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25 0 0 0 0 . 286a3 3 0 1 0 3-3c-. 945 0 0 0 18 9c0-. 001 0 0 0 9 18a8. Fram Virjee, new president of Cal State Fullerton, stands outside his office with the campus sprawling behind him. Fram Virjee sits in his office at Cal State Fullerton.
He sits under a wall of Rwanda- and elephant-themed artwork. With his wife, Julie, he founded Yambi Rwanda, a nonprofit dedicated to improving the lives of Rwandans by meeting basic human needs. A baseball jersey with his favorite number and a volleyball jersey with his wife’s await hanging in the office of Fram Virjee. The new president of Cal State Fullerton, Fram Virjee, stands outside his office in Fullerton. The new president of Cal State Fullerton, Fram Virjee, looks over the campus from his office. Fram Virjee, the new president of Cal State Fullerton, at his office in Fullerton. Cal State Fullerton President Fram Virjee and his wife, Julie, pose with Mickey Mouse at a university event at Disneyland.
Looking at the wall across from Fram Virjee’s desk, it’s hard to believe he hasn’t been president of Cal State Fullerton for years. There in the middle is a burlap coffee bag from Rwanda with a drawing of an elephant. Nearby are paintings of elephants done by his sons when they were little. There’s even a ticket from the 1960s elephant races that gave the fledgling university its mascot. But Virjee walked through the door to that office only Jan. 2, plucked from his position as executive vice chancellor and general counsel for the California State University system to fill the chair left by Mildred García, who left after nearly six years to head the American Association of State Colleges and Universities. In the weeks since, he has played basketball in the student-faculty Pachyderm Challenge, greeted students and alums at a Disneyland After Dark event in a Mickey Mouse voice, had coffee with cops and spoken at Christ Our Redeemer AME Church in Irvine to preach college preparation to African American students.