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Longhorn’s Smokehouse brings a taste of Texas to Angelinos

Breanne Racano

July 9, 2012

Since arriving in L.A., I’ve been on the hunt for some homemade barbeque that compares to the deliciousness found in the South. The search has been difficult but I’m excited to say I found my go-to at Longhorn’s BBQ Smokehouse in Santa Clarita. I brought along one of the toughest crit...

Online wait listing comes to CSUN

Online wait listing comes to CSUN

Breanne Racano

June 24, 2012

Many CSUN students have experienced the frustrations of trying to enroll in classes they need before they fill up. Until now the only option students had was to hope for an open spot that has not been grabbed before their enrollment appointment. Starting this fall an electronic wait list syste...

A shallow savings account leads CSUN student to start his own skateboard company

Breanne Racano

June 16, 2012

In pursuit for an affordable and quality longboard, anthropology student Joe Silverstein turned to making his own. After discovering he really enjoyed making longboards, Silverstein started his own company, “Highland Longboards”. “I wanted to buy a higher quality longboard, but I didn’t have the money,” Silve...

CSUN’s Upward Bound buys another five years with $1 million federal grant

Breanne Racano

June 12, 2012

Once described as a shy high school student who hid behind his hands, Upward Bound alumnus David Coorough is now actively involved in college, studying cinema and television arts at CSUN. Coorough said being able to attend college is just one of many positive outcomes from the Upward Bound program. “Now I voice my opinion and I’m more sociable.  Upward Bound...

CSUN remembers the life of graduate studies leader, Mack Johnson

Breanne Racano

June 7, 2012

The CSUN campus remembered Dr. Mack Johnson for his compassion toward students and excellence in academic administrative experience. Johnson, associate vice president of graduate studies, research and international programs and professor of biology, died Wednesday after collapsing due to a heart attack...

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