Author: dianeortiz

Scott Spitzer, Cal State Fullerton associate professor of political science at Tuesday’s midterm panel.

CSUF professors talk predictions for midterm elections at panel

The biggest question concerning the midterm elections is whether Democrats’ anger at the current administration will measure up to

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Several students inside the simulator, feeling a 7.2 earthquake.

Titans embrace Great Shakeout with earthquake simulator

An earthquake simulator in the central Quad on Wednesday gave Titans a feel for the type of seismic movement

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SlutWalk participants give each other hugs in support of each other.

Amber Rose SlutWalk raises awareness of sexual injustice

Written messages of protest flooded the intersection of 1st and Hill streets in downtown Los Angeles on Saturday morning.

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A door that shows the new symbol for the all-gender restrooms that are posted on 30 restrooms on campus.

Gender-inclusive restrooms accommodate all Titans

Cal State Fullerton has added additional gender-inclusive restrooms across campus that can be recognized by the symbol of a

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Cal State Fullerton alumnus runs for lead fundraising position

Carlos Leija, a Cal State Fullerton alumnus, said he didn’t have any friends at the university when he enrolled

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Students for Quality Education member Liz Sanchez speaks before the Board of Trustees and denounces the salary increase for CSU executives.

CSU executives receive a pay increase in new budget

Cal State University executives received a 3 percent salary raise at a July 24 board of trustees meeting. CSU Chancellor

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Two University Police officers stand side-by-side, with Officer Matt Bauer on the left and former Sergeant Higgs on the right.

Former CSUF University Police sergeant pleads guilty to DUI

A former CSUF University Police sergeant pleaded guilty to two misdemeanor counts: driving under the influence of alcohol and

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The entrance to the CSUF Recreation Center

You’re paying for the CSUF Student Recreation Center, but you’re probably not using it

The Student Recreation Center has an average of 3,356 patrons on a daily basis and was available to all

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