Category: State News

District 39 Congressional candidates debated immigration, education policies at CSUF forum

Candidates for the 39th Congressional District representative seat shared a diverse range of opinions on hotly debated issues such

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A row of students with tape over their mouths and signs march in front of the Governor's Mansion

Students and faculty head to Sacramento protest Gov. Jerry Brown’s budget for CSU schools

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Over 1,000 students and faculty from across the state were brought together Wednesday morning to protest

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Students protest the CSU tuition increase outside the state capital in Sacramento.

The California Faculty Association will protest the CSU tuition increase in Sacramento

Jennifer Eagan, California Faculty Association president, encouraged students and CSU members in a Tuesday conference call to take a

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Cal State Fullerton Associated Students, Inc. denounces proposed CSU tuition increase for 2018-2019 academic year

Cal State Fullerton Associated Students, Inc. denounced a potential tuition increase for state residents on Tuesday that was proposed

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Over 600 homeless people were relocated from the Santa Ana Riverbed to motels across the county, but their plight isn’t over

Some homeless people who were relocated from the Santa Ana Riverbed to Orange County motels are allegedly being evicted

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Candidates ask Indivisible CA-39 to not endorse any of them in the California congressional primaries

Members of the activist group Indivisible CA-39 gathered Tuesday night at Fullerton Community Center to discuss the possibility of

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Former CSUF professor Phil Janowicz and his quest for one of California’s congressional seats

Democratic California congressional candidate and former Cal State Fullerton professor Phil Janowicz never forgets to remind his staff that

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Cal State Fullerton takes steps to reduce carbon emissions by 2040

There are only two years left to reach climate targets set in California by a 2005 executive order from

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