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Space Management Team Moves Through the Pandemic

Posted on: December 07, 2020 in Campus & Community Stories

Last March, the pandemic forced Titans to push pause on academic life as we knew it. And although the campus has successfully transitioned to life online, some projects simply can’t be done virtually, especially when they have hard deadlines. 

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Discovering Real Possibilities in Virtual Teaching

Posted on: September 25, 2020 in Campus & Community Stories

The traditional classroom abruptly transformed into a computer screen when the university shifted to online instruction amid the uncertainty of the pandemic, and the word “Zoom” became woven into our daily conversations. Economics professor, Kristin Kleinjans, worried about losing that personal connection with her students, but it turns out that not even a virus can […]

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Pollak Library Faculty and Staff Navigate Pandemic

Posted on: September 23, 2020 in Campus & Community Stories

A university’s library is the center of campus life. It’s where lives change as students study their way to achieving their dreams. It’s a place of respite from loud roommates so students can hear themselves think. It’s where friends meet to offer each other support, many building lifelong friendships. But like so much in life […]

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Baseball’s Ortiz Steps Up to the Plate Amid Pandemic

Posted on: July 16, 2020 in Athletics

In these trying times, with the coronavirus pandemic putting a nationwide halt on all college athletics, some players’ first seasons got cut short. Miguel Ortiz was one of those players. Ortiz, known by his teammates and coaches as “Miggy,” is a freshman on the Cal State Fullerton baseball team. With a .281 batting average, .442 […]

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In Celebration of Educators: The Heroes in the COVID-19 Crisis

Posted on: May 05, 2020 in Faculty Stories

Over the past several weeks, in the midst of significant upheaval brought on by COVID-19, our K-12 teachers, counselors and school leaders have been appropriately recognized for their heroic work on behalf of children and families.   Our educators stayed in schools and classrooms during the early days of the pandemic.  Even as the news became […]

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Titan Golfer Adapts to Life in Coronavirus Era

Posted on: April 09, 2020 in Campus & Community Stories

For Dalton Daniel, the enormity of the novel coronavirus crisis became evident three weeks ago on a trip to Arizona.  Daniel, a Cal State Fullerton golfer, and his teammates traveled to Phoenix for a tournament on Wednesday, March 11. During the flight, they learned their university would be shifting to virtual instruction because of the […]

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COVID-19: Titan Partners with Nail Salons to Donate Gloves and Masks

Posted on: April 09, 2020 in Alumni Stories

CSUF alum Tam Nguyen, president of Advance Beauty College, is now working with nail salon owners and their suppliers to turn a negative into a positive for others.  Nail salons are among the businesses hit hard by the coronavirus crisis, and while thousands of salons across Southern California are closed, many owners have come together to try […]

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Moving Home: an Unexpected Twist on Freshman Year

Posted on: April 06, 2020 in Student Stories

The news came fast, and my family group chat was blowing up asking me when I’d be coming home.  Leaving Cal State Fullerton because of the coronavirus pandemic meant a lot of things. It meant the abrupt end of my freshman year on campus, the cancellation of two of Funny People Society’s biggest improv shows […]

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Titan’s Kogi Truck Offers Tacos to Social Distancing Families in Need

Posted on: April 04, 2020 in Alumni Stories

On a recent Wednesday, a Titan-owned food truck became a drive-thru and Taco Tuesday became Taco Wednesday, and none of it cost a dime to the partakers. To help social distancing families facing financial hardships because of the new coronavirus shutdowns, Titan Roy Choi’s Kogi Korean BBQ, a Korean-Mexican taco truck chain, gave out 300 free taco […]

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Campus Housing: Should I Stay or Should I Go?

Posted on: March 27, 2020 in Student Stories

My name is Cassidy Figueroa, and I have been living on campus since I transferred to Cal State Fullerton in August of 2018. I chose to live on campus because it was better than commuting from Oceanside, and I felt like it would give me the chance to make friends and experience all that the […]

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COVID-19 As Seen Through the Lens of a Videographer

Posted on: March 25, 2020 in Student Stories

It’s been an odd month. We’re going into April, Spring is upon us, there’s been way too much rain, and there’s a virus. My name is Luke Rooney, I’m a student videographer for Cal State Fullerton, and for the past two weeks, I’ve been staying home. The campus might be closed, but homework and projects […]

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Student-Athlete Adapts to Softball Season Cut Short

Posted on: March 24, 2020 in Student Stories

Social media interna and utility player on the Titans championship softball team talks about losing her senior season to the virus and her hope to comeback for one more season.

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Balancing Virtual Instruction and The Game She Loves to Play

Posted on: March 24, 2020 in Student Stories

Women’s basketball forward and social media Intern Carolyn talks about playing the final game of her remarkable season in an empty stadium and what the virus means to her as a student athlete.

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A Student Journalist Navigates Online Storytelling

Posted on: March 24, 2020 in Student Stories

Angelina’s Dequina talks about the virus and how she is using it as an opportunity to examine how journalists are covering the pandemic.

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Gastronome Chef Brings Comfort to the Table in Uncertain Times

Posted on: March 24, 2020 in Staff Stories

They simply call him Chef Ubi. He is the executive chef for the Gastronome. He prepares delicious varieties of meals for students, staff and faculty throughout the school year. Special celebrations on campus feature many of his exquisite meals that rival any five-star restaurant. These days he is prepping grab and go lunches for students still living in on-campus housing. We chat with Chef about the virus and what it means for him and the students he calls his own.

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Student Assistant Examines Communications in Time of Crisis

Posted on: March 24, 2020 in Student Stories

Student assistant Mirabella Isais talks about the virus and its impact on her and communication. She sees how social media can help and hurt.

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