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Why you should enroll in ‘Monsters University’

Making a prequel based on a film that was a huge success by a movie company that has a reputation for making some of...

‘Iron Man 3’ may be the best so far

Superheroes are taking over, and thanks to last summer's hit "the Avengers," it seems that superhero movies will not be going away any time...

Brokechella will give you an affordable music festival today

Too broke for Cochella? You're not alone! Thankfully, the Third Annual Brokechella Art and Music Festival  has arrived and today you can listen to...

5th Annual Stop the Violence fashion show today

Stop the Violence Los Angeles Event and Fashion Show will make its mark today at 6:30 p.m., doors opening at 6 p.m. The event...

Tips for Coachella first-timers

The 12th Annual Coachella Music and Arts Festival is approaching next weekend — April 12-14 and 19-21 — in Indio, Calif. Many CSUN students...

Manic Pixie Dream Girls are invading your heart

What in the world is a Manic Pixie Dream Girl?What kind of girl does the average guy likes to see on film? A bubbly,...

Associated Students see small turnout for presidential debate

CLARIFICATION: The quote “Out of 36,000 students, we should have more people here today," was said by Sahar Maknouni, not Talar Alexanian as stated in...

Iron Matador; cooking competition at CSUN

The Student Dieticic and Food Science Association will be hosting the Iron Matador, a culinary competition Saturday March 23 from 10:30 am to 2:00...

St. Patrick’s Day Events Los Angeles

ST. PATRICK's EVENTS  St. Patrick’s Day may fall on a Sunday this year (it's on March 17), but that doesn’t mean a Monday morning class is reason enough...

Unemployment rate finally below 8%

The national unemployment rate fell to its lowest percentage in the last four years, suggesting job growth during the summer. The drop could shift...

Drop in unemployment rate could benefit President Obama

The national unemployment rate fell to its lowest percentage in the last four years, suggesting job growth during the summer. The drop could shift...

‘Fantastic and Strange’ displays science fiction books at Oviatt Library

The first Science Fiction magazine is on display at the “Fantastic & Strange” exhibition in the Oviatt library. Mark Joseph, a CSUN instructor in...