Free Seminar Addresses Causes, Solutions to Homelessness
Feb22

Free Seminar Addresses Causes, Solutions to Homelessness

Homelessness has reached crisis levels both locally and nationally. Many factors, including misinformation and myths, contribute to this growing problem. A free, public seminar called Homelessness 101 on March 19, 6-8 p.m. in Fullerton College’s Wilshire Auditorium will provide information and answer some of the most frequently asked questions about this issue. Such as: What causes people to become homeless? What is the current state...

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FC Night at Angel Stadium Returns April 5
Feb22

FC Night at Angel Stadium Returns April 5

Hornets and Angels will reunite for an epic night of family fun and baseball during the annual Fullerton College Night at Angel Stadium on Friday, April 5. The event, which is now in its fourth year, supports the Chris Lamm & Toni Dubois-Walker Memorial Food Bank and Students of Distinction Awards. The highly anticipated spring event for students, staff, alumni, and supporters creates an opportunity to come together, enjoy a night...

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What’s the Buzz at the Student Center?

The Student Center located in Building 200, Room 214 is a place for students to unwind and interact with fellow students while enjoying some of the activities and amenities available such as board games, a pool table, air hockey, charging stations, a television and PlayStation, and more. To add to the mix of fun this spring, Student Activities has planned a variety of activities and events to keep students engaged in the fun. With a...

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Two Brothers, Different Talents, Hit Record Achievements at Fullerton College
Feb21

Two Brothers, Different Talents, Hit Record Achievements at Fullerton College

Take a first glance at Lance Coleman II and Maceo Coleman and you’ll instantly recognize they share a resemblance to one another. Take a deeper look and you’ll recognize their resemblance is not the only thing they share. Both are motivated, both are positive, and both are making great strides and achievements at Fullerton College, each with uniquely different talents. Standing side by side with one another, the 6’2” brothers, who...

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First Drone Journalism Class Takes Off
Feb21

First Drone Journalism Class Takes Off

Fullerton College has launched its first Drone Journalism class, the first of a full drone-based program slated to open in the fall. The first drone class, which started this spring semester, goes over how to pilot and use a drone, laws pertaining to drone use and, of course, how to use drones for journalism, said Professor Jay Seidel, Media Studies Department Coordinator and head of the new drone program. Plans are in the works to...

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Hornets Honor Black History Month with Campus Events
Feb13

Hornets Honor Black History Month with Campus Events

Across the country many will celebrate Black History Month during the month of February with events that recognize and honor the historical contributions of African Americans. At Fullerton College, Black History Month is an important part of education and each year the campus celebrates with a series of campus-wide events designed to honor those historical events, build community, and strengthen connections across campus. Black...

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