Category: Campus News

Keynote speaker Charlesetta Medina shares her story against adversity in academia.

Arboretum hosts Women’s History Month Reception for CSUF students

Cal State Fullerton  President Framroze Virjee hosted a Women’s History Month Reception in the Arboretum on Wednesday to celebrate

Jeffery Lum speaks to students about how to improve their interview skills.

Cal State Fullerton advises students on salary negotiation

With graduation approaching, students are actively looking for job opportunities, and the Mihaylo Career Center hosted its second Salary

A line of students have a meet and greet with the panel from the "Power Shift" discussion.

Latinx panel looks at transformation of American politics

Historical California Latinx politicians sat on a panel  to discuss how their community has changed national politics at the

Student taking a positive note of affirmation during TitanWell Suicide Prevention workshop.

TitanWell workshop informs students on suicide prevention

Students were informed about the warning signs of suicide and were encouraged to speak up and help others at

CSUF University Police K9 Glock and handler Officer Matt Bauer during ASI meeting.

University Police speaks to ASI on campus safety procedures

Cal State Fullerton University Police Chief, Raymund Aguirre, and K-9 handler, Officer Matt Bauer, attended the Associated Students Board

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.

Latinx student panelists share their experiences as first-generation college students.

Dia de los Padres sheds light on struggle of first-generation Latinx students

Mesa Cooperativa, a Latinx organization, hosted Día de los Padres for Latinx students and their families to highlight different


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