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Concept art for new virtual reality experience coming to College of the Arts.

College of the Arts plans to convert a student hotspot into Virtual Reality room

The Department of Visual Arts cell block nestled between animation classrooms 185 and 189 in building E has not

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

Democrat Gil Cisneros defeats Young Kim in 39th District congressional race

Update: This story was updated at 4:00 p.m. on Sunday, November 25th to include the most up to date

Several organizations showed up on Titan Walk to help students get informed on the elections, reflecting the spirit of the university-wide campaign, #TitansTurnOut.

#TitansTurnOut on Titan Walk for the midterm elections

A barrage of student organizations flooded Titan Walk on Thursday, marking the culmination of Cal State Fullerton’s efforts to

The opening page of the GOP Envoy app

Republicans and Democrats are using phone apps to recruit

Three years ago CNN proclaimed the smartphone to be the “new political battleground” in America. Now, congressional candidates in

Dr. Bhanu Sud at Elks Lodge in Fullerton .

CSUF, OLLI fight the abuse of antibiotics

More than 23,000 Americans die annually from infections stemming from antibiotic-resistant germs, according to the Center for Disease Control


CSUF releases Annual Security Report under Clery Act showing 2017 crime rates

Correction: This story was changed at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, September 18 to correct the inaccurate data percentages involving

Prices at the Mobil Gas Station near Cal State Fullerton, all except one over $4.

Orange County average gas prices among highest in nation

The average gas price in California is $3.64, more than 75 cents over the national average, as of Sept.

Brooke Paz, President of CSUF Republicans leads the discussion in their first meeting outside of Titan Student Union.

CSUF Republicans split from the California College Republicans

Over the last summer, the CSUF Republicans separated from the California College Republicans due to a difference in opinion


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