Author: Sarah El-Mahmoud

Off the Beat: HalfNoise’s ‘The Velvet Face’ shows that Zac Farro can succeed outside of Paramore

Twenty-six-year-old Zac Farro has already lived a lifetime as a musician, beginning as an original member of Paramore and

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Arts Week allows Titan students to explore creative events on campus

Fresh splashes of color and imagination will fill the air this week as students are invited to “Break the

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Off the Beat: Cold War Kids are influenced by a grounded Los Angeles view

Miracle Mile, a stretch of Wilshire boulevard, transformed from the once unpaved fields to the essential Downtown Los Angeles

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Planned Parenthood and CSUF Students for Life are pro-woman, despite differences

Whether it be out of curiosity, anger or in the spirit of discussion, students interacted with a large display

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CSUF alumna and 1991’s “Beauty and the Beast” screenwriter Linda Woolverton talked workplace sexism

CSUF alumna Linda Woolverton, the first woman to write a screenplay for a Disney-animated feature, talked with students in

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Movie Review: ‘Beauty and the Beast’ a gorgeous approximation of the original

Disney serves up another top-notch fairytale with the enchanting new live-action “Beauty and the Beast.” It’s a squeaky clean

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Affordable Learning Solutions Expo focused on faculty-provided affordable resources for students

Faculty-provided affordable resources and services for students were the focus of the Affordable Learning Solutions EXPO and Faculty Recognition

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Off the Beat: Lorde has shown why she should be considered ‘Royal’

As brand new sounds glimmer from Lorde’s mind to form her sophomore album “Melodrama,” debuting this summer, she remains

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