Author: rdelgado

Students will benefit from CSU executive order that cuts general education requirements

Executive Order 1100 was changed by the California State University Chancellor’s Office in August, allowing general education requirements to

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CSUF’s mammoth fossil display is now open for viewing

Tuffy’s distant cousin arrived at CSUF Monday completely installed and ready for viewing at the Chapman Atrium in the

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Unpaid internships don’t benefit students or their employers

Employers continue to hinder and selfishly take advantage of students through unpaid internships. If employers paid their student interns,

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CSUF’s student recreation center to start new fitness program in spring 2018

A new fitness program will find its way to Cal State Fullerton spring 2018. The Titan Student Centers Board of

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‘All Day ASI’ concert provides CSUF students with free music, events and raffles

Concert Rock and electropop played amid a crowd of students who came to the concert at “All Day ASI” to

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Trump shows selfish intentions with late response to Puerto Rico disaster

When President Donald Trump announced Tuesday that he will visit Puerto Rico, it sounded more like an excuse to

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Cal State Fullerton to finalize mammoth fossil installation this fall

Tuffy’s prehistoric cousin is on its way to making a permanent stay at Cal State Fullerton. A woolly mammoth fossil

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Indivisible CA-39 rallies for health care in front of Ed Royce’s campaign office

CORRECTION: This article was updated on Sept. 25 at 1:20 p.m. as it stated that the constituents at this

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