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Ashley Soley-Cerro


Get your caffeine fix at Barclays

Not many places could be considered both an ideal study location and date spot, but with the wide variety of delicious beverages, eclectic décor,...

CSUN adds more classes

CSUN added hundreds of courses and increased the maximum unit capacity for students to 19 for the Spring 2011 semester. “Money for this has come...

Gov. Brown’s budget cut to affect CSU funding

CSU officials sound hopeful for the future of CSU schools, despite a $500 million cut in state support an 18 percent reduction, announced in...

?17 Again? is juvenile but fun

So, your wife of 20 years kicks you out of the house and your two children hate you. You are then forced to move in with your nerdy, Darth Vader loving, Lord-of-the-Rings-obsessed best friend. What's next? Making a wish to be 17 again so you can relive your glory days as a high school basketball stud, that's what.

Coachella proves king of the music festivals

As I walked at a fast pace to catch the last few minutes of the Los Angeles veteran punk band X, missing some of Karen O of the Yeah Yeah Yeah's somewhat refined and calm performance on the main stage (don't worry her outfit was outrageous as always), I had one question in my mind. I couldn't help but wonder why the 'leaders of Coachella', the geniuses that decided to put on this three day music and art festival, would put so many good bands on at the same time, forcing me to choose. In the end, there is only one plausible answer. There is too much good music in the world to fit into a measly three days!

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