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  • The joke of an alliance that entered Iraq is officially beginning to fall apart.

Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown announced Monday that he will reduce the number of troops in Iraq by half from around 5,000 to 2,500 by next spring. Officially, Gordon remains interested in Iraq's future, but decided to withdraw troops because of the supposed success of the American troop surge.

    TITAN EDITORIAL: Coalition? What coalition?

    The joke of an alliance that entered Iraq is officially beginning to fall apart. Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown announced Monday that he will reduce the number of troops in Iraq by half from around 5,000 to 2,500 by next spring. Officially, Gordon remains interested in Iraq's future, but decided to withdraw troops because of the supposed success of the American troop surge.

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  • For decades, the Statue of Liberty has been calling to the world for

    THE HIGHER GROUND: On Immigration

    For decades, the Statue of Liberty has been calling to the world for "your poor, your tired, your huddled masses." The United States was created on immigration, yet immigration continues to be a hot government debate. That is because no matter what measures are going to be taken, immigration will continue.

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  • Those who join sororities during freshman year are usually the popularity-obsessed, just out of high school-teens who must buy their way into established social circles to sustain their carefully crafted image.

Do not get me wrong, a group of women empowering and supporting each other while achieving academic excellence and community service is an amazing cause.

    Not everybody wants to go Greek

    Those who join sororities during freshman year are usually the popularity-obsessed, just out of high school-teens who must buy their way into established social circles to sustain their carefully crafted image. Do not get me wrong, a group of women empowering and supporting each other while achieving academic excellence and community service is an amazing cause.

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  • Cal State Fullerton students commuting to school are able to gauge traffic congestion with the help of the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) electronic signs lining the freeway. However, once in a while, traffic information is replaced by Amber Alerts: real-time information about a child abduction often including the child's name, age and the make and license plate number of the abductor's car.

    Lecture features stats and stories on missing children

    Cal State Fullerton students commuting to school are able to gauge traffic congestion with the help of the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) electronic signs lining the freeway. However, once in a while, traffic information is replaced by Amber Alerts: real-time information about a child abduction often including the child's name, age and the make and license plate number of the abductor's car.

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  • Minority violence tends to remain within the same race, contradicting media portrayals of rampant cases of interracial violence in mixed ethnic areas, according to a study by three UC Irvine professors.

Despite the study's focus on Watts and neighborhoods in South Los Angeles, UCI professor George Tita believes his study is significant to Orange County and other areas as well.

    Study focuses on minority violence in Los Angeles

    Minority violence tends to remain within the same race, contradicting media portrayals of rampant cases of interracial violence in mixed ethnic areas, according to a study by three UC Irvine professors. Despite the study's focus on Watts and neighborhoods in South Los Angeles, UCI professor George Tita believes his study is significant to Orange County and other areas as well.

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  • Offering a diverse sisterhood experience, Hermanas Unidas brings culture and unity to a Cal State Fullerton campus where the Hispanic population is 26 percent.

At 7 p.m. the smell of churros wafts throughout the Titan Student Union where the organization meets every Wednesday.

    Sorority-like club on campus celebrates Hispanic culture

    Offering a diverse sisterhood experience, Hermanas Unidas brings culture and unity to a Cal State Fullerton campus where the Hispanic population is 26 percent. At 7 p.m. the smell of churros wafts throughout the Titan Student Union where the organization meets every Wednesday.

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  • Dressed in ghoulish costuming and drenched in fake blood, the members of the band

    Queen Mary expands its attractions

    Dressed in ghoulish costuming and drenched in fake blood, the members of the band "Everyday Tragedy" looked like they had survived a tragedy out of the ordinary, but they were hardly out of place. The local band played the grass section of "Purgatory Park" at the preview event of the 13th annual Queen Mary Shipwreck Halloween Horror Fest in Long Beach last weekend.

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  • Students attended school Monday while government agencies took the day off for Columbus Day. Nice going, way to keep the dying folklore alive, Big Brother.

Christopher Columbus: explorer and innovator, but also a pillager, rapist and murderer. And apparently, a national hero.

    TITAN EDITORIAL: No reason to honor Columbus

    Students attended school Monday while government agencies took the day off for Columbus Day. Nice going, way to keep the dying folklore alive, Big Brother. Christopher Columbus: explorer and innovator, but also a pillager, rapist and murderer. And apparently, a national hero.

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