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Femmephobia is alive and well in LGBT community

He doesn’t look gay. In your life have you muttered that statement or at least of thought it? It’s a sentence that relies heavily on...

Avengers lives up to viewers expectations

The prayer of a million fanboys and girls came to pass with the release of The Avengers on March 4, capturing the spirit and...

Not all private colleges and universities are cheaper than public

CORRECTION: The original headline for this article, "Study that showed CSU cheaper than Harvard found inaccurate," was inaccurate. Last March saw California's higher education system...

CSUN remembers Armenian genocide

Using the slogan “I am the 1.5 million,” the annual Armenian Genocide Remembrance Week will be held on CSUN’s campus starting April 23. The event...

Public and commercial services around CSUN offer unique ways to recycle...

New technology and new ways to amuse ourselves give us new materials to recycle. Companies in the San Fernando Valley dedicated to preserving the...

Options for relaxing during Stress Awareness month

With April officially being national Stress Awareness Month, preparing for the Spring 2012 finals seems almost ironic for the of students CSUN.      Mastering the...

The insular world of comics

A key element in finding one’s love for comics has to be identifying the one character you relate to, one you aspire to and...

Student’s creative outlet leads to streetwear design

In the beginning, Jed Mitra only wanted to create graffiti. The 19-year-old CSUN freshman and graphic design major began designing shirts in middle school, a...

Job Fair will introduce students to employers

Located in the Northridge Center at the USU, the March 22 Job Fair will be available to all students in search of jobs after...

Mun2 Latino network promotes ’18 & Over’ on campus

Students had the opportunity to appear on television and win free prizes when Latino network Mun2 came to CSUN to promote its new show...

UCLA’s Civil Rights Project reports how minorities can transfer to four-year...

After learning that more than 70 percent of Southern California community college students fail to transfer to a four-year university within six years, the...
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