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Faculty meeting to discuss student disabilities.

Disability Support Services speaker teaches acceptance

Students with disabilities can experience physical and attitudinal barriers on a college campus, said Rosalind Blackstar, assistant director of

Pumpkin Nights features several scary pumpkin and spiders decorations

Pumpkin Nights bring fright and fun for all ages in Pomona

Pumpkins transformed into dragons, pirates, spiders and numerous other decorative forms at Pumpkin Nights on Saturday in Pomona. Despite

Cal State Fullerton celebrates National Coming Out day.

Titans come out to celebrate the LGBTQ community

A balloon-rainbow arch swayed in the central Quad on Thursday, welcoming students to participate in interactive arts and crafts

The main characters of the play stare off into the audience.

“Bee-luther-hatchee” debuts for CSUF fall theater season

Cal State Fullerton’s fall theater production of “Bee-luther-hatchee” sets a mighty example of what can be done with a

Six Japanese students pose in front of Langsdorf Hall.

Japanese students learn the quirks of American culture at CSUF

Correction: This article was updated at 12:43 a.m. on Wednesday, September 26 to correct the spelling of Jin-ai University and

a man with no face sitting in a chair in front of microphone, the man is on stand in court

Kavanaugh hearing is an important part of the #MeToo movement

Ever since Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination in July, Democrats and Republicans have wreaked havoc on one another — even

red lips

‘Insatiable’ lacks integrity for covering edgy material

Netflix viewers are going to be crying tears — and not of laughter — because the streaming service has

A sixteen year old carries a skateboard and has an I voted sticker on his shirt with an American flag

Devil’s Advocate: Lowering the voting age is a pointless and won’t inspire political change

With the recent rise of youth activism across the country, the debate of lowering the voting age to 16