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The Friends of the Oviatt Library are calling all authors to submit original works of fiction pertaining to the San Fernando Valley.
Pop Culture is a new minor from the English department that focuses on dealing with mass culture and media and what they mean to a broader society.
The religious community on and near campus share concerns brought up by the recent arrest of a priest from a nearby parish.
Professor in the biology department turned her hobby of beekeeping into a research study, and students will soon be able to buy the fruits of her labor.
Raquel McPeek Rodriguez is a young, deaf Latina actor making her mark in Hollywood with a new role on NBC's "Chicago Med."
Experts say that if steps aren’t taken, there undoubtedly will be worse and more frequent fires in the future
CSUN hosts classes on First Aid/CPR/AED with same day certification. Here's what you can expect.
Yan Searcy is CSUN's new dean of the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences and he hopes to bring a fresh perspective and spirit of service to his fellow faculty and students alike
Here is a compiled list of the 5 best restaurants around CSUN that cater to vegans and vegetarians.
Measures are progressing for the Northridge Metrolink station to either renovate its existing site or relocate entirely and CSUN student involvement is key towards making this decision
CSUN's Family and Consumer Sciences department and TRENDS are gearing up to put on their annual student fashion show
The City of Los Angeles and Mount St. Mary's University have teamed up to put "Angelenas on the map" by addressing the lack of women represented in the naming of locations, statues and landmarks across the city and what they are doing to change that.
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