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  • Science fiction, autobiography, and philosophy will be the themes of the Pollak Library's upcoming author lecture series.

The series sponsored by the Patrons of the Library will feature one guest speaker per month starting on Jan. 28.

    Pollak to Host Lecture Series

    Science fiction, autobiography, and philosophy will be the themes of the Pollak Library's upcoming author lecture series. The series sponsored by the Patrons of the Library will feature one guest speaker per month starting on Jan. 28. "We are very excited about this series," said Howard Seller, professor emeritus of English at Cal State Fullerton, in an interview with Titan Media Relations.

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  • For a night, they put down their bats and gloves, instead going to battle with hearts and diamonds.

The scene was lavish at the

    Tustin Benefit Draws Sports Stars

    For a night, they put down their bats and gloves, instead going to battle with hearts and diamonds. The scene was lavish at the "Luck Be a Lady" casino night, a fundraiser held at Joe's Garage Automotive Museum in Tustin to benefit the Orange County Child Abuse Prevention Center.

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  • It's the beginning of a new semester.

Students pack newly bought binders and freshly sharpened pencils into their backpacks, put their spring 2007 parking permits in place and stroll across campus in perhaps a brand new outfit to their classes.

But students are not the only ones who will start off the semester with a fresh look.

    Titan Student Union Getting Facelift

    It's the beginning of a new semester. Students pack newly bought binders and freshly sharpened pencils into their backpacks, put their spring 2007 parking permits in place and stroll across campus in perhaps a brand new outfit to their classes. But students are not the only ones who will start off the semester with a fresh look.

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  • Students who thought book prices and parking were big problems might have to turn their attention to something else: a tuition increase.

According to the Los Angeles Times, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's budget proposal will raise fees next year by about 7 percent at UC campuses and about 10 percent at CSUs.

    Fees Will Increase Up to 10% Under Arnold

    Students who thought book prices and parking were big problems might have to turn their attention to something else: a tuition increase. According to the Los Angeles Times, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's budget proposal will raise fees next year by about 7 percent at UC campuses and about 10 percent at CSUs.

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  • While some are slogging to the gym to make good on their New Years' resolution, Kali Knapp has not missed a beat. The kinesiology major is in rigorous training for the figure competition at Anaheim's Orange County Muscle Classic, an annual showcase for amateur bodybuilders held each spring.

    Figuring It Out

    While some are slogging to the gym to make good on their New Years' resolution, Kali Knapp has not missed a beat. The kinesiology major is in rigorous training for the figure competition at Anaheim's Orange County Muscle Classic, an annual showcase for amateur bodybuilders held each spring.

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  • Monday Jan. 22

-Information Stations 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.: Information stations will be located around campus to assist students with general questions. Locations include: McCarthy Hall, Library/Performing Arts, Engineering/Computer Science, and Nutwood Parking Structure.

    Campus Calendar

    Monday Jan. 22 -Information Stations 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.: Information stations will be located around campus to assist students with general questions. Locations include: McCarthy Hall, Library/Performing Arts, Engineering/Computer Science, and Nutwood Parking Structure.

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  • 1/3/07  11:19 am
A suspicious person was spotted in the patio of the Health Center looking into windows and intimidating staff.  He was in his 20s and wearing a green button up short sleeve shirt.

1/4/07  4:17 am
A man stated he is hearing voices from the bushes near Gym Dr and State College.

    Cop Blotter

    1/3/07 11:19 am A suspicious person was spotted in the patio of the Health Center looking into windows and intimidating staff. He was in his 20s and wearing a green button up short sleeve shirt. 1/4/07 4:17 am A man stated he is hearing voices from the bushes near Gym Dr and State College.

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  • The Health Center has opened its new sliding glass doors to once again offer students counseling, basic healthcare, as well as discounted prescription and over-the-counter drugs.

The front area of the Health Center has been remodeled recently and is ready to handle the average flow of 80 to 100 students visiting the health center every day.

    Health Center Offers at Least 50 Percent Off Medication

    The Health Center has opened its new sliding glass doors to once again offer students counseling, basic healthcare, as well as discounted prescription and over-the-counter drugs. The front area of the Health Center has been remodeled recently and is ready to handle the average flow of 80 to 100 students visiting the health center every day.

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