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CSUN hosts 29th Annual PowWow

Families, community members, faculty and students gathered on the Chicano/a house lawn for CSUN’s 29th Annual PowWow, hosted by the American Indian Students Association...

CSUN celebrates native traditions with annual powwow

Families, community members, faculty and students gathered on the Chicano/a house lawn for CSUN’s 29th Annual PowWow, hosted by the American Indian Students Association...

Howard Berman’s end of campaign party

Story by Carly Gillis and Stefanie De Leon Tzic Democratic Congressman Brad Sherman led Democratic Congressman Howard Berman by 19 percent with 10 percent of...

Muslim vote may sway swing states to go democrat

At the heels of the 2012 presidential election -- which is set to finish November 6 after voters in the eight battleground states cast...

Prop 35 looks at impact of human trafficking

California’s Nov. 6 ballot will present 11 propositions for voters to weigh in on, including Proposition 35, also known as the Californians Against Sexual...

CSUN alumna shares experience as Saudi Arabian woman in politics

Ferial Masry, CSUN alumna and the first Saudi American woman to run for a political office in the U.S., spoke to students Thursday about...

Reporting from the ring

Story by Amanda El Khoury I had no clue what to expect as I walked through the doors of the New York City Boxing Club to train...

Burning Wall St. exhibit goes up in flames

Story by Christina Cocca The “Burning Wall Street” installation, a miniaturized “Occupy Wall Street” made of matchstick banks, twist-ties and candy wrappers, went up in flames at...

LA’s fifth annual CicLAvia event

Story by Carly Gillis As many as 100,000 Angelenos took to the streets Sunday to imagine a car-less world -- or at least downtown Los...

Asphalt Orchestra opens Valley Performing Art Center’s fall season

Unlike most orchestra’s, the New York based Asphalt Orchestra is a collaboration between leaping choreography and visualizing music that engulfs the audience with a personal approach. Asphalt...

Asphalt Orchestra holds flashmob at Matador Bookstore

Asphalt Orchestra, a radical new music group, held a flashmob at the Matador Bookstore on September 12, 2012. Dubbed a “guerilla musical force” the...

Picking oranges with Food Forward

Rudy Morelos, accounting major, and about 20 others stood on ladders to pick the oranges from CSUN’s Orange Grove along Nordhoff Street. “Food Forward...