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    • Hornet 11/09/2011

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    • Hornet 11/09/2011
    • Fullerton College Student Newspaper; Fullerton College-Students; Entertainment events; Clubs; Universities and colleges-Health promotion services; Smoking cessation; Health facilities; Student activities
    • Homecoming impacts college: Health Services educate students at Homecoming. Students celebrated the Hornet's annual Homecoming football game while having the opportunity to learn about the dangers of smoking on Wednesday.
    • Hornet 04/11/2012

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    • Hornet 04/11/2012
    • Fullerton College Student Newspaper; Fullerton College-Students; Fullerton College-Professional staff; Rape; Rape-Prevention; Sexual abuse; Sexual harassment; Student activities
    • Raising Awareness of Sexual Assault: Students take a stand against abuse with t-shirts. On Tuesday April 10, in the FC quad, the psychology department will hosted [sic] the first Clothesline Project in honor of sexual assault awareness month.
    • 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 10/09/2013

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    • Hornet 10/09/2013
    • Fullerton College Student Newspaper; Fullerton College-Students; College student government; Impeachments; Religion in the public schools; Religion; Religious life; Student activities
    • A.S. looks to remove president - A.S. President caught mixing his religous [sic] beliefs with his duties. The Associated Students Senate continued to go forward with the impeachment process of A.S. President John Ahn at yesterday's A.S. meeting.

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