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CSUN PRSSA named most successful student chapter in L.A., hosts first induction ceremony

CSUN PRSSA named most successful student chapter in L.A., hosts first induction ceremony

Clarissa Corona

November 20, 2013

>>>CORRECTION: CSUN PRSSA has not officially been named the most successful student chapter in Los Angeles. However, it is the largest student chapter in Los Angeles. CSUN’s Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) has been named the most successful student chapter in Los Angeles. As such, the CSUN chapter celebrated and held its...

Students glean wisdom from CBS daytime TV vice president

Students glean wisdom from CBS daytime TV vice president

Clarissa Corona

November 15, 2013

The Gender and Women’s Studies Department welcomed the Senior Vice President of CBS Daytime Entertainment to Nordoff Hall Thursday. Angelica McDaniel’s oversees CBS’ top-rated daytime lineup, and brought her expertise to the lecture hall completely filled with students and a couple faculty me...

Chicano Studies Department “Dia de los Muertos” celebration to begin Thursday

Clarissa Corona

October 31, 2013

Me.E.Ch.A de CSUN and the Chicano Studies Department will have their annual Dia de los Muertos celebration on Thursday and Friday. The two-day celebration is based on tradition, beginning with the Noche de Ofrenda on Thursday night. Those who made altars to remember those they have lost will be able to ...

Students compete for a prize at ‘Super Smash Brothers’ competition

Students compete for a prize at ‘Super Smash Brothers’ competition

Clarissa Corona

October 24, 2013

More than a dozen students competed in the “Super Smash Brothers” video game tournament held in the USU Games Room last night. More than a dozen people initially signed up, but more names were added as more people, mostly males, arrived. While up to four people can play the game, for the tournamen...

Mexican border open to CSUN program

Mexican border open to CSUN program

Clarissa Corona

October 16, 2013

Tarah Davis, a graduate student studying art at CSUN recently visited Ensenada, Mexico, located south of San Diego through the CSUN Mexico Teacher Project. During the trip, Davis was exposed to a new culture that broadened her understanding of the world.“This trip was such a wonderful experience. I did not realize how differen...

Memorial ceremony remembers the life of deceased Matador

Memorial ceremony remembers the life of deceased Matador

Clarissa Corona

October 7, 2013

Ahmad Michael Jabali, who died of cardiac arrest in the Student Recreation Center (SRC) Sept. 30, was celebrated by family and friends at a memorial ceremony hosted by the Lebanese Student Association (LSA) Monday night. Jabali, a 23-year-old graduating senior was running on the SRC’s indoor tr...

Painting Guild invites CSUN community to opening reception

Painting Guild invites CSUN community to opening reception

Clarissa Corona

October 3, 2013

CSUN’s Painting Guild introduced its new exhibit at “Meet The Guild”, an opening reception, Wednesday evening in the Art & Design Center.The exhibit features 22 art pieces judged by the officers of the guild, ranging from paintings to sculptures. “We traditionally accept all discipline...

Psychology department hosts next ABA lecture

Psychology department hosts next ABA lecture

Clarissa Corona

September 25, 2013

The Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Speaker Series, a sequence of presentations hosted by the psychology department in the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, welcomed a speaker to discuss verbal behavior analysis Wednesday. Dr. Daniel B. Shabani, known for Los Angeles’ Shabani Institute ...

Poets and artists fill the Games Room to capacity for Espressions

Poets and artists fill the Games Room to capacity for Espressions

Clarissa Corona

September 19, 2013

USU’s Games Room was filled to capacity Wednesday night for Espressions, a free event that welcomes students to share their poetry, music and art. Danyial Motiwala hosted the night. Motiwala graduated from CSUN a year ago and was on the Poetry Slam team. As soon as Motiwala took the stage, he requ...

Novelist and blogger teaches CSUN students how to make money with their writing

Novelist and blogger teaches CSUN students how to make money with their writing

Clarissa Corona

September 12, 2013

A Writing for Wealth seminar was held in the Lake View Terrace room of the USU on Sept. 11. Huffington Post writer Tammy Bleck, known for her book “Single Past 50, Now What?” and her blog “Witty Woman Writing”, advised students on how to successfully write to make money. Jonathan Adrias, pro...

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