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  • The Educational Opportunity Program at Cal State Fullerton has one goal: to help students achieve academic and personal success in order to graduate.

Students started a campaign for the program in the 1960s during the Civil Rights movement, according to the program's brochure.

    Aid for New Class of Collegians

    The Educational Opportunity Program at Cal State Fullerton has one goal: to help students achieve academic and personal success in order to graduate. Students started a campaign for the program in the 1960s during the Civil Rights movement, according to the program's brochure.

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  • Cal State Fullerton has a gymnastics team.

Many of us don't realize this because there aren't any signs, there aren't any banners and there definitely isn't any hype about a NCAA championship circulating around the school.

But nonetheless, CSUF has a gymnastics team.

    CSUF Gymnastics Hopes Interest in Movie Translates

    Cal State Fullerton has a gymnastics team. Many of us don't realize this because there aren't any signs, there aren't any banners and there definitely isn't any hype about a NCAA championship circulating around the school. But nonetheless, CSUF has a gymnastics team.

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  • Brett Pill drove in two runs with a clutch two-out triple in the top of the ninth inning, to cap a three-run Titan rally, and give No. 4 Cal State Fullerton (35-12, 12-3) a 7-5 victory over UC Santa Barbara (20-23, 6-9) in the Sunday matinee finale between the two Big West Conference foes at Ceasar-Uyesaka Stadium.

    CSUF Baseball Takes 12th Series

    Brett Pill drove in two runs with a clutch two-out triple in the top of the ninth inning, to cap a three-run Titan rally, and give No. 4 Cal State Fullerton (35-12, 12-3) a 7-5 victory over UC Santa Barbara (20-23, 6-9) in the Sunday matinee finale between the two Big West Conference foes at Ceasar-Uyesaka Stadium.

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  • With Earth Day having recently

passed, I wonder how many

Americans actually stopped to

acknowledge the holiday and do

their share for the environment.

Okay, so I know that I?m no better

than your average person. I didn?t

really stop to thank Mother Nature

for all of her goodness.

    Concepts of Earthday Are Ignored

    With Earth Day having recently passed, I wonder how many Americans actually stopped to acknowledge the holiday and do their share for the environment. Okay, so I know that I?m no better than your average person. I didn?t really stop to thank Mother Nature for all of her goodness.

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  • n March 4, members

of the concerned citizens

group Coalition

for a Healthy

California celebrated

as they submitted more than 1.1

million signatures they had collected

over the last three months

in support of a ballot initiative

to raise the tax on tobacco by

$2.

    FITNESS FASCISM

    n March 4, members of the concerned citizens group Coalition for a Healthy California celebrated as they submitted more than 1.1 million signatures they had collected over the last three months in support of a ballot initiative to raise the tax on tobacco by $2.

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  • Jeff Graner, a 22-year old Cal State Fullerton student, is like most students his age. He loves music, baseball and hanging out with friends.

But unlike many other students, he uses a wheelchair.

Being in a wheelchair, though, has not stopped Graner from achieving the goals he has set for himself.

    Miracle Worker Urges Activism

    Jeff Graner, a 22-year old Cal State Fullerton student, is like most students his age. He loves music, baseball and hanging out with friends. But unlike many other students, he uses a wheelchair. Being in a wheelchair, though, has not stopped Graner from achieving the goals he has set for himself.

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  • Each year more than one million people are diagnosed with skin cancer and the vast majority of these cases are due to unprotected and excessive ultraviolet radiation exposure - the rays given off by the sun and some artificial light sources like tanning beds, according to the American Cancer Society.

    Sunscreen Protects Even on Cloudy Days

    Each year more than one million people are diagnosed with skin cancer and the vast majority of these cases are due to unprotected and excessive ultraviolet radiation exposure - the rays given off by the sun and some artificial light sources like tanning beds, according to the American Cancer Society.

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  • Sunday: A sign was reported stolen from the Titan Student Union at 5:02 p.m. University Police took a report.

Monday: Two cases of graffiti were reported. The first case was reported to be in a men's restroom in the Humanities Building. The second case was reported to be in the men's restroom at the Arboretum.

    Cop Blotter

    Sunday: A sign was reported stolen from the Titan Student Union at 5:02 p.m. University Police took a report. Monday: Two cases of graffiti were reported. The first case was reported to be in a men's restroom in the Humanities Building. The second case was reported to be in the men's restroom at the Arboretum.

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