Fullerton College: A Pictorial History

In May 1985, Terry Cleaveland made Fullerton College history by becoming the first student to be re-elected to a second term as Associated Student President. During his terms as president, Cleaveland was instrumental in getting the Associated Students to withdraw A.S. funding in banks, including the Bank of America and Security Pacific Bank, that were doing business with South Africa, which was still enforcing its apartheid system. The 23-year-old Cleaveland also worked on parking and cafeteria improvements, but frequently complained that campus administrators were hindering changes sought by Fullerton College students. He eventually transferred to UCLA.
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