Author: Amanda Chacon

An illustration of a man wearing a tank top with the American flag on it, holding a sign with the word "Sanctuary" circled and crossed out.

The refusal of the city of Huntington Beach to accept sanctuary laws marks the end of American equality

With immigration is being one of the most divisive issues, Huntington Beach’s recent decision to sue California over the

Kit Yan standing in the middle of Times Square

Kit Yan performs slam poetry about life as a queer transgender during AICA’s Culture Week at CSUF

Each time slam poetry performer Kit Yan used the phrase, “Something is broken” on Monday night, the mantra boomed

An illustration of Cosmopolitan Magazine on a shelf between Entertainment Weekly and The Atlantic. The people on the other magazines are looking at the woman on Cosmopolitan who is surrounded by words like "Love," "Hot," and "Sex" and is saying "You know, they used to put me at the front of the store."

Devil’s Advocate: Removing Cosmopolitan from Walmart checkout lines shelves women’s progress

Over the past year, women have made strides to stand up for themselves and take control of their own

Six candidates debate issues like immigration, trade and health care at a forum in the Fullerton Community Center.

Six candidates for 39th Congressional District seat discussed Immigration, international trade and health care at forum in Fullerton

Immigration, international trade and health care were a few of the polarizing topics explored at a forum of six

Ari Williams starts running to first

CSUF softball stomped 14-3 by Oklahoma in largest loss of the season

CSUF softball dropped its final game of the Easton Invitational against Oklahoma by a final score of 14-3. The


Cal State Fullerton spends around $1 million a year on staff and security for campus network

The Cal State Fullerton Information Technology Department has created over 200,000 email accounts which are equipped with around a


CSUF students blame lack of parking availability and sleep for being late to class

Tardiness, while not a phenomenon, is an issue at Cal State Fullerton like any other university. First-year health science


Cal State Fullerton professor explains how social media stoked the embers of political revolution in talk at Pollak Library

The use of social media in political revolutions became the topic of faculty discourse in the Pollak Library on


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