Author: Tatiana Diaz

An individual gazes at a wall decorated in images depicting oppression of a marginalized group.

Tunnels of Oppression event walks CSUF students through the lives of marginalized groups

Images depicting the struggles facing society’s marginalized groups surrounded students as they walked through the fourth annual Tunnels of

map of where crimes in story took place on campus

CSUF crime: Theft, kidnapping, assault and repeated offender reported in Fullerton

CSUF University Police received a call on March 10 at 1:00 p.m. that a male, non-student was “disturbing the

Raymund Aguirre raises his right hand to swear in as Cal State Fullerton's new University Police Chief

New CSUF police chief Raymund Aguirre sworn in

Dennis DeMaio handed over the duty of Cal State Fullerton University Police chief to Raymund Aguirre, who will oversee

Member of men's golf finishing his swing

Cal State Fullerton men’s golf takes fifth-place finish in the second day of the ORU/SFA Spring Break Challenge

Cal State Fullerton men’s golf ended day two of the ORU/SFA Spring Break Challenge in fifth place, scoring 16-over


Prevention is just as important as rehabilitation is for Cal State Fullerton athletic trainers

The roles of Cal State Fullerton athletic trainers with treating student-athletes go beyond ice packs and bandages. Injury prevention


CSUF African American Resource Center provides information about higher education applications as part of Black History Month

The African American Resource Center (AARC) continued its Black History Month celebration Tuesday with the graduate student panel: Next


CSUF professor joins pianist Gustavo Romero on stage

Meng Concert Hall in Clayes Performing Arts Center opened its doors Thursday evening for a night of musical excellence


Cal State Fullerton DACA students share their concerns amid uncertainty about citizenship status

(Editor’s note: The last names of the students in this story have been omitted to protect their status as


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