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Karthic Ramakrishnan from the University of  California, Riverside gives a lecture at the Central American Studies lecture at the Northridge Center on April 28. (Photo Credit: David J. Hawkins/Photo Editor)

Central American studies hosts panel discussion on student activism

Gabby Escamilla April 29, 2014

Student activism was one of the panel discussions held by the Central American studies department as part of a symposium on migration at the Northridge Center on April 28. Devora Gonzalez, a graduate...

PPM tests sprinklers outside the B5 parking lot.  CSUN is working on new innitiatives to conserve water, including a learning living community in the dorms starting next fall. (Photo Credit: Ken Scarboro/Senior Photographer)

LADWP offers tips for water conservation

Gabby Escamilla April 21, 2014

As everyone tries to save water during this drought, the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power website has offered tips in saving water and reducing the cost of your bill. The biggest way you can...

Former governor of Hawaii and CSUN alumna returns to campus

Former governor of Hawaii and CSUN alumna returns to campus

Gabby Escamilla February 25, 2014

From a CSUN student to the first female governor of Hawaii, alumna Linda Lingle has returned this spring to teach a course on public policy at Cal State Northridge. “I got my first experience in leadership...

Renowned photojournalist and activist Ed Kashi presents his photographs and multimedia work to aspiring photojournalism students on Feb. 3, at the Northridge Center. Photo Credit: Lucas Esposito / Daily Sundial

Noted photojournalist talks about career, life as activist

Gabby Escamilla February 5, 2014

Ed Kashi, a renowned photojournalist, visited CSUN and discussed his career as a journalist and filmmaker. Students gathered at the Northridge Center to hear Kashi speak about his many projects and to...

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