Category: Arts & Entertainment

Press X to Join: Esports shouldn’t be in the 2024 Olympics

The Olympics may stand as a symbol of globalism and unity, but it has devolved into a pissing contest

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Original CSUF play adaptation breathes new life into ‘Frankenstein’

Stitched together from body parts, Victor Frankenstein’s horrifying, iconic creature will animate out of electricity into the living dead

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CSUF alumnus-founded band The Mercy Stone releases their first album, “Ghettoblaster”

An electric guitar riff duets with an energetic cello, followed by the drummer leading violin strings to set off

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Review: Asian fusion restaurant Noodle St. offers delightful dishes

An Asian fusion spot opened in April down the street from Cal State Fullerton and is serving up fresh

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LA County Fair’s “College Days” offers free fair fun for CSU students

Admission will be free for CSU students this Thursday as a part of the fair’s “College Days” promotion. Students

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‘Mother!’ Review: Jennifer Lawrence’s stars in a horrifying conceptual film about society’s selfishness

“Mother!” is an intense, rated R two-hour mindtrip that is certainly not a movie for the faint of heart.

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Brand New releases anticipated comeback album, ‘Science Fiction,’ and headlines High & Low Festival

Fog crept across the stage and fell onto the audience as a ghostly audio clip from the track rang

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Review: Netflix’s ‘BoJack Horseman’ season four triumphs in its characters’ humanizing tribulations

The fourth season of the Netflix’s critically acclaimed comedy, “BoJack Horseman,” is most captivating not in how the characters

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