A cat inside Moon Cat Cafe stares at the camera.

Moon Cat Cafe stops by Brea to connect people with felines looking for forever homes

Stepping into a large van with the promise of some coffee and cats might sound unusual at first, but

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Students participate in the gaming expo called SIEGE at the TSU at CSUF.

CSUF League of Legends Club president helps gaming community thrive on campus

CORRECTION: This is an updated version modified on May 3 at 4:12 p.m. to reflect accuracy within the story

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Students wearing glow sticks as necklaces and bracelets practice yoga on the ECS lawn

CSUF Yoga Club’s ‘Glowga’ lights up the Engineering & Computer Science lawn

As the sun was beginning to set and the day became cooler, members of the CSUF Yoga Club gradually

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Champ, a black and white medium sized dogs, poses in his wheelchair

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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Members of CSUF's Harry Potter Alliance Club work on arts and crafts that pertain to the movie during their meeting.

Harry Potter Alliance at CSUF creates a world for students that mirrors the films and books

Hidden within the imaginary houses of Gryffindor, Hufflepuff, Ravenclaw and Slytherin are eager members who hope to recruit potential

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Raymond Nation poses for a portrait just outside of Humanities quad at CSUF.

Life comes full circle as nursing professor Austin Nation gives back to CSUF

CSUF professor Austin Nation was compared to the art piece “Sunday in the Park with George” by George Seurat

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Jordie Poblete sits for a portrait of himself.

CSUF alumnus Jordan Poblete helps teenagers find success after starting DisneyExaminer

Melody and Daniel Poblete didn’t know that giving their son Jordan “Jordie” Poblete a Mickey Mouse stuffed toy as

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MANTA Communications member speaks to guests about wildlife at CSUF.

Newport Bay Conservancy’s efforts recognized during student-hosted event at CSUF

It is a rare feat in California to find a place untouched by cement and asphalt. A concrete jungle

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