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Lauren Jung

Lauren Jung, Assistant Copy Editor

After a year’s experience as a leader in the Journalism 1 class, sophomore Lauren Jung was promoted to assistant copy editor of The Accolade. Jung hopes to contribute her skills to writing stories, ideas to the issues and outgoing personality to the room as she continues to work hard to achieve her dream of becoming the best editor she can be.

Aside from the writing and editing, Jung is also a secretary of a school club and loves to teach children, watch Korean dramas and fangirl over multiple K-pop groups.

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Board and Brew makes all of its sandwiches — including the $9.50 Chicken Club (left), $12.95 Baja Beef and $8.95 Baja Wrap — with fresh ingredients and its secret, gluten-free, nut allergy free, vegan-friendly sauce.

Board and Brew offers healthy, tasty sandwiches worth the drive — and a bite

May 21, 2021

“Do your tastebuds need a visit from the flavor fairy?” Board and Brew, the new restaurant that celebrated its grand opening in La Habra last month, displays this question on its website as it invites...

BTS and Halsey collaborated together to release the song “Boy With Luv” on April 19, 2019. Fans believe that both were robbed by the Grammys when BTS’ single, “Dynamite,” received a nomination for the Best Pop Duo/Group Performance category in the Grammys on Nov. 24 but lost to Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande’s song, “Rain on Me,” during the Recording Academy’s awards ceremony March 14 and when Halsey did not receive a nomination at all.

I won’t support the Grammys after mistreatment of BTS

April 19, 2021

On the night after the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards had aired on TV, I scrolled through my Instagram explore page and was surprised to see that it lacked any posts celebrating wins or achievements of their...

Keeping with the campus’ health and safety protocol of remaining six feet apart, principal Allen Whitten (center) leads a ceremony Thursday during break announcing Sunny Hills’ employees of the year.

Dance teacher, guidance technician earn teacher, classified employee of the year award

February 19, 2021

Principal Allen Whitten held a ceremony at the quad Thursday during break in honor of the 2020-2021 employees of the year — dance teacher and Dance Production coach Leiana Volen and guidance technician...

Seniors Daniel Magpayo (left) and Meagan Kimbrell sit in front of Magpayo's car parked in the driveway of his neighborhood. Behind them are some of the board games they sold to neighbors Oct. 21. Called “Games for Good,” the campaign raised $1,000, which will be or has already been? donated to Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County to support families in financial need because of the coronavirus crisis.

A win-win for all: Student-inspired ‘Games for Good’ raises $1,000 for COVID-19-related financially strapped families

January 20, 2021

Seniors Daniel Magpayo and Meagan Kimbrell wanted their Fullerton neighbors to take $200 for passing Go or head to the chapel to "get married" or reach Candy Castle for the win. And since the coronavirus...

Linebacker senior Kevin Hu runs around a cone during a June 23 practice. The Lancer football team currently practices Monday-Thursday from 3:30-5:00.

Athletes in Cohort C still ‘C’ to it that they stay in shape, contribute to their sports team

December 8, 2020

After spending his first five class periods listening to his teachers’ lectures on Zoom and completing his work digitally from his room at home, freshman Aiden Ko rushes to campus for his sixth period...

Many public colleges, including California State University, Fullerton, have decided against requiring an SAT or standardized test score on college applications, as College Board testing centers have been closed throughout much of California because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Relief, frustration, confusion among student reactions to cancellation of SAT testing locations, California public universities’ decision to not require scores on college applications

November 19, 2020

With COVID-19 positive cases still being reported in much of Southern California, the College Board has yet to reopen any of its SAT or SAT subject testing locations, forcing students -- especially seniors...

A fly like this one landed on Vice President Mike Pence's head during the vice presidential debate.

Fly landing on Pence bugs millions of viewers

November 1, 2020

A fly landing like no other: this event trumps even the Rover landing on Mars. In the middle of the vice presidential debate on Oct. 7, a fly landed on Vice President Mike Pence’s hair and remained...

Elle (Joey King) Evans returns in the sequel to ‘The Kissing Booth’ as she and Marco (Taylor Zakhar Perez) lock eyes after their excellent display of chemistry while rehearsing on the Dance Dance Revolution machine.

Despite formulaic plot, Netflix’s ‘The Kissing Booth 2’ offers romantic scenery, catchy soundtrack

August 26, 2020

Two years ago, the infamous mess of a romcom known as “The Kissing Booth” ended with Elle Evans (Joey King, “The Act”) confidently riding off into the sunset without fear of the future, and everyone...

Wearing their performance outfits, some members of the Korean Culture Club practice with their buk drums March 2 after school on campus for Korean Culture Night. The March 21 event, which would have commemorated its 10th year, was canceled a week before because of the spread of the novel coronavirus. The thunderous sounds created by these instruments represent the South Korean nation, and the drummers' performance would have been the first one after intermission. Image posted with permission from Esther Lee.

Korean Culture Night would have commemorated its 10th year anniversary had it not gotten axed because of COVID-19-related school closure

May 25, 2020

It was supposed to be an event to commemorate the 10th year of performances to show what the Korean culture -- past and present -- is all about. Korean 1 and 2 teacher and Korean Culture Club [KCC]...

Then junior Jason Liang (left) stands with his host, Sidney Zumkier, at the Bohemian Rhapsody concert when he traveled to Germany for The Friendship Connection's student exchange program in the summer of 2018. This summer's event got nixed in early March because of the worldwide spread of COVID-19. Accolade File Photo

COVID-19 pandemic shuts down student exchange program; one of the 12 Class of 2020 valedictorian’s $1,850 summer trip to Germany canceled

May 24, 2020

Senior Samuel Kho had a month of his summer plans all set since November, which was when he first applied and paid $1,850 to participate in a summer German exchange program.  After graduation on May...

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