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Mastering the combination of teaching and comedy

History teacher Roel Hinojosa has not been short of memorable experiences in his life. Constantly on the path to “learning more,” Hinojosa has tested his hand at various religions, from Catholic to Muslim to being born-again twice. “Ultimately what I hope students leave is learning the bigger questions, things that I can’t really answer, things…
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Guy Ginsberg

April 29, 2016

History teacher Roel Hinojosa has not been short of memorable experiences in his life. Constantly on the path to “learning more,” Hinojosa has tested his hand at various religions, from Catholic to Muslim to being born-again twice.

“Ultimately what I hope students leave is learning the bigger questions, things that I can’t really answer, things that may not even have an answer,” Hinojosa said. “I want students to be able to ask questions, the big ones, know what they are and be able to look for the answers, even if they never find it.”

Column: This winter, encourage eating

Column: This winter, encourage eating

Every December, malls wrap their fake indoor plants in silver tinsel, radio stations blast Christmas carols with different beats but the same lyrics, and people from Southern California convince themselves that 65 degrees is below freezing and worthy of a scarf, mug...

B4L changes its look

B4L changes its look

The slogan “Baron For Life” is intertwined throughout the Fountain Valley High School campus and culture. It finds itself embedded in speeches, posters and most prominently in the B4L raffle here at FVHS. The four B4L values of being considerate, analytical, curious...