Author: Natalie Nuesca

CSUF nursing student finds passion helping new parents and being part of their ‘firsts’

Amanda Felton, 21, was helping a woman around her age go through labor with her first child. The expecting

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First-generation students face unique challenges in the college process

As a double-major freshman in human services and women and gender studies, Anthony Vasquez said he struggled with finding

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‘Imagining Our Stories, Narrating Our World’ highlights graphic novels as a noteworthy medium of expression

Graphic novels placed on shelves and in glass encasements fill the empty spaces amid the study tables full of

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“Writing in the Teaching Profession” workshop prepares students for teaching jobs

The College of Education hosted a weeklong series of events intended to assist and educate future teachers. The third

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Cal State Fullerton’s ASI holds Camp Titan Toy Drive

Associated Students, Inc. is collecting unwrapped children’s toys for its annual Camp Titan Toy Drive at the Titan Student

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CSUF students help Assistance League of Fullerton during clothing drive

Student-run public relations firm Khedd Communications, and the nonprofit organization Assistance League of Fullerton (ALF) are collecting clothing donations

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Asian Pacific American LGBTQ students share difficulties of being out at home

The Cal State Fullerton LGBTQ Resource Center collaborated with the Asian Pacific American Resource Center (APARC) for an open

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ASI DIY workshops make creative Pinterest projects affordable and fun

With a paintbrush in hand accompanied by a palette of glow-in-the-dark colors, students transformed clear mason jars into vibrant

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