Author: Ricardo Navarro

Titans Jadie Acidera striking a tennis ball.

CSUF tennis enters its final match of conference play against Long Beach State before the Big West Tournament

CSUF tennis will be looking to capture a win against Long Beach State on Friday and enter the tournament

CSUF baseball player sliding back to first base while their opponent tries catching a fly ball.

CSUF baseball continues road trip with game against the University of San Diego

CSUF baseball will face off against the University of San Diego at Fowler Park and Cunningham Field on Tuesday

Titans baseball players sliding into home base.

CSUF baseball looks to extend five-game winning streak against Pepperdine

CSUF baseball will face off against Pepperdine at Goodwin Field on Tuesday at 6 p.m. The Waves (14-16) will

Cash placed in hard taco shells like meat.

CSUF student wins $30,000 from the Taco Bell Live Más Scholarship program at NBA All-Star Weekend

CORRECTION: This is an updated version modified on March 15 at 3:45 p.m. to reflect accuracy within the story regarding

Three masked figures hold knives and an ax.

Review: “The Strangers: Prey At Night” swings and misses as a slasher movie

After Johannes Roberts’ directed the 2017 shark thriller “47 Meters Down,” he seemed to have the experience necessary to


CSUF National Student Speech Language Hearing Association hosts ‘The Way We Talk’ screening to shed light on stuttering

Doughnuts, drinks, balloons, sandwiches and students cluttered the Titan Student Union for the premiere showing of the documentary, “The


El Modena High School students host “Be the Poem” poetry reading at The Night Owl

The aroma of coffee and pastries took over the The Night Owl as anticipation filled the air Thursday, competing


Eating in can benefit college students’ bank accounts and health

After a long day at work and countless hours hearing a professor babble on in a lecture, the enticing


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