Class of 2017 Glow Ups

By Karley Bailey and Nayeli Medina Wednesday morning, the last day of May, as I was walking to my first period class, I closely examined the familiar off-white walls of Tustin High. Only four years ago, these same monotonous walls had daunted me as I walked the same path to my fourth period freshmen biology…

The Road Ahead

By Yaire Alfaro and Alena Tran Tustin High’s Class of 2017 is set to graduate on Wednesday, June 14. With only one month and 16 days left on the calendar, graduation looms near, evoking an array of feelings scrambled within an apprehensive senior’s mind. Perhaps, some of the senior class do not care about leaving,…

Are Millennials Too Stressed To Care?

By Alena Tran, Ivette Barajas, and Kimberly Aguilar Millennials are oftentimes criticized for being too lazy and too apathetic to worldly conflictions. There are many who believe this generation is merely made up of mindless, materialistic, social-media obsessed robots, but paradoxically, many are also convinced millennials care too much, or are too sensitive. It can…

Step One of Pursuing the American Dream: College

By Jocelyn You Falling into fall of senior year, students are stressing about beginning their college applications. There’s deadlines to meet. There’s financial aid waiting to be applied for, transcripts needing to be sent in, letters of recommendations to be written, and a personal statement worthy of woo’ing the admission office of one’s dream school….

Hello and Goodbye

By Karley Bailey Emotions ran high Thursday, as they always do this time of year. It was the annual Hello Goodbye Assembly, a Tustin High tradition for decades. This is where seniors not only say goodbye to their home for four years, but to their youth. Seniors said goodbye to their teachers by establishing their…

Once A Tiller, Always A Tiller

By Kristina Ching and Katelyn Merrell Making History: The mantra for the class of 2015, a simple statement that holds a great expectation for a group of very special students. UCLA, UC Berkeley, UC San Diego, San Francisco State, UC Irvine, UC Santa Barbara, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, UC Santa Cruz, just some of…

Spotlight: Senior Night

By: Abigail Pidazo With Winter sports coming to a close in the league season, varsity sports celebrates their seniors for their last time on the home court. Senior Night is a night where senior student athletes on varsity teams are recognized for their final year on the program at their last home game. Last week…