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  • Cal State Fullerton's playwriting students attended

    Festival of Student-Written Productions Highlights Local Titan Talent

    Cal State Fullerton's playwriting students attended "On Your Feet," the name of the new play festival introducing student-written plays on Friday and Saturday. The festival had three showings - Friday and Saturday night at 8 p.m. and a matinee on Saturday at 2 p.

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  • When advertising major Erik Ryerson, 23, isn't occupied with homework or at his internship as an online marketing specialist, he can be found at command central - his bedroom.

Complete with three computer screens, an LCD TV and a high-speed Internet connection, Ryerson said he has virtually everything he needs to be informed and express his opinions.

    Getting Wired and Getting Political

    When advertising major Erik Ryerson, 23, isn't occupied with homework or at his internship as an online marketing specialist, he can be found at command central - his bedroom. Complete with three computer screens, an LCD TV and a high-speed Internet connection, Ryerson said he has virtually everything he needs to be informed and express his opinions.

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  • California Faculty Association members of the largest state university system will vote this week on whether to ratify a tentative contract agreement they reached with the CSUs.

Union members on the 23 campuses will vote this week on whether they approve the ratification of the tentative agreement reached in April.

    Faculty Votes for New Contract

    California Faculty Association members of the largest state university system will vote this week on whether to ratify a tentative contract agreement they reached with the CSUs. Union members on the 23 campuses will vote this week on whether they approve the ratification of the tentative agreement reached in April.

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  • Thousands gathered in Santa Ana on Tuesday afternoon for a march supporting a program designed to legalize undocumented immigrants and to end workplace raids.

Many marchers waved either American or Mexican flags as they chanted,

    Protesting Immigration Law

    Thousands gathered in Santa Ana on Tuesday afternoon for a march supporting a program designed to legalize undocumented immigrants and to end workplace raids. Many marchers waved either American or Mexican flags as they chanted, "si se puede," or "yes, we can" in English.

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  • After seven years of being off the Cal State Fullerton radar, the Cambodian Student Association made its presence felt on Friday night with its first culture night since 2000.

To celebrate Cambodian Lunar New Year, the scent of authentic Cambodian food wafted through Titan Student Union Ontiveros room while club members waited with their friends and families for the festivities to start.

    Pride in Their Culture

    After seven years of being off the Cal State Fullerton radar, the Cambodian Student Association made its presence felt on Friday night with its first culture night since 2000. To celebrate Cambodian Lunar New Year, the scent of authentic Cambodian food wafted through Titan Student Union Ontiveros room while club members waited with their friends and families for the festivities to start.

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  • ALL WEEK



Northbound I-5 from SR-91/I-5 Connector to Artesia Boulevard.

Use: Westbound SR-91 to northbound 605, north to I-5.

Southbound I-5 from Artesia Boulevard to Beach Boulevard.

Use: Artesia Boulevard exit, south Knott Avenue to east SR-91, east of southbound I-5.

    Freeway Closures

    ALL WEEK Northbound I-5 from SR-91/I-5 Connector to Artesia Boulevard. Use: Westbound SR-91 to northbound 605, north to I-5. Southbound I-5 from Artesia Boulevard to Beach Boulevard. Use: Artesia Boulevard exit, south Knott Avenue to east SR-91, east of southbound I-5.

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  • TODAY

Dollar Wednesday Bowling Nights

6 to 10 p.m. at the TSU Underground

Collegium Musicum

8 to 10:30 p.m.: This early music ensemble specializes in the performance of music composed in the Middle Ages, Renaissance and Baroque periods-from about 1300 to about 1650, and performs on replicas of historical instruments.

    Campus Calendar

    TODAY Dollar Wednesday Bowling Nights 6 to 10 p.m. at the TSU Underground Collegium Musicum 8 to 10:30 p.m.: This early music ensemble specializes in the performance of music composed in the Middle Ages, Renaissance and Baroque periods-from about 1300 to about 1650, and performs on replicas of historical instruments.

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  • Cal State Fullerton is home to hundreds of student-run organizations yet the board of directors houses the top student policy makers on campus.

    Student Organization Spotlight

    Cal State Fullerton is home to hundreds of student-run organizations yet the board of directors houses the top student policy makers on campus. "The board of directors is the final say regarding all policy, funding and major issues the board decides to take," said Associaiated Students Inc.

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