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Former USC Volleyball Player Competes in Athletes Unlimited

Since its inception in March 2020, Athletes Unlimited (AU) has provided female athletes the option to extend their pro careers in the United States through their innovative leagues. Former USC opposite Nikia Withers recently completed her first season with the AU Volleyball league.  

Media Pioneer and Tech Businessman Clayton Banks on Increasing Our Value in The Digital Economy

California born businessman Clayton Banks was an excited teen going to visit his brother at his UCLA dorm, he says, when he first encountered racism. “I was walking along and a car came by and someone yelled the N-word. I was just so appalled. I freaked out. I mean,” he paused at the memory, “I was really flabbergasted.” After he processed the incident Banks says he realized, “It had nothing to do with me. It was their ignorance.”

Fullerton Police Department Arrests Suspect in Fatal Stabbing at CSUF

The Fullerton Police Department announced at a 1 p.m. press conference Thursday that police detectives had arrested Chuyen Vo, 51, of Huntington Beach on suspicion of the Aug. 19 killing of Steven Chan, a former administrator who was working at Cal State Fullerton as a consultant. Vo is being held without bail.

CSUF Announces New 5-Year Strategic Plan

The 2018-2023 Plan Focuses on Student Success, Recruiting and Retaining High-Quality and Diverse Faculty and Staff, and Building the University’s Learning Environment and Legacy

Campus and Community Join to Celebrate the Life of CSUF President Milton A. Gordon

Past and present campus members, as well as members of the California State University and representatives of state legislative leaders joined together early October to celebrate the man and the milestones achieved by the late California State University Fullerton (CSUF) President Milton A. Gordon, the University’s fourth leader who served for more than 20 years.

CSUF: A Leader in Improving Grad Rates Among African Americans

Cal State Fullerton is 10th on a list of “top-gaining” four-year public institutions — those that substantially improved overall graduation rates among African American students from 2003-2013 — with a 10.3 reduction in the achievement gap between white and black students, according to The Education Trust report “Rising Tide II: Do Black Students Benefit as Grad Rates Increase?” Cal State Fullerton saw a 3.2 percent increase in overall graduation rates and an 11.7 percent increase over the same time span in graduation rates among African American students. “California State University, Fullerton’s commitment to address the historical and social legacies of

President’s Reception Celebrates History and Achievement

Two members of the California State University Board of Trustees, Debra Farar and Lillian Kimbell, were among the more than 100 attendees at the Feb. 18 Black History Month reception hosted by Cal State Fullerton President Mildred García. “Not only are we celebrating the success, but also the perseverance … injurious language against African Americans and people of color — and how we are standing strong against these statements,” said García. “I think Cal State Fullerton is a model in doing that. “This is Cal State Fullerton, where we embrace all cultures, respect them, embrace them