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Actress AnnaLyyne McCord speaks to students at CSUN as part of S.A.A.F.E. week. Photo credit: Amanda Reveles

Actress AnnaLynne McCord shares story of surviving sexual assault for S.A.A.F.E week

Dena White April 21, 2015

At first glance, AnnaLynne McCord looks like the Hollywood ideal: a tall, thin, striking blonde with perfect hair and fashion magazine style - but, what you would probably never guess is that she was sexually...

Lecture gives students the tools to prevent sexual assault and be an active bystander

Dena White April 20, 2015

As part of CSUN’s annual Sexual Assault Awareness For Everyone Week, Project D.A.T.E. presented a lecture to educate students on the difference between a bystander and an active bystander, as well...

Project D.A.T.E. Secretary, Kimberly Ramirez, was available to answer questions and inform at the organizations S.A.A.F.E. Week booth on Monday. Photo credit: Dena White

S.A.A.F.E week teaches students about CSUN’s sexual assault resources

Dena White April 20, 2015

The first thing that Lucy Le, student instructor for Project D.A.T.E, wants people to know is that the organization she represents is not a dating service; the second, and most important message, is that...

Deadline approaches for students to complete “Agent of Change”

Dena White April 16, 2015

Last month, students received an email from CSUN President Dianne F. Harrison, Ph.D. requiring completion of "Agent of Change," an online education course that provides information about sexual violence...

Even in death, Lauren Hill brought life to everything she was a part of

Dena White April 14, 2015

Mount St. Joseph’s University freshman Lauren Hill lived her life with two goals in mind: to play as many games as possible on her college women’s basketball team and to bring national awareness and...

The Apple Watch is set to go on sale April 24. (Photo courtesy Apple/TNS)

Apple’s stretch from tech to fashion is not very promising

Dena White April 2, 2015

As a consumer that is very much a fan of Apple products, I'm not convinced that the Apple watch will live up to its hype.A glossy magazine spread in the spring issue of Vogue and a worldwide press conference...

Award winning musical heads to CSUN campus.
Photo Credit: Efren Delgadillo

Theatre CSUN’s “The Drowsy Chaperone” shines at the VPAC

Dena White March 24, 2015

There’s nothing like watching a musical – talented performers, beautiful costumes and catchy choruses virtually whisk the audience away from their day to day lives for a time, returning them to reality...

The Tony-Award winning musical Drowsy Chaperone is opening at CSN on March 20, 2015. (Trevor Stamp / Multimedia Editor)

“The Drowsy Chaperone” Brings the Lights of Broadway to CSUN’s VPAC.

Dena White March 18, 2015

CSUN’s Theatre Department’s first Broadway musical is living true to the old theater adage, “the show must go on.” Despite a New York snowstorm holding a key piece of scenery hostage, adjusting...

A “Celebration of Life” Honors Dr. Jean E. Daniels, Founder of CSUN MSW Program

Dena White March 3, 2015

Friends, family and colleagues gathered Monday morning to participate in a celebration of the life and legacy of Dr. Jean E. Daniels. Each speaker recounted a personal story illustrating Daniels’...

The DUFF: YA Novel to Teen Classic Comedy

The DUFF: YA Novel to Teen Classic Comedy

Dena White February 24, 2015

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rWyiOOFrGoI They say that there are no original stories left out there, but Hollywood has struck gold recently, when mining the Young Adult novel category for movies....

Contaminated Scope Blamed for UCLA Superbug Virus Spread to Cedars-Sinai

Dena White February 23, 2015

Cedars-Sinai Medical Center reported today that four patients receiving treatment at the hospital have been infected with the same super virus that killed two patients last month at UCLA Ronald Reagan...

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