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Gordon Capp, assistant professor of social work at Cal State Fullerton taught elementary and middle schools for six years.

Professor speaks on history of social work and why it matters

Some may say there is a misconception that social workers jobs require them to break up families and yank

Many faith based religious groups have difficulties finding space to meet on campus.

Faith and culture groups struggle to find space on campus

Cal State Fullerton has 332 registered clubs on campus, 23 of them are categorized as faith based, and many

Veterans Resource Center’s cuts the ribbon to a new location at their grand opening.

Veterans Resource Center cuts the ribbon to new location

The transition from the military to school wasn’t easy for Student Veterans Association President Amy Thronson, but with Cal

Proposition 3 will determine if money will be allocated to water and sustainability.

Proposition 3 decides if there will be an environmental bond

On Nov. 6, California voters will decide on Proposition 3, an $8.9 billion bond for water and environmental projects. If

Academic Senate Meeting

CSU Academic Senate addresses cyber security

Jon Bruschke, human communication studies professor, suggested that Cal State Fullerton have a plan in place that would protect

Tuffy the Titan sits on a rainbow and expresses love

LGBTQIA+ acronym encompasses sexual orientation and gender identity

Today, the LGBTQIA+ acronym embraces most of the terms that members of the community identify as. James Gowin, 26

A picture of a person in blue, kneeling before a bright yellow Amazon locker, offering up money like it's sacred.

Amazon’s numerous investments may pose a dangerous monopoly

Amazon has its rich hands in just about everything. Early September, Amazon was valued at $1 trillion. Not only

Gayle Brunelle addresses her concerns with executive order 1100 at academic senate meeting thursday

General education requirements in CSU system could create faculty layoffs

Chancellor Timothy P. White issued an executive order in August 2017 requiring colleges in the CSU system to change


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