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Style Hunt: Scoping out the best dressed on campus

Heads up CSUN! We’re hunting down the most stylish, uniquely dressed students on campus. Will you be featured in next week’s “Style Hunt”?

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Rainn Wilson’s Back in Backstrom

Rainn Wilson’s Back in Backstrom

Rainn Wilson’s new role as Detective Backstrom in FOX’s new Thursday night show strays away from his Office character.

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5 Must-have apps for a successful 2015

5 Must-have apps for a successful 2015

Apps to help busy students keep their New Year’s Resolutions for both the semester and the year.

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Sleater-Kinney Are Back With ‘No Cities To Love’

Sleater-Kinney Are Back With ‘No Cities To Love’

Classic riot grrrl group Sleater-Kinney have returned once more with the release of their 8th studio album, ‘No Cities To Love,’ after a 10 year hiatus.

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Handing out the awards: A recap of People’s Choice and The Golden Globes

The first round of trophies out of many handed out this award season.

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Coachella 2015: Is It Worth It?

Coachella just announced its 2015 lineup, with many surprises in store for festival goers. Will you be headed to the desert this year?

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Sundial Songs of the Week: The Spring Collection Vol. 1

Sundial Songs of the Week: The Spring Collection Vol. 1

A fresh set of jams to listen to while stuck in that parking lot jam.

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An evening with Vanessa Williams brings nostalgia to VPAC

Singer and actress Vanessa Williams starts off the new year at the Valley Performing Arts Center with radiating and dazzling performance of 30 years worth of memorable songs.

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Call it home: An interview with Tennis System

Call it home: An interview with Tennis System

A sit down interview with band Tennis System about tour life, Drake, and 2015.

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No time wasted during KROQ’s Almost Acoustic Christmas, 2014

No time wasted during KROQ’s Almost Acoustic Christmas, 2014

By DIANA JIMENEZ The 25th annual Almost Acoustic Christmas concert celebration kicked off on Saturday at the newly renovated Forum in Los Angeles. The show benefited “Para Los Niños,” a nonprofit organization which helps kids that are at risk of poverty by providing support and education opportunities. Tickets to Saturday and Sunday nights sold out […]

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tUnE-yArDs re-creates futuristic indie sounds at LA show

tUnE-yArDs re-creates futuristic indie sounds at LA show

Folky, percussive and beautifully eccentric, five-piece band tUnE-yArDs put on an interactive and upbeat evening with a show sponsored by Pandora and Sonos in Los Angeles Tuesday night at the Sonos Studios. With over 4 million hits on Pandora and previously playing on an episode of Conan the night before, the group showed why they […]

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J. Cole’s third effort is nothing new

J. Cole’s third effort is nothing new

One listen through J. Cole’s “2014 Forest Hills Drive” will have listeners asking themselves “What did I just listen to?” Not because the album is a classic or overly bad, but a single run through of the album may not command your ears’ attention at first listen. As a concept album, Cole does a good […]

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