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    • Hornet Jan. 1972 Community Edition

    • 00500013A.PDF
    • Hornet Jan. 1972 Community Edition
    • Construction classes-Community project; Student activities
    • Construction Class Students Aid City - After some 15 years of building houses as the project for the 66A Building and Construction Classes, a new turn has been taken in the curriculum. This year, the class project will be an Activity Building to be...
    • Hornet 01/08/1971

    • 00490014.PDF
    • Hornet 01/08/1971
    • City street widening plan-Campus land acquisition
    • Trustee Ward opposes plan - The Chapman Avenue widening project has run into some difficulties. The main objection is from North Orange County Community College District Trustee Robert Ward. Trustee Ward feels that the city's plan to take a 14 foot...
    • Hornet 01/08/1982

    • 00610015.PDF
    • Hornet 01/08/1982
    • Fullerton College Student Newspaper; Christian rock concert
    • Rock band plays amid controversy - A hard-rock band with a fundamentalist Christian message played amid controversy at FC Wednesday afternoon. At issue was whether or not FC should sponsor an entertainment [event] advocating a specific religious...
    • Hornet 02/04/1972

    • 00500016.PDF
    • Hornet 02/04/1972
    • Student government-President-Eligibility
    • Burgess Not Eligible. Asks Temporary Waiver - Bill Burgess, who has served FJC's student government as senator, vice-president and now as president, may be forced to step down from that position because of the interpretation of the word "enrolled."...
    • Hornet 02/09/1979

    • 00570018.PDF
    • Hornet 02/09/1979
    • Fullerton College Student Newspaper; Student government; Budgets
    • No budget freeze for Music Dept. - Associated Student President Jonathan Brostrom and Fine Arts Department Chairperson Kenneth Section met Feb. 2 in hopes of ironing out their differences concerning the A.S. proposal to freeze all Music Department...
    • Hornet 02/11/1965

    • 00430019.PDF
    • Hornet 02/11/1965
    • Fullerton College Student Newspaper; College student government; Student activties
    • GPA Takes Two More: Elections, Rallies Chiefs Vacate Positions - Kathie Ward, Commissioner of Rallies, and Larry Munsey Commissioner of Elections, resigned their posts last week because of "grade problems" making a total of five resignations from...
    • Hornet 02/11/1982

    • 00610017.PDF
    • Hornet 02/11/1982
    • Fullerton College Student Newspaper; Student enrollment
    • Spring enrollment setting records - As of Feb. 8 the number of students registered for the spring semester at Fullerton College was 18,353 which represents a [an] 11 percent increase over the same period last year. However, Associate Dean of...
    • Hornet 02/21/1964

    • 00420019.PDF
    • Hornet 02/21/1964
    • Fullerton College Student Newspaper; Student enrollment-Counselor workload increase
    • Heavier Loads Face Counselors - 6 Day Classes discussed. If you think your counselor slights you now, wait until next year when he counsels an estimated 100 more students because of the estimated 34 per cent increase in Fullerton Junior College...
    • Hornet 03/09/1979

    • 00570022.PDF
    • Hornet 03/09/1979
    • Fullerton College Student Newspaper; Sport budget-Cutbacks; State funding
    • Cutbacks could cost FC $135,000 - Fullerton College stands to lose over $135,000 in funds from the state, if the North Orange County Community College District (NOCCCD) goes ahead with its plan to cut five sports on campus, statistics revealed this...
    • Hornet 03/10/1978

    • 00560021.PDF
    • Hornet 03/10/1978
    • Fullerton College Student Newspaper; District-Administrative plans
    • District wants Wilshire school - Fullerton Elementary School District, because of dwindling enrollment and finances, may have to close two of its 21 schools. An advisory committee of 10 citizens has been appointed by the district's board of...
    • Hornet 03/11/1955

    • 00330022.PDF
    • Hornet 03/11/1955
    • Fullerton College Student Newspaper; Fullerton Junior College-Students; Schools-Exercises and recreations; Mead, Margaret, 1901-1978; Women sociologists; Sociology; Speeches, addresses, etc.; Student activities
    • Dr. Mead To Lecture - Next Thursday, March 24, FJC will play host to the eminent sociologist, Margaret Mead. Because of this special assembly, regularly scheduled, Thursday 11 a.m. classes will be held on Friday. Dr. Mead, holder of six degrees,...
    • Hornet 03/17/1961

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    • Hornet 03/17/1961
    • Fullerton College Student Newspaper; Student activities-Community service
    • Service Week Begins Monday - The World University Service Week will be starting on Monday March 20 and will continue through the 24th winding up with a movie on Saturday night in the High School Auditorium. This year's goal is $500 and FJC students...
    • Hornet 03/19/1993

    • 00710019.PDF
    • Hornet 03/19/1993
    • Fullerton College Student Newspaper; Speeches, addresses, etc.; Student meeting-Tuition increase
    • Coalition's Rally Sparks Heated Debate School President Borst is a Speaker At the Sometimes Volatile Fee Increase Forum - President Philip Borst was among the speakers at the student coalition rally held Wednesday in the quad. Coalition members...
    • Hornet 03/20/1970

    • 00480023.PDF
    • Hornet 03/20/1970
    • Campus clubs-Radical views published
    • Newsletters become common weapon Of both Radical students, Young GOP - Both the Radical Student's Union and the FJC Young Republicans have found it necessary to publish newsletters in order to get their unedited views to the general body. Because...
    • Hornet 03/28/1980

    • 00580025.PDF
    • Hornet 03/28/1980
    • Fullerton College Student Newspaper; Child care
    • Child Care Center relocates - "This is really a happy time," said Karen Griffin, director of FC's Child Care Center, after salaries and fee schedules for a new center were approved by the North Orange County Community College District (NOCCCD)...
    • Hornet 04/11/1986

    • 00640024.PDF
    • Hornet 04/11/1986
    • Campus thefts-Autos
    • Cover story Spree of auto thefts hit JC - Five automobiles were stolen from Fullerton College parking lots in five days, leading Fullerton police to suspect the incidents may be related. The auto thefts include two pickup trucks, a Capri, a Corolla...
    • Hornet 04/17/1964

    • 00420026.PDF
    • Hornet 04/17/1964
    • Fullerton College Student Newspaper; Student enrollment-Schedule of classes
    • It's Final! No Saturday Classes Next Semester. College Will Utilize High School Facility. "There will be no Saturday classes," Dr. Otto Roemmich, vice-president of instruction, announced today. "But because of the anticipated number of students...
    • Hornet 04/21/1972

    • 00500029.PDF
    • Hornet 04/21/1972
    • Student government meetings
    • Mid-Meeting Walkouts - AS Senate Plagued By Discontent of Senators. A controversy has started in the Student Senate over the continued mid-meeting walk-out of senators. The disturbance has, for the past two weeks, caused the meeting to be stopped...
    • Hornet 04/22/1955

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    • Hornet 04/22/1955
    • Fullerton College Student Newspaper; Fullerton Junior College-Students; Balls (Parties); Student activities
    • 'Dreamer's Holiday' To Be Held at Wilton: Spring Formal Features View of Harbor Lights - Beautiful rainbow pier, colorful harbor lights, and a picuresque [sic] pounding surf . . Place yourself in this picture ...Add soft music and an attractive...
    • Hornet 04/26/1985

    • 00630026.PDF
    • Hornet 04/26/1985
    • Board of Trustees-Decision; District administration-Chancellor; District administrator-Termination
    • Chancellor terminated Clark to fight Board action - The trustees of the North Orange County Community College District announced Tuesday that Chancellor Leadie Clark's employment contract will not be renewed after its termination on June 30, 1986....

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