A blonde woman in blue is posed like Rosie the Riveter with her arm curled up in a strong pose. She is wearing blue, and her hair is tied up with a blue headband. There is a pair of glass slippers in the background. There is a text bubble saying, "I can bibbidi bobbidi do it!"

‘Cinderella’ embodies feminism through kindness and strength

Being a feminist doesn’t mean trading in dresses and heels for more traditionally masculine attire. Women can be who

Disney animator Andrew Feliciano, talking about his role in making "Ralph Breaks the Internet."

CSUF alumnus shares ‘Ralph Breaks the Internet’ artwork

Walt Disney animator and Cal State Fullerton alumnus Andrew Feliciano visited campus on Nov. 13 to give a lively

Jeff Reitz holds his Disneyland Annual Pass to the camera.

Air Force veteran Jeff Reitz has visited Disneyland every day for the past 7 years

Jeff Reitz takes Disneyland trips to a whole new level as he has visited Disneyland every day since 2011.

An illustration of a disgruntled disney princess, holding a sign that reads "Living wages!"

Disney labor unions seek ‘Living Wage’ with new ballot measure

An unprecedented movement by labor unions to raise Disney park and resort worker wages, through city legislation, is facing

An illustration of mouse ears facing a bunch of money falling down.

Disney might call itself the happiest place on earth, but the company isn’t so happy behind the scenes

Disneyland is marketed as the “The Happiest Place On Earth” but in reality, it’s the most deceitful place on

Refracted character stills surround Chris Pine's character in this promotional image from the film "A Wrinkle in Time"

Review: Disney’s “A Wrinkle in Time” redeems itself on-screen

“A Wrinkle in Time” by Disney is an imaginative film that takes viewers on a cosmic journey to find


Lunar New Year celebrated at Disney’s Paradise Pier

As guests walk down Paradise Pier at Disney California Adventure (DCA), they’re treated to the sounds of instrumental Chinese


Pixar Animator shares backbones of ‘Coco’ and the details of his past projects

Pixar films have steadily become even more dazzling visual experiences with each new release since the studio’s first full-length


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