Many students travel to Fullerton to attend either California State University Fullerton or Fullerton College. Both institutions offer many events for their students. Consequently both the male and the female singles in Fullerton should no doubt agree with this statement: For a studious single Fullerton offers many benefits.
For example in January Cal State Fullerton planned to have the Opening Gala Celebration for its new Performing Arts Center. This was expected to be a three-day celebration. On Saturday Deborah Vioght and Friends were scheduled to perform. By Friday, January 6, 2006 there was bad news for at least one Fullerton single. Fullerton's Saturday performance had been sold out.
Those who failed to get tickets to the Saturday performance needed to content themselves with the Sunday performers. Groups scheduled to perform on Sunday included "The Broadway Connection," Grasmere," and "Kinetically Alive." Sunday will offer more than a single group to the music-loving single. Fullerton will also host a reception on that afternoon.
The above-mentioned Celebration served as just one testament to the fact that for any studious single, Fullerton offered many benefits. In January the students at Cal State Fullerton were scheduled to enjoy a performance by Gladys Knight. No doubt before her concert on February 4th some of the students would gather together for a party, perhaps a fondue party, and then go from there to the concert.
When the students were not partying, then they were apt to be studying. Some of the biology students studied about sex. Fullerton College students and Cal State Fullerton students both had an opportunity to gather information on that subject. Even single men and women who were not officially enrolled at either institution could learn about sex. Fullerton provided its residents with access to an Open University.
As appealing as that subject might have been, the administrators at Fullerton's academic institutions knew that their students needed to learn much more. Hence both Cal State Fullerton and Fullerton College offered programs that could help their students prepare for a career. They provided training in Business Management and Business Administration, along with preparation leading to a teaching credential. The administrators at both institutions realized that being able to earn a decent living was an important step along the path away from life as a single. Fullerton wanted its students to be ready to walk down that path.
By the same token the administrators at Fullerton's academic institutions did not expect their students to spend all of their time studying. That was why they made a point of offering all sorts of interesting events. Sometimes the students created their own "events," like the Tuesday in December when many gathered to watch the destruction of a bridge. Among those who watched that destruction stood more than one single. Fullerton administrators did not plan that event, but the students enjoyed it none the less.