Exterior of the nutwood cafe on the first floor of College Park

CSUF Campus Dining could be closing the Nutwood Cafe Grill sometime soon

Nutwood Cafe, on the first floor of College Park at CSUF, could be closing The Grill this summer. The

A woman prayers in between rows of books in a library

Cal State Fullerton students struggle to pray on campus due to lack of dedicated prayer room

Looking for a place to pray on campus at Cal State Fullerton is a daily struggle for Maisune Elhaija,

An illustration of a newspaper being cut up with scissors

The OC Register will no longer cover Orange County small theater productions

Several small Orange County theaters were informed in April that the Orange County Register will no longer be reviewing


On-campus dining options at CSUF don’t have perfect health inspection scores

Campus vending machines are inspected once a year by CSUF safety and health officers. On Aug. 16, 2017, the

police chief is sworn in

Newly appointed CSUF police chief Raymund Aguirre hopes to form lasting connections with campus community

Raised by a father in the military and a mother in social work, Raymund Aguirre knew he wanted to

CAPS director candidate Carolyn O'keefe speaks to an audience of CSUF community members in an open forum.

CSUF Counseling and Psychological Services holds open forums with potential new directors

The Cal State Fullerton Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) department held separate open forums over the past two weeks

A woman reads a display about the campus master plan

CSUF outlines master plan to upgrade buildings and improve parking on campus

The planning process for the Cal State Fullerton campus physical master plan is currently underway with the final draft

A student stands on stage while she is recognized for an award

CSUF recognizes student leaders and organizations at annual Tuffy Awards

Cal State Fullerton students, faculty and staff gathered in the Titan Student Union Pavilions on Thursday for the fourth