Author: dianeortiz

Girls dressed in traditional Indian clothing dancing

Muckenthaler Cultural Center hosts the Silk Road Unity Festival to celebrate diversity

The ancient Silk Road was a network of trade routes connecting people from Asia all the way to Europe,

Jian Tian, the organizer of the poetry event, speaks to an audience at Pollak Library.

An Open Mic stood ready for Cal State Fullerton poets in Pollak Library as part of National Poetry month

On Monday, an open mic stood in Pollak Library, available for Cal State Fullerton poets, guests and the community

Various condoms are labeled on a corkboard to educate students on the different types of condoms available, like thin, snug and lubricated condoms.

Sexually transmitted diseases on the rise in Orange County

The nationwide rate of sexually transmitted diseases has reached epidemic levels over the last few years, with a reported

Figures with targets on their bodies stare straight ahead. One has his hands up, one is holding a phone, and one is wearing a hood.

Increased police training is needed to avoid incidents like the Stephon Clark shooting

Sequita Thompson and her husband called 911 at their home in South Sacramento, not knowing the police were already

A row of students with tape over their mouths and signs march in front of the Governor's Mansion

Students and faculty head to Sacramento protest Gov. Jerry Brown’s budget for CSU schools

SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Over 1,000 students and faculty from across the state were brought together Wednesday morning to protest

Speaker presents powerpoint on CSUF as a smoke-free campus

Professor seeks student perspective on the smoke-free policy at Cal State Fullerton

“Smoke-free campus” signs border Cal State Fullerton’s grounds, but students and faculty can find smoked cigarette butts littered all

An illustration of a person looking up at a bunch of vegetables, tofu and legumes floating above them.

Perceptions surrounding veganism and plant-based diets are misinformed and naive

“Veganism is unnatural.” “Humans need the protein from animals to survive.” “Vegans only eat salad.” The common misconceptions about

Members of CSUF baseball in MLB

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


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