Taco Bell – It Could Save Your Life

On February 24th, 36-year-old Jeremy Taylor and his dog Ally went missing in Oregon. To keep warm, Taylor would occasionally turn on the car’s heater. In his car, Taylor also had Taco Bell sauce and used the packets as food. Sheriffs in Deschutes County found them five days later in good condition, but very hungry. […]

EVENTS: Join Titan Radio at Raising Canes

*This is an announcement posted on behalf of a Titan Communications organization! Have your own announcement? Email sharpj@csu.fullerton.edu* Don’t have dinner plans? The Titan Radio – Raising Canes Fundraiser will be taking place on March 25th, 2019 at 2249 N Tustin St, Orange, CA 92865! The fundraiser will be an all-day event, and a great […]

Opinion: PETA Should Learn From Recent Social Media Backlash

This is an opinion piece written by a contributor to The Titan Universe. It in no way represents the views of Titan Universe, Titian Communications, CSUF or its affiliates. To submit your own opinion piece, send submissions to sharpj@csu.fullerton.edu. We reserve the right to edit or refuse to publish any submissions. February 22nd would have […]

This Theory of Mine

[responsivevoice_button voice=”US English Female” buttontext=”Listen to Post”]   It is May of 2007, Lisa Guardado is taking her only daughter, Ava Guardado, to her 22-month check up with the pediatrician. Lisa knew early on that something was different about Ava.

Tech ON | Drones 4-5-18

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OC News | OC City Against Sanctuary State Laws – Khloe Kardashian Heartbreak…

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OC News | FBI Raids Trump’s Lawyer’s Office – Syria Gas Attack |…

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OC News | YouTube Campus Shooter – Coffee Warning Label | 4-4-18

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In Focus | Nancy Segal

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OC News | Texas Bombing Terror – School Story – Toys R Us Closing |…

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OC News | Oklahoma/Kentucky Teacher Walk Out – Trump and DACA – Stock…

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The Report | Secretary of State Firing & Elephant Trophy Imports | 3-20-18

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Tech ON | VR Attractions 3-15-18

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OC News | So Cal Rain Storm – Package Bombing – CSUF Safety | 3-19-18

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OC News | Men’s Basketball Headed to NCAA Tournament | 3-12-18

OC News is a television news program produced entirely by the broadcast journalism students in the Department of Communications at California State University, Fullerton. OC News is produced and aired weekly during the fall and spring semesters. OC News gives students the real-life skills and experiences to make the transition from student to working professional […]

OC News 2018 Oscars Recap | 3-7-18

On this special edition of OC News, the broadcast journalism students talk everything Oscars! Dresses, awards and a behind the scenes look at what makes this awards show the most popular in the entertainment industry. OC News is a television news program produced entirely by the broadcast journalism students in the Department of Communications at […]

OC News | DACA Expiration – Cypress College Gun Threats | 3-5-18

OC News is a television news program produced entirely by the broadcast journalism students in the Department of Communications at California State University, Fullerton. OC News is produced and aired weekly during the fall and spring semesters. OC News gives students the real-life skills and experiences to make the transition from student to working professional […]

OC News | Campus Now Among Top ‘National Universities’

[responsivevoice_button voice=”US English Female” buttontext=”Listen to Post”]   In a major indication of the University’s growth and evolution as an institution on the national stage, U.S. News & World Report, in its most recent rankings released today, heralds Cal State Fullerton as a top “national university.” The University previously had been included in the much […]

Tropical Paradox

COSTA RICA — Ruth Angulo Chacón boils a pan filled with rice and pinto beans—gallo pinto, the traditional Costa Rican plate. She turns to wash a spoon in her closet-sized kitchen and gazes out the window.

Garden of Steven

Tucked within the lush green hillsides just south of La Fortuna, Costa Rica, lies a hidden gem.

EN POINTE

Dancer breaks out of her shell and unfurls on stage. Written by: Maricela Gomez Photos by: Austin Henry Wallace Designed by: Julie Edgington “Ball of foot first, heel second.” “Ball of foot first, heel second.” The eight-count combination drilled inside my mind as a troupe of metal shoes tapped on the black vinyl floor behind […]

CULTURAL EXTINCTION

Cultural Extinction One’s tribe’s struggle for cultural survival. Written by: Veronica Felipe Photos by: Yunuen Bonaparte & Austin Henry Wallace Designed by: Nilayam Patel LA FORTUNA, COSTA RICA – Merlin Alvarez Elizondo walks barefoot across the dirt floor. He opens the door and looks at the wood and palm leaf thatched ceiling of a traditional […]

Araknido: Pura Risa

Written & Photographed by: Yunuen Bonaparte Illustrated by: Winifred Kwan Designed by: Julie Edgington Sebastian Gaetano, better known by his performer name, Araknido Sapiens, has enacted circus-type shows in the streets and on stage for nearly 20 years. Araknido seeks self identity within his character through “teatro propio,” or “personal theater,” and draws inspiration from […]

Federal Grant of Almost $1.8 Million Funds Outreach Efforts

Sora Tanjasiri, chair and professor of health science and director of Cal State Fullerton’s Health Promotion Research Institute (HPRI), wants to broaden students’ understanding of career options in the healthcare field, particularly in the field of allied health. To help achieve this goal, she and Shari McMahan, deputy provost at CSUF, were recently awarded almost […]

Arts | Women’s Stories from the Margins

Barrio Writers & GCAC present a reading of the works of three nationally recognized women writers of color: Erika T. Wurth, Isabel Quintero and Sarah Rafael García. The authors are widely known for their feminist works and community engaged style, often writing about the subject of marginalized communities, especially women of color. Their literary range […]

Arts | Quadroon: Danielle Abrams

[responsivevoice_button voice=”US English Female” buttontext=”Listen to Post”]   Danielle Abrams is a performance and video-based artist who grew up in Queens, New York, with her Jewish mother and African-American father. Abrams’ parents raised her with their “double vision” belief, one that allowed her to view the world through the lenses of her two cultural backgrounds. […]

Arts | Reading with Renowned Author Cathy Arellano

Barrio Writers & Grand Central Art Center, in collaboration with The LGBT Center OC, Breath of Fire Latina Theater Ensemble, and Kórima Press, present a reading with renowned author Cathy Arellano. The reading will be followed by a book sale and signing. Cathy Arellano worked as a community poet with Loco Bloco and Mission Girls; […]

Arts | Exploring The Nowannago: Kentifrican Modes of Resistance

Kenyatta A.C. Hinkle and Tyler Matthew Oyer take to Grand Central Art Center with a moving performance piece that depicts the complex push-and-pull within hegemonic impulses by recreating the forced mating ritual between a British or Portugese Trader and a Kentifrican Woman.

OC News | Vega Beats the Buzzer to Stun LMU 75-73

[responsivevoice_button voice=”US English Female” buttontext=”Listen to Post”]   LOS ANGELES, Calif. – Freshman Jade Vega scored five points within the last 10 seconds of the game including the game-winning layup at the buzzer to lead the Titans to a 75-73 victory over Loyola Marymount at Gersten Pavilion on Tuesday night. The freshmen trio of Michelle […]

Arts | Days: Jesse Kees / August 6 – October 16, 2016

Created during his time as an artist-in-residence at Grand Central Art Center, Jesse Kees new body of work Days involves field and studio recordings, processed and edited into a series of sound pieces that can be observed as a loose narrative about his experience in the Santa Ana area. 

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