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Cal State Fullerton Journalism

The Life and Death of a Bill at a State College

“Cal State Fullerton Email Policy” is a bill that was never meant to be. Its first public appearance, in a Sept. 5, 2002 Cal State Fullerton Academic Senate document, simply informs the senators that an email policy is being drafted. Its next appearance, two weeks later, however, foreshadows the bill’s muddled future: “The proposed e-mail (sic) […]

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Cal State Fullerton becomes smoke-free campus

Cal State Fullerton became the first Cal State university to become a smoke-free campus today, Aug 1. Signs of Tuffy, the school mascot, with a no-smoking symbol have been placed on campus (pictured above). It is a law a year in the making, having been signed as President’s Directive No. 18, University Smoking Policy, last […]

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Photography

Photo essay: A cloudy summer day in downtown Fullerton

My friend Augie and I went out to practice taking pictures around downtown Fullerton yesterday.

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Mihaylo Hall at Cal State Fullerton

Mihaylo Hall, Cal State Fullerton’s business and economics building, is one of the university’s newest and nicest buildings. Most famously, the building was at the center of a SWAT manhunt for a robbery suspect in December 2012. CSUF has a history of the building here.

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Downtown Fullerton

A memorial for Kelly Thomas stands, in June 2013, near the spot where Thomas was alleged to have been beaten by police officers almost two years ago. My friend Josh and I had dinner in downtown Fullerton while I continued practicing with my 50mm Nikon lens.

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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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Director screens film on Cambodian gambling community

Director and screenplay writer Caylee So spoke about making Paulina, a film that shows a Cambodian adolescent living in Long Beach who becomes addicted to gambling, at Cal State Fullerton on May 13, 2013. Above: Dom Magwili, an Asian-American studies professor at CSUF, participates in a discussion about the film Paulina, about a Cambodian-American adolescent. […]

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Search for Maribel Ramos, missing CSUF student, to expand this weekend

Update May 16, 2013 at 10 a.m.: A post on the “Find Maribel Ramos” Facebook page announced an Awareness Walk scheduled for Saturday, May 18, in Peters Canyon Trail in Tustin. The post said they are not authorized for a search rescue but will pass out fliers. As the search for a Cal State Fullerton […]

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Students: Cal State Fullerton

Cal State Fullerton student Jerome Terell, 23, a master ’s student in civil engineering and team leader of the Green Cam pus program, talks about how the campus is adopting energy-efficient technologies. Full story: http://www.dailytitan.com/2013/05/efficiency-group-aims-to-reduce-energy-use/ Devon Guerrero, 25, a history major, sets down his book bag and takes a moment to notice the Palestinian war wall […]

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Cal State Fullerton Linguistics Symposium

Cal State Fullerton linguistics professor Timothy Henry, Ph.D., left, and Franz Mueller, Ph.D. share a laugh during a conversation between lectures at the 2013 CSUF Linguistics Symposium in the Titan Student Union. In the photo below, Professor Mueller talks about language variation in the South Pacific area. Photos by Tim Worden.