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‘Lonelygirl15’ brings on product placement

Ariel Galura

July 6, 2007

The popular Internet drama, "Lonelygirl15," has taken a step forward in its web series by heightening its reality through product placement. A new character posing as a Neutrogena scientist, has been added to the cast, defining a new integration of product placement. Creators Greg Goodfried and Miles...

Activists, artists unite to sing against Darfur crisis

Ariel Galura

June 29, 2007

Instant Karma: The Amnesty International Campaign to Save Darfur unites some of the world's leading artists to fight against the crisis in Darfur. The double album filled with artists like U2, Aerosmith, Ben Harper, Green Day, Matisyahu, Christina Aguilera and the Black Eyed Peas covering songs from Jo...

Legislation to increase grants

Ariel Galura

June 22, 2007

Democratic leaders in the House of Representatives introduced legislation that will increase college financial aid by nearly $20 billion over the next five years, while also aiming to cut the interest rate on federally subsidized student loans to 3.4 percent, costing U.S. taxpayers no new costs. U....

Pelvic pain an early sign of ovarian cancer

Ariel Galura

June 22, 2007

Ovarian cancer, also known as the "silent killer" due to symptoms occurring late, may no longer be so silent. According to cancer experts from the American Cancer Society, the Gynecologic Cancer Foundation and the Society of Gynecologic Oncologists, identifiable symptoms for ovarian cancer may exist in...

Popular student past-time poses serious health threat

Ariel Galura

June 19, 2007

Throughout the United States, hookah, also known as waterpipe smoking, continues to grow as the new tobacco trend of the 21st century, appealing to young adults who may be unaware of its harmful effects. According to a new report by the American Lung Association of California, "An Emerging Deadly Tr...

WW II Photos See Light of Day in Oviatt

Ariel Galura

June 12, 2007

This summer the CSUN Oviatt Library is hosting an art exhibit displaying 35 photographs taken almost 65 years ago that have remained undeveloped and unseen by the world until just recently. Every day hundreds of students walk by the exhibit. Unaware of its presence, students search for an open cubb...

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