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Best-selling author to speak about eating disorders

Geraldine Marquez

March 1, 2010

Internationally renowned writer and speaker on eating disorders will speak at CSUN on March 4 at 9:30 a.m. in the University Student Union (USU) Grand Salon. Jenni Schaefer, author of “Life Without Ed: How One Woman Declared Independence from Her Eating Disorder and How You Can Too,” will be...

How To: Enjoy a real “day off”

Geraldine Marquez

February 22, 2010

It’s been about a month since the spring semester started. Classes, homework, exams, and our jobs keep us pretty busy. So what do we do when we have a day off? Most of us don’t get to have a day off because when we’re not in class or at work, we still have errands to run, laundry to do, papers to write, tests to study for, and the list g...

CSUN to lower enrollment

Geraldine Marquez

February 16, 2010

CSUN enrollment will be reduced by 11 percent for the 2010 – 2011 academic year, said President Jolene Koester at Tuesday’s Associated Students’ (A.S.) Town Hall Meeting. The event, which was held in the Grand Salon of the University Student Union (USU), gave students an opportunity to ask...

Authentic Peruvian Bistro

Geraldine Marquez

February 14, 2010

Coming from a Hispanic background I’m always excited to try food from other Latin American countries. I had only tried Peruvian food one other time, and that was on one of my trips to San Francisco. Turns out it was a great experience because I loved the food. I didn’t know of many Peruvian restau...

‘Moodle Basics’ helps students with program

Geraldine Marquez

February 10, 2010

Information Technology (IT) is offering online classes and workshops on “Moodle Basics,” to help students and faculty adjust to the new program. IT Administrative Coordinator Marla Joseph said the classes are coming out of the technology center. “Classes like these started in early July back...

Pianist teaches classical music to students

Geraldine Marquez

February 1, 2010

Pianist Leon Bates is scheduled to perform at Plaza Del Sol Performance Hall on Thursday, Feb. 4 at 8 p.m In honor of Black History Month, Leon Bates “will recount the history of segregation in American music, and share what he learned from an older generation of black musicians who opened the door for today's African Ame...

Tasty and affordable Mongolian BBQ

Geraldine Marquez

January 24, 2010

If you’re looking for a welcoming place to hang out with family or friends while enjoying a variety of tasty foods at an all you can eat buffet, Golden Lion Mongol’s BBQ, formerly Golden Palace Mongolian BBQ, is exactly what you’re looking for. This Mongolian BBQ joint is located just off the 210 Freeway, between E. Colorado and Rosemea...

Annual High School Art Invitational: CSUN’s Main Art Gallery features art work from surrounding schools

Geraldine Marquez

January 17, 2010

CSUN’s Art Gallery is holding its 13th Annual High School Invitational. The event, which is being held in the Main Gallery, began on January 12 and will continue through January 30. “There are 39 schools who submitted their work this year,” Jim Sweeters said, interim director of CSUN’s A...

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