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Presidents Scholars ivel. The 1997 school year marked the 18th year of the President ' s Scholar program. Each year at least ten outstanding high school seniors are chosen to become President ' s Scholars based on their academic record. This year, fifteen lucky stu- dents received the award bringing their total number to 50 scholars. As a group, the scholars form an important part of the university and surrounding community. The scholars attend many social events such as the annual roundup at the El Dorado Ranch where President Gor- don brings together students, associ- ates, alumni and prominent commu- nity leaders for a chance to network. Equally as impor- tant is their commitment to community service. Once each year they host a dinner at the Ronald McDonald house and in the spring host a year-end reception for the Fullerton Boys ' and Girl ' s Club " Shoot for the Stars " tutoring program. President ' s Scholars gather with Presi- dent Milton Gordon at the western- themed Round-Up At The Ranch in October (above). Mychelle Nguyen serves food at the Ronald McDo nald OPENING NEW DOORS House (left). gg
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Student f)fumni fissociation The Student Alumni Asso- ciation has been on campus for over a decade and for many students it has been a great way to make fhends and network with alumni. The Student Alumni Asso- ciation plays a major role in sponsoring and volunteering at campus events such as the Concert Under the Stars, Night of the Pachyderm and Springfest. This year, S.A.A. collected over 200 gifts for Or- ange County children with their campus wide philanthropy, Opera- tion Santa Claus. Another way S.A.A. got involved, was at the Alumni Appreciation Basketball Game. Members donated and handed out 400 bags of peanuts to returning alumni at the February game. CLUBS 58 Student Alumni Association members at the Alumni basketball game (top). S.A.A. collected toys for underprivileged kids at Christmas (above).
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Intramural The Cal State Fullerton Intramural Sports Program spon- sors a number of dif- ferent activities and events during the academic year. Some of the sports featured during the intramural season are flag foot- ball, soccer, basketball and volleyball. All organizations or teams that enter events are competing against the others for the title K- " Team of the Year " . Individual awards can also be achieved, the highest being the " Athlete of the Year " . This year ' s intramu- ral high- light was the flag football success of Pi Kappa Phi. The fraternity won the intramural champion- ship on campus and after winning the regional champi- onship in San Diego earned a chance to compete for the national title. The team was flown to New Orleans com- plements of Nike and al- though they did not win the national championship they represented Cal State Fuller- ton, the intramural program and Pi Kappa Phi to the best of their abilities. r ! I Volleyball is just one of many sports that students have the opportunity to play and compete against other in throught the intramural sports program (above middle). The OKO flag intramural football team was sponsored by Nike to compete in the national championship in New Orleans (right). CLUBS 60
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