Author: Raymond Pelayo

“Privilege Beads” sparks conversations about privilege and identity at CSUF

A menagerie of beads were placed along tables in the Titan Student Union Legislative Chambers as part of the

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Making classroom attendance mandatory is pointless

University students have the responsibility of managing a financial living budget and the ability to take out loans while

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Working Wardrobes provides workshops and clothes to help the disadvantaged find jobs

When the rent on former marine Daniel Sanchez’ apartment in Anaheim increased, he could no longer afford to live

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CSUF Practical Advantage Communications wins MarCom award

Practical Advantage Communications, a student-run advertising and public relations agency on campus, won a MarCom Award for its spring

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OLLI presentation tackles underrepresented women in STEM

The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute continued its “Tales of a Great University” series with a presentation by Susamma Barua,

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Multicultural Festival brings cultural diversity to CSUF campus

Vibrant colored dresses, dances and diverse flavors of food from Mexico to the Philippines attracted crowds of students along

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‘Exposición’ car show at CSUF brings attention to Hispanic traditions

Vintage eye-popping cars, hydraulics and Aztec-inspired art are all aspects of Chicano traditions passed down for generations. In honor

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CSUF invites LA-based duo Whesli for ASI concert series

The Los Angeles-based duo, Whesli played a set full of soft melodies, creating a serene atmosphere among the crowd

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