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The Student News Site of Sunny Hills High School

The Accolade

The Student News Site of Sunny Hills High School

The Accolade

Julie Jung

Julie Jung, Staff Reporter

After completing Journalism 1 in her freshman year, sophomore Julie Jung joins The Accolade as a staff reporter for the 2023-2024 school year. Although Jung previously found interest in writing feature stories, she hopes to gain more experience in other elements of journalism and make new connections with peers throughout her time in The Accolade.

Outside of school, Jung likes to spend time with friends and family and play games.

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Middle linebacker junior Adlyn Garcia catches a pass during a Monday, May 13, practice late after school at the Sunny Hills field. Wearing their pink jerseys, the juniors have been preparing for the Friday, May 17, powder puff game against the seniors at Buena Park High School stadium.

Friday Night Lights to return tomorrow, May 17, with seniors vs. juniors powder puff football game

Julie Jung, Staff Reporter May 16, 2024

As a prelude to the school’s inaugural girls flag football season this fall, the Associated Student Body [ASB] will sponsor a powder puff game Friday, May 17, at the Buena Park High School stadium. “People...

Accolade adviser Tommy Li (right) shows online managing editor senior Hannah Lee the first-place plaque that the journalism program’s online news website won last month from the Southern California Journalism Education Association as part of its California All-Stars digital mail-in competition. Lee holds a smaller plaque of the same award that The Accolade won in 2021. The presentation was held during fourth period on Tuesday, April 9, in Room 138.

The Accolade online news website earns second California All-Stars plaque from Southern California media contest

Julie Jung, Staff Reporter May 2, 2024

For the second time in four years, The Accolade won a first-place plaque for its online news website as part of the Southern California Journalism Education Association’s [SCJEA] annual student media...

Episode 9: SH Alumni Talk — Korean Teacher and Basketball Coach Joe Ok

Julie Jung and Irene Park April 12, 2024

Student board representative senior Kathleen Sweeney shares updates about each campus at the Feb. 6 Fullerton Joint Union High School District board meeting.

THE STUDENT VOICE: Senior steps into new role on the school board mid-year

Julie Jung, Staff Reporter April 5, 2024

When senior Kathleen Sweeney was first sworn in to become the new student representative on the Fullerton Joint Union High School District [FJUHSD] board of trustees Dec. 12, she had just finished her...

Senior Garv Jain refills science, technology, engineering and math [STEM] kits at the Fullerton Public Library on Thursday, Nov. 30. The vice president of STEMup4Youth is among three club members who visit the library each month.

CLUB CORNER: STEMup4Youth’s take-home science experiments have taken off with children at Fullerton Public Library

Julie Jung, Staff Reporter February 8, 2024

When then-rising senior Susie Kim was headed to Seoul this past summer on board an Air Premia flight, Kim did a mental run-through as to what she’d need to do once the plane landed at the airport. ...

The eight-episode limited series, The Fall of the House of Usher, has reached No. 2 on Netflixs Top 10 TV shows worldwide as of Monday, Oct. 16, behind only to Lupin. Despite using the same title as that of Edgar Allan Poes short story thats a required reading among sophomores, the adaptation strays from the original though uses the same main characters names.

Netflix’s take on Poe’s ‘Usher’ showing Halloween appeal among some who’ve read the original

Julie Jung, Staff Reporter October 17, 2023

Some students who have read Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Fall of the House of Usher” as part of their sophomore English class’ required reading are looking forward to watching Netflix’s recently released...

A worker from the Fullerton Joint Union High School District installs one of the many new staff parking signs featuring the “SH” logo on poles in the campus west parking lot. The signs — measuring 18 inches wide and 24 inches high — were put up at the end of May before finals week of the spring semester. School officials wanted them bigger to improve visibility since the previous ones measured only a foot wide and 18 inches high.

Repaved west parking lot, bigger signs curb student motorists from occupying staff slots

Julie Jung, Staff Reporter October 10, 2023

Newly painted slots for teachers and bigger “STAFF PARKING ONLY” signs have curbed the number of student drivers leaving their cars in the front end of the west lot this school year. “I like that...

Senior Lauren Lee gets ready to tee off on the first hole at Candlewood Country Club in Whittier against Cerritos High School Thursday, Aug. 31. The Lady Lancers (1-1 at the time) defeated the Dons 191-225 in their third non-league match.

GIRLS GOLF PREVIEW: Lady Lancers seek to stay under par to take Freeway League title again

Julie Jung, Staff Reporter September 11, 2023

Coach: Scott Enrico (head coach) Top Returning Players: Oliviah Chavez (11), Angelina Jeong (11), Taylor Kim (12), Lauren Lee (12), Yurang Li (12), Jaelyn Yeon (10) Top Newcomer: Jimin Nam (9) Last...

Senior Krisi Patel holds up her two honorary certificates as the 2022-2023 Advancement Via Individual Determination [AVID] Senior Standout April 18 at the Irvine Barclay Theatre, where Orange County AVID students were recognized.

JOURNEY TO STANDOUT: AVID senior looks back on the path to success

Julie Jung, Staff Reporter May 18, 2023

Growing up, senior Krisi Patel felt deprived of the mother-daughter relationship she thought everyone else had. At 10 months of age, her mother was diagnosed with poliomyelitis, a disease that restricts...

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