Fullerton College: A Pictorial History

The most notable international student in the 1960s was Keith Porter, born in Hornchurch, Essex, England, thirty miles outside of London. In 1960, Porter, then a 22-year old economics major, was elected Vice-President of the Associated Student Body, becoming the first foreign student to win a major post in FJC student government since a Canadian student was elected ASB president in 1955. At the May 24, 1961 Men of Distinction Banquet, he was voted Man of the Year.
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