Author: sdelateur

A tan, striped, speckled rock against a black sky spattered with stars ponders the question ...What am I?

Pluto should still be considered a planet

Pluto was considered a planet until 2006, when the International Astronomical Union changed the definition of a planet and

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Jeff Reitz holds his Disneyland Annual Pass to the camera.

Air Force veteran Jeff Reitz has visited Disneyland every day for the past 7 years

Jeff Reitz takes Disneyland trips to a whole new level as he has visited Disneyland every day since 2011.

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An illustration of a laurel wreath.

Review: ‘Circe’ by Madeline Miller is an outstanding Halloween read

“Circe” by Madeline Miller is the perfect Halloween read with an ancient twist. Readers can delve into the tale

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Illustration showing different housing locations of students around CSUF

Living situations often determine a student’s college experience

For 19-year-old criminal justice major John Risenhoover, on-campus housing at Cal State Fullerton certainly has its perks. “If I lived

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ODEX 1, the six-legged robot, stands among other pieces and parts in CSUF's mechanical engineering lab

Defunct, aging robot Odex-1 awaits fate in CSUF mechanical engineering lab

Covered with dust and gadgets, Cal State Fullerton’s 35-year-old robot, ODEX 1, needs repair. ODEX 1, a functionoid walking robot,

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‘Star Trek’ served as an inspiration for technological advancements

“Star Trek” first aired in 1966 but was incredibly futuristic and influential for its time. The show featured groundbreaking

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Overuse of technology in education needs regulation

Technology has wormed its way into many aspects of our lives, like those Ziosk touch-screen ordering devices at restaurants

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Technology obsession needs an end

While parents and millennials walk around staring at their screens, the young ones looking up

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