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AICA chair and vice chair Elizabeth Jimenez Perez and Rick Piñon Delgado discuss their program's plan to bring supplies to members of the migrant caravan in Tijuana.

Associated Students program to bring supplies to U.S.-Mexico border

Cal State Fullerton’s Association for InterCultural Awareness announced plans to drive to the border city of Tijuana, Mexico to

St. Philip Benizi Catholic Community Church is one of four known churches doubling as a temporary emergency homeless shelter in Fullerton.

Ordinance will affect emergency homeless shelters

The last reading of and final vote on an ordinance requiring that emergency homeless shelters go through an application

Friday’s Sex on the Lawn event held in the Harvey McKee Studio inside the Student Recreation Center brought awareness to HIV/AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases.

“Sex on the Lawn” event brings awareness to sexual health

Students, staff and faculty at Cal State Fullerton were given the opportunity to receive free HIV/AIDS testing and become


Migrant families seeking asylum sprayed with tear gas

Migrant mothers, children, fathers and several journalists were sprayed with tear gas at the San Ysidro Port of Entry

The Project Rebound panel was a part of the “Al Tanto: Latinx Community Symposium” on Wednesday.

CSUF Project Rebound scholar shares his prison story

After spending 23 years in prison, Joseph Cruz, psychology major, said he went straight to college at Cal State

Vincent Vigil, interim director of the Diversity Initiatives and Resource centers took to the Associated Students Board of Directors meeting to discuss diversity issues.

African American Resource Center seeking a new coordinator

The African American Resource Center at Cal State Fullerton is in search of a new coordinator after Trimaine Davis

Junior ROTC members held all fifty state flags around Downtown Fullerton as a part of the Fullerton Veterans Day Parade and Ceremony.

City honors veterans at Fullerton Veterans Day parade

The 50 state flags surrounded Hillcrest Park on Monday, as crowds of men and women in military uniform gathered

Gil Cisneros speaking at his Nov. 6 election watch party. His opponent for the 39th District seat is Young Kim.

Gil Cisneros remains hopeful at 39th District watch party

Update: This story was updated at 3:40 on Wednesday, November 7th to include the most up to date polling


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