Author: Noah Biesiada

Harlen Lambert was the first African American police officer in Orange County

CSUF honors first African-American police officer in Orange County

Harlen “Lamb” Lambert, the first African-American police officer hired in Orange County, was honored by the University Honors Program

Brittany Wolfe and Austin Monteilh work for Cal State Fullerton University Police.

Former CSUF animation major explains path to criminal justice

Brittany Wolfe, a fifth year student, began her career at Cal State Fullerton as an animation major, with her

ASI president and Vice President candidates speak at the campus election debate.

Associated Students host election debate outside Titan Student Union

The Associated Students executive team debates were hosted outside the Titan Student Union last Thursday, giving students a chance

Candidates Tristan Torres and Alexa Flores meet with interested students to discuss their plans for the campus.

ASI presidential campaign advocates for fiscal responsibility

After the Associated Students Inc. executive team debates last Thursday, ASI is preparing for the election cycle over Tuesday

Stenedt gathered outside of the Titan Student Union building meeting the current candidates for ASI's Board of Directors.

ASI candidates bolster student engagement at TSU

Candidates running for positions on the Associated Students Board of Directors for the 2019-20 academic year tabled outside the

Aaron Aguilar and Mansi Kalra are running on a platform of expanding student involvement in ASI.

Associated Students candidates declare their platform

While students prepare for midterms, they can also impact the campus politically with Associated Students’ elections coming next week.

Students preparing to register their bikes after they've been repaired.

University Police hosts bike registration event in Quad

Cal State Fullerton University Police hosted an event for cycling commuters to get their bikes checked and registered on

Fullerton residents watch as city council listens to public commentary

Zahra voted to OC water district during city council meeting

Fullerton council member Ahmad Zahra replaced council member Bruce Whitaker as a representative on the board of directors for


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