Business major turned journalist

Denise Hamilton, accomplished journalist for the L.A. Times and crime novelist, spoke in conjunction with The Friends of the Oviatt Library on Tuesday. The event was held in the library's Presentation Room, and though Denise spoke a bit about her newly released...

‘They Walk in Line’ combines different genres of rock

Rarely does such an exclusively inimitable talent rise up from the indie scene, but in this case, it reached out from the likes of four young music enthusiasts named Michael Romero, Paul Bayze, Kevin Kolpien, and Niaz Chakravarty. Together, this rambunctious group...

Hughes brothers visit CSUN to discuss ‘Dead Presidents’

CSUN hosted an evening discussion with filmmakers Allen and Albert Hughes following the screening of one of their sophomore directing projects, 'Dead Presidents,' at the Alan and Elaine Armer Theater Feb. 14. The twin brothers began by addressing the issue of black exploitation...

The journalistic disconnect rages on

As is the essence of our profession, journalists' careers often center largely around gauging public opinion and giving the "everyman" a voice on any number of issues, from something as macro as the war in Iraq, to something as tragically close to home as...

Bookstore advertisements condescendingly goofy

A phrase as simple as "Wrong book: them, right book: us" seems to be an almost primitive tactic in the world of marketing. But it is apparently enough to sway even the most business-minded student into purchasing a provocatively overpriced book. Walking into...

Photographer presents ‘The Gender Frontier’

Photographer Mariette Path Allen showcased her latest book "The Gender Frontier" Feb. 15 at the University Club. Fabiola Cruz Daily Sundial Mariette Pathy Allen presented her recent book, "The Gender Frontier," along with various portraits of transgender people, and discussed issues including discrimination, healthcare...

Business major turned journalist

Denise Hamilton, accomplished journalist for the L.A. Times and crime novelist, spoke in conjunction with The Friends of the Oviatt Library on Tuesday. The event was held in the library's Presentation Room, and though Denise spoke a bit about her newly released...

Financing education an enduring difficulty for some minorities

Daniel Villasenor thought he had saved enough money to pay for college. He thought wrong. In August, the 19-year-old showed up at Los Angeles Valley College to pay for classes and additional fees for the upcoming fall semester. "I thought it...

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Where have you gone, Desagana Diop? Ndudi Ebi?

Let me tell you a story about a few guys named Kevin, Kobe and Tracy. It's a happy story that started with these three youngsters jumping into the NBA, straight out of high school. Kevin Garnett jumped into the NBA in 1995 and has...