Aging Awareness Fair offered CSUF students the chance to learn from their elders

A flash mob formed in the CSUF central Quad on Tuesday when a crowd of senior citizens danced in

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“Privilege Beads” sparks conversations about privilege and identity at CSUF

A menagerie of beads were placed along tables in the Titan Student Union Legislative Chambers as part of the

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Spending time alone can be both therapeutic and psychologically healing

In a time when it’s virtually impossible to be left alone, the silence and seclusion of shutting one’s self

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Cal State Fullerton professor leads students in studies of animal cognition and human psychology

Cal State Fullerton psychology professor Jessie Peissig was first inspired to study animal behavior by a cow named Measles.

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Stress and other factors may prevent women from having orgasms

Your heart is racing, your body is sweating, and your muscles are tensing up as an intense pressure is

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Study reveals negative racial perceptions, could explain reasoning behind fatal shootings by police

A new study about racial perception and hostility could be vital in explaining the reasoning behind tragically unjust shootings

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Humanities and Social Sciences holds first annual symposium

Timothy Smith, political science major, was one of the speakers at the first-ever Student Research

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Mental health specialist advocates for students with disabilities

Learning disability and mental health specialist, Laura Luna, Ph.D., works in Disabilities Support Services on

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