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Learning never stops for 81-year-old college student

Bejan Siavoshy

May 9, 2008

William Bloom is an 81-year-old CSUN student who is in the over-60s life-long learning program, which allowed him to attend classes on campus, nearly free-of-charge, for the past 16 years. Bloom says that his continued education is for a "life-long pursuit" of knowledge. Photos by Bejan Siavoshy, Da...

Evangelical group protests homosexuals, American society

Bejan Siavoshy

May 9, 2008

Sierra Quad was the site of a hostile encounter between an evangelical group preaching against homosexuality and the downfall of Americans and CSUN students who oppose their views on Tuesday. The group members, who were on a campus tour of southern California colleges and universities, were holding s...

Snoop Dogg’s ‘Ego Trippin’ shows musical growth

Bejan Siavoshy

May 9, 2008

What can I write that will sway your mind away from that disturbingly catchy single that is inescapable from radio stations coast to coast? Yeah, "Sexual Eruption" (or "Seduction," depending on what you prefer to sing out loud when your car windows are rolled up) is a hit, and rightfully so. And, wh...

CSUN loses one of its brightest

Bejan Siavoshy

May 2, 2008

Photos by Bejan Siavoshy A man of that quality, how can he be gone?" Nicole Diliza asks, fighting back the moisture that wells up in her eyes as she speaks of her husband, Kojo. The 80-degree night air that engulfs Bakersfield dries the few tears that have managed to slide past her best efforts to k...

Colleges create national auto commercial

Bejan Siavoshy

April 23, 2008

CSUN students versed in various art disciplines are working together to develop Ford Focus commercials for a competition that pits the Center for Visual Communications against other various colleges and universities in southern California. Since its launch in August 2007, the center, 410VISCOM, has been ...

Snoop Dogg’s ‘Ego Trippin’ shows musical growth

Bejan Siavoshy

April 22, 2008

What can I write that will sway your mind away from that disturbingly catchy single that is inescapable from radio stations coast to coast? Yeah, "Sexual Eruption" (or "seduction," depending on what you prefer to sing out loud when your car windows are rolled up) is a hit, and rightfully so. And, wh...

BANKSY

Bejan Siavoshy

April 21, 2008

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Senators push GI Bill increase

Bejan Siavoshy

April 16, 2008

Members of the Senate are pushing for an increase in the GI Bill, which would provide more money to veterans who choose to pursue a college education after being discharged. The Post-9/11 Veterans Education Assistance Act would increase the amount of money veteran students receive from the U.S. gove...

Superior court judges talk about incarceration, drugs

Bejan Siavoshy

April 16, 2008

Eight judges from the Los Angeles Superior Courts and one member of the San Fernando Valley Bar Association came to the Grand Salon at CSUN's University Student Union to answer attendees' questions about legal matters during the Meet Your Judges event on Monday night. The change of venue for the judge...

E3 focuses on student awareness

Bejan Siavoshy

April 8, 2008

The E3 slate (Educate-Empower-Enhance), which is headed up by Associated Students presidential candidate Miguel Segura and vice presidential candidate Nicole Umali, says it will to be the beacon of change that will improve the "CSUN experience" for students on campus if they are the victors of the el...

Students First slate focuses on advocacy

Bejan Siavoshy

April 8, 2008

Incumbent President Adam Haverstock is running for re-election with vice presidential hopeful Alex Shahin and his slate, Students First, to further implore the improvements that, Haverstock says, have been set in motion to better CSUN as a whole. Haverstock, Shahin and company say that the main supp...

Students meet A.S. senate hopefuls prior to election

Bejan Siavoshy

April 3, 2008

Associated Students presidential and senate hopefuls introduced themselves to CSUN students on Tuesday during the Meet the Candidates event at the Plaza Del Sol as next week's elections loom on the horizon. Tuesday's ceremony started the public campaigning efforts of the two slates that are aiming to...

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