The Theater Department will open their second and final show of the semester tonight, filled with musical numbers and a heart-warming message.
Dia de Los Muertos is a celebration of life, a recognition of sorrow, and a day of remembrance for those we love. All three of these emotions were on display in the quad at Fullerton College Wednesday night.
The Fullerton College Art Gallery opened its doors to Interwoven, an exhibition that features the work of renowned artists Ann Weber and Jason Keam.
The Theatre Arts Department opens up their first show of the semester, “Marian, True Tale of Robin Hood,” filled with stage combat, LGBTQIA+ representation, and comedy.
With October just around the corner, Knott’s Scary Farm has reopened with new guidelines and new mazes never before seen in the park’s 49-year history.
Two standout opera singers have time in the Fullerton College spotlight before summer plans and transferring to Cal State, Long Beach.
The Fullerton College Theatre Arts Department closes out the spring semester with “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time.” This is not an average detective story. This is a story about family, love, and the lies we tell ourselves to keep our family safe.
The 2022 Fullerton College Student Art Exhibition showcased art in different mediums taught in art classes throughout the year.
Fresh Produce! Live Music! And so much food! A Thursday night out at Downtown Fullerton’s Market offers entertainment and shopping for the whole family.
Symphonic Winds had the first of their live performances this season at the Fullerton College Campus Theatre and many members look forward to this semester’s performances.
The Hawks Pointe trail to the water tower is a relatively short but at times challenging hike that, on a clear day, offers up some of the best views of both Los Angeles and Orange County in Fullerton.
Alumni of Fullerton College gathered in support to donate scholarship money for students looking for a future in the theater arts.
San Juan Capistrano, where you can eat, shop, and take a trip back in time. It’s also closer than you think.
After two years, the French Film Festival returns to Fullerton College for four nights of culture, films, and community.
To celebrate Women’s History Month, The Hornet highlights a few women storytellers in Hollywood that features shows, a movie, and a podcast.