Tag: Cal State Fullerton

Gavin Velasquez tracking a pop fly

CSUF baseball drops final non-conference game to Pepperdine

In typical fashion for CSUF baseball, the sun wound down and began to recede from the vibrantly orange hued

CSUF softball shortstop Sam Kennedy tosses the ball to first base in attempt to complete a double play.

CSUF softball can’t keep up with top ranked UCLA

Los Angeles - Dominant pitching and a three-run second inning by the No. 1 ranked team in the nation,

This is a photo of Melissa Polinar performing at the fourth annual Titan Night Market.

Fourth annual Titan Night Market shared food and music

Rain or shine, the Asian Pacific American Resource Center’s Titan Night Market continued on for its fourth year in

Brittany Wolfe and Austin Monteilh work for Cal State Fullerton University Police.

Former CSUF animation major explains path to criminal justice

Brittany Wolfe, a fifth year student, began her career at Cal State Fullerton as an animation major, with her

CSUF and CSUB tip off from Titan Gym.

Titans’ second half surge not enough in first round of CIT

The chapter of Cal State Fullerton men’s basketball, where the backcourt duo of Kyle Allman Jr. and Khalil Ahmad

President Framrose Virjee celebrates the opening of Club 57, as the interim president.

Framrose Virjee appointed as permanent president of CSUF

Framroze Virjee was appointed as the permanent Cal State Fullerton president by the California State University board of trustees

ASI president and Vice President candidates speak at the campus election debate.

Associated Students host election debate outside Titan Student Union

The Associated Students executive team debates were hosted outside the Titan Student Union last Thursday, giving students a chance

CSUF men's basketball bench look on as the Titans lost to the UCI Anteaters, 92-64, in the Big West title game.

CSUF men’s basketball run into Hazzard, drops Big West title game to UCI

Poor shooting and UC Irvine’s efficiency from 3-point range ended the CSUF men’s basketball team’s chance at becoming back-to-back


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