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  • Clearly, our kids are crazy.

They must be. In fact, if it weren't for the anti-psych meds being shoveled down their gullets, America's children would probably be lighting fires and bouncing off walls right now.

Yes, U.S. parents are now feeding their kids more pills than cereal flakes.

    TITAN EDITORIAL: Parental misguidance

    Clearly, our kids are crazy. They must be. In fact, if it weren't for the anti-psych meds being shoveled down their gullets, America's children would probably be lighting fires and bouncing off walls right now. Yes, U.S. parents are now feeding their kids more pills than cereal flakes.

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  • If there is one thing 22-year-old Tony Feng hates, it's wasting time. As a full-time college student, he can't really afford to.

The echoes of his footsteps were light and brisk as he quickly and quietly made his way toward campus through Cal State Fullerton's State College parking structure.

    Cracking down on delinquent motorists

    If there is one thing 22-year-old Tony Feng hates, it's wasting time. As a full-time college student, he can't really afford to. The echoes of his footsteps were light and brisk as he quickly and quietly made his way toward campus through Cal State Fullerton's State College parking structure.

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  • Every Monday night a group of Cal State Fullerton volunteers dedicate their time to strengthen the reading skills of underprivileged children at Project Read, a program focusing on promoting literacy among children living in a transitional home.

    Project Read helps them up

    Every Monday night a group of Cal State Fullerton volunteers dedicate their time to strengthen the reading skills of underprivileged children at Project Read, a program focusing on promoting literacy among children living in a transitional home. "Project Read works to promote literacy and provide mentors for these kids," said Jo Laurista, a senior and psychology major who is one of the project's directors.

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  • Officer Eva Ku traded in her sketch pad for an officer's notebook, and with an upcoming graduation, she said she is ready to pursue her unexpected career as an officer for campus police. Ku is also being honored as Employee of the Quarter.

    Breaking traditional barriers

    Officer Eva Ku traded in her sketch pad for an officer's notebook, and with an upcoming graduation, she said she is ready to pursue her unexpected career as an officer for campus police. Ku is also being honored as Employee of the Quarter. "I'm usually the trouble maker, the leader of the pack," said Ku, a 24-year-old sociology major.

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  • A wide and varied collection of organizations joined with thousands of donor family members at the sixth annual Donate Life Run/Walk at Cal State Fullerton to support the life-saving cause of organ and tissue donation.

Last year more than 8,000 deceased donors made more than 22,000 organ transplants possible.

    Over 6,000 people run/walk for organ donation

    A wide and varied collection of organizations joined with thousands of donor family members at the sixth annual Donate Life Run/Walk at Cal State Fullerton to support the life-saving cause of organ and tissue donation. Last year more than 8,000 deceased donors made more than 22,000 organ transplants possible.

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  • The hard work and dedication of Human Communications Professor Stella Ting-Toomey was recognized this past week when she received Cal State Fullerton's highest honor, the Outstanding Professor Award. It is the second major honor that she has received within the past month, having also been presented with the Wang Family Excellence Award.

    Professor receives university’s highest teaching honor

    The hard work and dedication of Human Communications Professor Stella Ting-Toomey was recognized this past week when she received Cal State Fullerton's highest honor, the Outstanding Professor Award. It is the second major honor that she has received within the past month, having also been presented with the Wang Family Excellence Award.

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    MULTIMEDIA: Gray kid

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  • The East Atrium Gallery of the Pollak Library is an unusual place to host a poetry reading.

The nearby library entrance brings with it the hushed conversations and syncopated foot traffic of students coming in to beat the heat and check their MySpace pages.

    Pollak Library is forum for ‘many voices’

    The East Atrium Gallery of the Pollak Library is an unusual place to host a poetry reading. The nearby library entrance brings with it the hushed conversations and syncopated foot traffic of students coming in to beat the heat and check their MySpace pages.

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