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Anorexia survivor speaks of battle with the disease

Lucy Guanuna March 1, 2013

An Anorexia survivor shared the story of her struggle with the disease to students and faculty as part of Eating Disorder Awareness Week.Chelsea Roff shared personal accounts of her journey and struggle...

Eastside Luv Wine Bar y Queso is a bar full of culture and art

Eastside Luv Wine Bar y Queso is a bar full of culture and art
Lucy Guanuna February 27, 2013

Eastside Luv Wine Bar y Queso is the epitome of Chicano culture in East L.A. Nestled on a hill in Boyle Heights across from the Mariachi Plaza and with a view of downtown, Eastside Luv is dressed in...

Pledge denies third-party influence in local campaigns

Lucy Guanuna February 27, 2013

A Los Angeles City Council candidate for the 13th District signed the People’s Pledge early February, a vow to deny independent third party contributions in local campaigns, and has urged other candidates...

Undocumented journalist to speak at USU Tuesday

Lucy Guanuna February 24, 2013

Journalist, multimedia storyteller and activist, Jose Antonio Vargas will be speaking Tuesday as part of a “Define American" campaign. Vargas came out as an undocumented immigrant in 2011 and started...

Big turnout for SRC’s R.I.P.P.E.D. master class

Big turnout for SRC's R.I.P.P.E.D. master class
Lucy Guanuna February 22, 2013

Creator of workout series, R.I.P.P.E.D. hosted a master class at the SRC Thursday night with more than 130 students participating. Shorter and two master trainers, Malea Anderson from Orange County...

Michael Dukakis to speak in Grand Salon about 2012 election

Lucy Guanuna February 17, 2013

Michael Dukakis, former Massachusetts governor and democratic presidential nominee, will be discussing the results of the 2012 election in the Grand Salon on Feb. 19 at 7 p.m.Dukakis will be speaking on...

CSUN Police Department introduces new K-9

CSUN Police Department introduces new K-9
Lucy Guanuna February 13, 2013

CSUN’s police department held a ceremony to introduce a new K-9, Isy, and honor the other K-9’s in the unit who died or retired. Isy, a 4-year-old German Shepard, trained in bomb detection,...

Faculty and staff targeted by fraudulent emails

Lucy Guanuna February 11, 2013

CSUN’s faculty and staff have been receiving fraudulent emails from an unidentified source that aims to steal people’s personal information.Faculty and staff have responded to the fraudulent...

Professional photojournalist panel discusses visual storytelling

Lucy Guanuna January 31, 2013

Photo and video reporters from the L.A. Times and KPCC held a panel discussion on photojournalism Thursday in the USU.The event was organized by the CSUN chapter of the National Press Photographers Association...

Students lose out despite Fiscal Cliff aversion

Students lose out despite Fiscal Cliff aversion
Lucy Guanuna January 28, 2013

Our country’s financial health was teetering on the edge because of the reputed apocalyptic fiscal cliff, but fortunately, this was not the end for the nation. Education, especially student aid,...

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