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Review: “The Missionary Position: Mother Teresa in Theory and Practice”

With the canonization of Mother Teresa, people need to look back on her background to make sense of why she may not deserve it.
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Need to read: Wednesday Book Column

In honor of Pride month, here are a couple of novels which tell the lives of some of the people in the LGBTQ community.
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The Clinton legacy: the good, the bad, the weird and all...

A quick look at the best readings on Bill, Hillary and the administrations that was and can still be.

The rise of the book-to-movie trends

A case for quantity over quality

From Words to Moving Pictures

Books getting their big screen debuts in 2015

Re-read those books from high school

During an intimate conversation with Holden Caufield, Mr. Antolini, Holden’s former English teacher, introduced a quote in hopes that he would convey to him...

CSUN professor’s book debunks common myths about ‘natural’ ingredients

CSUN chemistry professor Gagik Melikyan has authored a new book hoping to dispel the common misconceptions that products labeled “natural” are inherently benign and...

A.S. gives money for the completion of a Torah

CHABAD, a Jewish student-run organization at CSUN, received a $2,000 allocation from A.S. for the completion of a Torah, a scroll that has the...

Unified We Serve partners with campus community to collect items for...

Unified We Serve concluded its second annual clothing and food drive Wednesday.The organization collected food, clothing and books for underprivileged families in the San...

The Special Collections and Archives in the Oviatt Library is available...

Inside the Oviatt Library, rests a one-of-a-kind storage and retrieval system with a mix of different archival materials ranging from medieval European manuscripts to...

Journalist and award-winning writer discuss solutions to California’s financial crisis

The Golden State has lost its luster with its improvising ways and a fundamental reason why California remains a disorganized and disheveled state.Journalist...

Staff Editorial: Me comes before mobile

The advent of wireless Internet connection has been both a blessing and a curse. On one hand, it’s allowed people the ability to work...