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What will you be mostly doing during the March 16-20 school closure?
What will you be mostly doing during the March 16-20 school closure?
What will you be mostly doing during the March 16-20 school closure?

Sunny Hills officials post video on Facebook featuring staff using various remote learning tools on first day of district-imposed school closure

By Charis Lee  /  March 22, 2020
For one minute and 30 seconds, the Sunny Hills community affected by a district-imposed school closure in response to the...
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Sunny Hills TikToker racks up nearly a million followers in less than a year

By Chloe Lee  /  March 21, 2020
It all started when he wanted revenge for a heartbreak. TikTok poster Anthony Noh, or “lilants,” has racked up 971,000...
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Sophomore draws away from the starving artist profile, earning four-digit figure from sales of her prints, buttons, charms

By Hannah Kim  /  March 21, 2020
The starving artist. For stereotypical Asian parents aka Tiger Moms, their child should strive to attend an Ivy League university...
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Instagram Cheetos filter earns recognition for Sunny Hills senior

By Aaliyah Magana  /  March 19, 2020
Instagram, Snapchat, TikTok and Twitter. These platforms have become more popular among youth because of word-of-mouth about the latest trends....
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High school sweethearts share their love story beyond high school

By Gianne Veluz  /  March 17, 2020
The Accolade sought out as many former high school couples as possible through a post to the Sunny Hills Facebook...
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Conoravirus threat cancels exchange program trip to South Korea for two juniors

By Andrew Ngo  /  March 16, 2020
It could have been a trip to remember. Then, the coronavirus outbreak picked up speed in March, prompting the World...
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As oldest student group on campus, Key Club aims to empower its members with service, leadership skills

By Alice Shin  /  March 11, 2020
It’s the oldest club at Sunny Hills. It was first founded on May 6, 1960. And it was awarded CNH...
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Springing into fashion with cardigans, Nikes and headbands

By Hanna Oltman  /  March 10, 2020
Instead of neon tube tops and low-rise jeans, 2020 fashion means headbands and cargo pants. With the upcoming spring season,...
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YouTuber Salina Tjhan creates fandom animations for viewers

By Hannah Yi  /  March 3, 2020
It all started in eighth grade when junior Salina Tjhan began her YouTube career with her first published video, “My...
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Eco Club adds more color to its recycling plans

By Alice Shin  /  February 18, 2020
Nearly two years ago, the Fullerton Joint Union High School District [FJUHSD] banned the storage of recyclables on all campuses...
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Teen couples double tap into the digital age

By Charis Lee  /  February 14, 2020
Just as standards, cultures and mainstream trends have changed through the generations, so has dating.  Medieval acts of “courtship” have...
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2020 color of the year is a classic

By Sydnee Tallant  /  February 13, 2020
Sophomore Toni Lee’s favorite color is red.   “Red is really flattering to me,” Lee said. “I think it suits me...
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Group ‘flocks’ to aid homeless students in Fullerton Joint Union High School District

By Hanna Oltman  /  February 4, 2020
A man wearing tattered clothes while pushing around a shopping cart. A woman sleeping under a bridge with nothing but...
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The Next Frontier: Sunny Hills science teachers weigh in on future of space exploration

By Hannah Kim  /  January 24, 2020
The first step on the moon in 1969 was a “big step for mankind,” but an even bigger step could...
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New club brings ‘empowerment’ to female youth at Sunny Hills

By Rida Fatima  /  January 24, 2020
They endorse women’s rights, encourage political marches and hope to promote the involvement of adolescents in the ever-changing world around...
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