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  • Jeannie Fulton, the widow of former Cal State Fullerton baseball coach Bill Fulton, is setting up a scholarship for student-athletes and is attempting to raise $25,000 for the scholarship.

Bill Fulton laid the groundwork for what is now one of the most dominating baseball programs in college sports.

    Former CSUF Baseball Head Coach’s Wife Trying to Establish Scholarship

    Jeannie Fulton, the widow of former Cal State Fullerton baseball coach Bill Fulton, is setting up a scholarship for student-athletes and is attempting to raise $25,000 for the scholarship. Bill Fulton laid the groundwork for what is now one of the most dominating baseball programs in college sports.

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  • The annual Cal State Fullerton alumni baseball game was held at Goodwin Field with a team of alumni-comprised of former players and current major and minor league players, playing the current team.

The alumni team took control in the first two innings and eventually held on to win 7-4 over the current Titans in a Saturday afternoon showdown.

    Past Titan Star Rouse Shines for Alumni

    The annual Cal State Fullerton alumni baseball game was held at Goodwin Field with a team of alumni-comprised of former players and current major and minor league players, playing the current team. The alumni team took control in the first two innings and eventually held on to win 7-4 over the current Titans in a Saturday afternoon showdown.

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  • Where were you on Jan. 6 of this year? Were you at work? You better have a good excuse for not being at Titan Gym that night if you weren't at work.

The Titans men's basketball team had its biggest win of the season and only 820 people showed up.  It was the first time in four seasons that the Titans had beaten Pacific, and only the fourth time in 16 games, and almost no one was there to celebrate.

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    Where were you on Jan. 6 of this year? Were you at work? You better have a good excuse for not being at Titan Gym that night if you weren't at work. The Titans men's basketball team had its biggest win of the season and only 820 people showed up. It was the first time in four seasons that the Titans had beaten Pacific, and only the fourth time in 16 games, and almost no one was there to celebrate.

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  • The Cal State Fullerton men's basketball team continued to show their dominance at the Titan Gym Saturday, beating fellow Big West Conference foe UC Irvine 75-60 in front of an uncharacteristically loud 1,869 fans.

Juniors Scott Cutley and Frank Robinson tallied 18 points each to help lead their team to a first place 6-2 conference record.

    Titan Basketball Hitting Their Stride

    The Cal State Fullerton men's basketball team continued to show their dominance at the Titan Gym Saturday, beating fellow Big West Conference foe UC Irvine 75-60 in front of an uncharacteristically loud 1,869 fans. Juniors Scott Cutley and Frank Robinson tallied 18 points each to help lead their team to a first place 6-2 conference record.

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  • My palms sweat and hands tremble as my index finger hovers above the

    Playing with Online Fire

    My palms sweat and hands tremble as my index finger hovers above the "Enter" key. Clearing my head of second thoughts, or any thoughts for that matter, I hold my head up high, type the magic letters "y-e-s" into the text box and tap the "submit" key with a bold and confident jolt.

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  • With Fashion Week underway, menswear designers offered a glimpse of the future with their fall and winter 2007 collections.

Some designers channeled an era in which men were polished and well tailored, while others delved further into a future full of sleek design.

    Men’s Spring Wear Gets a New Shape

    With Fashion Week underway, menswear designers offered a glimpse of the future with their fall and winter 2007 collections. Some designers channeled an era in which men were polished and well tailored, while others delved further into a future full of sleek design.

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  • A few years ago, I had a conversation with a friend who is blind.  I asked him,

    The Advocate

    A few years ago, I had a conversation with a friend who is blind. I asked him, "What is it like to be blind?" He replied: "It's like closing your eyes." Ignorance. I have encountered a lot of it as a student at Cal State Fullerton. People are surprised that I am able to pursue a career in journalism and have expressed such surprise to my face.

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  • This is what a lot of people were thinking after reading my previous articles on atheism and my de-conversion from Christianity.  It's a valid question.  I mean, I have no interest in the WNBA therefore, I'm not writing columns about it. But I am interested in religion because it has many fascinating elements, and it is important to understand because religion is part of the framework of human history.

    Losing My Religion

    This is what a lot of people were thinking after reading my previous articles on atheism and my de-conversion from Christianity. It's a valid question. I mean, I have no interest in the WNBA therefore, I'm not writing columns about it. But I am interested in religion because it has many fascinating elements, and it is important to understand because religion is part of the framework of human history.

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