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Life of famed tap dancer celebrated at CSUN

As Fayard Nicholas walked into the Alan and Elaine Armer Theater, he was greeted by a standing ovation from both individuals who knew of his lifelong accomplishments and others who did not. With the entourage of individuals surrounding Nicholas as he walked down the...

Photo contest winner

click here for slide show The Epic Camera Obscura Reception will be held today in the Manzanita Hall Second Floor Gallery at 4 p.m. Food, music and the winning photos will be available for those in attendance.

Anthropology club creates social learning environment for students

The Anthropology Student Association has become a place for CSUN students to socialize and learn about anthropology while creating anthropology-related events for the campus community. "We are a group (of students) who (are) here to help anthropology students feel much more comfortable," said Esvanhnelley...

Details for this summer’s YRO program still under discussion

Final negotiations are underway to work out details such as financial aid, faculty salaries and staff vacation time for the Year-Round Operation taking effect this summer. According to Harold Hellenbrand, CSUN provost, the California State University system and the California Faculty Association are in...

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Armenian genocide remembered

April 24 marks the 90th anniversary of the the Armen- ian genocide of 1915. About 1.5 million Armenians in the eastern Anatolia region and in western Armenia were killed under the jurisdiction of the Ottoman government, said Hermine Mahseredjian,...

Some pharmacists refusing to fill prescriptions

Elise Graham, 22, of Fort Worth, Texas, was not sexually active, but began taking birth control pills when she was 14 years old to subdue the symptoms of her period. She regularly suffered severe sickness the week before, during, and...

Better cultural education could negate need for racist mascots

Assembly Bill 858, also called the California Racial Mascots Act, was recently reintroduced to lawmakers in an attempt to ban the use of mascots that depict a racial stereotype. Though the bill is a good idea in nature, it focuses mainly on American Indians,...

With Benedict XVI, expect Church reform in 2012

The selection of Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger to succeed Pope John Paul II as the Catholic Church's 265th pontiff is quickly becoming one of the most questionable actions ever taken by an oligarchy. The sheer number of American and European newspapers leading their coverage of...