by Benjamin Minch, Staff Writer Many people don’t think of Maine as a vacation spot, neither did I. It is sorta in the middle of nowhere, and I didn’t even get cell service from our house. Overall however, this was an action packed trip filled with exploring new areas and doing new things as I ate good food. Newry, Maine was where we stayed and had a gigantic house:…
Summer article #4: Staff member Elise Tran (’20) returns to her roots in Vietnam for an unforgettable experience including tasty queen bees and getting her name engraved on a grain of rice in Can Tho! Photo gallery included.
Staff article #3: It’s month two for Baron Banner’s hermit! Catch up onto what she has(n’t) done so far and perhaps pick up a few things to perfect your own hermit life.
#2 Our news editor Cecilia Nguyen documents her 3-day trip to San Francisco with a day-by-day summary and photos, including the Primavera Omelet Breakfast from Kitchen Story!
Staff article #1: Get an insight of the life of Baron Banner’s hermit! It gives you what she does during summer break and some tips on how to become a hermit yourself.
Throughout July and August, Baron Banner will be publishing personal summer experiences of our fine editors and staff. Enjoy!
Four academic prep classes are being offered over the summer. The classes include Spanish, Calculus, Algebra II/Trig and Chemistry.
Here are some new clubs that FVHS might offer next year including Japanese Club and Fountain Valley Blogger’s Society.
Hoangsa Nguyen started her first gymnastics lesson at age 10, and only five years later with hard work and dedication, Nguyen has placed in every single competition she has competed in.
As the year comes to a close, some students claim to be “burned out,” but what’s the actual science behind this phenomena that seems to grow increasingly common in our generation. Is it real?