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Educational Opportunity Programs then and now

During the civil rights movement, activists pushed for the right to equal access to higher education. One of the ways this happened was through...

Attitudes toward suicide, depression treatment varies widely across culture

 It can be a religious practice, an honorable act or a mortal sin.Suicide is viewed very differently across religions and societies throughout history, whether...

Blues Project works toward preventing suicide, treating depression

 Samir Hamawe, 24, graduate student and the Blues Project instructor, remembers when a close friend told him he had tried to commit suicide.More than...

Managing anxiety on a stressful college campus

  With the pressures of starting a new chapter in life, it’s only a matter of time before anxiety sets in, a common occurrence for many...

Picture obsessed era welcomes the return of the polaroid

Polaroid cameras are becoming popular once again. Quick photos are produced by polariods and the cameras today like the Instax mini 8, are more...

How to beat the heat at CSUN

With the heat kicking in at an upcoming high of 103 degrees this coming Saturday, students are creatively finding ways to keep themselves cool...

Strength United empowers victims of abuse

  Strength United, formerly known as the Valley Trauma Center, is a CSUN community agency dedicated to assisting victims of abuse. The desire to improve...

Food Garden propels students to interact with environment

 The CSUN campus is abundant with unique gardens and vegetation that provide both a tranquil atmosphere and an interactive learning experience. The CSUN Food...

Best buys on a student budget

 The fall semester is here, which means back to school shopping is in full force as students prepare for the upcoming semester. For college...

Eating Healthy on a College Budget

The college life makes it difficult to eat healthy. With students on the go from one class to another, getting the necessary nutrients can...

New dean encourages art as form of communication

For Jay Kvapil, the new dean of Mike Curb College of  Arts, Media and Communication creating art in the studio goes hand in hand...

Women in Science and Engineering battle the stereotype

 As a professional civil engineer, Lilly Shraibati has had to overcome the stereotype that engineering is a man’s profession.Shraibati comes from a family of...