Author: Diane Ortiz

An image of Hillary Clinton on a stage holding a mic.

Lack of faith in women’s ability to lead is holding America back

Women have made strides in business and in politics, but not nearly enough to be considered on equal footing

a woman stand on stage and looks onto audience

Center for Women Veterans director emphasizes the importance of education and discusses feeling ‘invisible’ as a woman in combat

Kayla M. Williams, director of the Center for Women Veterans, said she enlisted in the military after feeling a

A student leads her classmates as they walk out of class at Fullerton Troy High School to protest gun violence.

Fullerton Troy High School students walk out of classes as calls for gun reform intensify

As part of a nationwide protest against gun violence, students at Fullerton Troy High School walked out of their

Students protest the CSU tuition increase outside the state capital in Sacramento.

The California Faculty Association will protest the CSU tuition increase in Sacramento

Jennifer Eagan, California Faculty Association president, encouraged students and CSU members in a Tuesday conference call to take a

Refracted character stills surround Chris Pine's character in this promotional image from the film "A Wrinkle in Time"

Review: Disney’s “A Wrinkle in Time” redeems itself on-screen

“A Wrinkle in Time” by Disney is an imaginative film that takes viewers on a cosmic journey to find

Gearheart performs at Becker Amphitheater during ASI's Battle of the Bands.

Gearheart to opens Spring Concert at CSUF after winning Battle of the Bands

Pizza boxes were stacked in rows waiting to be retrieved as students began surrounding the Becker Amphitheater, some choosing


CSUF Herbivore Club and president Megan Russell welcome all students to learn about nutritional health, animal activism and environmentalism

When Cal State Fullerton student Megan Russell found out she was starting to get hyperglycemia – abnormally high blood


Oregon Health & Science University was unreasonable to reject an undocumented immigrant

Silvia Lesama-Santos has lived in Portland, Oregon for at least three decades. But to her surprise, the 46-year-old mother


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