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‘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:

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A tiny turkey is squished between a giant pumpkin and giant Santa

Despite its history, Thanksgiving is valuable and important for Americans to remember

In the United States, Americans love the holiday season. After Halloween ends, November brings with it Thanksgiving, a time

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Final Alternative Facts Panel discusses fake news and alternate history

Historic French and Mexican scandals were the topic of Cal State Fullerton’s third Alternative Facts Panel Tuesday. History professor Nancy

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Internet safety threatened as Trump signs bill that allows companies to buy and sell private information

On April 3, President Donald J. Trump proved once again that he and his administration’s allegiances lie in business

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‘Tattooed and Tenacious’ exhibit showcases inked history of women in California

Women throughout history often wore tattoos as an emblem of pride, even in frilly Victorian dresses as evidenced by

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A month to reflect instead of fight

With the conversation regarding Black History Month generally being centered around Donald Trump and Mike Pence’s antics, it’s difficult

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Black Friday mayhem is costing lives

  Black Friday has historically brought out the worst in people. With deceiving sales comes pointless

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CSUF professor gives lecture on Magna Carta at Fullerton Public Library

  Professor Jochen Burgtorf gives his free lecture on the common misconceptions of the Magna Carta

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