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How mermaids and bad sentence structure sells
by Weekly Hornet

Apr 28, 2009
“I've decided to make the transition from journalist to author. To prepare for this, I've gone on a drinking binge in an attemt to forget everything I know about transitions, word choice and sentence structure (admittedly that should be easy for me).
I've chosen instead, to work on my story telling as opposed to basic writing skills.”

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Editorial - Asking for accountability
by Weekly Hornet

Apr 14, 2009
“In every aspect of life there are secrets. A college campus is no exception. The question is - when do those secrets become crucial pieces of data to those kept out of the loop?
Fullerton College's Campus Safety Director Emilio Perez was terminated from his position at last night's North Orange County Community College District board meeting.”

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Point the finger at the police
by Weekly Hornet

Apr 14, 2009
“In La Habra April 5, Charles and Susanne Antuna were killed while driving to a family member's choir recital by a police officer responding to a call that involved parolee Roary William Gorbea.
The police officer was going about 50 mph when she hit the Chrysler PT Cruiser as it was crossing an intersection.”

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Crash site becomes memorial
by Weekly Hornet

Apr 14, 2009
“At the northeast corner of Lemon Avenue and Orangethorpe Avenue, Daryl and Nancy Nickell stop for a moment to gaze upon the collection of flowers, candles, posters and caps that lie on the ground.
Nancy then puts down a small bouquet of flowers, her way of paying tribute to Nick Adenhart, the 22-year-old Angel pitcher who was tragically killed in a car accident early last Thursday.”

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Delve into the chaotic mind of Rasputin
by Weekly Hornet

Mar 24, 2009
“Imagine you're a paraplegic man who's soul escapes your body and flys into outer space. You are then sucked into a black hole and spit out into Czarist, Russia as the infamous Rasputin, only to be viciously murdered and brought back to your previously entombed body.”
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Oh "Poor" Me....
by Weekly Hornet

Mar 24, 2009
“On Jay Leno, March 20, President Obama suggested that "smart kids" coming out of school should become "engineers, scientists, doctors and teachers…and if we reward those kinds of things that actually contribute to making things and making people's lives better, that's what is going to put our economy on solid footing…" Why would anyone want to become any of those things when they don't pay anything close to what a celebrity does?
When you can stand in front of a camera, reciting words someone else wrote and make millions of dollars, why risk your life by being a policeman, fireman or soldier or by doing something that will help make "people's lives better" by becoming a doctor or teacher or contribute to "making things" by becoming a scientist or engineer? It's truly sickening that soldiers, men and women putting their lives on the line for our safety, get paid so little.”

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Do sex offenders need stricter monitoring than Global Position System?
by Weekly Hornet

Mar 24, 2009
“Benjamin Franklin once said, "those who sacrifice liberty for security deserve neither."
However, many seem to think that the liberties of some are not as important as their own.
After the death of 13-year-old Alycia Nipp at the hands of a registered sex offender last month, some are arguing for live tracking of sex offenders using a Global Positioning System.”

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Marijuana: California's savior in waiting
by Weekly Hornet

Mar 10, 2009
“Two weeks after Assemblyman from San Francisco Tom Ammiano announced legislation Monday Feb. 23 people are still talking about the pros and cons of legalizing marijuana.
Believed to be California's number one cash inflow, the state is looking at a tax income of over $1 billion dollars each year.”

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Crash fatal for soccer player
by Weekly Hornet

Mar 03, 2009
“Fullerton College student Christian Osuna was killed Sunday afternoon, in Anaheim after crashing his motorcycle following a high-speed police pursuit.”
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Making dance her life, love
by Weekly Hornet

Jan 27, 2009
“Danielle Hill, 20, recalls dance being a part of her life as early as age 5. Hill had a natural talent when it came to tap dancing, but as she furthered her skills in other areas of dance styles, she realized she had a bigger love for jazz.”
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Should Amsterdam be closing down their marijuana coffee shops?
by Weekly Hornet

Jan 01, 2009
“Point Tanner Fogle Hornet Staff Writer More than 40 marijuana-selling coffee shops are to be closed in Amsterdam by the year 2011. I am all for this, because now the community can concentrate on the true draw to the European fun capitol - prostitution! You can get drugs anywhere, and if you're having trouble finding them, then come find me after reading this article, the second dime bag is free with a copy of this paper (not really, who would joke about that?) The point is, you don't have to backpack through the java jungles of the Netherlands to score weed.”
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Recycler's Pursuit Prevented
by Weekly Hornet

Dec 02, 2008
“Fullerton College student and Vietnam era veteran, David Jensen, estimated that recycling aluminum cans, along with the government disability assistance he receives, brings him close to $1,000 a month. If Campus Safety had its way, this figure would be noticeably lower.”
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This Day in History: Nov 26
by Weekly Hornet

Nov 25, 2008
“Blood, sex, murder and a glove are what many remember the O.J. Simpson trial for, those and the fact that he was obviously a guilty man who walked free.
His trial is easily described as the exact reason many Americans do not have faith in the justice system and it is one of the most
infamous court cases in history.”

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Classic Crime Kicks off Tour in Anaheim
by Weekly Hornet

Nov 18, 2008
“For most bands, touring is an essential part of success.
Last Tuesday, "The Classic Crime, were featured as the headliners on a nation-wide tour for Atticus Clothing.
The tour began at Chain Reaction in Anaheim, and kicked off the first bout of promotions for the release of their new album
entitled, "Silver Cord.”

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This Week in Music
by Weekly Hornet

Nov 04, 2008
“Nov. 2, 1984- The Reverend Marvin Gaye Sr. was sentenced to five years in prison for the death of his son, Marvin Gaye. Nov. 3, 1956- Elvis's, "Love Me Tender," finally hit No. 1 in the U.S. Nov. 4, 1977- The New York premiere of The Band's, "The Last Waltz," film took place.”
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Gallery Welcomes Day of the Dead
by Weekly Hornet

Oct 21, 2008
“Fullerton College Art Gallery kicked off the Vida y Muerte/Life and Death: Dia de los Muertos, art collection last Wednesday.
The show features prints from the, Self Help Graphics
and Art Center Collection, and
celebrates the Day of the Dead.
Depictions share a common thread with the medium of silkscreen and many of the ideas are interpretations of El Dia De Los Muertos by using the myths, legends and cultural images associated with the celebrated Latin holiday.”

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Athlete of the Week
by Weekly Hornet

Oct 21, 2008
“The sophomore middle blocker was Fullerton's most consistent player in a four-game win over the Riverside Tigers on Oct. 15 and led them offensively in a loss to the Irvine Valley College Lasers on Oct. 17. Haproff had four kills that sparked a nine-point rally in the Hornets' game two comeback over the Tigers.”
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Tigers Tamed at Hornet's Nest
by Weekly Hornet

Oct 21, 2008
“The Fullerton College women's volleyball team came out a bit
sluggish in its first three games
before turning on the jets to roll past the Riverside College Tigers in four games: 25-16, 25-15, 23-25, 25-20, on Oct. 15 at the Hornet's Nest.
Trailing 4-5 early in game one, the Hornets ran off six straight points, three coming on consecutive kills by outside hitter Jade Esquivel.”

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Attempting Anonymity
by Weekly Hornet

Oct 21, 2008
“It was evident that Kate Garza had an addictive personality at a young age. When she was 12, she began experimenting with
inhalants. At 18, she had her first alcoholic beverage. A year later, a roommate introduced her to methamphetamine.
Though she says she only used the stimulant for six months, it was an experience that caused "pretty significant damage" to her life.”

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Record Rewind
by Weekly Hornet

Oct 28, 2008
“Two things, immense talent and tragic death, plagued Gregg Allman's career.
Though the first cannot be considered much of a curse, his unheard of skill on slide guitar became so sought after, following his debut session on Wilson Pickett's "Hey Jude," that it proved impossible for Allman to oblige the long list of musicians who demanded his ability.”

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Point Counterpoint
by Weekly Hornet

Oct 21, 2008
“Point Kenny Connolly Adam "Pacman" Jones just cannot seem to outrun the ghosts that have plagued his career the way he can outrun defenders on a punt return. Jones was recently involved in an alcohol-related scuffle with his personal bodyguard at an upscale hotel in Dallas.”
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This Day in History: Oct 15
by Weekly Hornet

Oct 14, 2008
“Perhaps the most notorious murderer in history is Jack the Ripper. Ironically enough, although his murders (or alleged murders) are infamous, the true identity of the killer remains unknown. In fact, the string of deaths connected to the Ripper are unsolved and the cases closed.”
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Hornet Weekly Roundup
by Weekly Hornet

Oct 14, 2008
“Outside hitter Jade Esquivel led the way producing ten kills, three digs and one service ace. Fellow outside hitters Leah Haproff and Reilly Stevens combined for 17 kills and two digs.
The victory gave the Hornets (6-4, 1-2) their first Orange Empire
victory of the season.”

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Illusion of Safety on Campus
by Weekly Hornet

Oct 07, 2008
“The legitimacy of Fullerton College's camera system has been put into question in past weeks following an incident in which a second-year student reported that someone stuck a camera phone under a library restroom stall she was occupying at the time.
According to Campus Safety, none of the cameras in the library were able to capture anyone running out of the restroom.”

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The Grove of Anahiem Breaks out in Hives
by Weekly Hornet

Sep 23, 2008
“The Willowz, warmed up the crowd at the Grove of Anaheim on sunday night. Their garage rock set, intertwined songs to provide a non stop musical thrust.
Afterword, The Eagles of Death Metal were met with loud cheers from the crowd, as they graced the stage.”

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Record Rewind
by Weekly Hornet

Sep 23, 2008
“An artist is, by definition, a person whose trade requires knowledge of design and whose work exhibits exceptional skill. In music, especially as of late, the previous description may no longer have application. A more fitting form of the word for today's popular industry would be: a person whose mediocre talent and grand lust for material possessions brought greatly unwarranted success.”
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Point Counterpoint
by Weekly Hornet

Sep 23, 2008
“Point David McKinley Please. Kill. Texting. I may be one of few students on campus who holds this opinion, but upon careful observation of those around me, I have determined this to be absolutely necessary. As a prolific writer, I have seen this ability, which I so cherish, rapidly deteriorate in those around me.”
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Burn After Reading Review
by Weekly Hornet

Sep 16, 2008
“The Coen Brothers return with their latest cinematic effort: Burn After Reading. Following up their Academy Award winning No Country for Old Men, the infamous Ethan and Joel Coen try their hand at the spy genre as only they could. By examining three people suffering through a mid-life crisis in a highly complex story filled to the rafters with mistaken identities, murder, deceit, infidelity and one plot twist after another.”
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Metallica: Death Magnetic
by Weekly Hornet

Sep 16, 2008
“In the 1980's there was one characteristic that all bands possessed, that was speed. As each conclusive album came the bar continued to rise, with bands like Slayer, Megadeath, and Exodus continuing to up the anti with songs like "Angel of Death" and "Peace Sells".”
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Victory for FC's Speech Team
by Weekly Hornet

May 06, 2008
“The Fullerton College forensics (speech and debate) team took part in the Cal State Fullerton Novice Tournament this past weekend. This is the last tournament of the year for the forensics team.
Nine FC students took part in this competition.
"Everyone was novice, so it's important for them to get these early experiences to build motivation and skills.”

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This Week in Music
by Weekly Hornet

Apr 29, 2008
“April 5, 1978: R.E.M. played their first gig at St. Mary's Church in Athens, Georgia. April 12, 1956: Alexander Briley, of The Village People, born on this day. April 27, 1975: Pink Floyd played the last of a four-night run at Los Angeles' Sports Arena, and 511 fans were arrested for possession of marijuana.”
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This Day in History: April 23
by Weekly Hornet

Apr 22, 2008
“The most influential writer in the course of history, William Shakespeare, is said to have been born April 23, 1564. Birth and death records from that time were not kept but church documents note that Shakespeare was baptized April 26, 1564.
Most of the paperwork from his early life has not survived over the years, making Shakespeare's beginnings unclear.”

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LAMBDA Silent in Rememberance
by Weekly Hornet

Apr 22, 2008
“Tuesday from 8 a.m to 5 p.m., Lambda Society members and other students participated in the Day of Silence by taping their mouths shut. They refrained from speaking in silent protest of the harassment of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender students.
This year's Day of Silence was dedicated to the memory of Lawrence King, a 15-year-old student who was killed because of his sexual orientation and gender expression.”

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This Week in Music
by Weekly Hornet

Apr 15, 2008
“April 13, 1966: Born on this day, Marc Ford, guitarist, The Black Crowes ("Hard to Handle"). April 14, 1971: The Illinois Crime Commission issued a list of "drug-oriented records" including Jefferson Airplane's "White Rabbit' and the Beatles "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds.”
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The King of the Mountain
by Weekly Hornet

Apr 15, 2008
“Mountain: An immense, rocky force of nature, mystifying to the human eye, imposing, titanic, isolated and immovable. To scale to the top with a skilled hand creates an unmatched sense of pride, brilliance and power. Of course, with such great heights, comes an equal fall.”
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This Day in History: April 16
by Weekly Hornet

Apr 15, 2008
“Campus shootings have become a sickening trend in the years following the Colombine massacre in 1999.
The deadliest school shooting in U.S. history took place on April 16, 2007.
Seung-Hui Cho, a 23-year-old South Korean student at Virginia Tech, shot and killed 32 people, and wounded 17 more before killing himself.”

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The Black Ghost Storms FC Campus
by Weekly Hornet

Apr 08, 2008
“Born in Jamaica, Sheldon Reid, 23, was a middle child of six and moved to America with his father when he was 8 years old. Following the move to the U.S., Reid's father moved back to Jamaica and was killed shortly after. Sheldon has also dealt with the loss of his older brother, Raymond.”
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A.S. Versus Administration
by Weekly Hornet

Mar 11, 2008
“Fullerton College administration removed three video game systems from the arcade in the College Center due to concerns about safety and aesthetics before the beginning of the semester.
However, the decision was made without consultation or approval from the Associated Students, which manages the arcade.”

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Celebration Means Segregation
by Weekly Hornet

Feb 26, 2008
“The intentions of Black History Month are well rooted. What was originally seven days in Febuary as Negro History Week, has now become an entire month of celebration.
However, it only further segregates the darker-skinned African American people.
Why is it almost 40 years after the murder of Martin Luther King Jr.”

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Cigarette Burns be Gone
by Weekly Hornet

Feb 26, 2008
“Let's talk a minute about common courtesy and self control. Courtesy is when someone asks to bum a smoke and I say 'sure, anything for a brother of lung cancer.' Self control means that although I am extending a courtesy, in my mind I have bludgeoned you to death with a two-by-four that has a rusty nail sticking out of the business end.”
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The Unending Saga
by Weekly Hornet

Feb 26, 2008
“With the most recent set of congressional hearings on performance enhancing drug and steroid use in professional baseball a couple of weeks in the past, the analysis and conjecture are still pouring in.
With the testimony of both Roger Clemens and his former trainer Brian McNamee, a nation of sports fans has been left at a loss.”

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Crime on the Rise in Fullerton
by Weekly Hornet

Feb 26, 2008
“The city of Fullerton saw a marked increase in crime from 2005 to 2006, according to statistics recently released by the FBI. So far Fullerton College has managed to resist this trend.
Violent crimes in particular including murder, rape, robbery and aggravated assault posted some of the sharpest increases.”

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They Will Play On
by Weekly Hornet

Feb 19, 2008
“This article was supposed to be a scathing report on the congressional hearings last Wednesday, featuring Roger Clemens and his former trainer Brian McNamee.
Then a gunman opened fire in a lecture hall at Northern Illinois University, and I was forced to pause as I threw Clemens into the fire for his alleged performance enhancing drug use.”

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Construction to Affect Parking
by Weekly Hornet

Feb 19, 2008
“A projected 2-percent increase in students over the next year has caused Fullerton College administration to address the parking situation on campus.
"We have a parking problem," said Campus Safety Director Emilio Perez. "At the rate we're going, the district has to come up with the funding for another parking structure, otherwise there's just not enough parking.”

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Campus Security Re-examined in the Wake of Illinois Tragedy
by Weekly Hornet

Feb 19, 2008
“The shooting at Northern Illinois University cost the lives of seven people including the shooter.In the wake of the tragedy, colleges around the country are revisiting the issue of safety on campus, and Fullerton College is no exception.
While there is no way to be fully prepared for every eventuality, the FC administration wants to assure students that plans are in place for dealing with an event like the tragedy at NIU.”

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Ledger's Second Death
by Weekly Hornet

Feb 12, 2008
“Speculation about Heath Ledger's death has seemingly permeated the consciousness of America since the tragic news slowly began to travel from computer screens through cell phones and television sets.
Most of the public speculation centered around his upcoming role as the Joker in the new Batman film, "The Dark Knight.”

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Increase in Violence a Cause of Concern
by Weekly Hornet

Feb 12, 2008
“Higher crime rate calls for a larger police force”
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"Unplugged" DVD is Cobain Nirvana
by Weekly Hornet

Dec 04, 2007
“At the end of "Nirvana: Unplugged in New York" we see Kurt Cobain walking offstage, sign a couple of autographs, and exit the studio.
When this show premiered on MTV in
December 1993, this portion of the show didn't really mean anything. However, when
Cobain killed himself four months later, this "unplugged" performance became more than just a concert; it became a goodbye of sorts.”

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Save the Turkey, Save the World
by Weekly Hornet

Dec 04, 2007
“Humans have survived for tens of thousands of years without genetically modified foods, so why have we let them become so much of our food now?
Is there any good reason? In the case of Bt-corn, it is obviously to kill off insects that otherwise eat corn, but then again are you comfortable eating corn designed to kill insects?
If something kills one organism, who is to say with certainty that it is benign for another?
While some plant and animal modification is desirable, using an artificial selection process to produce plants and animals with fewer undesirable characteristics is another form of genetic modification we need to stop now.”

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Season's Bitter Greetings
by Weekly Hornet

Dec 04, 2007
“Fullerton Police are investigating a hate crime committed at the Fullerton Stake of the Church of Latter-day Saints Thanksgiving weekend.
Satanic symbols and Swastikas were painted on the walls of classrooms among other acts of vandalism. Total damage is estimated at $40,000.”

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Heroes in our Midst
by Weekly Hornet

Dec 04, 2007
“All too often, it takes a tragedy to remind us of our heroes.
The NFL and the Washington Redskins said goodbye to star safety Sean Taylor Sunday after he was shot and killed earlier in the week.
Any death is a tragedy, but anyone familiar with Taylor's history has to wonder if his past simply caught up with him.”

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Suits are Suited for Harper's Homecoming
by Weekly Hornet

Nov 13, 2007
“Ben Harper returned home to Los Angeles last Thursday and Friday for two extremely different, yet equally enthralling displays of musical virtuosity and creative aptitude. Both he and his massively talented backing group, seemingly transformed to support Harper's latest release, "Lifeline," which is the band's first album composed by both Harper and the Innocent Criminals.”
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"Should marijuana be considered a drug or a plant?"
by Weekly Hornet

Nov 06, 2007
“Taylor Alfonso Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger in an interview told the British edition of GQ magazine on October 22, "[Marijuana] is not a drug. It's a leaf." Although Schwarzenegger's Press Secretary, Aron McLear, said the Governor was being "lighthearted," his comments raise the question, "Is marijuana accurately defined as a drug?" We have repeatedly heard that marijuana is not physically addictive and is less harmful than alcohol and even cigarettes.”
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Actors Strangle 'Rope' Performance
by Weekly Hornet

Oct 30, 2007
“Shrouded in complete darkness, the play "Rope" begins with the sound of a chest lid slamming shut. Lights flicker on and the audience is introduced to Brandon (Paul Breazeale) and Phillip (Jon Parrish), two housemates with a secret to keep. Inside the chest is the body of their former schoolmate, David Kentley, whom they have just murdered by strangulation.”
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Is the Ambriz Act's Punishment Too Strong?
by Weekly Hornet

Oct 30, 2007
“Lynae Cook: The Ambriz Act allows drivers who are involved in fatal accidents where they were under the influence of drugs or alcohol, to be sentenced up to life in prison under the charge of murder. The sponsors of this act include Assemblyman Todd Spitzer and Assemblywoman Nicole Parra, and while I'm sure they are well-intentioned, I don't necessarily agree with the bill.”
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Live and Let Die
by Weekly Hornet

Oct 23, 2007
“Ever since the death penalty has been put into place, people on death row have appealed their case and either tried to simply prolong the process or stop it altogether.
But for the first time, a stay has been placed on executions altogether in most of the states which allow it.”

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Classic Tale-Turned-Musical Mesmerizes Audiences
by Weekly Hornet

Oct 16, 2007
“The constant struggle of good versus evil, intertwined with love, sex, hypocrisy and even murder, take place in the musical, "Jekyll and Hyde."
The play, which was phenomenally performed by the talented cast at Fullerton's Plummer Auditorium on Friday, is based on the classic novel by Robert Louis Stevenson "Jekyll & Hyde.”

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Lambda's Vigil Brings Societal Issues to Light
by Weekly Hornet

Oct 16, 2007
“Fullerton College's Lambda Society hosted a candlelight vigil at Hillcrest Park last Thursday in remembrance of hate crime victim Matthew Sheppard.
The evening started with a moment of silence for Sheppard, a 21 year old from Wyoming who was tied to a fence and beaten to death by two men for being homosexual.”

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Women's Volleyball Stops Slide on Top of Dons
by Weekly Hornet

Oct 09, 2007
“Fullerton absolutely destroyed Santa Ana Friday evening. The match lasted barely an hour and the Lady Hornets (10-3, 3-2) did not have any problem dispatching the Dons in three straight sets (30-11,30-25, 30-19).
Both outside hitters Leah Haproff and Kelly Thompson led Fullerton with 9 kills each.”

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If It's Brown, Drink It Down
by Weekly Hornet

Oct 09, 2007
“Until about a month ago, many people had more than likely never heard the name
Blackwater, unless it was in reference to old adage about Mexican drinking water.
Most of the country first heard the name when it was tied to a report about Iraqi civilians being shot and killed by employees of a U.”

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Pirates Finally Sink Hornets' Ship
by Weekly Hornet

Oct 09, 2007
“The Lady Hornets, who were No. 2 in state, finally found an opponent that had an answer for everything they could throw at them. Orange Coast was solid on defense, blocks, serves and kills throughout the match, and finally defeated Fullerton in four sets (30-23, 27-30, 31-33, 22-30).”
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Sixx Resurrects With New Album
by Weekly Hornet

Oct 02, 2007
“Motley Crue bassist Nikki Sixx is an outlandish human being. He died of a drug overdose, was resurrected, and in turn, like most rock stars, he wrote a book.
However, for Sixx just composing his diary entries into a book is not enough, he must also create a soundtrack to accompany it.”

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Should Campus Safety Be Armed?
by Weekly Hornet

Sep 25, 2007
“POINT: DAVID MCKINLEY "With great power comes great responsibility." The Bible, John F. Kennedy, Abraham Lincoln, Spider-Man; they have all said the same thing in one way or another. The same statement should apply to anyone with power, from the president to a superhero, God or a campus safety officer.”
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Parking Improvements Needed
by Weekly Hornet

Sep 18, 2007
“Do you find yourself looking for a way to add a little adventure to your hum-drum school day? Try parking in the Fullerton College parking structure located on Lemon Street north of Chapman Avenue.
Soon, you will find yourself narrowly escaping death at every turn.”

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Cosmetology Offers Students More Than a Haircut
by Weekly Hornet

Sep 18, 2007
“When it comes to making people feel and look beautiful, the cosmetology students are there to help with the skills they are learning.
These students have the passion, the talent and the determination to succeed in the world of aesthetics.
Whether it's hair, make-up, skin care or nails, these students work with clients to make them feel beautiful and satisfy their needs.”

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"Fall into the Generation Gap"
by Weekly Hornet

Sep 04, 2007
“Last Saturday, I celebrated the latest anniversary of the date on which I was born and thus began this long march toward death.
And here I am now, fully orientated at 26 years old, just one year shy of the "rock star suicide/overdose/plane crash/miscellaneous tragedy" age.”

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To Catch a Senator
by Weekly Hornet

Sep 04, 2007
“The next time you're in a public restroom and happen to catch someone peeking through
the stall door or trying to play "footsie" with you, be careful, it might be a United States Senator!
Just the latest in a long line of congressional scandals, U.S. Senator Larry Craig (R-Idaho) recently pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct after being arrested for lewd conduct in a Minnesota airport bathroom.”

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A Simple Grievance: "Fall into the Generation Gap"
by Weekly Hornet

Sep 04, 2007
“Last Saturday, I celebrated the latest anniversary of the date on which I was born and thus began this long march toward death.
And here I am now, fully orientated at 26 years old, just one year shy of the "rock star suicide/overdose/plane crash/miscellaneous tragedy" age.”

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FC Art on Display
by Weekly Hornet

May 01, 2007
“The Fullerton College Art Department opened its gallery doors once again on Friday for opening ceremonies of the annual FC Student Art Exhibition.
People were allowed to go and explore the realms of different skills FC students portrayed throughout the exhibit.”

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Lethal Injections are Cruel Punishment
by Weekly Hornet

May 01, 2007
“Execution by lethal injection is unconstitutional.
In a recent study published by PLoS Medicine, an online journal published by the Public Library of Science, researchers found that the lethal injections given to condemned men do not always induce death in the desired manner.”

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Dedicated to Safety
by Weekly Hornet

May 01, 2007
“Walk into the Campus Safety building, and one doesn't have to look far to find Campus Safety Director Emilio Perez. He can be found in the middle of the action, engrossed in whatever is going on at Fullerton College, from minor thefts to stalking threats or disaster planning.”
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Emergency Plans Revealed
by Weekly Hornet

May 01, 2007
“In an emergency, Fullerton College's Campus Safety will get help from the Fullerton Police Department, but FPD also has a few close allies ready for action at the first sign of trouble.
Fullerton has a mutual aid agreement with other cities in North Orange County.”

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Drunken Driving Accident Changes FC Student's Life
by Weekly Hornet

Apr 24, 2007
“Accidents happen to the best of us, but it is when those accidents hurt or kill someone we love that we start to realize it was a mistake that could have been prevented.
The life of Ryan Hilliard changed because of a dreadful accident that occurred January 12, 2003, when the life of his best friend, Matt, was taken away because of a drinking and driving accident.”

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'Fuzz' Blurs the Line Between Spoof, Satire
by Weekly Hornet

Apr 24, 2007
“On the surface this film looks like just another fast-paced action movie with shootouts and explosions every 10 minutes. But look a little closer and there's actually a classic British murder-mystery fused with the American formula for a buddy cop popcorn-movie.”
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Will Gun Control Prevent Campus Shootings?
by Weekly Hornet

Apr 24, 2007
“Andrew S. Lay
Editor In Chief
Gun control has been a touchy issue for many years now.
Recently the debate has begun anew in response to the savage murders that took place last Monday at Virginia Tech.
This is a common practice employed by democrats. It is
typical for them to take advantage of an emotional situation in order to push their issues onto the Senate floor.”

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A Convenient Fiction
by Weekly Hornet

Apr 24, 2007
“The sky is falling! The sky is falling! At least that is what advocates of the global warming scare want you to believe.
Former Vice President Al Gore and others predict a horrific future full of death, destruction, famine and drought. They paint such a dark picture of the near future that you would think it came straight out of the book of Revelations.”

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Stories of the Past Come Alive
by Weekly Hornet

Apr 24, 2007
“He was a number on a list of people who would be spared from starvation, beatings, gunfire, gas chambers and eventual death. That historical document is known as Schindler's list.
Leon Leyson, the youngest person on Schindler's list, spoke about his experiences as a victim and a survivor of the Holocaust in the Campus Theatre Tuesday.”

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A Modest Proposal for Journalists
by Weekly Hornet

Apr 17, 2007
“The American media is great. Where else can you be entertained by such a myriad of drugged-out, brain-dead, juvenile, irresponsible and idiotic people? I don't mean journalists. I am referring to those whom they report on. There is an occasional radio tal”
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Shooting Stirs Up Awareness
by Weekly Hornet

Apr 17, 2007
“Virginia Tech senior Cho Seung-Hui killed 33 people including himself on Monday, in a murderous rampage that raises questions about the emergency procedures in place at Fullerton College.
"We have a plan," said Campus Safety Director Emilio Perez. FC”

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The Killers: Leaving Las Vegas
by Weekly Hornet

Apr 10, 2007
“What could an unauthorized documentary film possibly tell you about one of today's most popular bands? Not very much, as is apparent when you watch "Leaving Las Vegas," a film that is supposedly about The Killers.
The first half of the DVD is more abou”

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The Killers: Leaving Las Vegas
by Weekly Hornet

Apr 10, 2007
“What could an unauthorized documentary film possibly tell you about one of today's most popular bands? Not very much, as is apparent when you watch "Leaving Las Vegas," a film that is supposedly about The Killers.
The first half of the DVD is more abou”

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The Killers: Leaving Las Vegas
by Weekly Hornet

Apr 10, 2007
“What could an unauthorized documentary film possibly tell you about one of today's most popular bands? Not very much, as is apparent when you watch "Leaving Las Vegas," a film that is supposedly about The Killers.
The first half of the DVD is more abou”

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The Killers: Leaving Las Vegas
by Weekly Hornet

Apr 10, 2007
“What could an unauthorized documentary film possibly tell you about one of today's most popular bands? Not very much, as is apparent when you watch "Leaving Las Vegas," a film that is supposedly about The Killers.
The first half of the DVD is more abou”

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The Killers: Leaving Las Vegas
by Weekly Hornet

Apr 10, 2007
“What could an unauthorized documentary film possibly tell you about one of today's most popular bands? Not very much, as is apparent when you watch "Leaving Las Vegas," a film that is supposedly about The Killers.
The first half of the DVD is more abou”

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Captain American Will Live Again
by Weekly Hornet

Apr 10, 2007
“Four weeks ago, Captain America died. He was the victim of a red-hot, speeding business decision. I have been waiting to see if it would last. As a comic book fan, I am used to
near deaths, fake deaths, deaths of clones posing as superheroes, resurrecti”

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