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Dance program to showcase student choreography

Dance program to showcase student  choreography

Daisy Perez

April 25, 2016

Deaf studies major and dance minor Frances Maurer, along with her co-choreographer, Allen Chung, will present a "deaf dance" in the student choreographer performance of Kinesis.Maurer, came up with the idea of making a deaf dance when she took a deaf literature class last year, where she learned about "deaf west" on Broadway.Maurer...

Klotz center offers STD testing on campus

Klotz center offers STD testing on campus

Daisy Perez

April 15, 2016

Sexually transmitted diseases are passed on during any sexual activity when one person who is infected transfers it to their partner. According to Center for Disease Control and Prevention, individuals from 15 to 24 years old make up over 25 percent of the sexually active. If left untreated, STDs can ...

Students filled Matador Square to learn about career opportunities

Students filled Matador Square to learn about career opportunities

Daisy Perez

April 1, 2016

Students gathered in the Matador Square to learn about the different educational opportunities the CSUN campus has to offer. “[This event] allows students that are declared and undecided to get more information about majors and minors,” said Equal Opportunity Programs Career Counselor Hector Carrillo...

Candlelight vigil held to remember EOP Director José Luis Vargas

Candlelight vigil held to remember EOP Director José Luis Vargas

Daisy Perez

March 31, 2016

From working with students to get scholarships, and helping with financial aid problems to internships, José Luis Vargas provided heart-to-heart advice to low-income students, according to his colleagues. "He loved the hell out of this campus. I never understood why until the last couple of week...

No meat on Mondays

No meat on Mondays

Daisy Perez

March 14, 2016

Meatless Monday isn't just for vegetarians and vegans. It's for anyone trying to start off their week with a healthy alternative. According to Eatright.org, people who eat a vegetarian diet tend to have lower levels of obesity, a lower risk of getting heart disease and have lower blood pressure. "People ...

CSUN prepares its community in the event of a disaster

CSUN prepares its community in the event of a disaster

Daisy Perez

March 14, 2016

A disaster can occur at any time or any place. Having a family emergency plan can help individuals deal with any type of disaster.CSUN Department of Police Services held a workshop on Thursday afternoon as part of an ongoing lunchtime series of preparedness classes."It's really important for people, thinking ...

Local skater’s shred CSUN campus

Local skater’s shred CSUN campus

Daisy Perez

March 9, 2016

A group of community skaters travel from local neighborhoods to ollie, hardflip and catch air around the campus. For the mix of students from Cleveland High School, Patrick Henry Middle School and one home-schooled student, it has become a daily routine to skate on CSUN after school. According to th...

Local skater’s shred CSUN campus

Daisy Perez

March 9, 2016

A group of community skaters travel from local neighborhoods to ollie, hardflip and catch air around the CSUN campus.For these mix of students from Cleveland High School, Patrick Henry Middle School and one home-schooled student, it has become a daily routine to skate on campus after school.According to the students,...

CSUN tennis thrives with linguistic diversity

CSUN tennis thrives with linguistic diversity

Daisy Perez

March 9, 2016

CSUN is a campus known for having a diverse student population, with students from various states, countries and backgrounds. The CSUN tennis team is no exception. With a team made up of women from Taiwan, South Korea, Hong Kong, Russia and Hawaii, language can be a barrier in the team's communication. "Maybe...

Spread of Zika virus concern to travelers and pregnant women

Spread of Zika virus concern to travelers and pregnant women

Daisy Perez

February 19, 2016

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention recently moved its Emergency Operations Center to a level one activation in response to the Zika virus outbreak, according to a CDC press release. This came not long after the World Health Organization issued a Public Health Emergency of International Concern rega...

CSUN students share the perks of using a daily planner

CSUN students share the perks of using a daily planner

Daisy Perez

February 10, 2016

Preparing for a new semester can be stressful. it’s important to plan ahead whether students intend to get A's in classes or try to pass a general education course. If students plan to make it a smooth semester and want to avoid the stressed half way through, consider getting a planner."A simple pl...

Super Bowl game day food, drink ideas

Super Bowl game day food, drink ideas

Daisy Perez

February 6, 2016

It's football's biggest weekend and every year fans get hyped up when it is around the corner. The Super Bowl is filled with cheering fans from both teams and not to mention hungry stomachs when half-time comes around. Whether it's your turn to host the Super Bowl party or a group of friends are...

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