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Canned foods and books sit on the steps in front of the Oviatt Library. The Unified We Serve volunteer program collected around 16,000 items in this years 3rd annual CSUN Campus clothing and food drive. Thursday, Nov. 17. Photo Credit: Andres Aguila / Daily Sundial

Unified We Serve collect food and clothes for families in need

Andres Aguila November 20, 2011

Thanks to volunteers and donors, Unified We Serve beat last year’s total number of collected items during the Third Annual Campus Clothing and Food Drive. In spite of this achievement, however,...

Question of the Day: Should barking dogs be a fineable offense?

Andres Aguila November 16, 2011

The Los Angeles City Council has recently approved a law that will fine residents who have dogs that bark a lot. Those who get a first offense will get fined $250, the second offense will cost $500 and...

Author of ‘Murder City’ discusses mayhem in Juarez at CSUN

Andres Aguila November 12, 2011

Charles Bowden, author of the Journalism Department semester book, “Murder City,” spoke to a full room of people Tuesday at the Oviatt Library presentation room. Mostly journalism students attended...

Illustration by: Jennifer Luxton / Contributor

Bait cars: public safety or entrapment?

Andres Aguila October 26, 2011

A recent Daily News article showed the day in a life, or better yet, a spur of a moment in the life, of two grand theft auto suspects and the LAPD Bait Car Unit. The two suspects both had criminal...

2011 CicLAvia

Andres Aguila October 11, 2011

Informational job meetings for Student Recreation Center in Grand Salon

Andres Aguila September 28, 2011

Informational job meetings will be held at the new Student Recreation Center (SRC), and will take place at the Grand Salon, University Student Union, on Thursday, September 29 at 12:30 p.m., 3:30 p.m....

Student Showcase preview

Andres Aguila September 14, 2011

Auditions for the 10th annual student showcase will be held this Monday, September 19 and Wednesday, September 21 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. in the Grand Salon, University Student Union (USU). “Auditions...

Elsa Tejada, a 20-year-old child and adolescent development major, stands in front of Buchanan Street Elementary School, where her volunteering helped her see that she was making a difference. Photo Credit: Andres Aguila / Daily Sundial

CSUN student aspires to make a difference in kids’ lives

Andres Aguila August 31, 2011

After graduation, Elsa Tejeda sees herself 3,000 miles away in New York City where she plans to take her passion for teaching elementary students with autism. The junior, child and adolescent development...

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