The Muslim Student Association hosted Hijab Day

Muslim Student Association celebrates Women’s History Month with Hijab Day

Students had an opportunity to try on a headscarf on Titan Walk during Hijab Day, an event hosted by

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Tara Campbell speaks to local resident.

Yorba Linda mayor Tara Campbell shares journey into politics

Tara Campbell may have graduated from USC with plans to pursue broadcast journalism, but she is now serving as

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Lilivao Tautolo discusses her struggles as a first generation student.

Alumna shares experience as first generation Pacific Islander

Last Wednesday, students enjoyed Spam musubi during the “What I Wish I Knew Back Then: Experiences of  First-Generation Pacific

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Harlen Lambert was the first African American police officer in Orange County

CSUF honors first African-American police officer in Orange County

Harlen “Lamb” Lambert, the first African-American police officer hired in Orange County, was honored by the University Honors Program

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A screenshot of game character Sekiro staring into the distance of a region in Japan.

Review: “Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice” is a true “Dark Souls” game

Patience and skill are the two chief attributes one must have when playing “Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice.” The gameplay

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Kimonos were available to try on at the Nadeshiko Kai Japanese Culture and Traditions booth.

Kimonos captivate students at Japanese Culture Expo

Attendees absorbed Japanese culture with artistic calligraphy, colorful ikebana, kimonos and rhythmic taiko at the Japanese Culture Club’s eighth

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This is a photo of Melissa Polinar performing at the fourth annual Titan Night Market.

Fourth annual Titan Night Market shared food and music

Rain or shine, the Asian Pacific American Resource Center’s Titan Night Market continued on for its fourth year in

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This is a photo of Chris Shu’s adventure dog duo Miko the Shibe and Aya the Shikoku take part in the event.

Barks of Love fosters awareness on dog rescue and adoption

Humans and canines soaked up the sunshine at the third annual Bark Bash held at the Heritage Museum on

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John Smith, assistant head coach for CSUF men's basketball, has been named the

Assistant head coach John Smith accepts new role in Cal Poly San Luis Obispo

After being the associate head coach for Cal State Fullerton men’s basketball for the past six years, John Smith

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CSUF baseball's Mitchell Berryhill and his large orange beard and a navy blue helmet adorned with an an orange Fullerton "F" clutches both hands at the top of his bat, staring off in the distance.

CSUF baseball to open Big West play against No. 17 UCSB

With 22 games under their belt, the Cal State Fullerton baseball team will begin their Big West title defense

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Genevieve Zeidan sets up for a serve.

Cal State Fullerton women’s tennis defeats Portland

The Cal State Fullerton women’s tennis team came out victorious in their matchup against the University of Portland, winning

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Cal State Fullerton softball looks towards their Big West opener against UCSB

CSUF softball opens Big West conference against UCSB

The CSUF softball team is set to open the Big West conference this Saturday with a series at UC

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An illustration of Jordan Peele's movie 'Us.'

Review: Jordan Peele’s ‘Us’ questions the monotony of daily life

Jordan Peele hits another home run with his sophomore effort, “Us.” While Peele’s last hit “Get Out” was mostly

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A screenshot of game character Sekiro staring into the distance of a region in Japan.

Review: “Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice” is a true “Dark Souls” game

Patience and skill are the two chief attributes one must have when playing “Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice.” The gameplay

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Kimonos were available to try on at the Nadeshiko Kai Japanese Culture and Traditions booth.

Kimonos captivate students at Japanese Culture Expo

Attendees absorbed Japanese culture with artistic calligraphy, colorful ikebana, kimonos and rhythmic taiko at the Japanese Culture Club’s eighth

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This is a photo of Melissa Polinar performing at the fourth annual Titan Night Market.

Fourth annual Titan Night Market shared food and music

Rain or shine, the Asian Pacific American Resource Center’s Titan Night Market continued on for its fourth year in

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Illustration of a heckler getting arrested, shouting "Sell your team!"

NBA takes away spirit by banning hecklers from games

For as long as sports have been a preeminent and revered part of societal entertainment, those who pride themselves

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NCAA’s false narrative about student-athlete life

Wake up, go to school, practice, hang out with friends, play, study and sleep. In a recent PSA posted

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Genevieve Zeidan sets up for a serve.

Cal State Fullerton women’s tennis defeats Portland

The Cal State Fullerton women’s tennis team came out victorious in their matchup against the University of Portland, winning

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Illustration of prostitutes saying we want rights.

Legalizing prostitution could combat assault cases

In the United States, the potential to mitigate domestic violence and stigmatizations against prostitution is blockaded by its illegal

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