Fullerton College: A Pictorial History

In 1991, members of the Psychology Club held a book sale as a fund-raising event. Some new and active clubs during these decades included: the Human Services Club; a newly restarted Spanish Club in 1990; the Ski Club; the Animal Right’s Club; the Fashion Club; the Anthropology Club; a new Persian Club; the Forensic Society Club; the White Student Union; the Black Student Union, which resurfaced in 1989 after a decade of inactivity; the Beyond War Club; the Paralegal Club; Society Maidens, set up for single women; YouthXcel, designed to present a positive image of Generation Xers; the Microcomputer User’s Minocracy; and the Hemp Club, formed in 1993. To serve gays and lesbians on campus, the Gay Rights Union started in 1993.
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