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  • The Titan Student Union Underground's Table Tennis Tournament attracted 16 competitors Friday afternoon, with mettle-tested veteran Vinh Troung claiming the crown once again.

Students and faculty compete in the tournament every semester, making it a time honored TSU tradition.

    Controlling the Game: Table Tennis in the Student Union

    The Titan Student Union Underground's Table Tennis Tournament attracted 16 competitors Friday afternoon, with mettle-tested veteran Vinh Troung claiming the crown once again. Students and faculty compete in the tournament every semester, making it a time honored TSU tradition.

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  • Cal State Fullerton's Center for the Study of the Economics of Aging and Health presented a forum discussion Thursday about the detrimental behaviors and habits of today's youth and college students.

The forum discussion, titled

    Sex, Drugs and … a Panel Discussion

    Cal State Fullerton's Center for the Study of the Economics of Aging and Health presented a forum discussion Thursday about the detrimental behaviors and habits of today's youth and college students. The forum discussion, titled "Risky Business: Sex, Drugs, Smoking and Alcohol," was open to the public.

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  • More than 1,000 athletes with autism, Down syndrome and other intellectual disabilities competed in five events in and around the Fullerton area on Saturday as part of the Special Olympics Fall Games Chapter Championships.

Cal State Fullerton hosted the power lifting and soccer events, as well as the opening ceremony, which began with the traditional Special Olympics opening statement,

    Special Olympics at CSUF

    More than 1,000 athletes with autism, Down syndrome and other intellectual disabilities competed in five events in and around the Fullerton area on Saturday as part of the Special Olympics Fall Games Chapter Championships. Cal State Fullerton hosted the power lifting and soccer events, as well as the opening ceremony, which began with the traditional Special Olympics opening statement, "Let me win.

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  • Jordan Horn ran 10th to earn all-conference honors Saturday afternoon to highlight Cal State Fullerton's efforts in the 2006 Big West Conference Cross Country Championships at Fairbanks Cross Country Course in San Luis Obispo.

The Titan men finished fifth while the women were sixth.

    Cross Country Competes at Big West Championships

    Jordan Horn ran 10th to earn all-conference honors Saturday afternoon to highlight Cal State Fullerton's efforts in the 2006 Big West Conference Cross Country Championships at Fairbanks Cross Country Course in San Luis Obispo. The Titan men finished fifth while the women were sixth.

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  • Never before in Cal State Fullerton volleyball history have the Titans won both matches against the University of the Pacific Tigers during a single season - until this year.

The Titans swept the Tigers (30-20, 30-14, 30-18) in a match in Titan Gym on Saturday and took the season series.

    Titans Come Up on Top to Clinch First Winning Season Since 1996

    Never before in Cal State Fullerton volleyball history have the Titans won both matches against the University of the Pacific Tigers during a single season - until this year. The Titans swept the Tigers (30-20, 30-14, 30-18) in a match in Titan Gym on Saturday and took the season series.

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  • When I first heard the list of candidates vying for soon-to-be ousted governor Gray Davis' job, I thought it was a joke. Gary Coleman and Michael Jackson? Funny. Mary Carey, porn star? Hilarious. But Arnold Schwarzenegger on the ballot really took the cake.

    Let’s Give Somebody Else a Chance

    When I first heard the list of candidates vying for soon-to-be ousted governor Gray Davis' job, I thought it was a joke. Gary Coleman and Michael Jackson? Funny. Mary Carey, porn star? Hilarious. But Arnold Schwarzenegger on the ballot really took the cake.

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  • We are a culture of instant satisfaction. We are always looking for the quick fix. When we want something, we want it now.

But in politics, things take time. Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger deserves a second chance, and we should allow him the opportunity to finish what he started.

    If It Ain’t Broke

    We are a culture of instant satisfaction. We are always looking for the quick fix. When we want something, we want it now. But in politics, things take time. Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger deserves a second chance, and we should allow him the opportunity to finish what he started.

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  • Ahh, the more things seem to change, the more they stay the same.

Jan. 6 of next year will commemorate the 50-year anniversary of Elvis Presley's appearance on

    Times Are A-Changin’

    Ahh, the more things seem to change, the more they stay the same. Jan. 6 of next year will commemorate the 50-year anniversary of Elvis Presley's appearance on "The Ed Sullivan Show," where his controversial gyrations shook a conservative American landscape to its very foundation.

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