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  • Cal State Fullerton is ready to send students to intern in the nation's capital for the third year this summer.

Last week, Dr. Stephen Stambough, associate professor of political science, and Judy Michaels, the Washington D.C. Internship Program coordinator, held information sessions for interested juniors, seniors and graduates from a variety of majors.

    Intern this Summer in the Nation’s Capital

    Cal State Fullerton is ready to send students to intern in the nation's capital for the third year this summer. Last week, Dr. Stephen Stambough, associate professor of political science, and Judy Michaels, the Washington D.C. Internship Program coordinator, held information sessions for interested juniors, seniors and graduates from a variety of majors.

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  • Come meet the artists who make viewers smile with their comics, impress spectators with their graphics or hypnotize onlookers with their video game villains.

At the upcoming Cal State Fullerton Alumni in the Arts and Entertainment Industry exhibition, the public is invited to examine what these animators, illustrators and painters have to offer.

    Grand Central Art Center hosts CSUF alumni arts exhibit

    Come meet the artists who make viewers smile with their comics, impress spectators with their graphics or hypnotize onlookers with their video game villains. At the upcoming Cal State Fullerton Alumni in the Arts and Entertainment Industry exhibition, the public is invited to examine what these animators, illustrators and painters have to offer.

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  • Jared Grace is not happy. He moved into a creepy new home, his parents are getting a divorce and the evil, ten-foot ogre Mulgarath is attacking him.

Based on the four books of

    ‘Spiderwick’ brings fantasy to your backyard

    Jared Grace is not happy. He moved into a creepy new home, his parents are getting a divorce and the evil, ten-foot ogre Mulgarath is attacking him. Based on the four books of "The Spiderwick Chronicles," created by Tony DiTerlizzi and Holly Black, the film is about Jared, his twin brother Simon and their older sister Mallory, as they open a book with catastrophic repercussions.

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  • Coaches from the Big West, Pac-10 and West Coast Conferences held their annual Southern California College Baseball Media Day Wednesday at Cal State Long Beach's Walter Pyramid and shared one opinion: West Coast baseball is on the rise.

Three of the teams in the USA Today/ESPN Top-25 Coaches' Poll are Cal State Fullerton, Long Beach State and the University of California, Irvine.

    Coaches at media day say that west coast baseball is on the rise.

    Coaches from the Big West, Pac-10 and West Coast Conferences held their annual Southern California College Baseball Media Day Wednesday at Cal State Long Beach's Walter Pyramid and shared one opinion: West Coast baseball is on the rise. Three of the teams in the USA Today/ESPN Top-25 Coaches' Poll are Cal State Fullerton, Long Beach State and the University of California, Irvine.

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Daily Titan Staff Writer
sports@fullerton.edu

Frank Robinson has played his basketball career with athleticism and a passion for being the best. But now Robinson is playing the best basketball of his life and he attributes it to what many athletes forget to do: just havinag fun.

    When passion meets talent

    by Daily Titan Staff Writer sports@fullerton.edu Frank Robinson has played his basketball career with athleticism and a passion for being the best. But now Robinson is playing the best basketball of his life and he attributes it to what many athletes forget to do: just havinag fun.

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  • Technology is getting more and more advanced, but when it is put in the wrong hands, situations can get chaotic. Have you ever had a virus on your computer? That is the detrimental effect of technology. But you are not here to listen to me ramble about computers, but rather a much more serious issue than that -- steroids.

    Professional athletes using steroids should redeem themselves

    Technology is getting more and more advanced, but when it is put in the wrong hands, situations can get chaotic. Have you ever had a virus on your computer? That is the detrimental effect of technology. But you are not here to listen to me ramble about computers, but rather a much more serious issue than that -- steroids.

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  • In a facility surrounded by locked doors, I found freedom. I wrote that my friends provided the light that helped me see in the darkness. It was in that darkness that I found myself spiraling out of control.

I felt as if I was being torn apart from both sides, the side of conscience and the side that was born of my own insecurity and selfishness.

    THE ADVOCATE: Changes, Part two

    In a facility surrounded by locked doors, I found freedom. I wrote that my friends provided the light that helped me see in the darkness. It was in that darkness that I found myself spiraling out of control. I felt as if I was being torn apart from both sides, the side of conscience and the side that was born of my own insecurity and selfishness.

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  • The entertainment gods have smiled on us - the insufferable writers strike is over.

Gone are the fears of insane, ridiculous reality shows like

    TITAN EDITORIAL: Strike over. Now what?

    The entertainment gods have smiled on us - the insufferable writers strike is over. Gone are the fears of insane, ridiculous reality shows like "Farmer Wants a Wife" taking over. No longer will the public wonder about the future of the destined-for-disappointment movies like "Justice League of America" - previously on hiatus with an unfinished script.

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