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CSUN professor paints her way through male-dominated art industry

Professor Yreina Cervantez, Chicano/a studies department, is involved with community art that infuses activism views. She has been part of the Chicano/a art movement for decades. Courtesy of Yreina Cervantez

Christopher Ho

November 8, 2011

Growing up as a self-identified Chicana, Yreina Cervantez had little inclination that her childhood circumstances would eventually lead her into the Chicana/o movement and her position in the Chicana/o studies department at CSUN. “Art is a powerful tool for transformation,” said Cervantez wh...

Recording Academy and CSUN music department to hold job market in Santa Monica

Christopher Ho

October 24, 2011

Calling all music majors and student musicians: the Recording Academy and CSUN music department are giving you an opportunity to explore the job market Wednesday at their Santa Monica headquarters. The Los Angeles Chapter of the Recording Academy presents the yearly event through its GRAMMY University...

Facebook identities exchanged for cheap prizes

Christopher Ho

October 10, 2011

Thousands of Facebook users are risking their identities by falling for marketing ploys offering free stuff like, free crochet packs. Scheming companies create these campaigns to promote themselves in exchange for access to one’s Facebook profile. Just ask the 772,308 monthly active users who have...

Students experience poverty during simulation with Unified We Serve

Christopher Ho

October 7, 2011

CSUN students were given an opportunity to experience the lives of families in poverty across the United States during a three hour event Wednesday night.Sponsored by volunteer organization Unified We Serve and held under this year’s theme of the empowerment movement, the event turned the USU’s Nort...

Meet the Firms will bring together students and information system firms

Christopher Ho

September 21, 2011

Meet the Firms will bring together students, about 50 public and private accounting and IS firms, Thursday at the Odyssey Restaurant in Granada Hills at 9 p.m. Meet the Firms is the accounting and information systems department premiere recruiting event, held twice a year during the fall and spring...

Two car collision near CSUN campus sends one driver to hospital

Don Hackman, 58, sits on the curb of Nordhoff Street and Darby Avenue after the white Nissan Altima (behind) crashed into his black Chevrolet truck on Wednesday. Photo Credit: Mariela Molina

Christopher Ho

September 15, 2011

Two motorists were involved in a collision Wednesday afternoon just outside of the CSUN campus. No CSUN students were involved in the accident, which occurred at about 4:30 p.m. at the intersection of Darby Avenue and Nordhoff Street. Don Hackman, 58, was driving his 1970 black Chevy truck w...

Study finds minorities with college degrees earn less than Whites

Christopher Ho

September 13, 2011

Minorities, particularly African-Americans and Latinos, earn less income even with college degrees as opposed to their white or Asian colleagues, according to a recent study by Georgetown University’s Center on Education and the Workforce. “I’m not surprised because we’ve known this for a...

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