A festival that celebrates the Mexican tradition of the day of the dead, Fullerton College transforms its quad into a evening of culture and art influenced by the spanish holiday.
Locals attended the Fullerton Cares Comedy Show for Autism on Friday, bringing an exceptional crowd ready to laugh and bring awareness to a good cause.
A local resource for people seeking help or understanding their paranormal experiences, NOPS attempts to document the possible existence of ghosts and other paranormal phenomena utilizing scientific methods around the Orange County area.
As Halloween approaches, more people are turning to local theme parks for a scare, but the Fullerton Museum could give them a run for their money.
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
After ten years of running a successful food truck business, Crepes Bonaparte is putting down some roots by opening a full menu restaurant on Harbor Blvd. in Downtown Fullerton.
The Anaheim Convention Center continues to serve as an interchangeable venue for the Orange County International Auto Show.
The club is hosting their popular Oktoberfest weekends from now until October 28.
The Latinx forum united students from different cultures and backgrounds to share experiences and learn about each other’s struggles.
What started with a moment of silence ended with knowledge of FC’s resources.