Fullerton College Offers Weekly Meditation Sessions to Encourage Mindfulness Practice
Nov30

Fullerton College Offers Weekly Meditation Sessions to Encourage Mindfulness Practice

This fall Fullerton College added more opportunities for students and staff to practice regular mindful meditation through the Mindful Mondays and Tranquil Tuesdays session series. Tranquil Tuesdays were added to the mix of sessions this year as a way to get more students and staff to participate. The sessions are a product of the Mindful Growth Initiative which began in 2016 and fosters contemplative practices and growth...

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Finals Week Hospitality
Nov26

Finals Week Hospitality

Stop by the Student Center patio in Room 214 during finals week on Dec. 3 & 4 for snacks and refreshments sponsored by Associated Students.

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Awareness and Resource Fair for World AIDS Day: Nov. 29
Nov26

Awareness and Resource Fair for World AIDS Day: Nov. 29

Health Services will host an awareness and resource fair in honor of World AIDS Day on Thursday, Nov. 29 from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. on the quad. The fair will feature community organizations that can share information related to sexual health, HIV and AIDS. Additional events include free HIV testing in Rooms 227 and 229 and the opportunity to visit the AIDS Memorial Quilt which will be hung in the Library, Nov. 26 – Dec. 3. The...

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Kwanzaa Celebration: Nov. 29

Fullerton College Ethnic Studies and the Umoja Program will host the annual Kwanzaa Celebration on Thursday, Nov. 29 featuring guest speaker, Priscilla Ocen, J.D. Ocen is a professor of law at Loyola Law School and co-author of Black Girls Matter: Pushed Out, Overpoliced and Underprotected. The event also features student performers and the Dembrebrah Drum and Dance Ensemble. A reception begins at 6 p.m. in the Wilshire Theatre. For...

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Student Spotlight: Meet Guadalupe Cortez!
Nov26

Student Spotlight: Meet Guadalupe Cortez!

Fullerton College students come from all walks of life – each one with an individual story of how they arrived at FC, challenges and achievements they’ve experienced along the way, and most importantly, a goal of where they’re headed beyond Fullerton College. Their stories help connect us, inspire us, and give meaning to fact that Community Lives Here. Guadalupe Cortez is the oldest of four siblings, a first-generation college...

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