after school in room 226, this club prides itself on being Tustin High’s home for gamers. But even if you aren’t a gamer, this club has an inviting atmosphere…

Friends of the Universe

By: James Smith What is the environment worth to you and how far would you go to help it? There are currently three students who have taken it upon themselves to create their own club. Jordan Meier, Andrew Wallace, and Harley Curtis are the founders of Tustin High school’s newest club “Friends of the Universe.”…

Have Anime-zing Time at Tustin High

By: Gwynn Van Houten It’s a truth that anime fans can’t run from: they practically live and breathe anime, a style of Japanese animation that comes in all sorts of flavors with a wide spectrum of target demographics. Their skillsets includes things like “can binge-watch an entire anime series in a day” or “spends entire…

Got Friends?

By: Julia Klotz, Seth Williams, Bryan Silva, Neil Slater, and Vanessa Tang                   You can find friendship in some of the most unexpected places and times. Among these experiences is high school, where friendships are forged, whether it lasts longer than a solitary experience or becomes lifelong. Trial and error is a large part of…

The “Little” Club With “Big Plans”

By Vanessa Tang and Patricia Sanchez Big Brothers Big Sisters makes a difference one child at time. Ernest Kent Coulter founded Big Brothers Bigs Sisters 110 years ago. The mentors  called “Bigs,” meet with their mentee called a “Little,” and act as their role models. The Littles receive little attention at home and most lack…