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CSUN students experience a taste of NYC at Matador Nights

CSUN students experience a taste of NYC at Matador Nights

Areli Rodriguez

April 28, 2013

By Champaign Williams April 28th, 2013 Section: News CORRECTION: In the video, Randy Sorenson's title is USU event assistant, not lead event assistant. The University Student Union was filled to capacity Friday night as Matador Nights kicked off with more than 2,700 students filling Plaza del So...

Sexual assault awareness week informs students of harmful media messages

Areli Rodriguez

April 26, 2013

Students learned about the different messages that are shown in the media about women, alcohol and its relation to sexual assault as part of Sexual Assault Awareness for Everyone Week. The event, hosted in Live Oak Hall Thursday night, discussed the Steubenville case about a 16-year-old girl who was se...

Sustainability minor helps student ‘go green’

Areli Rodriguez

April 23, 2013

Students can learn different ways to think green in their daily lives if they were to minor in sustainability. The minor at CSUN can help students learn about their ecological footprint and the limited resources available in the world. “The earth is important and we need to try and conserve it a...

Women’s doubles tennis team talks about synergy on the court

Women's doubles tennis team talks about synergy on the court

Areli Rodriguez

April 23, 2013

By Michelle Reuter April 23rd, 2013 Section: Sports In the game of tennis, sometimes a little drive and determination is just what a team needs to prevail against a tough competitor. Luckily for the CSUN women’s tennis team, its top two doubles pairings are chock full of both. Doubles set...

Pilipino Cultural Night celebrates identity and cultural pride

Areli Rodriguez

April 7, 2013

True identity and cultural pride were the main themes for the 28th annual Pilipino Cultural Night (PCN) in the Plaza del Sol Saturday. PCN is an annual event hosted by Filipino American Student Association and Associated Students that celebrates the Filipino culture and raises awareness about cultur...

Critic speaks of race issues in media

Areli Rodriguez

March 28, 2013

Eric Deggans, media critic for the Tampa Bay Times, spoke to students Wednesday about how minorities are portrayed in the media and his latest book “Race Baiter: How the Media Wields Dangerous Words to Divide a Nation.” Students learned more about what inspired Deggans to write his book, how he loo...

‘Fire Chief Charlie’ entertains CSUN students with music stylings

'Fire Chief Charlie' entertains CSUN students with music stylings

Areli Rodriguez

March 18, 2013

By Areli Rodriguez March 15th, 2013 Section: News Students were excited to listen to Fire Chief Charlie an upcoming band from Chicago in the Games Room Thursday as part of Music Nights. Students took a break from the usual billiards and arcade games to listen to the live folk band that ...

Students experience magical night at ‘Mystical Masquerade’

Students experience magical night at 'Mystical Masquerade'

Areli Rodriguez

March 13, 2013

Story by Taylor Villescas March 9th, 2013 Section: News Students attended the Mystical Masquerade, a free magic show, which included a contortionist, dinner and magician Kevin Hurley, in the Northridge Center of the USU Friday. The main act was magician and hypnotist Kevin Harley, ...

CSUN students learn how to stay frugal on a college budget

Areli Rodriguez

March 13, 2013

Finding ways to be frugal in a fast-paced college environment can be tough. When you're constantly busy with classes and homework, work and various extracurricular activities, it's not always easy to find affordable ways to eat, maintain hygiene or make your living space aesthetically pleasing to the...

Providence blood drive invites students to help save lives

Providence blood drive invites students to help save lives

Areli Rodriguez

February 19, 2013

Story by Joell Grager February 19th, 2013 Section: News - Photos The Providence Blood Donor Center hosted a blood drive Tuesday and offered coupons for a pint of Baskin Robbins ice cream to students who donated. “A pint for a pint,” Terry Hill, Providence blood donor recruitment coordinator, said to students and asked th...

San Fernando Valley Council of Governments proposes rail system

Areli Rodriguez

January 24, 2013

CORRECTION: The proposed projects will be either a rail system or bus rapid transit within the East Valley Corridor. The Sepulveda Pass Corridor is not estimated to be $5 million to $6.5 million as stated in the story. The project is estimated to be $10 billion to $12 billion and will include a highway...

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