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Students zumba away stress during Beat the Blues Week

Danielle Hale

November 26, 2012

This week is Beat the Blues week, and it is being kicked off with the counseling groups BLUES, JADE, and DATE set up at different locations around campus at CSUN. In an attempt to help raise awareness about suicide and depression, all week different events and speakers will be on campus. Beat the Blu...

USU hosts final Espressions event

USU hosts final Espressions event

Danielle Hale

November 16, 2012

The USU hosted its final "Espressions" of the semester on November 14th in the Games Room on campus at CSUN. In all three Espressions events hosted by the USU, students were invited on stage to share their original poetry in a friendly and energetic atmosphere. Each session was hosted by different...

CSUN’s Veteran’s Resource Center shows ‘The Invisible War’

Danielle Hale

November 9, 2012

Brought to CSUN by the Veteran’s Resource Center, “The Invisible War,” which screened in the USU Theater on Thursday, is an investigative documentary film that dives deeply into the unspoken war sexual assault and rape victims are fighting in the armed forces. Following the screening, both the...

CSUN community celebrates Day of the Dead

CSUN community celebrates Day of the Dead

Danielle Hale

November 4, 2012

Story by Casey Delich Community members and CSUN students came together for a chance to celebrate and learn about Dia de los Muertos Friday night. Put on by MEChA students (Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlan), everyone was invited to partake in and learn about the celebration of Dia de Los...

Inked Inspiration: CSUN art major uses his passion as a tattoo artist

Inked Inspiration: CSUN art major uses his passion as a tattoo artist

Danielle Hale

October 28, 2012

There is a stigma that comes along with tattoos. But it is slowly fading in today’s society. While some previous generations still might not readily accept and understand today’s cultural fascination with “getting ink,” it remains that tattoos are slowly becoming more socially accepted. ...

Weston Imhoff, CSUN student & tattoo artist

Weston Imhoff, CSUN student & tattoo artist

Danielle Hale

October 28, 2012

There is a stigma that comes along with tattoos. But it is slowly fading in today’s society. While some previous generations still might not readily accept and understand today’s cultural fascination with “getting ink,” it remains that tattoos are slowly becoming more socially accepted. Getting...

Students hand out info for National Day of Protest

Students hand out info for National Day of Protest

Danielle Hale

October 22, 2012

Story by Mercedes Richardson The National Day of Protest is an annual event that aims to bring a strong message to the nation and the emphasis of this event is to bring awareness of police brutality and the criminalization of a generation by the police. The event began in 1996 and every year on...

CSUN celebrates National Coming Out Day

CSUN celebrates National Coming Out Day

Danielle Hale

October 13, 2012

Story by Casey Delich The Pride Center and University Student Union celebrated National Coming Out Day Wednesday night with a variety show, that was not just funny and entertaining, but informative and echoing their “Out. Loud. Proud.” theme throughout the night. National Coming Out Day...

CSUN receives grant to help minority students in biomedical field

CSUN receives grant to help minority students in biomedical field

Danielle Hale

September 12, 2012

CSUN received part of a $1.3 million grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) for two different programs that aid minority students in the field of biomedical research. The first program is the Minority Access Research Careers Undergrad Science Training and Academic Research (MARC U*S...

Signatures stop pot-shop ban

Danielle Hale

September 10, 2012

Since medical marijuana advocates collected enough signatures to postpone the ban of marijuana dispensaries, which would have taken place  Sept. 6, the debate over much these shops contribute to the economy has continued. More than 50,000 signatures were collected when only 27,425 names were require...

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