Author: Lauren Diaz

Taejun Lee climbing monkey bars

Cal State Fullerton alumnus Taejun Lee’s competes in races and thrives in his health science career despite spinal injury

It’s been seven years since Taejun “TJ” Lee lived the college life at Cal State Fullerton. Since then, he’s

CAPS director candidate Carolyn O'keefe speaks to an audience of CSUF community members in an open forum.

CSUF Counseling and Psychological Services holds open forums with potential new directors

The Cal State Fullerton Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) department held separate open forums over the past two weeks


Student newsrooms are being threatened financially but won’t go down without a fight

It’s not breaking news that print journalism is slowly being pushed off the radar and outshined by internet media,

Students wearing glow sticks as necklaces and bracelets practice yoga on the ECS lawn

CSUF Yoga Club’s ‘Glowga’ lights up the Engineering & Computer Science lawn

As the sun was beginning to set and the day became cooler, members of the CSUF Yoga Club gradually

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

CSU Chancellor Timothy White decides not to increase tuition for 2018-2019 school year

The CSU system announced Friday that it will not increase tuition for the 2018-2019 school year. CSU Chancellor Timothy

Person being buried in a sandbox.

Biodegradable burial pods are more eco-friendly than traditional funeral options

Those who decide on embalming and burial because they’re traditionally the most common and respectful ways of handling the

Members of CSUF's Harry Potter Alliance Club work on arts and crafts that pertain to the movie during their meeting.

Harry Potter Alliance at CSUF creates a world for students that mirrors the films and books

Hidden within the imaginary houses of Gryffindor, Hufflepuff, Ravenclaw and Slytherin are eager members who hope to recruit potential

There is a two panel illustration. The first panel shows a kid playing the violin and the second panel shows a kid getting an A+ on an exam.

Arts programs deserve more attention, not budget cuts

Ongoing budget cuts for art programs are doing significant harm to students; schools at all grade levels need to


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