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“Big Love” boldly tackles controversial and political themes

CSUN students performed for the first time in the Valley Performing Arts Center’s black box theater Friday night. The theater department presented Charles Mee’s “Big...

CSUN faculty, students await VPAC opening

With the grand opening of the Valley Performing Arts Center (VPAC) less than two months away, the campaign committee is hard at work raising...

“The Reconcilers” displays great art but has a complicated storyline

Graphic novel “The Reconcilers” delivers a story that is unique in delivery but difficult to keep up with due to its complex details and...

DREAM Act to change future of undocumented students if passed by...

Carla Zapata has her hands full. Zapata balances a full-time job, while double majoring in Central American studies and history. The 24-year-old is also an...

Program helps students develop speaking skills

CSUN’s program, Student Panels for an International Curriculum and Education (SPICE) offers international students an opportunity to gain public speaking experience and gives the...

DuBois Hamer Institute seeks to empower students

Newly appointed director of the DuBois Hamer Institute, Theresa White, along with her group of student ambassadors, presented the results of a research project...

MEChA travels to Arizona to do political campaigning and see how...

Members of the Chicana/o studies club, MEChA, traveled to Arizona for a weekend of political campaigning. Students including junior Omar Romero, communications major, campaigned for...

$500,000 grant given to several CSUN programs to battle childhood obesity

CSUN faculty and students are using a $500,000 grant from the U.S Department of Housing and Urban Development to combat child obesity in the...

Success depends on the individual, not dorm atmosphere

Your college years are often considered the beginning stages of complete independence and adulthood. For many college students, moving into a dorm is the first...

Insufficient job opportunities for graduate students

CSUN alumna, Jasmine Betancourt, 24, who graduated with a degree in consumer affairs and a minor in marketing in the spring of 2009, said...

VPAC spring lineup announced

The lineup for the Valley Performing Arts Center’s debut season will feature a broad range of performances. The assemble, which was announced Wednesday during a...
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