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‘Exposición’ car show at CSUF brings attention to Hispanic traditions

Vintage eye-popping cars, hydraulics and Aztec-inspired art are all aspects of Chicano traditions passed down for generations. In honor

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Op-Ed: Faculty concerned that Yiannopoulos’ ‘Troll Academy’ will disrupt CSUF students

Provost Anil Puri wrote to faculty Oct. 9 about Milo Yiannopoulos’ “Troll Academy” scheduled for Oct. 31. Puri stated,

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CSUF invites LA-based duo Whesli for ASI concert series

The Los Angeles-based duo, Whesli played a set full of soft melodies, creating a serene atmosphere among the crowd

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CSUF alumnus depicts political and social views in his watercolor paintings

A watercolor painting of President Donald Trump ripping apart the American flag unveiling the Russian flag is only one

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CSUF Police arrest man for indecent exposure

Cal State Fullerton University Police arrested the individual who exposed himself to a female student near Dan Black Hall

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After dark, CSUF serves as a place for dance teams to rehearse

If you’ve ever walked through CSUF after dark, you may have noticed the groups of dancers practicing on campus.

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CSUF’s mammoth fossil display is now open for viewing

Tuffy’s distant cousin arrived at CSUF Monday completely installed and ready for viewing at the Chapman Atrium in the

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CSUF’s Department of Social Work co-hosts mental health conference

Cal State Fullerton’s Department of Social Work teamed up with the nonprofit organization Viet-C.A.R.E. to host the API Mental

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