It’s still possible to celebrate the holiday season during COVID-19. There are many safe alternatives to get into the holiday spirit with friends and family or by oneself.
In a time when parents are considering homeschooling their kids, some might wonder how these programs operate.
Fullerton College horticulture lab technician Ed Kim shares news on new greenhouse and e-commerce website coming soon.
How have Fullerton College students been dealing with their mental health during the pandemic?
Although Fullerton College is currently closed because of the pandemic, Campus Safety is on-site 24/7.
Smoke advisory and mandatory wood-burning ban in place from recent wildfires.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom orders new Regional Stay-at-Home Order and gives COVID-19 vaccine update
Gov. Gavin Newsom explains new stay-at-home order that’s being implemented and describes new information on the vaccine distribution in the state of California.
The Trump train traveled from Beverly Hills to Surf City on Saturday to demonstrate against Gov. Newsom’s coronavirus curfew.
A look at the wildlife affected by the Silverado and Blue Ridge fires.
California attempts to curve the recent rise in COVID-19 cases with a stay at home order.
Orange County moves backward into the Purple-Tier assignment due to a surge in Coronavirus cases throughout California.
Fullerton College hosted a Veterans Day Ceremony that highlighted all the different resources the Veterans Resource Center has for its own students.
Instead of tossing campaign signs, try reusing or recycling them.
Trump supporters showed up to protest the presidential election results in Yorba Linda yesterday.
NOCCCD Board of Trustees saw all members up for reelection reelected, and one new member elected.
Residents of Fullerton opposed both ballot measures that were proposed this election.
The new location of Jaxon’s Scratch-Made Chix Tenders near Fullerton College is serving up classic chicken tenders with many different sauce options.
A new festive carwash experience has popped up in Huntington Beach and is here to spread holiday cheer to anyone who may need a little help getting into the holiday spirit this year.
Kayla’s Cake in Fullerton is female-owned and built by mothers who work hard to create beautiful French macarons, cake in a jar and custom cakes.
Mad Wolf Mongolian BBQ offers programs to help feed those affected by the economic impact of COVID-19.
What is it about J San Ramen in Fullerton that has amassed such positive reviews?
Healthy Hornet Drive-Thru teamed up with the Fullerton College annual Thanksgiving Food Drive on Tuesday to provide holiday style meals and gift cards to students.
Tuesdays To Go Review: Never grow tired of Mad Wolf Mongolian Barbecue’s endless options at the build-your-own bowl bar
The build-your-own bar offered at Mad Wolf Mongolian Barbecue allows customers to build a customized meal of noodles, meat, toppings and sauce combinations that offer a brand new variety of flavors with each bowl.
The Fullerton College Healthy Hornet Drive-Thru will be hosting a special holiday edition food drive for Thanksgiving.
Gathering of Friends live-stream event shares holiday recipes and an update on the Fullerton Arboretum
The Fullerton Arboretum hosted a live-stream event to help support its operations and to bring back the holiday spirit by sharing some recipes from culinary experts.
Disney California Adventure’s Buena Vista Street has reopened for outdoor dining and retail as an extension of the Downtown Disney District.
The Fullerton Museum Center is partnering with several Downtown Fullerton eateries in a fundraiser to support the museum’s essential programs.
What’s the experience at one of Fullerton’s only Desi and halal restaurants like?
Many more layoffs have been implemented across the Disney parks including unionized Disneyland workers who have been furloughed since the theme park’s closure in March.
Locals and art lovers all around came together on Thursday to honor the completion of The Muckenthaler’s Sculpture Garden.
Pita Hot is an affordable Mediterranean restaurant located in Fullerton.
Frame Coffee is a new coffee spot that just opened up in October and its indoor space is aesthetically pleasing for those Instagram-worthy photos.
Ensenada’s Surf N Turf Grill serves a variety of savory Mexican seafood dishes.
Facebook page “Rockin Round Fullerton” was started amid the COVID-19 pandemic with the goal to paint and hide rocks around the city so that members of the Fullerton community can participate in an uplifting, yet social-distanced activity.
“A Slice of Orange,” a new podcast on North Orange County politics, provides useful insight and advice for being a responsible voter as well as an opportunity to get to know your local candidates on a more personal level.
Gary Graves, a professor teaching entrepreneurship at Fullerton College, talks about his children’s book about AIDS charity and his message about community service.
Great Pretender is amazing but has one glaring flaw that holds it back.
Stages Theatre has closed as the virus was announced a pandemic and the board member President shares her thoughts on what’s in store for the theatre.
Celebrities with goodwill and bad and the new product of Airpods Max and more on Episode 8 of the Instant Breakdown Podcast.
The year 2020 has brought many hard-times for a lot of individuals and with a lot of inconsistencies in routine, music has been a saving grace for many.
The small theater has attracted a strong Fullerton audience with its innovative and immersive plays.
What’s the deal with the Grammys, Elliott’s coming out story, and more on Episode 6 of the Instant Breakdown Podcast.
It’s been 10 years since Nicki Minaj’s “Pink Friday” album was released and Minaj has announced something special coming that her fans can look forward to.
The 2021 Grammy nominations are locked in and music lovers everywhere are happy and disappointed with a lot of mixed emotions regarding the nominees.
An insight on the Creative Network and how it can forever change Hollywood and the way it networks.
Ever wondered what it’d be like to rent an entire movie theater with friends and family? Well, wonder no more.
“Blood of Zeus” has good visuals, but has glaring issues in its story that hold it down.
What masculinity means, People’s Sexiest Man Alive and more on Episode 5 of the Instant Breakdown Podcast.
1949 classic “Baby It’s Cold Outside” is still under scrutiny two years later as being unacceptable to today’s societal norms.
Trump having been projected to lose the 2020 election caused multiple celebrations to take place all around the United States during the COVID-19 pandemic. COVID-19 who?
The updates that Twitter and Instagram have made don’t provide anything meaningful to their platforms.
As much as a majority of the public would love to create a fine for those who don’t wear masks to help decrease the spread of COVID, it should not happen.
A look at the flaws of the movement that are normally ignored.
Thanksgiving’s history makes the holiday something to not be thankful for.
Twitch provides a unique opportunity for politicians to relate to the younger generation in a productive way.
With social media constantly focused on the issues that affect everyone across the nation and world, do people forget to get involved in their own communities?
Many companies are jumping on board in recognizing the importance of the 2020 election.
2020 is ready for a change and the sports world is taking charge.
In troubled times, love is immune from this pandemic.
As the NBA season is getting set to tip-off soon, members of the Fullerton College men’s basketball team were asked who is their pick to win the NBA Finals.
FC Softball head coach Marian Mendoza is optimistic about having a season at some point this school year.
What are the true probabilities of going on to play sports at any level past high school?
On the 9th episode of the Around The Hornet podcast the, sportswriters predict who will win the NFC East division.
Although the NFL has seen an influx of new-era quarterbacks in recent years, the traditional pocket passers still have a few years left as the faces of the league.
Tune into the 8th episode Around The Hornet podcast here.
Nate Ramirez found his love for the sport of football at Fullerton College.
Do Fullerton College student-athletes feel safe with the COVID-19 protocols that have been put in place?
Fullerton College athletics have found ways to remain Title IX compliant under athletic director Scott Giles.
Women’s Volleyball is doing everything they can to condition as a team in person while social distancing.
After a rough outing against the Los Angeles Rams, did Russell Wilson lose his case for MVP?
College football has been heavily affected by COVID-19, but could it eventually end the season?
On the 6th episode of the Around The Hornet podcast the Tampa Bay Buccaneers loss on Sunday night was discussed.
Fullerton College’s athletic trainers play a crucial role in ensuring the safety of everyone involved as teams begin conditioning.
COVID-19 has tested every professional sports league in the US this Summer, and how some handled it is pretty impressive.
Tune in to the 5th episode of the Around The Hornet podcast.
The Blue Ridge and Silverado fires affected Fullerton College athletics just as they were able to return to campus.