FC Night at Angel Stadium Returns April 25 
Feb28

FC Night at Angel Stadium Returns April 25 

Hornets and Angels will reunite for an epic night of family fun and baseball during the annual Fullerton College Night at Angel Stadium on Saturday, April 25. The event, now in its fifth year, supports the Chris Lamm & Toni Dubois-Walker Memorial Food Bank and Students of Distinction Awards. It is one of the most highly anticipated spring events for students, staff, alumni, and supporters, and creates an opportunity for Hornets to...

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Annual KinderCaminata Welcomes Kindergartners to Explore College and Careers
Feb28

Annual KinderCaminata Welcomes Kindergartners to Explore College and Careers

An annual beloved tradition which brings together kindergartners from local elementary schools to explore college and career options will return to Fullerton College on March 6. The event known as KinderCaminata, celebrates Cesar Chavez’s “Si Se Puede” (Yes you can; it is possible) motto by planting seeds of education at an early stage using lively demonstrations and hands-on learning experiences. “I’m honored to be part of such a...

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Mindful March Offerings Promote Awareness, Reflection, Self-Compassion
Feb28

Mindful March Offerings Promote Awareness, Reflection, Self-Compassion

Fullerton College’s Mindful Growth Initiative will offer a series of workshops and sessions throughout the month of March that promote mindful awareness, reflection, and self-compassion. The activities are open to all students, faculty, and staff. Mindful March activities include: Mindful Mondays – Offered every Monday at 12 p.m., these sessions provide 30 minutes of meditation and relaxation. See the flyer for dates and locations....

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Fullerton College Breaks Ground on $54 Million Building
Feb21

Fullerton College Breaks Ground on $54 Million Building

Fullerton College celebrated the groundbreaking of the new $54 million Instructional Building on Thursday, February 20. The Instructional Building is the college’s first new construction in 10 years, and its first progressive design-build project.  Located between the 1400 and 1200 buildings, the new three-story building will improve students’ educational experience, both in and out of the classroom. More than 100 guests attended the...

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Shusenjo Film Screening Confronts Controversial Issue of Comfort Women in Japan
Feb20

Shusenjo Film Screening Confronts Controversial Issue of Comfort Women in Japan

The “comfort women” issue is perhaps Japan’s most contentious present-day diplomatic quandary. Inside Japan, the issue is dividing the country across clear ideological lines. In Shusenjo: The Main Battleground of the Comfort Women Issue, director Miki Dezaki delves deep into the most contentious debates and uncovers the hidden intentions of the supporters and detractors of comfort women who are caught in a relentless battle over...

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