Author: Sarah El-Mahmoud

Original CSUF play adaptation breathes new life into ‘Frankenstein’

Stitched together from body parts, Victor Frankenstein’s horrifying, iconic creature will animate out of electricity into the living dead

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CSUF alumnus-founded band The Mercy Stone releases their first album, “Ghettoblaster”

An electric guitar riff duets with an energetic cello, followed by the drummer leading violin strings to set off

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‘Hamilton’ cast member and CSUF alumnus Rubén Carbajal returns to speak about his inspiring rise in theatre

Before Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Broadway musical phenomenon “Hamilton” gained massive popularity, his musical “In the Heights,” changed how CSUF alumnus

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OC Night Market a savory blend of clever and diverse street food

The familiar diversity of Southern California cuisine took on new flavors at the OC Night Market in Costa Mesa.

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eSports and Gaming of CSUF club wins $10,000 scholarship at Vainglory tournament at E3 over summer

Bryan Amaro, Eric Diaz, Kyle Fujii and Jason Sovan have always had a passion for gaming. Taking to the

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PR professor recounts experiences at CSUF, encourages dedication

Since his graduation from Cal State Fullerton in 1999, Ken Hagihara hasn’t had much down time and has few

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Dance student to teach the next generation

Seventeen dancers sit on chairs in the studio until Abigail DiGrazia flips music on and breaks their stillness. DiGrazia

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Off the Beat: Music is the reason for the success of ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’

There are few movies defined by their soundtracks alone. “Saturday Night Fever,” “Flashdance,” and “Dirty Dancing” are among the

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