Titans are giving thanks and helping those less fortunate this holiday season, including a food drive held by business fraternity Pi Sigma Epsilon.
Several acres of lawn across campus will be removed as part of Cal State Fullerton's efforts to reduce water usage by 28 percent, or roughly 50 million gallons.
John Spiak, director and curator of the Grand Central Art Center; G. Ray Kerciu, professor emeritus of art; and the Nicholas and Lee Begovich Gallery, were recognized in OC Weekly's "Best of Orange County 2015."
Miser Ebenezer Scrooge and the ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Yet to Come visit Cal State Fullerton during the Nov. 20 - Dec. 13 run of Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol" at the Young Theatre.
Students, faculty and staff gathered Wednesday afternoon to hold a PeaceGiving vigil in light of the tragic events that took place recently in France, Lebanon, Beirut and other corners of the world.
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