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Fullerton College Student Newspaper
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    • Hornet 03/11/1988

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    • Hornet 03/11/1988
    • Gays and lesbians-Student club
    • Gays, lesbians seek identity through club - With the support of 25 students, Brian Fredrick plans to resurrect a request to the Associated Students (A.S.) for a new club on campus: the Gay/Lesbian Feminist Student Union (GLFSU).
    • Hornet 03/04/1988

    • 00660020.PDF
    • Hornet 03/04/1988
    • Bomb threat-Campus procedures
    • Bomb threat stirs college Leaves staff angry with campus policy - The handling of a bomb threat last week by the FC administration has caused several staff members to question the District's policy concerning such incidents. A FC switchboard...
    • Hornet 09/18/1987

    • 00660005.PDF
    • Hornet 09/18/1987
    • Motorcycle accident-Student death
    • Motocycle crash takes student's life - Fullerton College student, David M. Balbirnie, 19, was involved in a motorcycle and car accident which claimed his life nearly three weeks ago. Balbirnie and a friend decided to take a late-afternoon ride on...
    • Hornet 09/25/1987

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    • Hornet 09/25/1987
    • Student government-Associated Students' Senate; Executive leadership-Controversy
    • Senate divided as Rome burns - The turmoil in the Associated Students (A.S.) grows and so does the call for the resignation of Treasurer Brendan Rome. "I will not resign, " said Rome. "If the senate could prove to me that I have been derelict in my...
    • Weekly Torch 02/09/1951

    • 00290016.PDF
    • Weekly Torch 02/09/1951
    • Fullerton College Student Newspaper; Fullerton Junior College-Students; Fullerton Junior College-Registers; College registrars; College attendance
    • Spring Term Begins With 897 Enrolled - Drop Held Normal - Fullerton junior college will begin 1951 with an enrollment of 897 Hornets. These were the official figures released Tuesday by Robert Rockwell, registrar.
    • Hornet 11/06/1987

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    • Hornet 11/06/1987
    • Parking structure-Plans
    • Plummer renewal brings structure closer to reality - Fullerton College is one step closer to the possible realization of a parking structure as the Fullerton Joint Union High School District (FJUHSD) approved a $1.4 million renovation proposal for...
    • Hornet 02/05/1988

    • 00660017.PDF
    • Hornet 02/05/1988
    • Classified staff-Awards
    • FC staff members honored - Fullerton College honored five staff members by presenting them with Staff of Distinction Awards on January 20, 1988 at the annual Spring All-Campus Meeting. The Staff of Distinction Award recognizes both certified and...
    • Hornet 02/19/1988

    • 00660018.PDF
    • Hornet 02/19/1988
    • District Board of Trustees-Decision-Parking structure; Fullerton City Council-Vote
    • District passes $3.5 million structure But City Council stalls in giving final approval - It's finally official-almost. After years of debate, argument, red tape, committee meetings, shelved proposals, and unfulfilled expectations, there is a...
    • Hornet 03/18/1988

    • 00660022.PDF
    • Hornet 03/18/1988
    • AIDS-Debate
    • Threat of AIDS debated with fear and compassion - As the threat of AIDS becomes more personalized, individual vocalized attitudes and reactions emerge at debates throughout the country. The Fullerton College Issues Exchange held its final debate of...
    • Weekly Torch 02/21/1951

    • 00290017.PDF
    • Weekly Torch 02/21/1951
    • Fullerton College Student Newspaper; Fullerton Junior College-Students; Cafeterias
    • Commission Votes Hive Price Rise: Final Decision To Be Made by Board at Next Meet - "Shorter operating hours or an increase in food prices is necessary to keep the Hive open," stated Mr. Schuepbach at Monday's Commission meeting.
    • Hornet 03/25/1988

    • 00660023.PDF
    • Hornet 03/25/1988
    • Vandalism-Swastikas
    • Vandalistic acts sweep campus - Several areas of the campus were vandalized last weekend, according to a report filed with FC Security. Swastikas were found painted on the outside of President Philip Borst's office, the library, the 1200 complex,...
    • Hornet 04/15/1988

    • 00660025.PDF
    • Hornet 04/15/1988
    • Faculty-Salaries-Impasse
    • United Faculty demands decision on salary dispute - The union of faculty members at Fullerton and Cypress Colleges (UF) announced to the District Board of Trustees last Tuesday night that it has voted to begin impasse procedures in response to the...
    • Hornet 04/22/1988

    • 00660026.PDF
    • Hornet 04/22/1988
    • Staff resignation; Neo-Nazi allegation; Campus vandalism-Racism
    • Custodian resigns, denies alleged neo-Nazi charges - An alleged neo-Nazi working on the Fullerton College custodial staff has resigned in the wake of an investigation by the North Orange County Community College District. Additionally, the...
    • Hornet 05/06/1988

    • 00660028.PDF
    • Hornet 05/06/1988
    • State funding cuts; Persons with disabilities; Learning resources
    • Threatened funds may leave center entirely disabled - As the State of California tightens its budget belt, scholastic minorities are fighting against each other for funds and the Fullerton College Disabled Students/Learning Resources Center may...
    • Hornet 05/13/1988

    • 00660029.PDF
    • Hornet 05/13/1988
    • Faculty-Picketing-Salary dispute; Board of Trustees meeting
    • Faculty pickets Board meeting - Picketing teachers were scattered throughout the intersection of Berkeley Avenue and Lemon Street last Tuesday night. The ongoing battle for a fair cost of living adjustment (COLA) for the teachers of both Cypress...
    • Hornet 05/20/1988

    • 00660030.PDF
    • Hornet 05/20/1988
    • Admission tests-Minority discrimination-Latinos; Lawsuit
    • FC accused of illegal testing - Latino rights groups filed a lawsuit Wednesday against Fullerton College, accusing the school of discriminating against minorities by using mandatory admissions testing to place students into classes.
    • Hornet 09/30/1988

    • 00670005.PDF
    • Hornet 09/30/1988
    • Placement tests-Revision
    • Testing revisions in effect - As of this semester, FC's seven-year-old placement test policy has been changed. Placement tests, which in the past have mandated the placement of students into either lower or upper level math and English courses, are...
    • Weekly Torch 03/09/1951

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    • Weekly Torch 03/09/1951
    • Fullerton College Student Newspaper; Fullerton Junior College-Students; Fullerton Junior College-Freshmen; Talent shows; Schools-Exercises and recreations; Dance; Vocal quartets (Musical groups); Student activities
    • Frosh Present "Mardi Gras" Show in Special Talent Assembly Today - Raise that curtain, Move that set. Learn those lines. Shut up! These theatrical phrases echoed thru the portals of the auditorium this last week. It's all part of the Frosh Talent...
    • Hornet 08/26/1988

    • 00670001.PDF
    • Hornet 08/26/1988
    • Faculty-Salaries; District negotiations-Proposed settlement
    • Issues resolved in salary dispute - The United Faculty (UF) and the North Orange County Community College District seem to have finally reached an agreement regarding the faculty's cost of livivng adjustment (COLA). After nearly 18 months of give...


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