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Fullerton College Student Newspaper
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    • Hornet 02/08/2012

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    • Hornet 02/08/2012
    • Fullerton College Student Newspaper; Fullerton College-Faculty; School elections
    • Faculty Senate President voted in: Marcus Wilson becomes president due to resignation. The Fullerton College Faculty Senate unanimously voted FC business professor, Marcus Wilson, into the position of president of the Senate at their first meeting...
    • Hornet 10/27/2010

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    • Hornet 10/27/2010
    • Fullerton College Student Newspaper; Fullerton College-Students; Fullerton College-Professional staff; Coffee shops; Coffee; Beverages; Snack foods; Student activities
    • Coffee shop plans are brewing: A campus "hang out" will become a place for students to satisfy their coffee buzz. A new coffee shop will be opening for business behind the school library on Dec. 6. What looks like a secluded resting area set with...
    • Hornet 09/29/2010

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    • Hornet 09/29/2010
    • Fullerton College Student Newspaper; Fullerton College-Students; Fullerton College-Professional staff; College student government; Associated Students-Constitution; Student activities
    • A.S. conducts business in Senate meeting: DuBois denies Judicial Committee the evidence that was requested and stirs up feelings of A.S. members. Dr. Toni DuBois met with the A.S. again in a senate [sic] meeting yesterday to discuss business....
    • Hornet 11/22/2006

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    • Hornet 11/22/2006
    • Fullerton College Student Newspaper; Central business districts-California-Fullerton; Buildings-Repair and reconstruction; McDonald’s Corporation; Restaurants; Bars (Drinking establishments); Nightclubs; Housing rehabilitation; City planning;...
    • Fullerton Plans Reconstruction Projects: Amidst all the new bars and clubs that swarm Downtown Fullerton, old buildings are being given a completely new look to fit in with the rest of downtown. The City of Fullerton is undertaking several...
    • Hornet 12/07/2005

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    • Hornet 12/07/2005
    • Campus bridge-Demolition
    • Tearing down history. A Fullerton College landmark is brought down in the name of progress. A crowd of curious onlookers peered over the chainlink fence as the Caterpillar Excavator eradicated the bridge linking the Humanities Building (500), and...
    • Hornet 09/04/2002

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    • Hornet 09/04/2002
    • U.S. President visit-Orange County-Santa Ana; Education; Homeland security; Speeches, addresses, etc.
    • Bush comes to Orange County - President George Bush came to the Bowers Museum in Santa Ana on Friday, August 23, to address Latino community and business leaders about education and homeland security issues. Accompanying the President on the...
    • Weekly Hornet 09/08/1997

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    • Weekly Hornet 09/08/1997
    • Chinese students-Academic partnership
    • China Does "Business" on Campus - Students from mainland China will study beside Fullerton College students as part of a new academic partnership between FC and the Beijing Concorde Institute of Management (BCIM). BCIM recruits students from the...
    • Weekly Hornet 08/27/1993

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    • Weekly Hornet 08/27/1993
    • College administrators
    • V.P. DeCraene Accepts Post in San Diego Area Well-respected admnisirator leaves for Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District - Andrew DeCraene has departed as Fullerton College's administrative services vice president for a better position in...
    • Hornet 03/09/1990

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    • Hornet 03/09/1990
    • U.S. president-Speeches, addresses, etc.-George Bush; Drugs-War against; Substance abuse
    • Bush declares total drug war - President George Bush brought the drug war to full intensity here in the Southland with a speech at an anti-drug pep rally at the Santa Ana Bowl one week ago. The president called upon a stadium full of cheering...
    • Hornet 02/06/1987

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    • Hornet 02/06/1987
    • Campus clubs-Phi Beta Lambda; Business students
    • Oldest FC club starts campaign - Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) may sound like a fraternity, but it's not. It is a national coed [sic] organization for busines [business] students who want to learn leadership skills and get involved with the community. The...
    • Hornet 10/04/1985

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    • Hornet 10/04/1985
    • Self-paced learning; Business-Lab
    • ISP classes to be struck - The Individual Self Paced Skills Lab, Room 316 in the Business Building, will be closed after the Fall semester - due to declining enrollment over the past two years and lack of positive attendance by its students. "A...
    • Hornet 05/10/1985

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    • Hornet 05/10/1985
    • Apartheid; Business boycotts; Protests
    • Apartheid: not a black and white issue - With all the controversy surrounding South Africa, the issue at stake is one of great complexity, and many people may be protesting without fully understanding the situation, say two people who have actually...
    • Hornet 09/16/1983

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    • Hornet 09/16/1983
    • Fullerton College Student Newspaper; Campus security
    • Semester sees new service Security top of list-Vasquez - Newly-hired Facilities Assistant Ted Vasquez has placed campus security on his list of priorities for the fall semester. Facilities assistants operate under Robert R. Gates, Dean of Business...
    • Hornet 10/10/1980

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    • Hornet 10/10/1980
    • Fullerton College Student Newspaper; Presidential candidate; Speeches, addresses, etc-Political
    • Economic blueprint given to O.C. voters - Contending that the American economy is today "sputtering into the '80s" while the economics [sic] of other nations "glide past in the fast lane," presidential candidate John B. Anderson presented his...
    • Hornet 09/26/1980

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    • Hornet 09/26/1980
    • Fullerton College Student Newspaper; Campus buildings-Construction; Art classes
    • New art facilities in use - "We're in, but it's not all wrapped up yet," said Robert Gates, assistant dean of Business and Facilities of the newly renovated 1000 (Art) building. While work is not totally completed on the building, art classes have...
    • Hornet 04/27/1979

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    • Hornet 04/27/1979
    • Fullerton College Student Newspaper; Job fairs; Career Day
    • Local companies represented at Career Day - Have you ever wondered if it's all worth it? If all those nights you go home to do your homework while your friends stay out drinking are really getting you somewhere? Well, the second annual Career Day...
    • Hornet 10/28/1977

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    • Hornet 10/28/1977
    • Fullerton College Student Newspaper; Campus food services
    • Nutrition Task Force organizes - Self-organization was the main concern of the Fullerton College Nutrition Task Force at a meeting held Monday. The committee is under the leadership of Faculty Association President Iris Simmons and Robert Gates,...
    • Hornet 09/30/1977

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    • Hornet 09/30/1977
    • Fullerton College Student Newspaper; Campus shooting; Suicide
    • Student enters classroom, shoots aid, [sic] kills himself - A Fullerton College student fatally shot himself in the head Monday in the Business Building after wounding an instructor's aide and, in an earlier incident, his neighbor. Gerald Uejima,...
    • Hornet 05/16/1975

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    • Hornet 05/16/1975
    • Student awards-Man of the Year; Student activities
    • Doud Named Man of the Year - Robert G. Doud, FC's A.S. president, was awarded Man of the Year, climaxing honorary ceremonies held last night in the Student Center. Doud has been acclaimed by his coworkers for running "an efficient and business like...
    • Hornet 11/15/1974

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    • Hornet 11/15/1974
    • City of Fullerton-Parking decision; Student government
    • Lot To Eliminate Street Parking - The formation of a Speakers Bureau was accepted by the Student Senate Tuesday and it was given its first item of business. The city of Fullerton, according to A.S. President Bob Doud, is going to eliminate...


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