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White named new Cal State University chancellor

By David Hood and Tim Worden, published in Tuesday’s Daily Titan. Timothy P. White, Chancellor of UC Riverside, was elected to succeed Charles Reed as the new Chancellor of the California State University, which enrolls 427,000 students. White will be the seventh CSU chancellor and is expected to begin in December. White, 63, who was […]

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Maui Madness at CSUF

Associated Students Inc. Productions (ASIP) put on a Maui Madness party in the Quad at Cal State Fullerton Monday. The event had free Juice it Up smoothies, limbo, coconut bowling, and a photo booth and Hawaiian luau clothing to wear for pictures. Here is me (left), my brother Daniel (center), and my friend Muhammed (left) at […]

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Cal State Fullerton News

My Mihaylo Moment

Today is “My Mihaylo Moment” day at Cal State Fullerton. Students can pose with props in front of Steven Mihaylo’s statue at Steven G. Mihaylo Hall. Mihaylo, a philanthropist, donated a $30 million donation for the College of Business and Economics in 2008, according to CSUF’s Philanthropic Foundation. Students can hashtag their photos with #MyMihayloMoment […]

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Preacher makes first appearance

This preacher made his first appearance of the semester at Cal State Fullerton Tuesday in front of the Humanities and Social Sciences Building.  At 1 p.m. Tuesday, there was a steady crowd of more than 150 students and two police officers. (Unfortunately I forgot his name so I’ll call him the preacher.) After the preacher […]

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CSUF kicks off Constitution Day

Read the full article here in the Daily Titan. Constitution Day festivities were kicked off at Cal State Fullerton with a panel that examined hot-button issues including health care, immigration and the 2012 elections at the Becker Amphitheater Thursday. About 80 students braved the heat to attend the noontime panel, “Contemporary Challenges to the U.S. […]

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Cal State Fullerton News Politics

CSUF spotlights Constitution Day

Constitution Day, celebrated Sept. 17, celebrates the adoption of the Constitution, which defines the U.S. government’s powers and ensures democracy. Originally posted in Wednesday’s Daily Titan. A Constitution Day panel put on by Cal State Fullerton’s Division of Politics, Administration and Justice is to be held at the Becker Amphitheater Thursday, Sept. 13. The panel, […]

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Entertainment Television

Review: NBC’s ‘Revolution’ disappointing

Its strong post-apocalyptic concept of a world without technology resonates well, but the show lacks originality and has room for improvements It has been more than two years since it ended, but I still love Lost. But I am not the only one that has felt unfilled in its absence: For two years, TV networks […]

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Welcoming New Students

Day one of the Fall 2012 Discoverfest at Cal State Fullerton has concluded. Despite the cloudy weather, the Quad was still crowded. Students can check out day two of the Discoverfest on Thursday (Sept. 6) from 11:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the Quad. Discoverfest gives students a good chance to get connected on campus. […]

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Cal State Fullerton Journalism News

Learning to be a newspaper Copy Editor

You know the Soup Nazi from Seinfeld? Yeah, this isn’t about him, except I was thinking of him since I now work as a Grammar Nazi. I am a Copy Editor at Cal State Fullerton’s newspaper, The Daily Titan, where I ensure that the newspaper has proper facts, grammar and style. Journalists are a passionate […]

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L.A. man allegedly disappears, police say

DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES- A man allegedly disappeared “into thin air” here while walking on Main and 5th avenues Monday afternoon, authorities say. The L.A.P.D. is withholding the man’s name due to “the peculiar circumstances of the case,” a spokesman said. “We just had lunch and were walking to our car when all the sudden he […]