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Fullerton College Student Newspaper
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    • Hornet 12/07/2011

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    • Hornet 12/07/2011
    • Fullerton College Student Newspaper; Fullerton College-Students; Fashion shows; Women's clothing; Men's clothing; Entertainment events; Student activities
    • Student fashion taken to new heights: Anuual show showcases their creative fashion. Fullerton College's fashion design and pattern making classes hosted their very own "Escape from Wonderland" fashion show last Thursday night.
    • Hornet 05/09/2012

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    • Hornet 05/09/2012
    • Fullerton College Student Newspaper; Fullerton College-Students-Honors; Fullerton College-Faculty; Fullerton College-Administration; Commencement ceremonies; Speeches, addresses, etc.; Baccalaureate addresses; Cosmetology teachers; Beauty culture;...
    • Cosmetology students shine at graduation: Graduates make their way towards higher education. "Embrace the riches of life. Let your dreams touch the sky." This is the advice each student was given on May 7th, 2012 at the Fullerton College...
    • Hornet 09/20/2012

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    • Hornet 09/20/2012
    • Fullerton College Student Newspaper; Fullerton College-Administration; North Orange County Community College District-Administration; Promotions; Interim executives; Employment selection
    • Fullerton College Welcomes new VP: Claudette Dain takes on school challenges. Fullerton College is proud to announce there is a new vice president of administrative services. Claudette Dain has been announced as the new Interim Vice President of...
    • Hornet 10/03/2012

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    • Hornet 10/03/2012
    • Fullerton College Student Newspaper; Fullerton College-Students; Universities and colleges-Security measures; Database security; Hacking; Computer security
    • Campus Security Breached: Workforce center [sic] database suffers Breach. An isolated security breach occurred September 13 and was discovered September 20 through the Fullerton College work force [sic] center database. An investigation is being...
    • Hornet 10/17/2012

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    • Hornet 10/17/2012
    • Fullerton College Student Newspaper; Fullerton College-Finance; Fullerton College-Students; School budgets; Referendum; Elections; Community colleges-California; Budget deficits; Speeches, addresses, etc.
    • Officials concerned over budget standing: Editors key in on statewide teleconference. On September 26, a statewide conference was held for all student editors and associated press. The teleconference was meant to update the state on the current...
    • Hornet 10/31/2012

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    • Hornet 10/31/2012
    • Fullerton College Student Newspaper; Fullerton College-Students; Speeches, addresses, etc.; Oral interpretation of poetry; Poetry; Short story; Student activities
    • A night for local rising stars: Open Mic Night brings a taste of literary Art. The Fullerton College Creative Writing department has for the fifth consecutive year allowed students to express themselves through artistic venues with their hosting of...
    • Hornet 04/17/2013

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    • Hornet 04/17/2013
    • Fullerton College Student Newspaper; Fullerton College-Students; Rape; Rape-Prevention; Sexual abuse; Sexual harassment; Student activities
    • Shirts of color reveal stories: Decorating the campus with awareness. Men wearing high heels and colorful t-shirts hanging on clotheslines adorned the quad yesterday afternoon. This week is Sexual Assault Awareness Week, which explains why there...
    • Hornet 05/01/2013

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    • Hornet 05/01/2013
    • Fullerton College Student Newspaper; Fullerton College-Students; College student government-Elections; Elections-Corrupt practices; Student activities
    • Campus elects A.S. leaders: Food Drive stuggles to bring in resources. The 2013 Associated Students spring election has drawn to a close, with all 6 executive positions accounted for, and more than half a dozen senatorial positions also tallied.
    • Hornet 10/23/2013

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    • Hornet 10/23/2013
    • Fullerton College Student Newspaper; Fullerton College-Students; College musicals; College theater; New York (N.Y.)-Social life and customs-20th century; United States-Social life and customs-20th century; United States-Race relations-20th century;...
    • RAGTIME dances through Fullerton: Theater department celebrates opening night of fall production.
    • Jaysee Torch 05/22/1925

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    • Jaysee Torch 05/22/1925
    • Boyce, William T.; Russell, Francis; Hancock, Ray; Stubblefield, Theodore; Nordheim, Ted; Gertosky [Gutosky], Walter; Rains, Alan; Pannier, Alice; Pannier, Charles; Zahl, Earl; Howard, Lewis; Kenniston, Melvin; Thompson, Bransford; Keller,...
    • Attractive courses offered for next year in Jr. College; F.J.C. classes to be larger in 1925: many questions are received about courses, other cities are interested; Varsity F initiation held in H.S. gym; Baseball season is nearing the end;...
    • Torch 05/21/1926

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    • Torch 05/21/1926
    • Rains, Alan; Rees, Victor; Haywood, Benjamin S.; Balcom, James; Ballou, Faye; Bumgardner, Edna; Fehlman, Donald; Frank, Kathro; Geise, Emily; Hancock, Ray; Hardy, Vinnie M.; Howard, Lewis; Howell, Cliff; John, Edith; John, Edna; Kenworthy,...
    • Rah! Rah! Sophs; Commencement exercises are planned: large class will receive coveted sheepskins June 15; History of class of '26 is given: sophomore class proves to be very peppy and industrious; Hislop in oratorical contest; Steam engines built...
    • Torch 05/28/1926

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    • Torch 05/28/1926
    • Balcom, Jimmie; Parsons, Bill; Lewis, Glenn; Boyce, William T.; Woolford, Alfred; Hilton, W.A.; Spalding, Edna; Shaver, C.B.; Velasco, Luis; Shea, John; Reeve, Audrey; Shulz, Esther; Ross, Theresa; Martin, Harriette; Shaver, Laura; Stewart,...
    • Rah! Rah! Frosh; Last assembly of year is held: assembly proves most enthusiastic of any this year; Final exam dates are announced; Plan natural science trip to mountains; Sophomores entertained by freshmen; Editorial; Shovelets; Y.W.C.A. cabinets...
    • Weekly Torch 01/21/1927

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    • Weekly Torch 01/21/1927
    • Hunt, Remfry; Schweitzer, Dorothy; Pernt, Annie; Schneider, Louise; Forham, Marian; Fochman, Marian; Dean, Lee; Stewart, Mildred; Fountaine, Violette; Hezmalhalch, Lillian; Pike, Jo; Daniels, Veeva; Hylton, Eunice; Paige, Helen; Bausman,...
    • B.B. game in gym here tonight; Dr. Hunt addresses J.C. assembly: Dr. Hunt, missionary in China for 30 years tells interesting tale; Miss Johnson entertains Spanish Club: "El Don Quixote" is new name for the Spanish speakers; Room committee...
    • Weekly Torch 04/22/1927

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    • Weekly Torch 04/22/1927
    • Hylton, Eunice; Brown, Marjorie Alice; Tozier, Olive; Stewart, Mildred Jean; Dull, Virginia; Bausman, Dorothy; Brinkerhoff, Edna; Berkey, Betty; McAmbley, Margaret; Helm, Marion; Werner, Richard J.; Hendrickson, Ralph E.; Walker, Murray; Sparks,...
    • Y.W. holds its installation Thursday; Boyce favors "Y" Honor Code [letter]; High School to present a play tonight: "Goose Hangs High" big feature of the week; Mr. Kryder is killed while at his work; Verse Book sale on now: buy your copy early and...
    • Weekly Torch 05/20/1927

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    • Weekly Torch 05/20/1927
    • Parsons, Bill; Zuckerman, Theodore; Dahl, Ruth; McGavran, Darrel; Velasco, Chile; Schweinfest, Elizabeth; Helm, Marion; Shamlin [Shamlia], Ada Dee; Beauchamp, Elinor; Zuckerman, Edward; Draper, Jr., Hiram; Browne, Marjorie Alice; Gahr,...
    • College in H.S. assembly program: Glee Clubs and dramatic talent displayed; College host to 200 high school seniors: county schools are well represented; Frosh play is viewed by a big audience: "So This Is London" well received; Casey Jones in...
    • Weekly Torch 04/18/1928

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    • Weekly Torch 04/18/1928
    • McGhee, Tom; Palmer, Ruth; Smith, Winton; McOmie, Lorenzo; Arroues, Josephine [Jo]; Holme, John; Gahr, Richard; Boege, Violet; Yorker, Frances; Goodwin, Ernie Jr.; Ball, Vivian; Merrifield, Walker; Wagner, Ione; Stull, Clarence; Nenno,...
    • Compton host to schools at forensic convention Friday: nine schools attend semi-annual forensic confab, fourteen delegates go from here, discussion of school spirit and campus problems held; Pasadena adopts 6-4-4 plan; Blue and Gold Week plans...
    • Weekly Torch 05/16/1928

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    • Weekly Torch 05/16/1928
    • Jones, Naomi; McGhee, Tom; Cate, Leland; Grainger, Ethelyn; Evans, Mabel; Grafton, Helen; Beebe, Mary; Tanquary, Leo; Ackley, Helen; Wilmoth, Jack; Lang, Clarence; Stephens, Jimmie; Reeve, Eleanor; Ledgerwood, Herbert; Backs, Florence; Tanquary,...
    • 'Book of Charm' is a great success; Y.M. to give Y.W. feed: Hillcrest Park to be scene of group gathering; J.C. girls win honors at meet: J.C. place second or third; Two matches to be played this week; Annual exhibit is announced for Friday; "This...
    • Weekly Torch 10/24/1928

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    • Weekly Torch 10/24/1928
    • Ackley, Helen; Adams, Martha; Akagi, Ray; Altnow, Georgia; Aupperle, Doris; Barfell, Lawrence; Basron, Howard; Beebower, Sylvan; Bliss, Elizabeth; Boege, Violet; Booth, Charles J.; Boyce, W.T.; Brachensark, Mack; Brooks, Raymond C.; Brown, Marjorie...
    • Three hundred attend conference: fourteen colleges represented; F.J.C. holds fourth rank: Pasadena is largest of junior colleges in the Southland; Plummer named President of J.C. body; Men speak in favor of J.C.: California leads in development of...
    • Weekly Torch 12/18/1929

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    • Weekly Torch 12/18/1929
    • Anderson, Earl; Andres, E.M.; Armstrong, Ella; Arroues, Marcelina [Marcy]; Ashenfelter, Harlen; Atherton, Dalton; Barilina [Barilani], Alice; Barnett, Winifred; Beebe, Winifred; Bell, Blanche; Borst, Richard W.; Boyce, William T.; Bristol,...
    • Sixty voices combined for joint choir: musical version of Christmas given in play - Orchestras combine - Program to be presented in Jaysee auditorium at season's greeting; Art classes have attractive sale; Y.W. plans program for Mexican colony;...
    • Weekly Torch 02/19/1930

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    • Weekly Torch 02/19/1930
    • Aitken, Florence; Akagi, Roy; Altnow, Georgia; Ament, W.S.; Ames, Helen; Anderson, Roland; Armstrong, Ella; Arroues, Marcelina; Ashley, Alice; Baker, Frank; Baldwin, Clarence B.; Ball, Esther; Barilani, Alice; Barnett, Winifred; Barris,...
    • Zoologists at beach city to explore rocks: students in struggle with octopi, two caught - Annual excursion - Laguna Beach ideal for variety of specimens says Tracy; Verse book editors offer cash prizes: "First the Blade" wants student verse for...

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