A comprehensive map of CSUF campus with bubbles highlighting the crime locations.

Crime on campus in the month of February

Crime activity on campus in the month of February includes a missing person incident, marijuana possession, public intoxication and

ASI members getting ready to wrap a a meeting in a boardroom setting.

ASI approves legal changes to Titan Student Center bylaws

The Associated Students Inc. Board of Directors have decided to approve several legal changes to the Titan Student Centers’

Students networking with hiring sales recruiters.

Sales Leadership Center hosts career fair at Marriott Hotel

The Cal State Fullerton Sales Leadership Center hosted a career fair at the Marriott Hotel, which offered full-time jobs

Illustration of the author, and young versions of of herself.

Column: Why I Won’t Carry A Child

I can’t wait to have a child! Raising a mini-me is going to be so much fun! I’ve heard statements

David Lamm stands with his wife Jessica and son Ryder after Cal State Fullerton's game at the MLB4 Tournament.

Former CSUF football player now cheers on the diamond

Called balls and strikes echoing in the Salt River Fields during the MLB4 Tournament weren’t coming from the home

Students at the RAD class learn from Officer Cappuccio

Rape Aggression Defense program kicks off this semester

About 20 women attended the first session of the Rape Aggression Defense program on Feb. 16 at the Student

Center for Bioethical Reform member speaking with a spectator

Pro-life organization sets up anti-abortion display at CSUF

Photos of the Holocaust, the Rwandan Genocide and abortion were displayed outside the Student Recreation Center by the Center

Professor Karen Linkletter sitting in her office.

CSUF professor Karen Linkletter retiring after 15 years at CSUF

Finishing a 15-year tenure as a professor of American Studies at Cal State Fullerton, Karen Linkletter will be retiring


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