Author: sacevedo

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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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trash bin with straws coming out, trash bags on the floor

Devil’s Advocate: The California straw bill is wasteful and doesn’t create significant environmental impact

California is taking its eco-friendliness to the next level as lawmakers passed a bill on Aug. 23, which made

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Girl trapped in a safety net between high school and top college

Column: Dealing with failure when Cal State Fullerton wasn’t your first choice college

As an overachieving (and undoubtedly pretentious) freshman heading to college in 2016, I always prided myself in knowing what

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