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Graduate student exhibits Chicano/a art gallery

Graduate student exhibits Chicano/a art gallery

John Saringo-Rodriguez

March 6, 2013

The opening reception of "The Art of Rebellion: Social Justice and Chicana/o Visual Arts," at the Chicana/o house last Friday, exhibited artwork from Jake Prendez, 36, a Chicana/o studies graduate student at CSUN. Prendez, who marked the end of his graduate program by presenting this gallery...

Student promotes transgender awareness at CSUN

Student promotes transgender awareness at CSUN

John Saringo-Rodriguez

March 5, 2013

  Cadence Valentine is no wallflower. When it comes to transgender issues, she is a proactive advocate. By prioritizing, organizing and having the courage to persistently challenge the status quo, she brings about awareness and positive change. Valentine, a psychology major, and q...

SRC turf field to open by end of March

John Saringo-Rodriguez

March 3, 2013

The finance committee of the USU board of directors approved last May to allocate a budget of $5.5 million from USU’s Revenue Fund to build a turf field that was originally part of the G4 parking lot. “The actual cost of construction is predicted to be closer to $4.5 million because of cost sa...

CSUN international student sheds stress on campus

CSUN international student sheds stress on campus

John Saringo-Rodriguez

February 27, 2013

For Cal State Northridge students, balancing classes, work, internships, extracurriculars and personal relationships can be overwhelming. But it’s especially difficult for linguistics major, Mao Otahima, 23, whose family and support are on another continent. While students may find it easi...

Valentine’s Day drinks for an intimate mood

Valentine's Day drinks for an intimate mood

John Saringo-Rodriguez

February 13, 2013

  Bitter Crush  So your crush is oblivious and you're feeling depressed? There are two outcomes: you find yourself in the bottom of the bottle, alone, and contemplating your sorrows, or you have delusions of grandeur and think of the “what if's?” You might need a drink and Bitter Crush...

Flamenco dance comes to VPAC

John Saringo-Rodriguez

February 13, 2013

Paco Peña's Flamenco Vivo will be presenting at CSUN's Valley Performing Arts Center on Saturday, Feb. 16 at 8 p.m. Paco Peña and his team of performers demonstrate a passionate and provocative representation of beauty and inspiration in art form through flamenco, a rhythmic combination of Spanis...

Rev. Billy Talen discusses consumerism and activism at the Grand Salon

John Saringo-Rodriguez

February 13, 2013

Activism and consumerism were the focus at a lecture by Rev. Billy Talen, who was also promoting a book, at the USU Grand Salon Tuesday. Talen said that protesting is reminiscent of the 60s, but can be boring. He said that his eccentricity helped put his face in the media which has essentially helped fur...

New parking lot set to begin construction

New parking lot set to begin construction

John Saringo-Rodriguez

January 28, 2013

Student drivers may be surprised at the confirmed construction of a new parking structure on Zelzah Avenue set to begin next month, making up for lost spaces.  The CSU board of trustees decided last September with the Committee on Campus Planning, Buildings and Grounds to strategize the cons...

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