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    • Hornet 11/23/2011

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    • Hornet 11/23/2011
    • Fullerton College Student Newspaper; Fullerton College-Students; Fullerton College-Faculty; Fullerton College-Professional staff; Muslim college students; Multiculturalism; Cultural pluralism; Speeches, addresses, etc.; Student activities
    • Students speak out about foreign cultures in the US: Islam students gather to discuss culture and religion. Students, teachers and staff members attended the first Conversation Circle, Muslim in America on Thursday.
    • Hornet 04/03/2013

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    • Hornet 04/03/2013
    • Fullerton College Student Newspaper; Fullerton College-Students; Fullerton College-Administration; North Orange County Community College District-Administration; Student protesters; Hispanic Americans; College students, Black; African American...
    • Low minority goals 'fire up' students: Students and their families protest their way to NOCCCD Board of Trustees. Students protest council's decision to lower Latino and African-American success rates. More than 30 students and their family members...
    • Hornet 03/26/2014

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    • Hornet 03/26/2014
    • Fullerton College Student Newspaper; Fullerton College-Students; Part-time employment; Food service; Cafeterias; Student activities
    • FC cafeteria employees reveal life at work. It's another hectic lunchtime and the cafeteria is buzzing with the sound of loud chatter and noisy blenders mixing drinks in the Jamba Juice corner.
    • Hornet 10/19/1956

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    • Hornet 10/19/1956
    • Fullerton College Student Newspaper; Fullerton Junior College-Students; College student government; Congresses and conventions; Student activities
    • Twelve Hornet Delegates Go To Convention - Twenty-nine schools were represented by 301 delegates at the Southern California Junior College Student Government Association conference at Los Angeles City College Saturday. Fullerton was represented by...
    • Hornet 03/16/1962

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    • Hornet 03/16/1962
    • Fullerton College Student Newspaper; Student awards-Speech; Student activities; Speeches, addresses, etc.
    • Student Speakers Honored in Frisco - Henry Hoffman, a sophomore theatre arts student from Whittier, and Ronald Mankin, a sophomore business administration major, won top honors in the Califrnia State Junior College Speech Championships Saturday at...
    • Hornet 04/28/1989

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    • Hornet 04/28/1989
    • Abortion-Debate; Student activities
    • Abortion debate raises questions, concerns - A large audience came to Wednesday's abortion debate, the hottest ticket in campus activities all semester, put on by the Associated Students and organized by the Curriculum and Education Committee....
    • Weekly Hornet 03/16/1998

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    • Weekly Hornet 03/16/1998
    • Campus speaker-Cadena Center
    • "One woman's journey toward success" - A motivational speaker uplifted the Cadena Center with her path to success. Nancy Ramirez, district director for Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez, spoke to two dozen people who waited anxiously for her speech on...
    • Hornet 11/15/2000

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    • Hornet 11/15/2000
    • Homecoming celebration-Mardi Gras theme; Student activities
    • Mardi Gras at homecoming - Mardi Gras came to the Fullerton College quad Nov. 8. The event, sponsored by the Associated Students and the InterClub Council (ICC) lasted throughout the day, beginning at 8 a.m. Tables and stalls, were set up in the...

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