Many families have multiple generations attending Cal State Fullerton, a number that is growing all the time. Members of the younger generations say they enjoy carrying on the Titan tradition, while their parents are pleased that the CSUF legacy lives on.
Annual Report: A Legacy of Giving
We are reminded once again of the myriad ways in which Cal State Fullerton is enriched by the generosity of alumni, students, faculty, parents and friends, as well as gifts and grants from corporations, foundations and organizations.
A Moveable Feast
What can an entrepreneurial spirit and a craving for a good taco get you? For Manguera '02, it led to launching Kogi Korean BBQ, a high-end "restaurant-on-wheels" that grossed $2 million its first year and has become a foodie phenomenon throughout Southern California.
Big Heart for Art
Fullerton School District's arts coordinator Eschner '92 was cruising by artist Katherine Enland's home when she was struck by the beauty of a large front-yard heart sculpture. The chance encounter has led to an auction of giant hearts to raise funds for the local school district's arts programs.
Bringing the Past to Life
Two key initiatives are addressing the past and what it means to our future. A team of university scientists are involved in the curation and preservation of Orange County's vast archaeological and paleontological collection. And the Center for Oral and Public History is bringing the past to life, creating a vital historical narrative of Southern California's diverse and complex history.
Scene in Green
Strolling through the four different plant collection on the 26 acres of the Fullerton Arboretum is a treat for the senses. But it is not the only activity available at the arboretum, which recently celebrated its 30 anniversary.
Reinventing a Career
Today, with unemployment rates of up to 15 percent, many people are faced with career retooling as a necessity. Others undergo the process because they are unhappy in their jobs or seeking new challenges.
Race to Mt. Everest
Cindy L. Abbott must climg Mt. Everest while she's still able. Abbott .93, '96, a part-time health science lecturer, is fighting a fatal disease.
Cal State Fullerton has solutions to the looming nationwide nursing crisis.
Fifteen Cal State Fullerton alumni are spending their days in foreign lands as volunteers in the Peace Corps.
University's course offerings have always been a reflection of world issues and new advances.
Titan Time Machine
University has its own portal to the past, just in time to celebrate the first 50 years of its publication: a digital archive of the student newspaper, the Daily Titan, and its predecessors.
Maple Designs Presidential Museum
William Maple '84 is the interpretive designer who designed the Tribute Room of the USS George W. Bush.