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

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A line of students have a meet and greet with the panel from the "Power Shift" discussion.

Latinx panel looks at transformation of American politics

Historical California Latinx politicians sat on a panel  to discuss how their community has changed national politics at the

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Latinx student panelists share their experiences as first-generation college students.

Dia de los Padres sheds light on struggle of first-generation Latinx students

Mesa Cooperativa, a Latinx organization, hosted Día de los Padres for Latinx students and their families to highlight different

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Phone bank offers Titans chance to speak on immigration

Titans got connected with their senators on Monday to express concerns about migrants at the southern border as part

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Illustration of a man and woman framed with rose illustration.

Attitudes toward female virginity are changing in the Latinx community

In many countries, women suffer from a concept known as the virgin/whore dichotomy, said Jorge Herrera, a Chicano studies

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A speaker presents at the podium at the Hispanic/Latinx Heritage Month Reception at the Titan Student Union.

CSUF celebrates Hispanic and Latinx Heritage Month

In honor of Hispanic and Latinx Heritage Month, Cal State Fullerton held a reception in the Titan Student Union

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illustration of a man looking hesitant as he opens a door labeled 'counseling'

New counseling emphasis at CSUF aims to destigmatize mental health in the Latinx community

The CSUF Department of Counseling will offer a new emphasis for master’s students in providing multiple mental health services

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Indigenous culture celebrated at Indigenous Peoples’ Day event

Junior biological science major Suzette Herrera (left) and junior sociology major Griselda Aguirre (right) put

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