A white outline of the Pollak Library against a red backdrop

Former CSUF library dean Clem Guthro alleges university made false claims and misrepresented facts behind his firing

Former library dean Clem Guthro said Cal State Fullerton fired him without warning and berated him for holding up


General Education Task Force presents preliminary findings on changes to CSU GE requirements at Academic Senate

The General Education Task Force recommended adjustments to Cal State Fullerton’s GE coursework at Thursday’s Academic Senate meeting. Since

a woman looks focused as she listens to a presentation during the mental health conference

Cal State Fullerton ASI President Laila Dadabhoy advocates for mental health at Reclaim Mental Health conference

Associated Students President Laila Dadabhoy recalled the time she tried to turn in an assignment for her friend who’d

A map of Orange County highlights where each city stands in regards to the U.S. Department of Justice lawsuit against California's sanctuary city laws.

Orange County cities are divided over the U.S. Department of Justice lawsuit against California for its sanctuary city laws

The U.S. Department of Justice is suing the state of California for its sanctuary city laws that would not


Champ, a black and white medium sized dogs, poses in his wheelchair

Barks of Love is bringing back Bark Bash to give dogs another chance at finding a home

Although the number of animals euthanized in shelters has decreased from 2011, 1.5 million cats and dogs are euthanized

Members of CSUF's Harry Potter Alliance Club work on arts and crafts that pertain to the movie during their meeting.

Harry Potter Alliance at CSUF creates a world for students that mirrors the films and books

Hidden within the imaginary houses of Gryffindor, Hufflepuff, Ravenclaw and Slytherin are eager members who hope to recruit potential

Raymond Nation poses for a portrait just outside of Humanities quad at CSUF.

Life comes full circle as nursing professor Austin Nation gives back to CSUF

CSUF professor Austin Nation was compared to the art piece “Sunday in the Park with George” by George Seurat

Jordie Poblete sits for a portrait of himself.

CSUF alumnus Jordan Poblete helps teenagers find success after starting DisneyExaminer

Melody and Daniel Poblete didn’t know that giving their son Jordan “Jordie” Poblete a Mickey Mouse stuffed toy as

Titans baseball team celebrate

CSUF baseball wins series, crushes Hawaii 8-0 at home on Sunday

After second baseman Hank LoForte predicted that Cal State Fullerton baseball would come out “on fire” following Saturday night’s


Karla Portalatin helps Cal State Fullerton tennis snap 23-match losing streak against Long Beach State

Junior Karla Portalatin defeated Maren Helgo 7-5, 7-5, snapping Cal State Fullerton tennis 23-match losing streak to Long Beach

Bryanna Ybarra on second base

Titans Head Coach Kelly Ford earns her 200th win with CSUF softball as the Titans sweep Hawaii on the road

Cal State Fullerton softball recorded its third series sweep in Big West conference play this season and fourth straight

Chris Prescott at the plate

Cal State Fullerton baseball gave up four runs in the last two innings in 6-4 loss to Hawaii

Cal State Fullerton baseball squandered a two-run lead against Hawaii at home on Saturday, losing 6-4 in the tenth

painting of J. Cole with a crown and robe

J. Cole warns about the dangers of drug abuse and addiction on latest album, ‘KOD’

J. Cole’s newest album “KOD” tells the stories of how young people are often taught to turn to different

Hannah holding half of a spam musubi, which is spam on rice wrapped in seaweed

Dumpling Duo: The third annual Titan Night Market at CSUF left us hungry

We’ve eaten everywhere from food festivals in Los Angeles to dives in New York, but today we decided to

Members of The Vaccines pose with emotionless faces.

Is It a Banger?: The Vaccines’ progression highlights their versatility

British rock band, The Vaccines are no strangers to creating a new attitude or different tune with each new

Jennifer Davis poses for a portrait at CSUF.

Independent filmmaker and CSUF alumna Jennifer Davis values unique stories

Cal State Fullerton alumna Jennifer Davis was planning to become a children’s book writer or music teacher before she


Letter to the Editor – In response to: ‘Californians need to embrace the bullet train as a viable option of transportation’

While Cole Graves made some valid points in his op-ed commentary regarding the bullet train proposal, (“California’s bullet train

An illustration of a Starbucks cup on its side, spilling coffee. The Starbucks mermaid has a caption that says, "But I thought everyone was welcome?"

Starbucks could have easily prevented the racial profiling incident at its store in Philadelphia

On April 12, a viral video showing two black men being arrested inside a Starbucks in Philadelphia sparked public

The California bullet train rushes through with money flying on both sides.

Californians need to embrace the bullet train as a viable option of transportation

Transportation has evolved to become more efficient and safer, and Americans have advanced from the horse and buggy to

An image of a woman facing away from the crosswalk light, looking at her phone. She has one earbud in and is reaching behind her to hit the crosswalk button.

Laws banning distracted walking will make crosswalks safer

Smartphone users are starting to become so obsessed with staring at what’s happening on their screens that they aren’t



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