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  • To promote upcoming events for Cal State Fullerton students, various groups at CSUF drew with chalk on the pavement in the Quad. Among these events publicized is Comm. Week., beginning Monday.

    A bird’s eye view

    To promote upcoming events for Cal State Fullerton students, various groups at CSUF drew with chalk on the pavement in the Quad. Among these events publicized is Comm. Week., beginning Monday.

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  • Plans for building a new five-story student housing unit, which will accommodate 1,000 residents at Cal State Fullerton, are currently underway.

The Student Housing Phase III project will include double-occupancy rooms, shared lounges, kitchenettes, restrooms, study rooms, a recreational lounge and a convenience store, according to Stephen Chamberlain, CSUF's senior project manager.

    New housing aims for a better sense of community

    Plans for building a new five-story student housing unit, which will accommodate 1,000 residents at Cal State Fullerton, are currently underway. The Student Housing Phase III project will include double-occupancy rooms, shared lounges, kitchenettes, restrooms, study rooms, a recreational lounge and a convenience store, according to Stephen Chamberlain, CSUF's senior project manager.

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  • The Cal State Fullerton University Police department recently finished testing their new 911 emergency response system that allows for police to pinpoint a wireless caller's location, giving police an edge on responding to emergency situations on campus.

University Police made the decision to upgrade their system over two years ago after a nationwide concern for dropped calls, delayed emergency response times and wrongful death lawsuits attracted the attention of media and concerned citizens.

    Upgrading the 911 wireless system is a joint effort

    The Cal State Fullerton University Police department recently finished testing their new 911 emergency response system that allows for police to pinpoint a wireless caller's location, giving police an edge on responding to emergency situations on campus. University Police made the decision to upgrade their system over two years ago after a nationwide concern for dropped calls, delayed emergency response times and wrongful death lawsuits attracted the attention of media and concerned citizens.

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  • It started with a passion for film and a membership to Netflix.

The online movie rental site has had a significant impact on Fullerton College student Lisa Gonzalez. It was one of the main factors that led to the documentary film festival currently taking place at the college.

    Awareness through films

    It started with a passion for film and a membership to Netflix. The online movie rental site has had a significant impact on Fullerton College student Lisa Gonzalez. It was one of the main factors that led to the documentary film festival currently taking place at the college.

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  • Eric Lam gets really sweaty every time he performs - but he's not playing sports.

Lam is an accomplished cellist who plays in the Tuesday Recital Series hosted in the Performing Arts building every month.

    CSUF music majors hold free concerts monthly

    Eric Lam gets really sweaty every time he performs - but he's not playing sports. Lam is an accomplished cellist who plays in the Tuesday Recital Series hosted in the Performing Arts building every month. "Sometimes I sweat so much I can't even hold my cello," 18-year-old music major Lam said.

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  • Although famous for his vibrant, colorful and iconic pop art, Andy Warhol has recently revealed another part of his artistic side that nobody has seen.

His personal photography has stayed buried and private to the outside world until recently when Cal State Fullerton's Grand Central Art Center received 155 original Polaroid and black-and-white photographs taken by the artist.

    Warhol’s not-so-everyday snapshots

    Although famous for his vibrant, colorful and iconic pop art, Andy Warhol has recently revealed another part of his artistic side that nobody has seen. His personal photography has stayed buried and private to the outside world until recently when Cal State Fullerton's Grand Central Art Center received 155 original Polaroid and black-and-white photographs taken by the artist.

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  • With only a couple of games left in the season, the race for the NBA's Most Valuable Player award looks like it's going to have a Kentucky Derby-type finish.

Throughout the season there were four names that got some consideration for the award, but only two have separated themselves from the pack.

    Think Different. Think Simon.

    With only a couple of games left in the season, the race for the NBA's Most Valuable Player award looks like it's going to have a Kentucky Derby-type finish. Throughout the season there were four names that got some consideration for the award, but only two have separated themselves from the pack.

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  • After watching a 12-run lead disappear, Cal State Fullerton held on to win a 17-15 slugfest over Big West Conference rival Cal State Northridge on Sunday at Goodwin Field. The Titans (20-12, 6-3) took two-out-of-three from the Matadors (14-16, 4-5) with a 12-0 win on Friday and a 4-2 loss Saturday.

    Baseball overcomes blown lead

    After watching a 12-run lead disappear, Cal State Fullerton held on to win a 17-15 slugfest over Big West Conference rival Cal State Northridge on Sunday at Goodwin Field. The Titans (20-12, 6-3) took two-out-of-three from the Matadors (14-16, 4-5) with a 12-0 win on Friday and a 4-2 loss Saturday.

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