Author: Kaitlin Martinez

Student Creative Activities and Research award winners

SCAR awards honor student creative activities and research

Three groups of students received accolades for their works at the seventh annual Student Creative Activities and Research awards

Jessica Moss, sociology professor, shares her ideas on how to bring interfaith spaces to campus.

Speaker sparks interfaith dialogue on campus

The College of Humanities and Social Sciences welcomed Jessica Moss, guest sociology lecturer, to the interdisciplinary conversations series yesterday.

Officers arrive at the scene of an officer-involved shooting at the 800 block of Harbor Boulevard.

Officer-involved shooting occurs in Anaheim

On Friday, March 15, there was a shooting involving an officer in an alleyway near the corner of West

John Pantle is a former music executive with extensive experience in the industry.

Music executive John Pantle speaks to entertainment class

Clarification: The article was changed at 12:51 p.m. on February 28 to clarify John Pantle's occupation as a current


Changing “First Lady” to “First Partner” won’t make real change

News flash, Jennifer Siebel Newsom — fighting for equality isn’t a PR campaign.  After newly elected California Gov. Gavin Newsom

Geology Professor Matthew Kirby discusses the importance of paleo-perspectives in regards to weather predictions.

CSUF professor shakes up sedimentary research at Faculty Noon-Time Talk

Matthew Kirby, a professor of geological sciences, spoke  about his research analyzing sediment samples from Southern California lakes at

Clear Channel's billboard advertises for a variety of business around Fullerton and Orange County.

CSUF to receive new billboard this semester

Since being established in summer 2018, the Cal State Fullerton freeway billboards have generated approximately $567,000 of the $436.8

The Entertainment and Tourism Club meeting featured several internship opportunities.

CSUF’s Entertainment and Tourism Club kick off spring 2019

The Entertainment and Tourism Club kicked off their spring semester on Feb. 6 by focusing on ways students can


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