Letter to the Editor:The Abrupt Dismissal of Clem Guthro as Dean of the University Library

I address this letter to the members of this university and its governing body with great concern in the

A person holds a sign reading 'ALP helped me find my future' during a protest on campus

The departure of the American Language Program at Cal State Fullerton will do more harm than good

As the semester comes to a close, it also marks the end of the American Language Program (ALP) at

A young freshman in college transitions into being a graduate.

Column: How to get the most out of your time at Cal State Fullerton from a graduating Titan

I can still remember my first day at Cal State Fullerton. First-day jitters were accompanied by the stress of

A two panel image of someone in their first year at college and someone in their last year in college.

Column: Attending college is about adapting to new circumstances and learning from mistakes

When I first came to Cal State Fullerton, I felt I had an idea of what to expect. I would

a person scribbles down a few lines of poetry

Column: Students who aren’t art majors can still find creative outlets off-campus

Here I was. Without a call or a name or a place to call home; and yet the home, when I looked up and saw

An empty classrom

Lectures aren’t a suitable method for teaching college students

All it takes is a restless night and a semi-dim classroom to fall asleep to a professor who’s droning

An illustration of mouse ears facing a bunch of money falling down.

Disney might call itself the happiest place on earth, but the company isn’t so happy behind the scenes

Disneyland is marketed as the “The Happiest Place On Earth” but in reality, it’s the most deceitful place on

Six hands pointing fingers at Bill Cosby.

Bill Cosby’s conviction isn’t related to the #MeToo movement

America’s former favorite TV dad, Bill Cosby, wasn’t convicted on three accounts of assault because of the #MeToo movement.


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