Hundreds of thousands of people attended women’s marches in Los Angeles and Santa Ana last weekend to promote
(Photo by Katie Albertson / Daily Titan) Michael Dukakis, a professor, former three-term Democratic Massachusetts governor and the Democratic
(Photo courtesy of CSUF) Cal State Fullerton’s first black female president Jewel Plummer Cobb died at the age of
(Photo by Bailey Carpenter / Daily Titan) Over 100 Fullerton residents congregated in the Fullerton City Chambers for the
Orange County organizers of the biennial Point-In-Time Count are seeking Cal State Fullerton volunteers to assist with the homeless
This past week, a discourse on Twitter erupted between CSUF donor and alumnus Steve Mihaylo and multiple students, causing
(Photo courtesy of Netflix) The opening tune of Netflix’s adaptation of “A Series of Unfortunate Events” begs the audience
(Image courtesy of Netflix) An Army veteran, a political refugee and a social justice advocate each forms her own
A new exhibit has set its course into the Pollak Library, showcasing maps that illustrate California as an independent
(Courtesy of Universal Pictures) There was an old Adult Swim “Robot Chicken” sketch that featured a parody of M.
The annual ‘Deck the Hall’ event at Cal State Fullerton was the true definition of holiday spirit. As seats
What started as two students speaking their minds in front of the humanities building quickly turned into a strong
“Before the Flood” does everything in its power to convince non-believers that climate change is a very real issue
The Cal State Fullerton community got a taste of military lifestyle Saturday morning at the fourth annual Ruck-A-Thon, a
(Patrick Do / Daily Titan) Cal State Fullerton students turned up one last time at Saturday’s Spring
Cal State Fullerton men’s basketball needed seven games to get its first Big West Conference victory in 2016. In
Cal State Fullerton women’s basketball has endured another rough season so far with a 4-15 record through six games
Winning one Division I National Championship is a feat in and of itself. The Cal State Fullerton dance team
It was the summer of 2014 when Connor Seabold had just finished pitching a game for his travel ball
Following a 99-56 blowout win over Bethesda, Cal State Fullerton men’s basketball enters conference play looking primed for success.
Before he became involved in local government as Fullerton’s Interim City Manager, Allan Roeder, was a classic CSUF commuter
Haroon Khan can vividly remember walking from the engineering building to McCarthy Hall when he felt a buzz in
Serena Miller of Buena Park walks through life a little differently than most, but she certainly doesn’t walk alone.
My first semester abroad in Spain is coming to an end, and I really don’t know where time went.
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Astronomy students and fellow Titans from all majors gathered together on the lawn across from the engineering building Monday
Republican Donald J. Trump was elected 45th president of the United States, dominating the electoral college with 276 votes
Presidential nominees Donald J. Trump and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton squared off in the final presidential debate Wednesday
Cal State Fullerton’s WoMen’s Center is celebrating International Women’s Day by sponsoring a luncheon for women and men of
Cal State Fullerton has appointed Clement Guthro to fill the new position of dean of the library for the
Garrett Hart, the chair of Cal State Fullerton’s Department of Cinema and Television Arts (CTVA), spoke about his experiences
The Cal State Fullerton Division of Information Technology has released its annual report for the 2015-2016 academic school year,
Due to data gained from a survey in the Cal State Fullerton Division of Information Technology’s annual report for
Hundreds of thousands of people attended women’s marches in Los Angeles and Santa Ana last weekend to promote human rights and to show ...