Students get comfortable as they powerwrite their thoughts onto paper, still following the prompt given to them on the screen.

Power writing turns mindless scribbles to mindful poetry

Students pushed their pens to paper and practiced mindfulness during “Poetry Powerwrite” in the Asian Pacific American Resource Center

Children and adults stand near the finish line while cheerleaders promote the excitement in the background.

Local community competes in #LaHabraRaces to raise money

As the sun crept over the horizon at the La Habra Marketplace on Saturday morning, hundreds of runners of

Bryce Vine makes grand hand gestures while performing his songs onstage at The Observatory.

Bryce Vine delivered energy and spirit at The Observatory

Bryce Vine’s bright blue shirt quickly became dark navy as sweat soaked his clothes while he danced and sang

A girl is spotting another girl as she squats weights.

Recreation Center hosts ‘Formation Day’ to educate women on gym equipment

As part of International Women’s Day, Cal State Fullerton’s Student Recreation Center hosted the first ever “Formation Day For

A photo of 20 cakes to represent the 20 year anniversary of the Grand Central Art Center.

Santa Ana’s Grand Central Art Center celebrates 20 year anniversary

Cakes, ceramics, art creations and the sound of a buzzsaw could be heard from the Grand Central Art Center

A photo of Rob Crites juggling pins.

Titans enjoyed food and fun at the second annual ASI Carnival

Crispy fries topped with shredded cheddar cheese, warm black beans and chili, sprinkled green onions and fluffy sour cream

An illustration of people in different countries communicating through WhatsApp.

Column: WhatsApp has united my family from Ontario to Zacatecas

The driving distance between Ontario, California, and Zacatecas, Mexico is 1,409 miles. The majority of my family, including my

Patricia Adelekan sitting in her office where she hold up a graduation photo of herself.

Patricia Adelekan stresses the importance of youth and Black History Month

To Patricia Adelekan, 76, black history is more personal than what’s written in textbooks — it is the sum


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