ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER
Bravo: CSUF Professor’s Latest Book Tells Story of Swapped Twins
May 2, 2018
CSUF professor of psychology Nancy Segal released a new book that tells the tale of two pairs of identical twins, each separated at birth in Colombia. Segal has been making local appearances, discussing her latest book, “Accidental Brothers: The Story of Twins Exchanged at Birth and the Power of Nature and Nurture.”
This Bravo column also recognizes Bob Engels, CSUF associare professor of cinema and television arts, for his speech at the Orange County Screenwriters Association seminar in Fountain Valley discussing his work on the television show “Twin Peaks.”
Also mentioned is Cal State Fullerton’s chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha, which raised $1,000 worth of food to donate to the homeless and made a $500 donation to CHOC Children’s. The fraternity created its own version of Drake’s “God’s Plan” music video about charitable giving. Mu Epsilon Chapter President Connor Snellings noted that fraternity brothers “strive every year to fight the stereotype that comes with being in a fraternity and look forward to future projects to help our community.”
CSUF alum Brennan Roach’s art is being displayed at the John Wayne Airport through May 17 in Terminals A, B, and C.
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