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  • Even at 18 years old, Cal State Fullerton freshman Chris Holyfield is already working to prove that he owns the right moves and a voice worthy of national attention.

As one of the 14 finalists on ABC's new prime-time show

    Freshman performs on ABC’s ‘Dance War’

    Even at 18 years old, Cal State Fullerton freshman Chris Holyfield is already working to prove that he owns the right moves and a voice worthy of national attention. As one of the 14 finalists on ABC's new prime-time show "Dance War: Bruno vs. Carrie Ann," he took center stage in front of a TV audience Monday night and broke out in song and choreographed dance routines to earn a continuing place in the heavily broadcasted talent competition.

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  • REGO Magazine, a Latino culture-based company in Los Angeles, gives students from various schools, including Cal State Fullerton, the opportunity to intern and see first-hand the ins-and-outs of the magazine industry.

REGO is in its fourth year of distribution and has grabbed some of the most popular stars who are renown not only in the Latino entertainment community but worldwide.

    REGO magazine getting students involved

    REGO Magazine, a Latino culture-based company in Los Angeles, gives students from various schools, including Cal State Fullerton, the opportunity to intern and see first-hand the ins-and-outs of the magazine industry. REGO is in its fourth year of distribution and has grabbed some of the most popular stars who are renown not only in the Latino entertainment community but worldwide.

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  • The New Year has brought close to 1,000 new laws for Californians.

The laws gaining the most publicity are restrictions requiring adults to use cell phones with hands-free technology while driving and not to smoke in a car while minors are present.

The smoking law went into effect on January 1, 2008, while the cell phone law will be in effect July 1.

    Cell phones, smoking bans among the new 2008 laws

    The New Year has brought close to 1,000 new laws for Californians. The laws gaining the most publicity are restrictions requiring adults to use cell phones with hands-free technology while driving and not to smoke in a car while minors are present. The smoking law went into effect on January 1, 2008, while the cell phone law will be in effect July 1.

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  • A dozen or so patrons seated at the bar and in booths watch the AFC Divisional game between the San Diego Chargers and the Baltimore Colts on a quiet Sunday morning at the Off Campus Pub. A family is dining in the back room as servers and managers talk in a small group, waiting for more business.

    Pub closure an ‘end of an era’

    A dozen or so patrons seated at the bar and in booths watch the AFC Divisional game between the San Diego Chargers and the Baltimore Colts on a quiet Sunday morning at the Off Campus Pub. A family is dining in the back room as servers and managers talk in a small group, waiting for more business.

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  • Cal State Fullerton obtained its strongest financial support Jan. 3 with a $30 million donation to the College of Business and Economics (CBE), which will be relocated to Steven G. Mihaylo Hall.

A business administration major who graduated from CSUF in 1969, telecom entrepreneur Steven G.

    Record-setting $30 million gift

    Cal State Fullerton obtained its strongest financial support Jan. 3 with a $30 million donation to the College of Business and Economics (CBE), which will be relocated to Steven G. Mihaylo Hall. A business administration major who graduated from CSUF in 1969, telecom entrepreneur Steven G.

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  • Emiko Mizoue was 15 years old when she moved to the United States from Japan.

The readjustment period - adopting lifestyle changes, acclimating herself to a set of unfamiliar customs, assimilating herself into a culture with ostensibly more diversity than the more homogeneous Japanese society - has gone smoothly.

    International students struggle to learn English

    Emiko Mizoue was 15 years old when she moved to the United States from Japan. The readjustment period - adopting lifestyle changes, acclimating herself to a set of unfamiliar customs, assimilating herself into a culture with ostensibly more diversity than the more homogeneous Japanese society - has gone smoothly.

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  • According to the cliché,

    Blended interests are a recipe for education

    According to the cliché, "If you do what you love, you never have to work." Cal State Fullerton Liberal Studies Professor April Bullock is doing what she loves, but somehow the cliché proves to be false for her. Bullock has combined all of her hobbies and passions and has put them to work.

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  • Cal State Fullerton's Vice President for Student Affairs, Robert L. Palmer, is a busy man with a very busy schedule. Thursday, Nov. 1, 2007, he was shadowed by a reporter to see what his job entails. The most telling part of Palmer's day: a small muffin, which would only be finished hours after it was first nibbled.

    Shadowing the VP for Student Affairs

    Cal State Fullerton's Vice President for Student Affairs, Robert L. Palmer, is a busy man with a very busy schedule. Thursday, Nov. 1, 2007, he was shadowed by a reporter to see what his job entails. The most telling part of Palmer's day: a small muffin, which would only be finished hours after it was first nibbled.

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