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  • Whether using a mouse or a remote control, some students are just a click away from their classes when they take televised or online classes offered by Cal State Fullerton in the distance education program.

Televised courses are generally no different from classroom courses with the exception that a professor may not be in the same location as the students, said Tim Green, associate professor of elementary education and the acting director of distance education.

    Mouse, Remote Connect Students to Education

    Whether using a mouse or a remote control, some students are just a click away from their classes when they take televised or online classes offered by Cal State Fullerton in the distance education program. Televised courses are generally no different from classroom courses with the exception that a professor may not be in the same location as the students, said Tim Green, associate professor of elementary education and the acting director of distance education.

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  • The month of May brings awareness of successful aging to the baby-boomer population, and Cal State Fullerton is doing its part to help older Americans stay fit and healthy.

May is Older Americans Month, according to the U.S. Census Bureau and to celebrate, CSUF's Center For Successful Aging is hosting a Celebrating Health and Wellness event Friday from 9 a.

    Event Celebrates Health, Wellness

    The month of May brings awareness of successful aging to the baby-boomer population, and Cal State Fullerton is doing its part to help older Americans stay fit and healthy. May is Older Americans Month, according to the U.S. Census Bureau and to celebrate, CSUF's Center For Successful Aging is hosting a Celebrating Health and Wellness event Friday from 9 a.

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  • Cal State Fullerton is part of a statewide effort to address the buzz of energy concerns spawned by record-high oil prices and the increase of greenhouse gas emissions.

In September 2005, the CSU Board of Trustees voted unanimously in favor of a student-led campaign calling for an aggressive clean energy policy at all CSU campuses.

    Campus Adopts Clean Energy Policy

    Cal State Fullerton is part of a statewide effort to address the buzz of energy concerns spawned by record-high oil prices and the increase of greenhouse gas emissions. In September 2005, the CSU Board of Trustees voted unanimously in favor of a student-led campaign calling for an aggressive clean energy policy at all CSU campuses.

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  • The debate is on as Wal-Mart executives duke it out with union workers from United Food and Commercial Workers and Service Employees International Union.

The two unions have launched separate campaigns to put Wal-Mart under public scrutiny: Wake-up Wal-Mart and Wal-Mart Watch.

    Wal-Mart Sparks Debate

    The debate is on as Wal-Mart executives duke it out with union workers from United Food and Commercial Workers and Service Employees International Union. The two unions have launched separate campaigns to put Wal-Mart under public scrutiny: Wake-up Wal-Mart and Wal-Mart Watch.

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  • Many Americans aren't aware of the fact that the month of May is Older Americans Month, in which we recognize the contributions of past and present older persons in our country.

Older Americans Month was established in 1963 after former-President John F. Kennedy had a meeting with the National Council of Senior Citizens.

    Month Recognizes

    Many Americans aren't aware of the fact that the month of May is Older Americans Month, in which we recognize the contributions of past and present older persons in our country. Older Americans Month was established in 1963 after former-President John F. Kennedy had a meeting with the National Council of Senior Citizens.

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  • ?VIVA LA MARCHE!

    "A Day Without an Immigrant" came and went and Cal State Fullerton students, faculty and staff expressed mixed emotions about the protests. "I've just been trying to ignore it," CSUF student Sarah Shaw said. Shaw, a 22-year-old liberal studies major, said she noticed the freeway was not as crowded as normal, and she saw on the news that there were a lot of people going to Los Angeles to protest.

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  • With the ongoing drama of baseball's steroid problem and the swirl of controversy surrounding seven-time National League MVP Barry Bonds' supposed tainted chase for home run immortality, Major League Baseball has been working hard on keeping to its word and enforcing the current steroid abuse policy.

    Steroid Controversy in Majors May Lead To Earlier Testing

    With the ongoing drama of baseball's steroid problem and the swirl of controversy surrounding seven-time National League MVP Barry Bonds' supposed tainted chase for home run immortality, Major League Baseball has been working hard on keeping to its word and enforcing the current steroid abuse policy.

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  • Walking out of the jet way and into an airport and country 8,000 miles from home isn't a typical experience that most 16-year-old girls have to endure.

Especially when the city she just landed in will be where her new residence.

Titans  women's tennis player Ruya Inalpulat, now 21 and a senior that just finished up her collegiate playing career, went though that experience.

    Making the Most of Her Time

    Walking out of the jet way and into an airport and country 8,000 miles from home isn't a typical experience that most 16-year-old girls have to endure. Especially when the city she just landed in will be where her new residence. Titans women's tennis player Ruya Inalpulat, now 21 and a senior that just finished up her collegiate playing career, went though that experience.

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