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Killer Kale Recipe healthy and delicious

Alexandra Riggle June 21, 2012

For 33 years I was convinced leafy green vegetables like kale, chard, and Brussels sprouts were reserved for Jack LaLanne types obsessed with juicing and calisthenics. Then I became that juicing-obsessed...

HBO’s ‘The Weight of the Nation’ previewed at VPAC

Alexandra Riggle May 11, 2012

"The Weight of the Nation” fell on the Valley Performing Arts Center at CSUN Thursday night, with a free public screening of the final part of the four-part HBO documentary series. The series addresses...

Eleanor Clift discusses women in Washington

Alexandra Riggle May 1, 2012

Political reporter, television pundit, and author Eleanor Clift gave a talk on the history of women in politics to a nearly full auditorium at CSUN Tuesday. In “Women in Washington: From the Past...

CSUN students to highlight their talents at annual art exhibition

Alexandra Riggle April 18, 2012

CSUN visual arts students will have the opportunity to showcase their work at the upcoming Annual Juried Art Student Exhibition, which will run from April 20 to May 12 in CSUN’s Main Gallery. An average...

Board of trustees discuss future of CSU if voters don’t pass tax initiative

Alexandra Riggle March 21, 2012

Representatives of CSU and the California State Student Association discussed what will happen if the CSU receives an additional $200 million budget cut during a media teleconference involving more than...

Matador Nights comes back to CSUN in late April

Alexandra Riggle March 19, 2012

Matador Nights, the popular late night student event, is coming back to CSUN on April 27 with increased security after it was cancelled in Spring 2011 due to an altercation between two students. The...

CSUN’s On Point news program returns after semester-long break

Alexandra Riggle March 9, 2012

After a semester-long hiatus, CSUN’s news and public affairs program, On Point, is back on the air. Taped every Tuesday, the 30-minute program offers more in-depth coverage of individual topics than...

CSUN’s information technology battles fraud emails

Alexandra Riggle February 29, 2012

CSUN’s information technology department is in a constant battle to prevent fraudulent messages from reaching the university’s email users. Among the most recently reported phishing scams is an...

CSUN professor gets $1.2 million grant to help improve parenting skills

Alexandra Riggle February 27, 2012

A professor of CSUN’s College of Social and Behavioral Sciences has been awarded a grant of just under $1.2 million for a program to help mothers and fathers improve their parenting skills. The grant...

“Life is a Dream” opens at VPAC

Alexandra Riggle February 16, 2012

CSUN’s theater department is resurrecting a centuries-old classic, “Life is a Dream,” the thought-provoking Spanish language play written by Pedro Calderón de la Barca in the mid-1600’s. “The...

Defunding Planned Parenthood furthers war on reproductive rights

Alexandra Riggle February 15, 2012

I often wake up in the morning and wonder if the country has gone completely mad. The GOP candidates continue their political charades, polluting the airwaves with messages of hate against women with...

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