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Nutcrackers in front of the Mission Inn.

Holiday light displays brighten up local neighborhoods

The merriness of the winter months can put a damper on a person’s wallet, but with a few dollars

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel / Courtesy of Amazon Studios

Review: “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” reaches new heights

The social conservatism in New York during the 1950s only makes Miriam “Midge” Maisel much more marvelous as she

CSUF men's basketball guard Khalil Ahmad dunks on the competition during the Titans game.

CSUF men’s basketball heads to the University of San Francisco

The early stages of the 2018-19 season for the CSUF men’s basketball team has been a mixed bag. The

CSUF women's basketball guard Raina Perez fights through the Santa Clara University defense.

Daeja Smith, CSUF women’s basketball hosts Antelope Valley

A four-game win streak has put CSUF women’s basketball (6-4) in second place for the Big West. If they

girls look at a book and sees a random jumble of letters and numbers

Column: The challenges of not knowing you have dyslexia in college

Learning the sequence of the alphabet is as easy as adding 4 plus 5, but if you’re dyslexic, there’s

CSUF athletics logo

CSUF athletics signed 17 athletes on National Letter of Intent Day

This story was updated on Nov. 20 at 5:37 p.m. to include the latest signing.  CSUF athletics officially entered the

Baxter Holmes interviewing Kobe Bryant

ESPN writer Baxter Holmes speaks at CSUF’s Society of Professional Journalists meeting

Writing a story on certain aspects about an athlete or sport that are unknown to most people — such

Guests hug each other at the memorial service for Augie Garrido on Nov. 9.

CSUF honors the Titans baseball head coach Augie Garrido

CSUF baseball players, coaches, alumni and members of the CSUF athletic department commemorated the life of Augie Garrido, a