March 2, 1989 |
The second floor of Titan Gym is the practice home of 11 chalk-dusted women who are the nation's fifth-ranked gymnastics team. On campus, they have another claim to fame: They are ranked No. 1 in grade-point average among all Cal State Fullerton teams. For 12 years in a row, the women's gymnastics team didn't know what it was like to finish lower than fifth in the nation. The past two seasons, the team has learned. Fullerton finished 13th last season, not even in the top 20 the year before.
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June 23, 2001 |
A sexual harassment settlement that may be the largest of its kind ever paid by the California State University system has come to light in a related lawsuit filed last week. The university paid close to $500,000 last year to settle the sexual harassment lawsuit brought by Cal State Fullerton employee Pamela Losco. Now her brother David, the former personnel director for the campus, alleges in a lawsuit that he was demoted for helping his sister with her suit.
November 18, 2000 |
Cal State Fullerton signed seven baseball players, including four pitchers, during the early signing period. The three high school pitchers are Blake Hawksworth of Sammamish (Wash.) Eastlake, Dustin Miller of Diamond Bar and Tim Jimenez of Santa Fe Springs St. Paul. The Titans also signed pitcher Jeff Housman of College of the Sequoias. Other recruits are catcher Blake Garret of Bellflower St.
May 29, 1999 |
It had been a frustrating day for Cal State Fullerton. But all that changed in the ninth inning Friday when pinch-hitter Sean Bischofberger drilled a two-run single with the bases loaded, lifting the Titans to a 6-5 victory over Michigan in the NCAA regional baseball playoffs at Notre Dame. The No. 1-seeded Titans (45-11) were on the verge of an embarrassing first-round defeat before rallying for three runs in the ninth against the fourth-seeded Wolverines.
September 21, 1995 |
Pick your favorite classical guitarists and your list probably will include Andres Segovia, Julian Bream, Christopher Parkening, several of the various Romeros and a handful of others. All are well-known musical veterans. What about younger talent, or people who have reputations in Europe but not in the United States? Who are they and where can you hear them? Try the new guitar series that opens tonight at Cal State Fullerton.
September 1, 1994 |
John Easterbrook, associate athletic director at Fresno State, is expected to be named Cal State Fullerton's athletic director today. University President Milton Gordon has called an 11 a.m. news conference to introduce the successor to Bill Shumard, who resigned in May and later became an assistant athletic director at Long Beach State.
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September 26, 1992 |
Milton A. Gordon was formally invested Friday as the fourth president of Cal State Fullerton while more than three dozen university employees held banners in silent protest over the worst layoffs in campus history. The solemn ritual, which has its roots in centuries-old academic tradition, was the most austere in the history of the 33-year-old university.
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December 8, 1992 |
With tuition costs continuing to climb, Cal State Fullerton students have at least gotten a break on health care, thanks to an on-campus health center that has offered a range of services at low or no cost. No longer. University officials say they will have to charge fees for some health care as early as the spring semester, which begins in February.
November 29, 1992 |
The final score from the Silver Bowl in Las Vegas Saturday was UNLV, 33, Cal State Fullerton 16. That much we know. What we don't know: How final a score was it? Cal State Fullerton President Milton Gordon will provide the answer some time in the next two weeks, and for those huddled Titan football supporters out there--the Silenced Minority--the outlook certainly isn't brilliant. Best-case scenario: Gordon brings football back, but downgrades it to Division I-AA "cost-containment" ball.