Here is a list of six local activities to keep things interesting this summer.
Join host Ryan Davis and guest Kaylista Desa as they discuss the FC Trendsetters—the Fullerton College Cosmetology club.
A celebration of an impossible victory: the true meaning of Cinco de Mayo explained by Fullerton College professors
Cinco de Mayo is a commercialized holiday that is widely celebrated within the United States, but how many are aware of the true significance of this historic day?
Read about the local vendors at the first Sunshine Handmade Market held in Downtown Fullerton.
Join host Ryan Davis and guest Gareth Waughan as they discuss the Mindfulness Club—a club that brings awareness to emotions and thoughts, encompassing students’ personal lives and mental health.
A short documentary produced by The Hornet captures the stories of Fullerton College faculty and staff adapting to a virtual environment in a matter of days, sharing what they’ve learned over the year and their hopes for the future.
OC United hosted its annual Love Fullerton serve day that brought together over 1,200 Fullerton community members to help better the city.
Fullerton College’s Environmental Science department staff shares facts about the state of the planet and encourages everyone to take part in sustaining it.
Join host Ryan Davis and guest Kennedy DeVries as they discuss the French club. A club that educates its students about the French language as well as the various cultures that speak French.
Mark your calendars for the return of Love Fullerton’s annual event this year.
Weber emphasized the importance of a diverse education which should, in turn, allow for a diverse society.
Student enrollment declines, while associate degree completion is on the rise as Fullerton College remains online for the Spring 2021 semester.
The Sociology Club is a service-focused club that strives to give back to the community while also educating its students on sociology and the opportunities that come with it.
OC Community Cats is a non-profit organization that is composed of volunteers that help manage and care for the cat population in Orange County.