The Wounded Warriors Club acts as a service organization with a focus on aiding those with a connection to the armed forces.
Students reflect on Trump’s presidency since election day one year ago.
At 9:55 a.m., Fountain Valley High School went on lockdown due to an incident near campus.
If you blink, you might miss them. The Drone Racing Club takes flight with radio controlled hardware built with one goal in mind: speed.
The new California bill appears to open a flurry of higher education opportunities for Californians, but it has let important details go unsaid.
Binders have been a common way of transporting papers and books in schools for decades. Recently however, more people are switching to carrying everything in their backpacks. Why is this shift occurring and what are the benefits of one type over another?
The Associated Student Body uses hundreds of sheets of paper for their posters and teachers are offering alternatives to the harmful method.
Through countless hours of practice, senior Katherine Ngo gained speed, strength and size, making her more confident about playing football at FVHS.
Chemistry students gather in the science hall before the break of dawn to geek out, unleash their inner chemist, and participate in the Mole Day festivities.
ASB and Senate spend many hours to create hundreds of posters for the annual Bell Week.