The Disney+ original show “WandaVision” is closing one door, but opening others for many Marvel Cinematic Universe projects to come.
Learn about Pearl Mann’s journey, one of the first female lawyers in Orange County.
Festival coordinator Alex Eastman explained all the changes being made for this year’s event.
Fullerton College will temporarily convert the dining hall into a socially-distant student study space.
Orange and Los Angeles counties social justice organizations collectively hosted a march in the city of Long Beach to celebrate Black History Month.
Even as the office remains closed, DSS still makes it their purpose to properly integrate students with disabilities into the Fullerton College programs and services.
In the ever-evolving world of social justice, a topic that has become more prominent is gender identity.
Once more, the online Club Rush allowed Hornets to safely connect with student organizations virtually.
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.
Surf City navigates another wave of pro-Trump supporters during the coast-to-coast “Stop the Steal” movement.
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.
A letter to be read to the NOCCCD Board of Trustees caused Trustee Ryan Bent to criticize and interrupt the FC Associated Students meeting, causing students to take action.
On Wednesday, a group in Santa Ana marched in unity over the events unfolding in Philidelphia.
Thursday’s debate was a much calmer showing in contrast to the first debate.
The city of Fullerton is making no effort to remove unofficial ballot drop boxes being placed around Orange County, until given word from Neal Kelley.
California’s Proposition 16 may allow affirmative action once again after 24 years.
Even from a distance, both candidates continued to throw sharp attacks at on another.
To update workers on ongoing negotiations with Disney, Workers United Local 50 went over recalls and layoff information while also taking questions from Cast Members on Facebook Live.
OCTA Returns to Front-Door Boarding, a plan that will be rolled out from early-October to late-November
California’s Proposition 15 will be one of the largest tax increases in California history, increasing property taxes for big businesses while providing funds for public education and local governments.
The vice presidential nominees faced off for the first and only time before Election Day.
The new positive test result is the third reported in the last week.
Work flexibility for app-based drivers will be on the line this Election Day.
Although the ongoing coronavirus has proven to cause more severe disease than seasonal influenza, the latter is just around the corner, leaving many unsure of what to expect from the upcoming flu season.
“The American people lost tonight because that was horrific.”
A student who last attended an in-person lab last Tuesday tested positive for COVID-19.
Police were initially overwhelmed from the heated protest encounters.
NOCCCD ensures a confidential and fair review of any discrimination complaint following an incident in which a USC professor took temporary leave after a Chinese word used in class sounded similar to a racial slur.
On Saturday, a crowd in Santa Ana marched to support Orange County’s undocumented community.
Fullerton College along with many other schools and colleges initially transitioned all courses to online formats in March.
Voting by mail will be an option for all registered voters and many citizens are wondering what the process will look like this November.
Construction workers at Fullerton Colleges latest building project have already achieved a major milestone and are moving on with no complications despite working through the COVID-19 pandemic.
The North Orange County Community College District (NOCCCD) is terminating their current agreement with the Fullerton College Foundation.
Foreign Fullerton College students may continue on smoothly to the next semester following the rescinding of the Trump administration’s directive targeting online-only international students.
The Fullerton College campus will be closed for the upcoming Fall and Summer semesters but will have limited on campus resources available to students
Fullerton College’s tuition for fall’s online instruction will continue to be set at $46 per unit
5-0 OC Board of Supervisors unanimously vote to reopen businesses
Fullerton College recently announced that the fall semester will continue through remote learning as opposed to in-person instruction due to COVID-19
Together We Rise, a non-profit organization, is helping formerly fostered students during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Fullerton College Campus is donating care packages to upcoming graduates
The FC Students Support Group on Zoom offers students help with mental and technical problems caused by the coronavirus outbreak
FC bookstore has now made procedural changes to how how they will be selling books and handling rental in the future
After releasing the schedule for summer classes last week, Fullerton College has come to the decision that all classes in the summer semester will be taught remotely for the first time
Fullerton College is helping their students continue their college success while experiencing hardships due to COVID-19
Today is the last day to withdraw from a course at Fullerton College.
Fullerton College is offering free food and feminine products to students during COVID-19
Remote learning will become easier for students throughout the remainder of the spring semester with the help of Fullerton College.
The Fullerton College Foundation is now offering students a helping hand to support themselves and their families.
Pathways of Hope is able to help the people and the city of Fullerton within this devastating time of COVID-19
Deadlines, transfer updates and other services from Fullerton College’s Transfer Center will be available online
Some Fullerton restaurants are allowing customers to purchase alcoholic beverages to continue social distancing during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Too much time studying and looking for other activities? With just over a week of quarantine in Orange County, there have been numerous of activities discovered for individuals to stay busy
In the fear of the disease ( COVID-19) everything is starting to close such as jobs, colleges, restaurants and even our local high schools
With 42 cases of coronavirus announced by the OC Healthcare Agency on Wednesday, Orange County is taking measures to ensure public safety.
Mar. 17th’s Fullerton City Council meeting saw further preparation with the ratification of a declaration of emergency and an increase in emergency funding.
Many businesses are closed until further notice but some remain open to serve their community.
One of the steps to avoid the coronavirus is to avoid the sea.
Colleges are switching to online to prevent COVID-19 transmission. Fullerton College should be next.
Fullerton College spreads awareness about COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and urges the public to remain calm, plan and prepare.
The Fullerton College Horticulture Department had its annual Tomato Sale this weekend.
“Si, se puede!” (Yes, you can!) as Cesar Chavez would say.
The Game Development Club is being revived after being dormant for two years.
DACA heads to the Supreme Court: What Can Happen?
Joshua Ferguson, the man behind Fullerton’s lawsuit, sits down with the Hornet for an in-depth interview.
The Umoja community on Fullerton campus aims to strengthen the academic success and cultural awareness of African American students.
A groundbreaking event welcomed the start of construction on a new humanities building at Fullerton College.
Coronavirus has made its way to Orange County, California and has become a huge public concern.
Community Day is an event that’s hosted every year at Fullerton College, inviting many non-profit organizations and departments to make students more aware of how they can contribute to their community.
Fullerton College makes advances with its new app to help students along their journey
As the lawsuit between the city of Fullerton and local blogger Joshua Ferguson unfolds, the evidence presented tells a complex and compelling story that leaves more questions than answers.
Students storm into the quad to sign up for clubs and get involved at Fullerton College.
Jaguars score in 8th due to extra baserunner with the International Tie-Breaker Rule
The combination of youth and inexperience led to the 9-1 defeat in the Hornets first game of the regular season
Pirate’s Head Baseball Coach dies in a helicopter crash
Night and weekend students still pay for health fee when they do not have access to the services.
A Fullerton resident, charged with hacking secret city documents, is challenging City Hall on accusations of corruption, misconduct and coverups.
Carpool Karaoke ft. The President of Fullerton College
Every FC student is working towards a goal and everyone had a story to tell.
The Fullerton College Drone Lab will assist in a research project with Cal State University Long Beach to help track sharks off the coast of Southern California.
The OC Weekly closed its doors the day before Thanksgiving, after a prestigious 24-year run.
Fullerton College’s annual Fall Harvest Food Drive provides food for students and the community on Tuesday, Nov. 26.
The food bank at Fullerton College, has more resources to offer other than food.
Billionaire and Presidential candidate Tom Steyer, speaks to Fullerton College students and local residents as he campaigns for the White House.
Billionaire Tom Steyer will attempt to validate his candidacy to become the 2020 Democratic presidential nominee during a town hall at Fullerton College on Saturday Nov. 16.
The scientific study of measurement at Fullerton College.
Fullerton commemorated America’s 100th Annual Veterans Day with a march up Harbor Blvd. to Hillcrest Park.
A stabbing occurred near the Fullerton Transportation Center on Saturday Nov. 2.
The decision to built new bleachers, a new lighting system and new speakers for FC Sherbeck Field stadium is expected to be made on the Nov. 12 meeting.
What to know about the Fullerton College Disability Support Services Department and what it offers.
The city of Fullerton implemented the pilot paid parking program in July of 2019 and is set to vote on its fate in late December.
Fullerton’s annual Asia/Pacific Islander American Forum will be held Oct. 30 from 11:45-1:30 p.m. in room 224.
“Presence” opened on Tuesday evening to an eager crowd of curious onlookers.
Fullerton College brings understanding and knowledge of the LGBT community with a Gender Literacy 101 presentation on Friday, Oct. 25.
Fullerton College’s Music Department faculty entertains students and jazz aficionados in their Campus Theater.
Fullerton College Campus Safety offers an escort service for its students and teachers.
The Fullerton College Faculty Senate is set to vote on changes for the AA/AS degree general education requirements at their next meeting.
Tuesday, Oct. 15, marks the beginning of Covered California’s open enrollment for those who want to purchase health insurance.
The Fullerton College Counseling Department provides students a pathway to fulfill their academic goals. Academic counselor’s offer the tools that students need to maximize their success in the classroom and for their future.
The North Orange County Community College District discussed free speech changes with students in an open forum on Oct. 14.
The Fullerton College health fee covers everything from a flu shot to std testing and behavioral health counseling.
Future construction plans at Fullerton College include new instructional buildings and parking structure.
The Cadena Cultural Center and A.S. introduced the new school semester with student resources, clubs, and culture at the 15th annual ¡Bienvenidos!
In a sold-out event at The Richard Nixon Library and Museum, Four-Star General James Mattis shared his experiences and insight regarding the more than 40 years of service to the United States.
Actress Felicity Huffman was sentenced earlier today in a Boston courthouse for the charges she received in the college admissions scandal.
Top 10 Democratic candidates fail to impress during third debate in Houston Thursday, Sept. 12.
OCTA event at Fullerton College introduces free bus ride initiative for students on September 12
The Fullerton College fall 2019 A.S. elections take place Sept. 3-5 in the Quad from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
California Community Colleges’ are pushing for a faster transfer of students to four-year institutions.
Fullerton College Students made room to rest and relax before finals.
The college admissions scandal has lead to 33 indicted families accused of fraud and bribery. Some will look for a plea deal, while other convictions will lead to prison time.
California state Senator Ling Ling Chang visits Fullerton College’s Drone Lab to see the potential it has for students
Students of Distinction 2019 gives special recognition to 18 selected students.
In an event organized through Grads to Be, therapy dogs descended the Fullerton quad to help relieve the mounting end of the semester stress
In wake of measle scares, what should you really be concerned for?
Love Fullerton is less than a day away check out what the community has planned this year.
Suicide among adolescent boys aged 10 to 17 years old rose in the month after the first season of the hit Netflix series was released.
The Spring 2019 Career Fair Successfully brings the community together by connecting students with potential employers.
Aline Gregorio, an associate geography professor at Fullerton College, was chosen as OC Teacher of the Year for 2020.
Certain weather seasons can cause allergens to become more severe. Learn about how and what you can do to help ease your allergy symptoms.
The Associated Students of Fullerton College recently wrapped up its spring elections.
A California State University system policy aims to eliminate single-use plastics across all 23 Cal State campuses. Would a similar policy be welcomed on the Fullerton College campus?
It’s likely that someone you know has experienced or even heard of someone who has been affected by sexual assault, perhaps even you have been affected. There is a need to bring a light to this issue, which is why April is designated sexual assault awareness month.
A pilot has died after a plane crash at the Fullerton Municipal Airport.
The FC welding department begins to spends their $1 million funding to further student success.
April is Sexual Assault Awareness month, making it a prime time for Waymakers to come to college campuses across Orange County, including Fullerton College.
The Associated Students represent all Fullerton College students in a governance model, they are responsible for campus events and partnerships with different departments to help to further improve student life on campus.
The North Orange County Community College District along with Cal State Fullerton and Fullerton College will begin to offer free tuition for first-time to college students right out of high school through a new education partnership.
Come join community fun at the Fullerton Market every Thursday.
The continuing trend of homelessness surrounding Orange County
Multiple celebrities, CEOs, and other wealthy people have been caught bribing college admissions officials in order to have their children admitted to prestigious schools.
Fullerton College just acquired a news vehicle unlike any other, being the first community college on the west coast to have this kind of advanced technology accessible to students.
U.S. Federal Investigators have charged 50 people so far in an ongoing investigation, involving wealthy and well off persons bribing school officials to guarantee their children admission into some of the country’s most elite universities.
Cerritos College is the 13th college to offer two years of free tuition through the Cerritos Complete Promise Program for qualifying students.
Club Rush entices students to find the perfect club to join for the spring semester.
You’re invited to this years open mic to celebrate black history
Suspected DUI driver causes two vehicle crash that took the life of 28-year-old San Bernardino Sheriff Deputy Nicholas O’Loughlin.
The longest Government shutdown has not gone without consequences. Many Americans wonder what it will take to get the government running smoothly again.
A now total ten pedestrians have been hospitalized after being hit by a truck early Sunday morning in the liveliness of Downtown Fullerton’s bar scene.
Finals Hospitality week is back to help students destress for the week ahead.
The Fullerton native will head back to Sacramento.
Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDOR) honors the memory of those whose death was caused by acts of anti-transgender violence. TDOR is recognized nationally each year on November 20.
Orange County community college students are competing in a NASA design competition, wherein the winning design has the potential to be produced and used by NASA.
The substance abuse fair and Great American Smoke Out support students to quit smoking and unhealthy habits.
Spring semester parking will get a little help as Fullerton College will bring back the shuttle service for 2019.
The UMOJA community invites all to watch screening to new Netflix documentary on Quincy Jones.
Livewire’s open mic night was a success and students felt more connected to the creative community here on campus
Donations of non-perishable food and grocery store gift cards are requested by the FC Ethnic Studies Department for the annual Thanksgiving Food Drive.
Fullerton College finishes the semester strong with top speakers in every category.
No more time changes for us Californians. Read about this and more results from the 2018 midterm elections.
The Fullerton College football team will be forfeiting their 2017 season, national championship and current season wins.
Have you considered the career benefits of studying abroad?
FC communication department hosted a communication studies mixer about the CSU communication studies programs.
FC welcomes the community to come out for a colorful night of music, art and dancing to celebrate Day of the Dead.
Fullerton Fire Department helps bring awareness to breast cancer.
Fullerton College students have experienced more than they expected as theft takes over the campus.
The Cadena Cultural Center invites us all to join the eighth annual Asian American and Pacific Islander forum.
Fullerton College host UC and Cal State representatives to help students that wish to transfer.
Resource Fair serves valuable information for the futures of undocumented students
FC students learn about the untold lives of the Death Penalty executioners.
Members of the LGBTQ+ community within FC discuss coping mechanisms to help deal with the struggles of being who they are, while also living in this current social and political climate
This contest inspires students to read and write an essay about a banned book.
The Cadena Cultural Center invites all to join the eighth annual LGBTQ+ Forum.
Program prepares students for the manufacturing field in one of the only metrology programs in the state.
Fullerton College receives $1million dollar donation for the welding department from Assemblywoman Sharon Quirk-Silva
California passed a new “straw at request” law.
As of 2016, California became the first state to adopt legislation requiring that all single-occupancy restrooms in places of public accommodation be open to all genders.
Tempers flare at FC’s One Book, One College Syrian refugee debate
FC sociology club to host suicide awareness and prevention presentation
Student undergoing a student conduct process after incident in the 1400 Building yesterday.
FC student’s video post on Facebook is starting to go viral after a student was escorted out of a building.
Last week broke the streak of two weeks of no incidents.
What started with a moment of silence ended with knowledge of FC’s resources.
Women’s volleyball kicks off their season home opener with a win against Mt. Sac 3-1.
The time has come for some Hornets to move on!
Meditation and relaxation sessions will be offered this week.
Students, staff, family and close friends all joined together in a night of celebration honoring Fullerton‘s finest: students of distinction.
Kim Jong-un just made history by being the first North Korean leader to cross the border since the war ended in 1953.
Community comments not heard during the meeting, but drew opponents and supporters alike.
The second biggest sale of the year returns.
Mark Galvan jr., 26, was pronounced dead at the scene after a deadly collision on Harbor and Brea Blvd.