Crime and Justice in the Borderlands
Students get a front-row seat to the operational realities and impact that national policies have on both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border.
The Making of 'Frankenstein'
It begins with two women at the helm. Bringing “Frankenstein” to life was Mary Shelley’s idea. Bringing it to Cal State Fullerton’s Young Theatre was Maria Cominis’.
The Resistance Movement
Studying bacteria's dangerous evolution
In the Pink
It didn’t start with a roar but with a quiet “woo-hoo.”
Ethiopia Tourism: Poised for Success
“Visitors coming into Ethiopia will have a very unique experience — there is no comparison," says Solomon Tadesse, CEO of the Ethiopian Tourism Organization.
From the Concierge
Secrets from the world's ultimate insiders
Man on a Mission
Fram Virjee becomes president of Cal State Fullerton.
Titan: Winter/Spring 2017
Editorial management of California State University, Fullerton's magazine
When Worlds Collide
The University Archives and Special Collections' science fiction holdings at CSUF are legendary, with Ray Bradbury's manuscript of "Fahrenheit 451," a generous pulp collection and original documents by Philip K. Dick and Frank Herbert among the prized possessions.
Los Cabos section of Hilton Moments
Cherry on Top: Alumnus Shares Show B
"Show business is a glass dome," says "Desperate Housewives" creator Marc Cherry. "You have to find your way in. My door was writing."
Celebrate Life in Puerto Rico
Editorial work for in-room publication of Hilton properties in the Caribbean and Latin America
From Herzliya With Love
Eran Margalit is “as local it gets.” The concierge began working as a bellman at The Ritz-Carlton, Herzliya three weeks before it opened, was promoted to concierge almost immediately, and never looked back.
From Pirates to Hoteliers
Editorial management of custom anniversary book for the Caribbean Hotel & Tourism Association
When Storytelling Came to Life
Almost 30 years ago, three gung-ho professors banded together to bring animation to Cal State Fullerton's College of the Arts.
The Science of Slapstick
Students train to tickle the funny bone.
“Tuscany, watch out.” That’s the message coming out of Piedmont this fall, akin to a gentle slap on the cheek with a velvet glove.
Spain's Basque Country
Leaving behind notions of sangria, flamenco and other stereotypes of southern Spain in the dust, Basque Country is finally getting its due.
Behind the Music
When the genius whose music kept you away from the ocean for much of your life calls, you answer.
Postcard From Mozambique
Don’t tell the world, but we’ve found the precise spot where the striped, multicolored and glow-in-the-dark fish you’ve seen in the best aquariums all mingle.
Istanbul: European Capital of Cultur
If the weather cooperates, it might be around that time of year when thousands of tulips indigenous to Turkey — not to the Netherlands as commonly thought — begin to blossom.
Three tiny planes pick us up at Brown Field Municipal Airport in San Diego. Our pilots are well trained and sun-kissed, and will also act as our guides and activities counselors in the coming week. These triple threats will make sure our journey into the middle of Baja’s nowhere comes with all the excitement that “nowhere” has in store.
Study Abroad, Walls That Unite
“When I saw the murals, it gave me the opportunity to see the true face of Mexico.”
Laverne Cox Wows Titans
When Cox was in third grade, an instant fascination with a hand-held paper fan, put to good use, led to her teacher calling her mother. She ended up in a therapist's office, who asked her if she knew the difference between a boy and a girl. In what she calls a third grader's "infinite wisdom," Cox replied, "There is no difference."
2015 Visit Los Cabos
Shopping, Real Estate, Celebrities sections
Psychologists find a link between a full bladder and effective lying.
Onboard Review: Avalon Creativity
“You can do anything you want. You’re on vacation.”
Downtown L.A. in the Thick of Things
You know you’ve left Rodeo Drive when you see a cluster of people huddled around a wooden crate, waving money in the air and pointing to one of three bottle caps that may or may not hide a pea-sized marble. A peppy version of the classic shell game is underway not far from the 90-year-old Orpheum Theatre, where an 11-year-old Judy Garland performed vaudeville a few years before wearing ruby slippers...
A Love Affair With La Paz
Our crush on Baja, still unabated, keeps inching closer to an obsession … but a healthy one.
Racial Bias and the Legal System
Is aversive racism a factor in death penalty decisions? This is what Russ Espinoza, associate professor of psychology at Cal State Fullerton, and Cynthia Willis-Esqueda, professor of psychology and ethnic studies at University of Nebraska-Lincoln, sought to determine last year.
Morelia and Beyond
If you didn’t know better you’d swear you were in Madrid, had Mexicans turned the tables and taken over the Spanish capital. Strolling musicians charm cafe-goers with both modern and traditional sounds, as waiters hustle to bring you that delectable cup of coffee or naranjada—orange juice with sparkling mineral water. A well preserved historical center spanning more than four centuries buzzes with activity as little boys run to a soccer game, quinceañeras in poofy dresses...