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Protestors gather outside Ed Royce’s office to oppose the Republican tax bill

A handful of men gathered outside representative Ed Royce’s office on Wednesday dressed as Mr. Monopoly, handing out chocolate

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Cal State Fullerton students give study tips for finals week

When home is rife with distractions and finals are looming overhead, senior broadcast journalism major Justin Wheat finds studying

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Cal State Fullerton sees growth in Hispanic population

California has the nation’s largest Hispanic population according to the Pew Research Center. Data from the California Census Bureau

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Fullerton City Council elects Doug Chaffee as new mayor

Doug Chaffee was unanimously appointed to be the new mayor of Fullerton for 2018 by the City Council on

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“Privilege Beads” sparks conversations about privilege and identity at CSUF

A menagerie of beads were placed along tables in the Titan Student Union Legislative Chambers as part of the

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Cal State Fullerton suffers campus-wide power outage

?? “Cal State Fullerton Power Outage”https://t.co/q62ZU1xs8R — Daily Titan (@thedailytitan) December 6, 2017   Cal State Fullerton hit a

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Women at CSUF are graduating at a faster pace than men

Despite the fact that women still earn less than men on average, according to the Institute for Women’s Policy

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First-generation students face unique challenges in the college process

As a double-major freshman in human services and women and gender studies, Anthony Vasquez said he struggled with finding

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