Sunset Concert Series’ grand finale with Betsayda Machado y La Parranda...

For World-Music lovers, check out Venezuelan group Betsayda Machado this upcoming Thursday.

Collective Lifestyle brings youth culture to the San Fernando Valley

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A local clothing store brings fashion, art, and live events to the valley

Graduate student gives a voice to undocumented students through artwork

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Meet Hedy Torres, an artist aiming to honor and break the stigma of undocumented students. Her exhibit is on display at CSUN's West Gallery

Pride Center mentor provides support for LGBTQ students

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A profile on Tyler Neroes, a senior who works at the Pride Center.

Lana Del Rey moves ‘out of the black and into the...

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Lana Del Rey's fifth studio album leaves the moodiness of her previous albums behind and offers a more hopeful view on life.

Culture a la Aztlán: Enjambre presents their newest album “Imperfecto Extraño”

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Mexican band, Enjambre, comes back with their sixth album, well received by fans and critics for its psychedelic sound.

5 places to eat off campus that offer diverse foods

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CSUN's food variety may not appeal to everyone, so here are a few places you can try out!

50 Free Concerts at The Levitt Pavillion

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Catch artists like Thee Commons, Baio, L.A Witch, and much more, for free at the Levitt Pavilion!

Trina Teoh, renegade writer, on her debut book of poetry

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Trina Teoh, poetess and CSUN alumni, opens up about her unique form of marketing through the visual arts and her self-published book, "Valley Deep Into You."

Cultural graduation ceremonies championed by graduates

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Some students prefer to attend smaller graduations because there is a special meaning behind earning a degree.

Meet upcoming CSUN rapper Metaphaurus

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CSUN alumni is building a fan-base with his style; combining 90s beats with a modern tweak

1&1: Creating a new kind of college parties

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Q&A with Langston Ennin, creator of 1&1, and his newest project: donation-based parties in college campuses