Sociology Club Leads with Acts of Service
Apr17

Sociology Club Leads with Acts of Service

The Sociology Club has been busy supporting the community with acts of service this spring. During the month of April, they held a towel collection and collected more than 100 new towels for The Women’s Transitional Living Center in support of Sexual Assault Awareness Month. They also sorted through thousands of birthday cards for a local veteran whose only wish on his 96th birthday was to receive a few cards. Dwayne Sherman received...

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Art Contest Open to All Students
Apr10

Art Contest Open to All Students

Fullerton College students are invited to participate in the Diverse Perspectives Art Contest hosted by the Fullerton College Diversity Committee and Fine Arts Division. The contest is a juried exhibition available only to FC students to display artwork representing diversity throughout Fullerton College. Selected artwork can win up to $1000 cash prize. For more information and artwork requirements see the flier and entry form.

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Guided Pathways Seeking Student Input

The Guided Pathways Steering Committee seeks students to join the conversation regarding the new state initiative called Guided Pathways. Currently the college organizes academic programs in divisions (Humanities, Social Science, Business CIS, etc.). Students are invited to participate in a sorting activity that will ask whether there may be a better way to organize the programs. This event will happen on Wednesday, April 10 in...

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Sociology Club Bath Towel Fundraiser
Mar25

Sociology Club Bath Towel Fundraiser

The Sociology Club is collecting new white bath towels to donate to the Women’s Transitional Living Center in Fullerton. Only new towels will be accepted. Please drop off donations through April 11 at Building 1400, Room 1423 or to schedule a pick up contact aandrus@fullcoll.edu.

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Design-a-Bookmark Art Contest

Student are invited to submit creative bookmark designs for printing and promotion at the library. The design themes are literacy, diversity and success. The top eight chosen will have their bookmarks printed, and the first, second, and third place designs will earn cash prizes. Submissions are due by March 28. Rules and submission information can be found on the library’s website.

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Associated Students Float OCTA Referendum

Associated Students passed a resolution to float a student referendum seeking to place a transportation fee on their spring ballot. The ballot measure calls for a $5.75 fall and spring semester fee for full-time students and a $5.05 fee for part-time students that would provide universal access to OCTA bus services. If approved by students, OCTA will provide the first year of bus passes at no cost. The fee would go into effect in the...

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