Author: ldiaz

Hollywood remakes and sequels like ‘Jumanji’ and ‘Rings’ are lazy

In Hollywood’s current climate, it’s rare to find a movie that makes audiences fall in love its creative plot

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Former political prisoners speak at CSUF about need for human rights reform in Iran

CORRECTION: This is an updated version modified on March 9 at 4:50 p.m. to reflect accuracy within the story: Nasser

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Studies find that dependency on smartphones may lead to depression and anxiety

The increased reliance and reluctance to put down smartphones has introduced a new and increasingly common addiction called “nomophobia”

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CSUF student and award-winning artist Josephine Hernandez overcomes visual impairment

Josephine “Joey” Hernandez was a sophomore in high school with a passion for drawing when her vision started deteriorating

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Adults will never learn how to do taxes if schools don’t teach them

The most commonly known fact about tax returns is their deadline, April 17, but it’s likely to slip the

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Devil’s Advocate: Young athletes aren’t emotionally ready for the Olympic Games

The 2018 Olympic Games are drawing more attention than ever before due to the influence of teenagers. Seventeen year

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Hookup culture might lead to emotional distress and frustration for college students

While the topic of college hookups isn’t new, Lisa Wade, associate professor of sociology at Occidental College, argues that

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Gender-specific toys are an outdated relic

As more debates about gender conformity surface, there are a new questions to ask: are gender roles really that

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