Tag: students for quality education

CSUF University Police K9 Glock and handler Officer Matt Bauer during ASI meeting.

University Police speaks to ASI on campus safety procedures

Cal State Fullerton University Police Chief, Raymund Aguirre, and K-9 handler, Officer Matt Bauer, attended the Associated Students Board

Students for Quality Education member Liz Sanchez speaks at the meeting of the Brea Olinda Unified School District.

Students for Quality Education, M.E.Ch.A. rally for expansion of sex education in public schools

Rally members voiced their opinions on Monday about the California Healthy Youth Act, an act that expands sex education,

A row of students with tape over their mouths and signs march in front of the Governor's Mansion

Students and faculty head to Sacramento protest Gov. Jerry Brown’s budget for CSU schools

SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Over 1,000 students and faculty from across the state were brought together Wednesday morning to protest


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


Law Enforcement Appreciation Day put on by Cal State Fullerton College Republicans club faces opposition

The Cal State Fullerton College Republicans club displayed ribbons and a police car on Titan Walk on Tuesday as


Liz Sanchez dedicates their life to change through activism and education

Editor’s Note: This story has been edited to remove claims that did not meet Daily Titan verification standards.   Liz Sanchez


Milo Yiannopoulos and limited CSUF finances the focus of Academic Senate meeting

Despite violent protests and multiple arrests, Cal State Fullerton President Mildred García said that Milo Yiannopoulos’ visit to CSUF


Associated Students, Inc. approves resolution denouncing hate speech, removes references of Milo Yiannopoulos

The Titan Student Union Board Room was packed to the brim behind makeshift barriers Tuesday as the Associated Students,


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