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Negative symptoms cause students to kick caffeine habits

Excessive amounts of caffeine can disrupt normal body functions.

CSUN students express creativity at Poetry Palooza

Creative Writing Circle members and other participants performed live poetry at the Oviatt Lawn.
Rayan Mahfouz pictured looking very thoughtful

Documentary explores political tension, freedom of expression

"Tickling Giants," a documentary based on political satirist Bassem Youssef, discusses politics and freedom of expression.

Vibroacoustic Therapy reduces stress for CSUN students

Vibroacoustic therapy produces vibrations to the body so the participant feels the music they're listening to
doctor sampson pictured while giving a lecture

Paleontologist emphasizes the importance of nature in our world today

Scott Sampson emphasized the importance in his book "How to Raise a Wild Child."
Athletes participate in a game of volleyball

CSUN beach volleyball takes the win against Sacramento

Matadors beat the Hornets over the weekend.
photo shows donold trump surrounded by papparazi

U.S. downgraded to ‘flawed democracy’ while Norway stays on top

This is the sixth year Norway has been named 'world's best democracy'
students pictured sitting at desks in the Oviatt Library

Students reveal if politics are more important than their homework

Are CSUN students distracted by politics?
Professor Dungey pictured in his office with his feet rested on his desk

DSU podcast: philosophical origins of current events

Dungey State University podcast informs students on the political and philosophical ideas that have shaped the political climate.
CSUN students crowd the walkways between classes

CSUN Republicans to bring more perspectives to campus

What began as a Facebook page is now possibly becoming a club on campus.

Bella Vita educates students about eating disorders and warning signs

There are multiple signs that a student may be suffering from an eating disorder.
Two PG and E workers walk near the Oroville Dam

Extreme weather conditions in California raise concerns

CSUN professors react to issues surrounding the Oroville dam