Students, staff, family and close friends all joined together in a night of celebration honoring Fullerton‘s finest: students of distinction.
Although she works atop capital hill in Sacramento, her heart still lies with the people of the state.
All joking aside, it’s time to get serious about mental illness and drug addiction, and how it can alter someone psyche permanently.
Every year in memory of Cesar Chavez, the campus is opened to thousands of kindergarten students from all around Fullerton to encourage the pursuit of higher education.
As a part of California Women Lead’s bi-annual event, women who work in the Governor Jerry Brown administration spoke on their lives in politics.
Good music, drinks and vibes descend on the Night Owl every Tuesday night as local artists get to showcase their talent.
Four FC students out of 600 applicants have been selected as semi-finalists for the Jack Kent Cooke Scholarship Program.
Placed on administrative leave, campus safety Officer Dino Skokos has been the center of controversy for the past weeks
Dream Team and Latino Leadership, clubs on campus, are joining forces to help Fullerton students and their families this Thanksgiving.
Fullerton welcomes back two incumbent members and a returning member to city council.