CSUF Día de los Muertos event honors generations of Mexican heritage

Learning about history usually happens within the confines of a classroom, but Cal State Fullerton’s celebration of Día de

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Multicultural Festival brings cultural diversity to CSUF campus

Vibrant colored dresses, dances and diverse flavors of food from Mexico to the Philippines attracted crowds of students along

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Boom California to hold event in Tijuana

“Boom California” will leave its usual space in the Pollak Library next Thursday to visit Tijuana and ruminate on

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The Flying Samaritans take monthly trips to Mexico to provide for patients

At 5 a.m. on a Saturday morning, Cal State Fullerton’s campus is usually close to empty. But once a

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CSUF computer engineering professor aims to create low-cost hearing aids

Throughout his career, Cal State Fullerton associate professor Kenneth John Faller II, Ph.D., has always strived to combine the

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Cal State Fullerton women’s golf: Martina Edberg finishes first at Hawkeye El Tigre Invitational

Martina Edberg won the Hawkeye El Tigre Invitational Tuesday morning, finishing 2-under par 214. It was Edberg’s eighth top-three

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Receipts are not the best place for political discourse

In the midst of such heated political discourse, let’s draw the line of what is and is not OK

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Cal State Fullerton softball falls to 1-3 at Easton Invitational

Cal State Fullerton softball didn’t have the start to the season it had hoped for, finishing the Easton Invitational

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