CSUF Neena Dimas falls to the ground to stop the volleyball from hitting the floor.

Cal State Fullerton volleyball defeated by Long Beach State, extends losing streak to 14 games

Cal State Fullerton volleyball extended its losing streak to 14 games after being swept by Long Beach State on

Elevator permits are out-of-date.

Several elevators at Cal State Fullerton are missing current permits

Cal State Fullerton has multiple elevators that are out of compliance with the California conveyance code, which states “no

New CSUF professor, Christa Greenfader, teaches from experience.

New CSUF professor Christa Greenfader teaches from experience

Cal State Fullerton’s new child and adolescent development department (CHAD) professor, Christa Greenfader said her outlook as a mother

Student performers sing in front of a crowd at Concert Under the Stars

Concert Under the Stars helps fund performing arts programs

Cal State Fullerton’s annual Concert Under the Stars offered an energetic show featuring alumna Cindy Shea and her all-female

A picture of a yellow Operation PED sign warning students to follow all pedestrian laws.

Pedestrian tickets punish CSUF students in the name of safety

The sour memory of citations may remain, but students have returned to their normal, hurried pace across school intersections

A map of sanctuary cities in California

California remains a sanctuary state

On Aug. 1 the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals decision found that President Donald Trump’s January 2017 executive

Tau Kappa Epsilon members

Fraternity TKE looking to return to campus after 20 years

In 1998, the Cal State Fullerton chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity received several different complaints including someone firing

CSUF's forward Bass Sarr confronts St. Francis' midfielder Kevin Smolyn during the Titans 2-2 tie.

CSUF men’s soccer draws tie against St. Francis University

Sunday night was repeated doses of deja vu disguised as a soccer game, as Cal State Fullerton men’s soccer


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