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CSUF Crime: University Police sees lower arrest rates in all areas during spring 2018 semester

On May 3, three suspects were convicted in a case of kidnapping and robbery that occurred in the Nutwood

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CSUF alumnus’ animation aspirations come to life at DreamWorks

Many students can think back to their childhood and recall how they answered the question of what they wanted

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CSUF students share their experiences with food poisoning

While people were out celebrating Valentine's Day with their loved ones last year, fourth-year CSUF business major Stephanie Vega

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CSUF crime: University police prevent attempted suicide, log hit and run and bike theft

CSUF University Police Capt. John Brockie said officers responded to a call on April 13 about a person sitting

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Barks of Love is bringing back Bark Bash to give dogs another chance at finding a home

Although the number of animals euthanized in shelters has decreased from 2011, 1.5 million cats and dogs are euthanized

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Students in masters counseling program at CSUF bring awareness to social justice issues in America

Children’s shoes were placed in front of the student health center by graduate students in the CSUF counseling program

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An illustration of a man with a suitcase full of money walking past a woman who stands a counter labeled "Payday." A hand behind the counter holds out a single dollar for the woman who looks back at the man.

Female focused industries are failing to address their gender pay gap

The fashion industry’s recent fixation on promoting equality and female empowerment has been widespread as designers like Zadig &

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CSUF crime: 58 people ejected from Spring Concert for alcohol intoxication

Fifty-eight people were ejected from Associated Students’ Spring Concert for alcohol intoxication Saturday, and six people needed medical assistance

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