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.
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.
Alumni of Fullerton College gathered in support to donate scholarship money for students looking for a future in the theater arts.
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.
Chris Sickels is Fullerton College’s 2022 Artist in Residence. His visit has generated interest amongst students interested in stop motion animation.
The Fullerton College Theatre arts department’s performance of The Hunchback of Notre Dame had a spectacular show for their opening night.
Jose Guadalupe Posada created over 20,000 works of art, which created a legacy of Calaveras, or skull images used prominently in Day of the Dead art.
San Diego trio almost monday kicked off their tour in Santa Ana with funky pop beats and a ton of energy.
The Hornet staff takes a look at some of their favorite pieces that represent Black people and Black history.
Traveling through the gardens at The Muck, The Electric Theatre Company’s immersive world of “Alice in Wonderland” invites attendees to step into the mad world of Wonderland.
Art 122 offers a unique experience to students, putting them smack dab in the middle of organizing, designing and arranging exhibitions at the Fullerton College Art Gallery and Fullerton Museum Center.
With “The Hunchback of Notre Dame” now in rehearsals, cast and crew make the best out of a looming threat. Taking all the COVID-19 precautions necessary, the first musical theater performance in two years promises not to disappoint.
Catch “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” for the FC Theater Arts Department final two performances. Set in a slightly modern era, the storylines of love and magic should not be missed.
There is only one week left to visit the “Land as Kin” exhibit at the Muckenthaler and Fullerton Museum. The exhibit showcases Native American artwork in different mediums like paintings, spoken word, sculptures, installations, and more.
Take a look at the reintroduction of this years Knott’s Scary Farm, where nightmares never end. From shows to mazes, visitors are in for a frightening good time.