Baseball lose 2 out of 3 to San Diego

Titans baseball lost two of three games in their series against UC San Diego. After losing game one, 8-4, CSUF won game two, 19-7, but dropped game three in extra innings, 6-4.

Fullerton is now 18-26 overall and 11-10 in conference play. As a result, the Titans are tied with San Diego for sixth in the Big West standings.

The starting pitchers for game three were San Diego’s Zac Ernisse and Fullerton’s Fynn Chester.

Both teams' solid pitching and fielding led to three scoreless innings to star

Men's golf remains in 5th after day two of Big West Championship

Cal State Fullerton men’s golf remains in fifth place after the second round of the Big West tournament in La Quinta, California.

The Titans are 11-over-par 587 through two rounds — one stroke behind UC Irvine for the fourth spot.

UC Davis tops the team leaderboard as they head into day three at 10-under-par 566.

As for the individual leaderboard, sophomore Tegan Andrews stands in eighth place after round two, shooting 1-under-par 143. Davis’ Thomas Hutchison from USC sits at the top of the l

Keeping your car engine running worsens climate change

As summer inches closer and temperatures rise, the familiar hum of car engines may begin to permeate through Cal State Fullerton’s parking lots. As students sit in their cars, savoring the last few minutes of cooled air before their sweaty march to class, greenhouse gasses billow from their car’s tailpipe. It may seem harmless, but idling in a vehicle for any reason worsens climate change and it needs to stop.

Climate change is a complex issue with many detrimental factors. While manufacturing,

Four cited near Nutwood structure

Two men and two women were cited with various charges after a student found them looking into parked vehicles in the Nutwood Parking Structure on April 21, according to the CSUF Police Department.

Capt. Scot Willey of the Cal State Fullerton Police Department said they responded to the call at around 3 p.m. on April 21. He said a police officer on a motorcycle was first on the scene.

“He saw three people, they looked at him startled, and they all jumped into a van. And they tried to slowly lea

Car stolen in campus parking structure

A student's vehicle went missing from the State College Parking Structure on March 22, according to the Cal State Fullerton Police Department.

Capt. Scot Willey of the CSUF PD said the student returned to the structure around 12:30 p.m., but could not locate their vehicle.

Security cameras captured a dark-haired male driving the 2000 Honda Civic out of the parking structure.

Willey said CSUF PD is currently following up on information captured on the cameras.

“It’s not very common here. It’s

Remembering the Titans 30 years later

November marks 30 years since the Titans donned football pads and helmets. The team played its final game on Nov. 28, 1992, against the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.

While the Titans started the game with a 10-0 lead, the Las Vegas offense proved to be too much for Cal State Fullerton to handle.

“We had a lot of stupid penalties and missed tackles. I thought they were one of the best offenses I’ve faced,” former Titan nose guard Jason Wells said after the game.

The 33-16 road loss marked t

Women’s golf fails to improve in Arizona

Cal State Fullerton women’s golf finished in 16th place after the final round at the Wyoming Cowgirl Classic on April 5.

The Titans failed to improve their day one position as they hovered in the 16th spot for most of the third round. CSUF finished the final day in Arizona at 59-over-par 923.

At the top of the leaderboard, Santa Clara University maintained its first-place position after day one, finishing day two, 16-over-par 880. Santa Clara’s Claire Choi finished first on the player leaderbo

Review: Four Aloha Java drinks suit every taste

Aloha Java is an inconspicuous coffee stand tucked on the southeast side of campus, but for those who are not fans of Starbucks, this coffee spot is a competent alternative that competes with the coffee giant.

At Aloha Java, customers can move past those Seattle-based corporate flavors. Still, visitors can expect all of the cafe essentials such as espressos, americanos and mochas. That said, if those don’t suit your taste, they also have non-coffee drinks on their menu. With over 50 hot, iced a

Success rates for online classes rise as requirements change

Online courses at Citrus College have lower success rates when compared to in-person classes. But as the program grows, online success is inching closer to the campus average.

Citrus College introduced online education in 1996. The number of enrollees increased by 2,072 students from 2016 to 2018. With 15 percent of total courses at Citrus College available as online classes.

Data provided by the office of institutional research shows an 8 to 12 percent difference in favor of in-person courses

Night Shift Prepares Students for Music Industry

On a typical Wednesday morning in the Performing Arts building, the sounds of The Beatles’ “Twist and Shout” pour out of PA 154.

About twenty students rehearsed for an upcoming show.

These students are part of, Night Shift, a pop group that performs covers. They play the golden oldies of Motown, and contemporary artists, like Beyonce.

But audiences will catch Night Shift at the Haugh Performing Arts center.

Citrus instructor of commercial music Gino Munoz has headed Night Shift since 2001.