Photo Illustration showing a housing development.

Proposition 1 could authorize bonds to fund housing

Proposition 1, known as the Housing Programs and Veterans’ Loan Bond, would authorize bonds to fund housing assistance programs,

North Korean panel shared their stories of being refugees.

North Korean refugees share their lives with CSU Fullerton

Following the summit of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and United States President Donald Trump earlier this year, North

Faculty meeting to discuss student disabilities.

Disability Support Services speaker teaches acceptance

Students with disabilities can experience physical and attitudinal barriers on a college campus, said Rosalind Blackstar, assistant director of

Students for Quality Education held a demonstration in honor of David Josiah Lawson.

Students for Quality Education held “Justice for Josiah” demonstration

Cal State Fullerton’s Students for Quality Education held a demonstration Tuesday in front of the humanities building to spread

Rick Reiff, Young Kim and Gil Cisneros before the debate from left to right.

Young Kim and Gil Cisneros clash during debate in OC

A heated debate between 39th District candidates Young Kim and Gil Cisneros left the KDOC-TV studio audience in silence

Proposition 3 will determine if money will be allocated to water and sustainability.

Proposition 3 decides if there will be an environmental bond

On Nov. 6, California voters will decide on Proposition 3, an $8.9 billion bond for water and environmental projects. If

A Tommy Hilfiger watch, one of many devices that will not need to be adjusted for daylight savings if Proposition 7 passes.

Proposition 7 may make the sun set on daylight saving time

As time ticks closer to election day, California voters will decide if daylight saving time will remain a law

Scott Spitzer, Cal State Fullerton associate professor of political science at Tuesday’s midterm panel.

CSUF professors talk predictions for midterm elections at panel

The biggest question concerning the midterm elections is whether Democrats’ anger at the current administration will measure up to


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