Author: Kim Pham

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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From left to right, Randy Ear, Julia Kong, Milan Le and Lauryn Dang represented Asian clubs at the Q&A panel.

‘Bao’ teaches us the importance of cultural identity and family

A discussion on cultural identity and food was presented at the Diversity Initiatives and Resource Center’s “Bao: Expression of

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Bryce Vine makes grand hand gestures while performing his songs onstage at The Observatory.

Bryce Vine delivered energy and spirit at The Observatory

Bryce Vine’s bright blue shirt quickly became dark navy as sweat soaked his clothes while he danced and sang

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A photo of Rami Perlman giving advice to CSUF's Music Industry club.

Space Yacht entrepreneur group gives industry advice to CSUF students

Space Yacht, a Los Angeles events collective, was invited by the Cal State Fullerton Music Industry Club on Tuesday

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Two people standing in front of a TV and looking at a commercial that reads "DEVOUR" and "FROZEN FOODS."

The best and worst of the 2019 Super Bowl commercials

Millions of viewers tuned in to watch football during the 2019 Super Bowl but the real attraction was the

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Keynote speaker Shari-Feng Ho wears Taiwanese clothing as she stands in the middle of the stage.

Human trafficking survivor sparks awareness at CSUF

After being deprived of her freedom for 20 years, Shari-Feng Ho has dedicated herself to fighting human trafficking, using

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Illustration of a red moon with a howling wolf behind it in the sky.

The super blood wolf moon fails to impress

The super blood wolf moon on Jan. 20 turned out to be like online catfishing; while its name exuded

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An illustration of a girl contemplating New Year's resolutions.

Column: Ten tips to fulfill your 2019 New Year’s resolutions

January is almost over, but 2019 is still full of experiences waiting to happen. For some, the first month

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