“Broad City” has just been picked up for a second season, and you need to pick it up right now. Comedy Central has hit gold again with the new series created by and starring Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson and produced by Amy Poehler. “Broad City” follows exaggerated versions of Glazer and Jacobson as twenty-something […]
Get ready to join Neil deGrasse Tyson on a journey through the cosmos and the history of humankind’s quest to understand the skies above. More than 30 years ago, Carl Sagan captivated the imaginations of future generations of astronomers and the curious with “Cosmos: A Personal Journey.” The renowned astronomer and physicist guided viewers through […]
The words echo above the crowd, “clear the street, make your way to the sidewalk and disperse.” These words could be shouted by police at any number of protests throughout the years, but the focus Tuesday night was on the 1967 Century City anti-war protest. The “In Protest: the Shifting Paradigms of Collective Social Action” […]
CSUN students discuss the renovations the Oviatt Library underwent over the summer as part of the larger Learning Commons project. The makeover included new study areas and a full-service Freudian Sip.
Junior middle blocker Casey Hinger discusses juggling both school and volleyball and her hopes to win a NCAA championship.
Hiding in a box in your parents’ garage or under your older brother’s bed there might be an old, outdated console. Rather than recycling or selling those antiques, plug them in and enjoy them again for the reasons we have listed inside. 1. The Internet just went off… Probably one of the most common reasons for […]
Many polling places are inside schools, libraries and public buildings, but for precinct 9000304A in Chatsworth voters visit Alyce Garcia’s house. Garcia and her neighbors have been running the polling place for their precinct out of their houses for almost the past 20 years. Joseph Martin, a precinct officer, used to offer up his living […]
Story by Alex Curran It’s Friday night and the room is about half filled with wide-eyed kids in their late teens or early twenties ready to virtually fight each other. “It will get a little busier around 11 p.m. or Midnight,” Dae Lee said before he caught himself. “Or it may just stay dead. Last […]
Last Thursday CSUN hosted two events that should have gone hand-in-hand. “Where’s the Money?” gave an opportunity to learn more about the CSU’s budget and the second Big Politics event provided a chance to meet with people who can directly affect education. My question for all the students who were at Thursday’s “Where’s the Money?” […]
Community members from and various Islamic groups protested outside the LAPD Devonshire division Monday, demanding an investigation into the police shooting of a 19-year-old man after a high speed chase last week. Abdul Arian was shot dead by LAPD early April 12 after leading police on a high speed chase down the 101 freeway. Initial […]