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On Nov. 3, Cal State Fullerton students and local community members showed up to vote for the 2020 election at the Titan Student Union.

Halloween is just around the corner, and people are making plans to celebrate the beloved holiday. With COVID-19 cases still being reported in…

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Former Vice President Joe Biden has won the 2020 presidential election as he defeated President Donald Trump in a narrow race, according to th…

Over 40 faculty and employees from the California State University Employees Union marched up and down Nutwood Avenue and Yorba Linda Boulevar…

Sports at Cal State Fullerton will have to wait, as the Big West Conference announced on Wednesday that all fall sports will be postponed through the end of the calendar year.  The decision will affect CSUF’s women’s tennis and volleyball, men’s and women’s soccer and golf, along with women’s cross country. “In making the decision, […]

Though many Cal State Fullerton students were sent home for the spring semester, some are locked into off-campus leases that have not even begun. Several students who have contracts with University House, which is a self-marketed student housing complex a block from CSUF, are voicing their frustrations after reportedly being denied cancellation of their upcoming […]

Fullerton Joint Union high schools will officially begin the 2020-21 academic year virtually after the district’s board of trustees approved the plan on Thursday.  The move comes after Gov. Gavin Newsom announced strict criteria on Friday for schools to reopen in California. Under Newsom’s order, schools can physically open if the county they are in […]

As protests continue around the nation, the conversation of institutional and structural racism has come to the forefront in the fight against injustices. Currently, faculty within the Cal State Universities focus on how to combat these issues within their own institution.  The California Faculty Association, a union representing CSU faculty, released a report on July […]

As Southern California schools like UCLA, USC and the University of San Diego have learned how their fall sports season will begin, Cal State Fullerton will have to wait another week to learn its fate.  After announcing on June 15 that a decision on the state of fall sports would be made no later than […]

With the fall semester set to begin in nearly a month, Cal State Fullerton announced its fall semester plan with the approval from the Cal State University chancellor’s office.  “The health and safety of all Titans and the continuity of high quality education with an unobstructed pass to degree are at the heart of this […]

After nationwide backlash, petitions and eight federal lawsuits, the Trump administration has revoked a July 6 directive that would have forced many international students to leave the country — a move which would have affected over 10,300 Cal State University students. The decision was announced on Tuesday at a federal lawsuit hearing brought on by […]

Donté Epps, a 29-year-old Black man, saw his bail reduced by $900,000 in a hearing at the Orange County North Justice Center in Fullerton last Friday over the stabbing of his roommate, for which the court acknowledged could have been a mental episode. Judge Cheri Pham reduced his bail from $1 million to $100,000 and […]

Though some have abandoned safety precautions despite the surge in COVID-19 cases, many health professionals are stressing the necessity of continued efforts against the virus as health experts race to develop a vaccine. Safety measures such as social distancing have been forsaken by some in the name of herd immunity, which occurs when a group […]

Last week, Trang Nguyen was registered for classes and prepared to continue her fourth year pursuing a business management degree at Cal State Fullerton. Now, Nguyen is one of more than 10,300 CSU students grappling with uncertain circumstances after the United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement announced on Monday that international students on visas cannot […]

Dorms that were once brimming with students will now be far quieter as the Cal State Fullerton campus prepares for limited housing, leaving some students wondering if they will be able to snag a spot on campus. Larry Martin, the executive director of housing and residential engagement, said that the university can provide accommodations for […]

A petition for Cal State Fullerton to lower tuition costs for the primarily-online fall 2020 semester has reached over 7,000 signatures as of Tuesday night. A user named Isabel Tovar started the petition on Thursday. Tovar wrote in the petition that students were concerned about tuition costs remaining the same, despite their education being […]

The Fourth of July has traditionally been a symbol of freedom in America. However, several of today’s activists say that America’s Independence Day does not represent freedom for all, as demonstrations for justice continue around the nation.  “The fact that the holiday is consistently celebrated … since 1776, and they haven’t addressed the fact that […]

The city of Fullerton has seen a surge in the use of illegal fireworks for about two months leading up to the Fourth of July, which has led people to question the reasons behind the nightly nuisances.  Fullerton Police Sgt. Eric Bridges said that the department has had an increase in calls regarding the use […]

With the nationwide calling for the defunding of police departments, Fullerton Mayor Jennifer Fitzgerald and police Chief Robert Dunn focused on the growth of the Fullerton Police Department in the past decade and how it can improve in the future in a virtual town hall on Thursday. Fitzgerald joined the Fullerton City Council in November […]

One month later, a wave of protests and a passion for justice is still a topic of conversation in every state, accompanied by anger, activism and alliances.  George Floyd, a 46-year-old Black man, died on May 25 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, following a police officer kneeling on his neck for roughly eight minutes. Since then, Fullerton […]

Disney will delay their July reopening date of the Anaheim Disneyland Park and the Disney California Adventure park to a later date, pending state and local government approval, according to a statement they released Wednesday.  The reopening of Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel and Spa and Paradise Pier Hotel, which was initially set for July 23, […]

The Cal State Fullerton Police Department arrested a 24-year-old white male on campus after police found a loaded weapon in his vehicle on Saturday night.  The man was parked near CSUF’s Goodwin Field and was initially caught engaging in sexual activity with another person, said Capt. Scot Willey of the University Police Department. Upon a […]

The Fullerton Joint Union High School District has made it official: Louis E. Plummer’s name will be removed from the historic auditorium located on the Fullerton Union High School campus.  The vote to remove the name passed unanimously from the board of trustees on Tuesday, as all board members expressed concerns over Plummer’s ties to […]

Nearly three months after Cal State Fullerton announced that the 2020 commencement would be postponed, the university released its virtual commencement celebration on Saturday, which was filled with messages from administration, alumni and graduates. In one of the largest graduating classes in the school’s history, over 12,000 graduates were honored in the virtual celebration, as […]

After not being selected in the 2020 MLB Draft, Cal State Fullerton baseball pitcher Tanner Bibee will return for his senior season after a solid 2020 campaign before competition was suspended.  “I wanted to come back and kind of finish out what I started,” Bibee said. This was not the first time Bibee had flirted […]

Plummer Auditorium, one of Fullerton’s historic buildings, will have a new name next week after an online petition raised awareness to the namesake’s ties with the Ku Klux Klan.  Scott Scambray, Fullerton Joint Union High School District superintendent, said in an email to the Daily Titan that the name change will occur at the district’s […]

Students, faculty and staff in the American studies department didn’t sit still as they watched protests erupt across all 50 states following George Floyd’s death, among other black bodies that have been buried without justice. Over 40 members of the American studies Titan community logged on to Zoom on Tuesday afternoon for the department’s virtual […]

As California slowly reopens, Disney has proposed a phased plan to reopen both the Anaheim Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure Park on July 17. According to a statement by Disneyland Resort’s public relations director, Michael Ramirez, the Downtown Disney District is scheduled to reopen on July 9. In addition, Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel and […]

President Fram Virjee confirmed on Tuesday that most classes in the fall will be held virtually, adding that there will be a significant reduction in on campus housing. Students with the most need for on-campus student housing will be prioritized, and those living on campus will continue to receive residential support and dining services, according […]

FULLERTON, Calif. — Twelve days after George Floyd’s death, over a thousand people flocked to Fullerton City Hall on Saturday as protests in support of the Black Lives Matter movement continue to sweep the nation. Approximately 1,500 peaceful protesters, including several Cal State Fullerton students, chanted underneath a cloudy sky along the intersection of Highland […]

 A mixture of smoke and tear gas filled the streets of McFadden Avenue and Bristol Street in Santa Ana on Saturday night as protesters showed solidarity for the city of Minneapolis, Minnesota in the aftermath of the death of George Floyd. The demonstration was one of many held in response to Floyd’s unlawful death, who […]

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Police broke up a peaceful protest in Fullerton on Saturday afternoon as demonstrations and riots erupt across the country over the death of George Floyd, a Black man who died after he was pinned under the knee of a white Minneapolis police officer.  Around 125 protesters blocked the intersection on Highland and Commonwealth avenues as […]

Earning a master’s degree demands years of hard work, sacrifice and tuition. Students are accepted into a graduate studies program with enough passion to tackle hours of labor for the satisfaction of walking on graduation day. For Blanca Quinteros, this is a process that she endured twice.  As strong as a student’s passion to learn […]

The U.S. Department of Education is prohibiting undocumented students from being eligible to receive the financial emergency aid Congress set aside for students under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act, otherwise known as the CARES Act. The CARES Act is a $2 trillion stimulus package passed by Congress to assist individuals, businesses, state […]

Just as the Cal State Fullerton men’s basketball team was on their way to the Honda Center to open up the Big West Tournament on March 12, the Big West joined other conferences throughout the NCAA in canceling their conference tournaments and the rest of spring sports. As CSUF’s spring semester draws to a close […]

The Associated Students board of directors is looking into several changes regarding the board of trustees, most prominently the inclusion of one representative per college. Unlike the board of directors, which contains two student representatives for each of the eight colleges, 10 students on the board of trustees are elected at large. The board of […]

Last updated 6:00 p.m. May 12, 2020 As the spring semester comes to an end, Cal State University Chancellor Timothy White announced that most classes across the CSU’s 23 campuses are planned to be primarily virtual for the fall semester. “This virtual planning approach for the next academic year is necessary because of the evolving […]

By Rebeca Loyola After two weeks in quarantine, I thought I was going to lose it if I had to continue to stay at home. I’m currently a sophomore majoring in broadcast journalism; I was so excited and determined to make the best out of the semester at CSUF.  My classes were looking good and […]

By Filip Pejcinovic COVID-19 and its effects on my community and family has pulled back the curtain on how fragile they really are. Since March, many of my plans for the future are unpredictable. My part-time job is on hold, I rarely, if ever, see my friends and episodes of extreme boredom are always complemented […]

Fullerton residents are grappling with the repercussions of COVID-19, including fear of job destruction, economic turmoil and the educational impact. On Thursday, California Rep. Gil Cisneros heard these concerns at a town hall that was aimed specifically at Fullerton residents as part of a 12-part series called “Cisneros in Your City.” Cisneros addressed the pandemic’s […]

At Tuesday night’s virtual city council meeting, Fullerton council members expressed eagerness to reopen the city’s economy as they presented the city’s steps to follow California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s pandemic resilience roadmap. “I in no way minimize any of the sickness and death that has occurred because of COVID, but simply put, people are desperate […]