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CSUF ASI Board of Directors approved $12,000 in funding for Tuffy’s Basic Needs Center and 19 other items at last meeting of 2017-18 academic year

The CSUF Associated Students board of directors approved 20 items at its last meeting of the 2017-18 academic year

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Reports from Orange County Health Care Agency show major and minor health code violations for restaurants around CSUF

How do you know if a restaurant is a safe place to eat? While a restaurant may look clean from

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Daily Titan receives Hearst Journalism Award and other accolades during 2017-18 academic year

The Daily Titan has received 40 awards from 10 different organizations over the 2017-2018 school year. Bryant Freese, former sports

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General Education Task Force presents preliminary findings on changes to CSU GE requirements at Academic Senate

The General Education Task Force recommended adjustments to Cal State Fullerton’s GE coursework at Thursday’s Academic Senate meeting. Since November

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CSUF Generation United Nations holds event to raise awareness of the homeless crisis in Orange County

Orange County’s homeless population was shaken up in February when authorities cleared out residents of the Santa Ana riverbed

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Fullerton Police will not be investigating case of man falling from apartment balcony due to no signs of foul play

The Fullerton Police Department is not suspecting foul play in an incident involving a 19-year-old man who fell from

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A collage of the cast and their video game counterparts.

Steven Spielberg’s ‘Ready Player One’ is a visual masterpiece

When a movie opens with Van Halen’s “Jump” and features a three-way battle between the Iron Giant, Mechagodzilla and

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Spongebob says that Nickelodeon will stop airing shows to represent students who walked out in honor of the 17 victims who passed in the Parkland shooting.

Nickelodeon encouraging political activism is refreshing

Kids who watched Nickelodeon in the ‘90s likely remember the network for dumping viscous, neon green slime all over

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