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5 places to eat off campus that offer diverse foods

CSUN's food variety may not appeal to everyone, so here are a few places you can try out!
Jungle Fire band members wear matching all white ensembles and concert-goers dance to the music

50 Free Concerts at The Levitt Pavillion

Catch artists like Thee Commons, Baio, L.A Witch, and much more, for free at the Levitt Pavilion!
Karim pictured explaining his book, "the Great Bangladesh Romantic Comedy"

Self-published student writes fictional e-book on Bangladeshi culture

Information Systems major, Fahim Karim, shared his experience in self-publishing and his newest e-book now available on Amazon.
Mexican rock band members pictured, three men in their mid-thirties wearing matching navy blue and white oufits

Mexican rock band, DLD, conquers American audiences

DLD is one of the most important rock bands at the moment. Catch them live at The Roxy on May 31.
hollywood sign pictured spring 2017 matador nights

Matador Nights returns with Hollywood theme

The bi-annual celebration featured many activities for CSUN students this year.
Marcelo Tijerina and Ulises Lozano pictured posing for their album cover

Culture a la Aztlán: The unique sound of Mexican Dubwiser

Creator of the Dubwiser project, Marcelo Tijerina, describes his genre as 'Music without Borders'.
Chicano rock band called Quetzal pictured

Culture a la Aztlán: Q&A with Quetzal

Brief interview with Chicano rock-band Quetzal regarding their newest album and their political activism.
Band plays at shanking reggae festival

Culture a la Aztlán: An interview with Casa de Calacas

An Interview with East L.A. band Casa de Calacas.
Panteon Rococo band members pose for a photo

Skanking Reggae festival preview

The festival aims to gather ska and reggae bands from different countries, making it a bilingual and musical experience.
Students used cans of compressed air to "clean the exterior walls of The Sundial"

Student demonstrations aim to make a statement

Communications students used controversial issues as inspiration for the performances
photo shows woman biking to work

Reducing carbon footprint effectively

Buying an electric car to reduce one's carbon footprint may not be the best idea to help the environment.

CSUN Homecoming returns, bringing alumni back together

After a 15 year absence, CSUN alumni revisited campus for this year's homecoming event full of exciting activites.
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