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Audrey Seo

Audrey Seo, Photographer

Through her interests in photography and journalistic writing, junior Audrey Seo takes on her new role as a photographer for The Accolade staff. Seo wrote multiple reviews and features for her previous journalism class and continues to expand her skills in reporting and photo-taking. She is president of the World Wildlife Fund Club and volunteers at a child and family services organization on the weekends. Seo has also received two Rotary Top 100 Awards during her high school career for her grades and dedication to her academic studies. In Seo’s spare time, she enjoys playing Animal Crossing, watching documentaries and listening to her “Discover Weekly” playlist on Spotify.

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Linebacker senior Carson Irons (bottom) falls down while tackling Fullerton quarterback senior Cameron Williams during the first quarter of the Lancers' 31-7 win over Fullerton. Williams subbed in for starting quarterback senior Dylan Neal during several offensive series in the first quarter.

[Photo] Lancers trounce first higher-ranked opponent in Fullerton 31-7, capture City Championship for third consecutive season

April 12, 2021

Linebacker senior Carson Irons (bottom) falls down while tackling Fullerton quarterback senior Cameron Williams during the first quarter of the Lancers' 31-7 win over Fullerton. Williams subbed in for...

No. 2 singles player junior Nataljia Glavy hits a backhand during a Tuesday, March 2, match against El Dorado High School. Glavy won all three of her sets by the scores of 6-0, 7-5, 6-0, contributing to the Lady Lancers’ 73-71 victory.

[Photo] Girls tennis edges El Dorado in Tuesday’s season opener decided by 73-71 tiebreaker

March 3, 2021

No. 2 singles player junior Nataljia Glavy hits a backhand during a Tuesday, March 2, match against El Dorado High School. Glavy won all three of her sets by the scores of 6-0, 7-5, 6-0, contributing to...

The Sunny Hills campus will remain closed for live classroom instruction until at least Feb. 9 after the Fullerton Joint Union High School District board of trustees agreed during a Jan. 26 emergency meeting to defer the return of hybrid learning, citing COVID-19-related health and safety concerns.

[Photo] Siding with overwhelming number of teachers’ public comments, FJUHSD trustees agree to keep campuses closed through Feb. 8

January 27, 2021

The Sunny Hills campus will remain closed for live classroom instruction until at least Feb. 9 after the Fullerton Joint Union High School District board of trustees agreed during a Jan. 26 emergency meeting...

Signs like these were placed throughout campus to remind students to follow safety protocols.

[Photo] Photo Gallery: An empty campus

January 19, 2021

Signs like these were placed throughout campus to remind students to follow safety protocols.

Just over a month into the hybrid schedule, some students have decided to trade in-person learning for Cohort C.

More students opting to switch back to learning from their homes as COVID cases increase in OC

December 13, 2020

With the spike in COVID-19 cases in Orange County over the past two months, more parents whose children were attending school in cohorts A or B have decided to keep them home, decreasing the number of...

The Sunny Hills League of Legends eSports team defeats Menlo High School’s Red team’s third dragon in a Tuesday CIF match.

League of Legends team starts CIF PlayVS season undefeated

November 2, 2020

In a 2-0 victory, the Sunny Hills eSports Lancers Gold team defeated Menlo High School’s Red team  on Oct. 27 in the second match of the California Interscholastic Federation PlayVS Fall League of Legends...

Tall bougainvillea plants sway amongst the palm trees in Fullerton, Calif. during the El Dorado fire on Sept. 9.

[Photo] Photo Gallery: Wildfire aftermath

September 30, 2020

Tall bougainvillea plants sway amongst the palm trees in Fullerton, Calif. during the El Dorado fire on Sept. 9.

With 100 million monthly users in America, TikTok has grown popular among Gen Z millennials but was under hot water when President Donald Trump announced that he wanted to ban the app in the U.S. because of security concerns.

[Photo] STILL TI(C)KING: Sunny Hills TikTok users, creators relieved that social media app will not be going away

September 18, 2020

With 100 million monthly users in America, TikTok has grown popular among Gen Z millennials but was under hot water when President Donald Trump announced that he wanted to ban the app in the U.S. because...

Using the Google Meet platform during distance learning, new math teacher Dorothy Cheng reviews on Aug. 19 from her classroom parabolic equations (left) with her third period Algebra 2 class.

New math teacher brings the right formula of experiences into her instruction

September 5, 2020

This is the first of a series of upcoming, weekly feature profiles of new, full-time teachers and administrators at Sunny Hills High School for 2020-2021. Dorothy Cheng knew she wanted to become a math...

An artist’s rendering of a key scene from Wong Fu Productions’ short video parody titled, “To All the Kevins.” Art illustrated by assistant graphics editor Karen Lee

Get ready to laugh at Wong Fu Productions’ parody of Netflix’s ‘To All the Boys’ film franchise with slight nod to Oscar best picture winner, ‘Parasite’

May 3, 2020

Since the 2018 debut of the Netflix adaptation of Jenny Han’s young adult novel, To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, many have fallen in love with this quirky teen romance. Film fanatics and bookworms...

Art illustrated by Accolade assistant graphics editor Karen Lee

As it celebrates 50 years, April 22 Earth Day still has value in the midst of coronavirus pandemic

April 22, 2020

Since its first celebration in 1970, Earth Day has become a cherished event for environmental activists and tree-huggers alike. But with its 50th anniversary today on April 22, those stuck at home because...

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