Life interrupted by Tay-Sachs disease; Santiago

Santiago del Aguila, four, was diagnosed with Tay-Sachs, a terminal illness of the nervous system. Most children develop Tay-Sachs around three to six months of age. Side effects of...

Dressing stylish without showing too much skin

Most women can recall times  when their mother sent them back to their room to change their outfit when she thought they were showing too much skin. Even after high school,  some mothers still look...
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Deadly crash takes the lives of two CSUN students and two others

A car crashed and took the lives of its four passengers, Martin Gomez, 20, Denney Lomeli, 20, Amanda Alfar, 22, and Leena Ammari, 21. Both Amanda and Denney were CSUN students. The accident took...

After school program helps kids stay out of trouble

The Los Angeles Police Department starts a program for children to keep them focused on school and off the streets.
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Coffee Health Effects Debated

Coffee lovers packed the Los Angeles Convention Center for the annual CoffeeCon event. There were over 50 vendors and they all freely handed out samples of their signature drinks. But, California coffee shops may...
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Asians and DACA

Asians are the fastest growing group of undocumented people in the U-S, according to the Pew Research Center. Of those 1.7 million immigrants, 130 thousand are DACA eligible. “I came to the United States when...
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San Fernando Valley tackles human trafficking

Recommended safety improvements include tree trimming
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Documentary screening centers ‘Agness Underwood: First Lady of the Newsroom’

CSUN journalism professor produces documentary on Agness underwood, first female to run a newspaper filled with male reporters.
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Deported Businessman Separated From Family

Julian Montanez, a San Fernando Valley resident, was deported to Mexico last week. He owns an air conditioning business which supports his family. He was caught numerous times for traffic violations and felonies. After...
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Haitian immigrants find refuge in Mexico

Immigrant surge may result in Mexican economy rising.
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Meet the Clubs Spring 2018

Did you know there are more than 300 clubs and organizations available for students to get involved with on campus? If you can't find one that suits you, there is the option to create...
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