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Danielle Rosales, a member of Ballet Folklorico de CSUF, dances on stage at the Soy Yo Festival in traditional folklorico attire.

Soy Yo Festival educates students on Latinx community

Tamales, pupusas, Flamin’ Hot Cheetos with warm nacho cheese sauce and creamy horchata — who wouldn’t be hungry with

This is an illustration of Solange from her latest album "When I Get Home."

Review: ‘When I Get Home’ by Solange is her tribute to home and self-expression

Whirls of overlapping voices, paired with alternate beat switch-ups, repetitive lyrics and thought-provoking ad-libs and interludes make Solange’s latest

A photo of a knight's helmet.

‘Echoes of Steel’ exhibit displays European Martial Arts, swords and Renaissance history

Decorated with swords and books, the Atrium Gallery in the Pollak Library displays another temporary exhibit. "Echoes of Steel:

This is an illustration of three lipsticks, each a different shape, size, and color.

Column: Wet N Wild MegaLast lipsticks are matte not Mac

Treating yourself no longer has to break your bank account. Yes, it is possible to keep up with the

A photo of a painting by Eric Tippiconnic illustrating a Native American woman on a horse.

Muckenthaler Center exhibits Native American art on environmentalism

Artists from the Native American community displayed their works at The Muckenthaler Cultural Center to convey the importance of

This is a photo of two of the characters on stage as one lays on a sofa chair and is grieving.

Review: ‘The Cherry Orchard’ showcases intimate relationships and intricate costumes

The Department of Theatre and Dance performed Anton Chekhov’s “The Cherry Orchard” at the Young Theatre on Friday night. Set

This is a photo of a man painting

Laguna Beach First Thursdays Art Walk displays diverse works, from contemporary art to Chinese embroidery

Art aficionados spent their Thursday night gazing at unique pieces at the Laguna Beach First Thursdays Art Walk. Since its

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


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