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After the Protests: Seeking Justice in Quarantine

Responding to calls for social justice and loving our neighbor

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Fullerton Fox Theatre to celebrate 90th birthday with Roaring Twenties flair

The Fullerton Fox Theatre has undergone renovations and re-installed its iconic sign.

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Gathering held to mark third anniversary of Kelly Thomas’ death

FULLERTON – Ron Thomas, father of mentally-ill transient Kelly Thomas, said at a memorial gathering Saturday, July 5, that he has seen some positive strides made in the past three years since his son died following a confrontation by three then-Fullerton police officers in July 2011. The fallout of that confrontation led to the resignation and recall of several […]

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Opinion: ‘Student success’ fee compromise shows CSUF willing to consider student opinions

CSUF handles fee backlash well, rightly wishes to improve its tech and classrooms The California State University has hit some hard times in the past few years, and various “student success” fees are only the most recent band aids proposed to fix a gaping hole of inadequate funds. But after several years of frustrating (2009 […]

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Eight-car crash in Fullerton leaves one dead, five injured

“It sounded like a bomb,” witness Todd Degalo, a realtor at Century 21 Discovery, said of hearing the sound of an eight-car crash police say was caused by a man driving a yellow truck who was speeding and driving on the wrong side of the street. The driver of that truck was killed in the […]

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Business leaders meet at Mihaylo Hall at CSUF

Orange County business leaders meet at Steven G. Mihaylo Hall at Cal State Fullerton to discuss family businesses in the last monthly family boot camp meeting of the semester, sponsored by the Center for Family Business. The panelists are (from left):  Mark Boyes, a benefit consultant with Barney & Barney compensation consulting practice; Nancy Ferruzzo is […]

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A glimpse behind the Cal State Fullerton police badge

Originally published by the Daily Titan on April 24, 2013 here. Photos and text by Tim Worden. University Police Officer Hollyfield, callsign “307,” gets a call at 11:07 a.m. “307, there’s a girl in the library, she’s passed out,” the police dispatcher says. Hollyfield, at University Police’s parking lot north of the Titan Student Union, […]

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Downtown Fullerton street photography

After touring downtown Los Angeles a few weeks ago, I was curious to try out street photography. Street photography is a National Geographic-type candid photography of people  in public places like concerts and downtown areas. I went to downtown Fullerton in Southern California on a hot late-afternoon (around Chapman and Harbor). It has a pretty vibrant night life […]

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Fullerton’s Soco West Parking Structure opens in downtown

The new Soco West Parking Structure next to downtown Fullerton’s Transportation Center opened this week. According to the city’s website, the grand opening was Wednesday, June 20 but it was open to the public Tuesday, June 19. The architecture is modern and impressive (it reminds me of Cal State Fullerton’s new Eastside Parking Structure) and […]