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The CSUN women’s volleyball team entered the Sacramento State Invitational looking for its first victory of the season but instead found themselves with an...

For the last couple of years, living environmentally-friendly has taken off drastically and though some people have been living an eco-conspicuous type of lifestyle...

The CSUN women’s volleyball team opened its 2010 season on the wrong foot, going 0-3 this weekend in the Aztec Invitational at San Diego...

The CSUN women’s volleyball team opens its 2010 season with a trip down south to compete in the Aztec Invitational on the campus of...

Good news regarding our government doing something about being more sustainable. The state Assembly passed the Toxin-Free Toddlers and Babies Act, commonly known as SB...

After finishing the 2009 season with a disappointing 8-22 overall record and a 4-12 Big West Conference record, the CSUN women’s volleyball team is...

The Center for Innovative and Engaged Learning Opportunities (CIELO) at CSUN is a division of the undergraduate studies that bridges freshmen to the college...

The Oviatt Library at CSUN is a source for providing academic resources for the student learning process, and in the past year it has...

In the last five years, the market for eco-friendly products has never been better, making it one of the fastest growing sectors of the...

We could be saving energy everyday by going to sleep an hour earlier or more than our usual sleep time. The idea of wasting...

The California State Assembly passed the ban on single-use plastic bags (AB 1998) on June 2. Hilex Poly, LLC, a manufacturer of plastic bags, has...

It takes 1.5 million barrels of oil – enough to fuel 100,000 cars for a year – to make plastic bottles and an estimated...