Also taken in 1933, this is a group shot of the members of Alpha Gamma Sigma, the Fullerton chapter of the California Junior College Honor Society. Membership required that a student earn a maximum of 32 grade points with no grade below a C, and that he/she be enrolled in a minimum of 12 units of work. The President that year was Winifred Barnett (seated, far right). It was Dr. William T. Boyce in 1925 who was chiefly responsible for the formation of the California Junior College Honor Society which eventually became Alpha Gamma Sigma. He formulated the plan for the scholarship society, and chapters were quickly established at Fullerton, Bakersfield, Chaffey, Pasadena, Santa Ana, Santa Maria, and San Bernardino.