Tag: college

Former CSUF student Kylie Montoya steps up as Clippers dancer

Youth sports is all about teaching sportsmanship and competitiveness, getting rough and showing grit. However, middle schooler Kylie Montoya

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Malia Obama doesn’t require a squeaky clean resume but everyday citizens do

Recent outcry over former first daughter Malia Obama,19, has celebrities and political figures tweeting away for the privacy of

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Interim Provost Anil Puri reflects on his past 40 years at CSUF

On a bookshelf in Anil Puri’s, Ph.D., office sits a framed transcript. However, it does not belong to Puri,

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Letter to the Editor – Milo Yiannopoulos’ visit to campus is a welcoming challenge

I am emphatically looking forward to attending Milo Yiannopoulos’ talk on Halloween. I have mixed feelings about how our

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Students shouldn’t have to pay for college textbooks

With broke college students paying thousands of dollars in tuition, buying textbooks is the last thing they should be

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Unpaid internships don’t benefit students or their employers

Employers continue to hinder and selfishly take advantage of students through unpaid internships. If employers paid their student interns,

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Top study tips for college students at Cal State Fullerton

Everyone’s level of organization sets the foundation for how the rest of their semester will flow. If students haphazardly

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New York is a beacon of free tuition as they are the first state to institute two- and four-year college with no charge

Tennessee became the first state to offer tuition-free community college back in 2015. Now, New York has furthered the

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