The fall 2016 semester has officially begun, and therefore my responsibilities as an editor have kicked off as well. For the very first issue of this semester’s run of the paper, I wrote an article updating some information on two different buildings both on and around campus.
First, the Cal State Fullerton Titan Student Union (TSU) expansion project that began in July 2015 will be completed soon. While the original advertised plan was that the expansion would be opening in spring 2017 due to El Niño rains and other potential delays, the project is well ahead of schedule and should be finishing up by this September instead. The official grand opening ceremony is being planned for October 20th, even if the expansion itself is open to the public before then.
Also, we were able to get a sneak peek of the construction thanks to the generosity of Carol McDoniel, the ASI Director of Administrations. So, if you check out the full story you can see some of the work being done on one of the main staircases within the three floor atrium.
Second, the story addresses the Western State College of Law building that Cal State Fullerton’s Auxiliary Services Corporation (ASC) purchased in 2012. While space in the paper didn’t facilitate too much coverage of this development, I still get the chance to address what groups are moving into the library part of the campus that came with the purchase, as well as what groups are moving into the four-story building that came with the purchase.
If you want to see the story in its entirety, you can see it here. You can also check out my whole archive of work for the Daily Titan through the link over on the right!