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Kristin Orloff reads from her book American Wings, Iranian Roots in the Pollak Library on Wednesday evening

Author Kristin Orloff and Reza Abedi of biography ‘American Wings, Iranian Roots’ come to CSUF to share the story of the Iranian defector

CSUF alumna Kristin Orloff said her life was changed after hearing the story of Reza Abedi, a gold-medal winning

a woman looks focused as she listens to a presentation during the mental health conference

Cal State Fullerton ASI President Laila Dadabhoy advocates for mental health at Reclaim Mental Health conference

Associated Students President Laila Dadabhoy recalled the time she tried to turn in an assignment for her friend who’d

An illustration of a Starbucks cup on its side, spilling coffee. The Starbucks mermaid has a caption that says, "But I thought everyone was welcome?"

Starbucks could have easily prevented the racial profiling incident at its store in Philadelphia

On April 12, a viral video showing two black men being arrested inside a Starbucks in Philadelphia sparked public

A portrait of Lucy Hale not smiling embedded into a question mark.

‘Truth or Dare’ leaves audience with just enough jump scares to classify it as horror

Truth or dare is a well-known party game among adolescents and adults usually filled with laughs and jokes that


Black in Bloom symposium spotlights successful black people in various fields of work

Chefs, scholars, rappers, writers and entrepreneurs all gathered in the Titan Student Union on Tuesday to spotlight African-Americans in

A group of women, dressed in royal purple skirts, dance in front of the audience

CSUF President Fram Virjee hosts Asian Pacific Islander Desi American Heritage Month reception

Students and guests from diverse backgrounds, some dressed in traditional East Asian garb, came together Tuesday to enjoy a

four students display their project in front of audience

K-12 students gathered in the CSUF Titan Student Union to offer solutions for environmental issues

Food waste, alternative energy, bee preservation and global climate change were some of the issues tackled at the fifth

Test tubes are drying near the sink.

At-home genetic tests can give misleading results

After struggling to receive clearance for consumers on health-related genetics testing in 2013, 23andMe has now been approved by


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