Author: bcarpenter

First phase of Fullerton water conservation effort calls for 10 percent conservation by residents

For average Fullerton homes, 13,000 gallons of water being used a month amidst the water crisis has caused the

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Trustee approval of faculty union contract ends months-long dispute

The California State University Board of Trustees put to bed a nearly year-long contract negotiation process with the ratification

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CSU Board of Trustees approves compensation raises for five faculty and staff groups

In the first of two days of meetings, the CSU Board of Trustees approved faculty

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Award-winning poet Dana Gioia will present in Pollak on Saturday, Nov. 8

Dana Gioia, professor at USC and former chair of the National Endowment for the Arts,

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CSUN is justified in their ban on pledge activities

The death of Cal State Northridge’s fraternity pledge Armando Villa caused a series of reprimands and bans for the

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Student travels the world with her cello and music

A popular choice for college students to celebrate the completion of school is to travel around the world. For

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Late pianist and music professor to be celebrated at memorial concert

Former students of the late professor Earle Voorhies will be performing a piano memorial concert in honor of his

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Primary elections are an important component of the civic process

November is rapidly approaching, and with it comes cooler weather, holiday feasts and general elections. Prior to the general elections

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