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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 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 10/03/2012

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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 12/12/2012

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    • Hornet 12/12/2012
    • Fullerton College Student Newspaper; Fullerton College-Students; Fullerton College-Faculty; Kwanzaa; Speeches, addresses, etc.; Oral interpretation of poetry; Poetry; Students, Black; Multiculturalism; Cultural pluralism; Student activities
    • Students celebrate Kwanzaa on campus: Cadena Center teams up with Ethnic Studies Department at Kwanzaa celebration. Every year, the Kwanzaa celebration commences on the first Thursday of December. This year it was celebrated in the College Center...
    • 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...
    • Weekly Torch 11/22/1935

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    • Weekly Torch 11/22/1935
    • Fullerton College Student Newspaper; Fullerton Junior College-Students; Women college students; Male college students; Courtesy; Etiquette; Dating (Social customs); Adams, Patricia; Alcott, Louise; Astaire, Fred; Backs, Evan; Baker, Jimmy; Bath,...
    • Fullerton Men Make Reply: To Juvenility Accusations - The person who authored the bitter indictment of mannerisms and etiquette of Fullerton junior college men last week put the gears in motion figuratively speaking, for a first class campus war....
    • Weekly Torch 10/15/1948

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    • Weekly Torch 10/15/1948
    • Fullerton College Student Newspaper; Fullerton Junior College-Students; Women-Societies and clubs; School elections; Student activities
    • Women Students Elect New Cabinet Members View School Dress Code - Four new Associated Women Students cabinet members were elected this week resulting from the nominattions [sic] held at the AWS meeting in the auditorium last Friday morning.
    • Hornet 08/31/1990

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    • Hornet 08/31/1990
    • Faculty-Violence against; Assault and battery
    • Violent campus confrontation shakes teacher - Fullerton Police and campus security are still searching for a suspect and motive following an unprovoked assault that occured against a Fullerton College instructor on campus last Monday, resulting in...
    • Hornet 12/07/1990

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    • Hornet 12/07/1990
    • Faculty union negotiations-District
    • CTA declares impasse over benefits issue - Contract negotiations between the California Teachers' Association (CTA) and and the North Orange County Community College District (NOCCCD) have stalled, resulting in the declaring of an impasse by the...
    • Hornet 02/11/2002

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    • Hornet 02/11/2002
    • Flag burning; First Amendment
    • FC student burns flag on campus quad. Protest: Local police called to frenzied scene on campus after disturbance. A demonstration by a student protestor created an uproar on campus Thursday morning, resulting in the arrests of two FC students by...
    • Hornet 02/22/2006

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    • Hornet 02/22/2006
    • Tutoring Center-Budget cutbacks
    • Center Suffers from Overspending. Students find it hard to take advantage of the limited resources resulting from budget issues. The Fullerton College Tutoring Center was forced to slash its services this semester due to budget difficulties...

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