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Fullerton College Student Newspaper
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    • 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 05/09/2012

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    • Hornet 05/09/2012
    • Fullerton College Student Newspaper; Fullerton College-Students-Honors; Fullerton College-Faculty; Fullerton College-Administration; Commencement ceremonies; Speeches, addresses, etc.; Baccalaureate addresses; Cosmetology teachers; Beauty culture;...
    • Cosmetology students shine at graduation: Graduates make their way towards higher education. "Embrace the riches of life. Let your dreams touch the sky." This is the advice each student was given on May 7th, 2012 at the Fullerton College...
    • Hornet 03/02/2011

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    • Hornet 03/02/2011
    • Fullerton College Student Newspaper; Fullerton College-Students; Harassment; Universities and colleges-Security measures
    • Avoid becoming a victim of harassment on campus: Using the "buddy system" is a good way for students to stay safe. An average of 2 harassment incidents are reported at FC per semester according to Campus Safety Office Jim McKamy.
    • Hornet 09/19/2007

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    • Hornet 09/19/2007
    • Fullerton College Student Newspaper; Fullerton College-Students; Fullerton College-Faculty; Fullerton College-Administration; Fullerton College-Sports; Water polo-Tournaments; Water polo; Women athletes; Vans; Disabled vehicles on express highways;...
    • Van Transporting Polo Team Not Road-Worthy: A school van broke down on a trip to a weekend water polo tournament. Last Thursday, the women's water polo team and two coaches were left to their own devices when a school van broke down while the team...
    • Hornet 03/14/2007

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    • Hornet 03/14/2007
    • Fullerton College Student Newspaper; Fullerton College-Students; Blood-Collection and preservation; Blood donors; College student government; Clubs; American Red Cross; Student activities
    • Students Give Blood to Help Save Others: Hornets give back to those in need in a unique, selfless way. The Associated Students sponsored the American Red Cross' Donor Days last Wednesday and Thursday during Fullerton College's blood drive.
    • Hornet 03/15/2006

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    • Hornet 03/15/2006
    • Athletics-Men's basketball-State champions
    • Undefeated. Victory is theirs! The Hornets buzzed their way to victory on Sunday in Fresno where they became state champions in the COA Men's Basketball Championship. Corey McIntosh was named State Player of the year, Tim Denson deemed Championship...
    • Hornet 09/21/2005

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    • Hornet 09/21/2005
    • Campus construction-Parking garage
    • Reconstructing the FC Campus. An update and a closer look at the various construction projects around Fullerton College. With the new parking structure scheduled to open for the spring semester, the makeover of FC is well on its way. Completion of...
    • Hornet 03/09/2005

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    • Hornet 03/09/2005
    • Campus construction-Cafeteria commons
    • FC's extreme makeover. It's just commons [sic] sense. Upon completion of the LLRC, current William Boyce Library will make way for a new food court and student activity area. As one of the final phases of the reconstruction projects around...
    • Hornet 12/01/2004

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    • Hornet 12/01/2004
    • Student government survey-Smoking ban support
    • Survey: Students Faculty Favor Smoking Ban. A.S. one step closer, still long way from campus-wide smoking ban - A majority of students support a campus-wide smoking ban at Fullerton College, according to the results of an Associated Students...
    • Hornet 02/05/2003

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    • Hornet 02/05/2003
    • State budget-Proposed tuition increase
    • Davis plans huge student fee increase - Tuition will skyrocket next fall from the current $11 per unit to $24 per unit, if Governor Gray Davis has his way. The governor's proposed 2003-2004 budget calls for more than doubling of the current college...
    • Hornet 03/13/2002

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    • Hornet 03/13/2002
    • Bond measure-Voter approval-New college funding
    • $125 million on the way. Bond: Measure X passes, bringing long awaited funds to Fullerton College campus. Measure X was passed by North Orange County voters March 5 with 57.4 percent approval for the District-proposed bond measure that will provide...
    • Hornet 10/18/2000

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    • Hornet 10/18/2000
    • Campus safety limitations-Student response
    • Concerns voiced on security limts - Most students at Fullerton College were unaware of campus safety officers' "observe and report" philosophy until the release of the Oct. 4 issue of the Hornet newspaper. "Students should feel safe with the...
    • Weekly Hornet 09/15/1997

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    • Weekly Hornet 09/15/1997
    • Faculty-Physical attack
    • Instructor Attacked By Unknown Man - An instructor was attacked on Aug. 25 in the hallway parallel to the 1200 building at approximately 8 p.m. by an unknown assailant. The female social science instructor was accosted outside her office on her way...
    • Weekly Hornet 10/02/1995

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    • Weekly Hornet 10/02/1995
    • Student-Fatal traffic accident
    • FC student dies in tragic accident Tragedy: Family and friends mourn for the FC freshman who was killed in Corona. Tragedy struck Fullerton College when freshman Ryan Allen Dehlinger of Corona was killed in a car accident Sept. 21 while on his way...
    • Hornet 10/20/1989

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    • Hornet 10/20/1989
    • Fundraising-Earthquake victims
    • Funds raised for earthquake victims - Over $700 in earthquake relief money has been donated by Fullerton College students as of Thursday afternoon. Due to quick organization by the AS Carebank, Phi Beta Lambda and KFCR, the campus radio station,...
    • Hornet 05/12/1989

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    • Hornet 05/12/1989
    • Board of Trustees-Censure
    • Loumakis censured - The North Orange County Community College District Board of Trustees censured Trustee Chris Loumakis last Tuesday, citing Loumakis "breached the confidence of executive sessions of the Board on sensitive personnel and...
    • Hornet 03/13/1987

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    • Hornet 03/13/1987
    • Guest speaker; Persons with disabilities
    • Handicapped actress to speak at FC - Handicapped actress Barbara Adside will be speaking in the Student Center on Wednesday, March 18, at noon, on the acheivements of the handicapped as part of Handicapped Awareness Week at FC. Adside, 22, who was...
    • Hornet 09/21/1984

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    • Hornet 09/21/1984
    • Student center; Student littering
    • Senate news A.S. calls for clean center - The A.S. Senate formally gave President Terry Cleaveland the authority to close the student center if he deems such action necessary to prove a point about student's littering the center. The Senate decided...
    • Hornet 12/09/1983

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    • Hornet 12/09/1983
    • Fullerton College Student Newspaper; Football-National championship
    • Hornets win national title - The 1983 Shrine Potato Bowl pitted two of the best junior college football teams in the nation. The Taft Cougars, ranked number one in the nation, looked anything but that as Fullerton College passed its way to a 28-7...
    • Hornet 10/01/1982

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    • Hornet 10/01/1982
    • Fullerton College Student Newspaper; Charity events; United Way
    • OC record may fail [sic] - Between 19,000 and 24,000 people lined up along a 22-mile stretch of the Santa Ana River last Saturday in an attempt to go down in history as part of the world's longest human chain. United Way of Orange County, sponsors...


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