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Feb. 5
Inclusive Voices: Healing the Divide
New Music Festival features So Percussion, Miya Masaoka, Lisa Moore, Martin Bresnick and Bora Korkmaz.



Jan. 31
Cal State Fullerton President Is Grand Marshal Feb. 2
CSUF President Milton A. Gordon to lead Orange County Black History Parade in Santa Ana.

Jan. 31
Sustaining Designed-In Sustainability
Design firm owner to address issue at Feb. 7 breakfast

Jan. 29
He Does More than Walk the Talk
Cal State Fullerton professor to run to sustainability talk at Fullerton College

Lecture Series on Cancer Research, Treatment Offered at CSUF
Osher Lifelong Learning Institute’s free, six-part program begins Jan. 31

Orangewood Children's Foundation to Be Feted at Front and Center
Cal State Fullerton to salute the foundation’s endeavor to improve the chances of safe and productive lives for thousands of children.

Little Rock College President to Address CSUF Students Jan. 30
Greek Councils host talk on history of fraternities/sororities in America

$1 Million Gift Awarded to CSUF’s Lifelong Learning Program
Endowment From Bernard Osher Foundation Enhances OLLI’s Future

Steven G. Mihaylo College of Business and Economics Is Official
California State University Trustees approve new name

Cal State Fullerton’s Project SHINE Selected for National Honor
Cal State Fullerton’s Project SHINE, which has helped thousands of local immigrants learn English, was honored today with the U.S. President’s Volunteer Service Award.

Cal State Fullerton Assistant Dean Awarded State Honor
Lea Beth Lewis, assistant dean for student affairs in Cal State Fullerton’s College of Health and Human Development, has been honored for outstanding achievement in career development by EUREKA, the California Career Information System.

$30 Million Gift Is Tops for Cal State Fullerton, No. 4 for Cal State System
The generous gift from Steven G. Mihaylo will be used to support four specific areas in the College of Business and Economics: endowed chairs, faculty support, student scholarships and programmatic initiatives.