Short film “Hands Up, Don’t Shoot” premieres at CSUN

Screening was followed by a discussion of black life in Los Angeles

CSUN grad shares knowledge on being published

Cristie Locsin describes her novel and technical training that helped her develop her writing.

Weekly picks: “Sleight” screening, Selena tribute, Pasadena Chalk Festival exhibit

Chalk portrait of Frida Kahlo made of flowers
Other picks include a comedy show and a star party at Griffith Observatory.

Weekly picks: comedy shows, art exhibit, live music

photo shows the Venus mural located in Venice beach
Some picks include a Disney princess roast comedy show, a flea market with vintage vendors and an open house at LA Opera.

Book column: Women’s history month

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In honor of Women's History Month, here are some books by female authors you can read over spring break.

CSUN art gallery exhibits work from full and part time faculty

Nine faculty members showcase their art work in the CSUN art gallery

Africana Studies holds bi-annual Men of Color enquiry and student poster...

woman wears a t-shirt which reads, "csun africana studies taught me"
Men and women unite to discuss issues facing the African-American community.

Culture a la Aztlán: An interview with Casa de Calacas

Band plays at shanking reggae festival
An Interview with East L.A. band Casa de Calacas.

Graduating seniors prepare for upcoming commencements through GradFest

still from 2017 gradfest
Graduation is less than two months away and CSUN is beginning to prep for commencement ceremonies.

Q&A: CSUN alumni and seniors share last semester advice

Seniors and graduates share how they are surviving their last semester.

Weekly Picks: Internship and career expo, St. Patrick’s celebration, PaleyFest

church group members sing together
PaleyFest LA and 'Zoot Suit' round out the week.

CSUN poet talks motivation, self-expression

Brandon Hudson pictured writing in his notebook
Inspired 20-year-old, shares what inspires and motivates him to be fearless.