Author: Sarah El-Mahmoud

Leo Torrez and Caleb Gibson standing next to each other smiling for 'The Importance of Being Earnest' by CSUF

CSUF Theater Review: ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’ delightfully revisits Oscar Wilde’s classic

CSUF's “The Importance of Being Earnest” lets audiences indulge in Oscar Wilde’s classic, serving up sunny melodrama and mishaps,

A map of the United States with president salaries from comparable universities.

The below-average salary of CSUF President Fram Virjee reflects the CSU system’s lack of funding

Cal State Fullerton President Fram Virjee said he didn’t start working for the CSU because of the paycheck. After

Emily Abbott in the bathtub looking scared.

John Krasinski’s ‘A Quiet Place’ uses its silence to its advantage

The unsettling burden of the fear of silence plagues the screen immediately in “A Quiet Place.” A resounding anxiety


CSU presidents’ salaries are now state funded after some received supplemental pay from private sources

Since Jan. 1, CSU presidents’ salaries have been required to be funded by the state, the CSU Board of

An illustration of Cosmopolitan Magazine on a shelf between Entertainment Weekly and The Atlantic. The people on the other magazines are looking at the woman on Cosmopolitan who is surrounded by words like "Love," "Hot," and "Sex" and is saying "You know, they used to put me at the front of the store."

Devil’s Advocate: Walmart turns the page on female objectification with removal of Cosmopolitan

No matter what customers purchase at a grocery store, approaching the checkout line means being greeted by shelves of


CSUF Play Review: ‘Taking Steps’ is filled with hilarious moments and intricate character development

The unique quirk in the CSUF production of “Taking Steps” can be found in the way each character maneuvers


CSUF Theatre season to kick off with British comedy ‘Taking Steps’

Cal State Fullerton acting major Casey Bowen was tasked with doing a physical comedy bit, so he put on


Student director to bring “Real Women Have Curves” to a CSUF stage

When sexual allegations in Hollywood started making headlines, student director Vanessa Cortez turned to a play she read in


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