Crime and Justice in the Borderlands
Students get a front-row seat to the operational realities and impact that national policies have on both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border.
The Making of 'Frankenstein'
It begins with two women at the helm. Bringing “Frankenstein” to life was Mary Shelley’s idea. Bringing it to Cal State Fullerton’s Young Theatre was Maria Cominis’.
The Resistance Movement
Studying bacteria's dangerous evolution
In the Pink
It didn’t start with a roar but with a quiet “woo-hoo.”
Ethiopia Tourism: Poised for Success
“Visitors coming into Ethiopia will have a very unique experience — there is no comparison," says Solomon Tadesse, CEO of the Ethiopian Tourism Organization.
From the Concierge
Secrets from the world's ultimate insiders
Man on a Mission
Fram Virjee becomes president of Cal State Fullerton.
Titan: Winter/Spring 2017
Editorial management of California State University, Fullerton's magazine
When Worlds Collide
The University Archives and Special Collections' science fiction holdings at CSUF are legendary, with Ray Bradbury's manuscript of "Fahrenheit 451," a generous pulp collection and original documents by Philip K. Dick and Frank Herbert among the prized possessions.
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