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Submissions open for San Fernando Valley Award for Fiction

Christine Martinez October 16, 2018

The Friends of the Oviatt Library are sponsoring and holding open submissions for their annual San Fernando Valley Award to any author, student or non-student to submit an original piece of writing about...

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English department introduces Pop Culture as new minor

Christine Martinez September 29, 2018

The English department has introduced a new minor that students can begin declaring this year: Popular Culture.“What we are doing is trying to bring together skills of the English department and...

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Former local Catholic priest arrest sparks conversation

Christine Martinez September 25, 2018

Former Roman Catholic priest and middle school dean was arrested for allegedly sending nude photos to an account operated by the police department on Aug. 23.Charles Patrick Mayer, formerly from of Our...

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Professor harvests honey on campus for research

Christine Martinez September 18, 2018

Apiphobia is the fear of bees or bee stings, and while it is easy to profile bees as a dangerous threat, Rachel Mackelprang, associate professor of the biology department, gets up close and personal with...

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Raquel McPeek Rodriguez, a young, deaf Latina actor in Hollywood

Christine Martinez September 9, 2018

The life of an aspiring actor in LA is rife with contradictions that weave between the presupposed glamour and the not-always-so reality that CSUN alumni, Raquel McPeek Rodriguez, is becoming all too familiar...

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What to expect when getting First Aid/CPR/AED certified

Christine Martinez August 21, 2018

The Red Cross is providing a one-day first aid course on campus for $52. Any CSUN student can walk out educated and Aid/CPR/AED certified.Ryan Hairapetian, the aquatics coordinator, said that participants...

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Meet the new dean of the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences

Christine Martinez August 9, 2018

Yan Searcy begins his new position at CSUN as dean of the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, replacing Stella Theodoulou. He was drawn to CSUN because of our mission statement and vision. The ...

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The 5 best vegan food options around CSUN

Christine Martinez July 23, 2018

The ever-present expansion of businesses around CSUN campus lends to the certainty of bountiful and diverse foods. Vegan and vegetarian options are no longer just niche preferences as it is becoming increasingly...

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Northridge Metrolink redevelopment still in the works

Christine Martinez July 19, 2018

The Northridge Metrolink Station has been undergoing a potential redevelopment over the past few years with discussion of relocation or enhancement of the existing site.The diversity of CSUN students and...

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Putting Angelenas on the Map

Christine Martinez April 3, 2018

The City of Los Angeles and Mount St. Mary’s University came together in an effort to address the lack of women representation within the existing names of the city’s landmarks and in doing...

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Pride Center’s Sex Week – Sex Toys 101

Christine Martinez March 28, 2018

If you’ve ever felt intimidated to walk into a sex shop or unsure of where to even begin, Pride Center kicked off its Sex Week with a sex toys workshop on March 16. Hunter Kelch, a sexual health...

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