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Reducing carbon footprint effectively

photo shows woman biking to work

Ivan Salinas

February 21, 2017

The concern over climate change has forced companies and consumers to find alternative sources of power. Reducing the carbon footprint seems like the best option, but it can be tricky to achieve. Owning a car that is powered by electricity is an attempt to reduce carbon footprint, but that does not ...

CSUN Homecoming returns, bringing alumni back together

CSUN Alumni Ed Burke holds his class Yearbook from 1959 during Homecoming at the SRC. Photo credit: Ivan Salinas

Ivan Salinas

February 13, 2017

It had been 15 years since CSUN hosted a homecoming event. When asked why CSUN decided to reignite this tradition, assistant vice president for Alumni Relations, Shelie Hadavina said they were looking for an opportunity to bring our alumni back together and that Homecoming was a great opportunity...

An interview with La Santa Cecilia

LSC band members. From left to right: Pepe, Miguel, Marisol, and Alex. (Courtesy of the VPAC)

Ivan Salinas

February 10, 2017

[embedyt][/embedyt] While most bands stick to a modern popular sound to reach a broader audience, the East Los Angeles based Mexican-American band, La Santa Cecilia, decided to incorporate lyrics in Spanish and fuse traditional Latin American music with their...

Trump’s executive order temporarily blocked

People protest the muslim ban

Ivan Salinas

February 4, 2017

U.S. District Judge James Robart, based in Seattle, placed a nationwide temporary block on Donald Trump’s executive order, which bans people from entering the U.S. from seven countries. The block goes into effect immediately. On Monday, a lawsuit was filed against Trump, the U.S Department of Homela...

Experiencing the seventh art at the Cinematheque

Tim Halloran gives a presentation in the Armer Theater

Ivan Salinas

January 30, 2017

There is a difference between sitting in a normal movie theater to watch the latest blockbuster and to sit in a cinematheque to experience the art of cinema. For the past nine years, professor of media theory and criticism, Tim Halloran, has hosted "Thursday Nights at the Cinematheque" free of charge....

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