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  • More than 400 guests arrived at the Fullerton Arboretum on Friday for a tour through the Haunted Garden.

The proceeds for the event will be returned to the Arboretum and will aid the growth of the Arboretum, said Christie Twentier, special events coordinator.

    CSUF’s Spooky Garden

    More than 400 guests arrived at the Fullerton Arboretum on Friday for a tour through the Haunted Garden. The proceeds for the event will be returned to the Arboretum and will aid the growth of the Arboretum, said Christie Twentier, special events coordinator.

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  • Many of us have had someone we were close to pass away from a sudden or terminal death. Whether it was a grandparent, aunt or uncle or even a friend, the pain that death brings upon us may be awful.

    A Deadly Celebration

    Many of us have had someone we were close to pass away from a sudden or terminal death. Whether it was a grandparent, aunt or uncle or even a friend, the pain that death brings upon us may be awful. "If I was on bad terms with someone and I died, I would want them to remember me in a good way," said health science major Reem Saba.

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  • Proposition 88 is not a good thing. It is wrong and unfair for a number of reasons.

This proposition would allow California to tax property owners without accounting for the revenue. If this proposition passes, politicians in Sacramento will have the authority to spend property owner's money at their own discretion.

    Yes to Education, No to More Property Taxes

    Proposition 88 is not a good thing. It is wrong and unfair for a number of reasons. This proposition would allow California to tax property owners without accounting for the revenue. If this proposition passes, politicians in Sacramento will have the authority to spend property owner's money at their own discretion.

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  • Last week President Bush put his

    Stop the Flow

    Last week President Bush put his "John Hancock" on a bill that approves a 700-mile fence on the border between the United States and Mexico. Onto the actual investment, the Daily Titan is, well, on the fence. While we are ardent supporters of strong homeland security, we think that spending $1.

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  • The war in Iraq reached another low point yesterday. More than 100 Americans have been killed in what has become a bloody October for Iraq.

According to an AP report yesterday, October has been the fourth-deadliest month of the war and at least 2,814 American forces have died since the war began.

    A Bloody October for American Troops

    The war in Iraq reached another low point yesterday. More than 100 Americans have been killed in what has become a bloody October for Iraq. According to an AP report yesterday, October has been the fourth-deadliest month of the war and at least 2,814 American forces have died since the war began.

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  • David Osborne/ Daily Titan

    Everything needs a hug

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  • TODAY

    Campus Calendar

    TODAY "Ditch the Doormat: Assertiveness Skills for Life" is a workshop presented by clinical psychologist Deborah Edelman. Located in the Women's Center UH 205 at noon. WEDNESDAY Student jazz combos in the Performing Arts Center Recital Hall. Performances begin at 8 p.

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  • Celebration - A mojiganga, a giant papier-mache puppet, bounces around to traditional Mexican music during the Day of the Dead Festival Sunday, at the Museum of Latin American Art in Long Beach, CA.

    Dead Day

    Celebration - A mojiganga, a giant papier-mache puppet, bounces around to traditional Mexican music during the Day of the Dead Festival Sunday, at the Museum of Latin American Art in Long Beach, CA.

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