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Recently elected Associated Students leaders discuss goals for new year

Last spring, the student body of Cal State Fullerton recently elected Associated Students leaders to serve as head of student


CSUF President Fram Virjee and ASI President Laila Dadabhoy opened themselves up to questions from campus community

Students and faculty stared at two empty chairs with microphones at the front of the Titan Student Union Pavilion


CSUF Associated Students holds closed election hearings; expert says meetings were illegal

Associated Students violated a California open meeting law over the last two weeks by failing to post agendas for

ASI president candidate Celine Moubayed and vice president candidate Colin Eacobellis address the Sports Clubs Inter-Club Council.

Two candidates for CSUF ASI elections disqualified for sending campaign spam to students

Associated Students, or ASI, candidates Celine Moubayed and Colin Eacobellis were disqualified from the election Wednesday due to violations

Associated Students, Inc. president and vice president candidates speak at the Sports Clubs Inter-Club Council meeting on March 9, 2018.

Candidates for ASI president and vice president bring experience from all across CSUF to 2018 election

Three pairs of Titans have thrown their hats into the ring of the ongoing election to become the next

Sports clubs coordinator Lydia Ayala speaks to members of the Sports Club Inter-Club Council at their meeting on March 9.

Sports clubs coordinator at CSUF resigns in light of funding concerns being “brushed aside”

Lydia Ayala tearfully resigned as the coordinator for sports clubs at CSUF during the Sports Clubs Inter-Club Council (SC-ICC)


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


CSUF honors legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. with weeklong celebration

Coinciding with the first week of the spring semester, the Cal State Fullerton community honored civil rights leader Martin


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