City Denies Water Conservation! Attend Fullerton City Council Meeting April 2nd at 6 pm

Your Meter Rate Doubles July 1st while the City Denies California Drought. The city proposes raising the amount of water residents can use (up 68%) at a lower cost (down 39%). This will penalize residents who conserve water. You can stop this hypocrisy by attending the city council meeting on Tuesday, April 2nd at 6 PM. Fullerton City Hall, 303 West Commonwealth. “…think of our hydrological bank account– and do more to sustain a healthy level of water assets, regardless of how much rain the … year brings.” LA Times, March 2, 2019 Contact Fritz von Coelln at fevc@csu.fullerton.edu for … Continue reading City Denies Water Conservation! Attend Fullerton City Council Meeting April 2nd at 6 pm

Couples from Osher Lifelong Learning Institute share the secret to long-lasting love

The Diversity Initiatives and Resource Center and Osher Lifelong Learning Institute hosted a Valentine’s Day-themed couples panel with three of the institute’s couples in the Pollak Library on Feb. 14. (Baylee Mause / Daily Titan) FEBRUARY 18, 2019 The panel consisted of Cindy Senften-von Coelln and Fritz von Coelln, Jerome and Adleane Hunter, and Paula and William Purpura, talking about their personal experiences and how to maintain a healthy relationship. The three couples have each been together for around 50 years. “I think relationships are as unique as the people in them. So what works for us doesn’t necessarily work for others,” … Continue reading Couples from Osher Lifelong Learning Institute share the secret to long-lasting love

Natalie Graham’s poetry will be featured at Authors’ Day at CSUF – Pollak Library on Thursday, March 7 from 11:00 AM to 1:30 PM.   Author, Irena Praitis, will be there to read Natalie’s poetry and sell her books.   Click HERE for more information.  “Begin With a Failed Body“ This collection of poems begins rooted in the landscape of the U.S. South as it voices singular lives carved out of immediate and historical trauma. … Continue reading