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Weekly Picks 5/10 – 5/17

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Jacob Pascua

May 10, 2018

Thursday, May 10Khalid @ the Greek Theatre7:30 p.m.$70 general admission (plus fees)Greek Theatre2700 N Vermont Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90027Known for his soulful and alluring vocals, Khalid takes the stage at the Greek Theatre in his second night performing in L.A. The young r&b artist is stopping b...

Weekly Picks 4/25 – 5/4

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Jacob Pascua

April 24, 2018

Wednesday, April 25 Not an Ostrich: And Other Images from America’s Library 11 a.m. FREE Annenberg Space for Photography 2000 Avenue of the Stars #10, Los Angeles 90067 This exhibit will display photography curator Anne Wilkes Tucker’s collection of photos. The exhibition will span...

Student hosts open-mic night in dorm room

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Jacob Pascua

April 12, 2018

The first floor of Carrageen Hall erupted with the sound of poetry, hip-hop and the voices of students Monday night. From inside the walls of a humble dorm room, 19-year-old Alex Uribe hosted his own open mic and art gallery event to give students the opportunity to showcase their expressions in different...

Ntagu and Merida elected A.S. President and VP

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Jacob Pascua

April 5, 2018

Thunderous applause filled the Thousand Oaks room Thursday night as Beverly Ntagu and Rose Merida of Matador Movement were announced as the new heads of administration for the upcoming academic year. After months of fierce campaigns, debate and outreach, this year’s A.S. elections concluded with...

Google guest speaker introduces new cloud platform to CSUN students

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Jacob Pascua

April 3, 2018

Josh Gwyther, the west coast’s Head of Customer Engineering for Google Cloud, spoke to students about their developing database platform.   Gwyther has worked for Google over two years, approaching clients to run applications on the platform. According to Gwyther, Google Cloud is a data...

Community comes together for March for Our Lives rally on Oviatt

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Jacob Pascua

March 27, 2018

Seventeen students from Northridge Academy High School stood on the steps of the Oviatt Library holding signs with each victim’s name and age of the Parkland Florida shooting. Demonstrators dressed in red and held signs reading “Enough is enough” and “How many more?” dissenting the nation’s...

Student demonstration denounces campus police’s reaction to gun threat

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Jacob Pascua

February 28, 2018

Students dressed in red and white, fervently chanted “My life is not a hoax” and “Open and operational” in a staged performance in front of the Oviatt library on Monday. The class of COMS 401, performance and social change, expressed their discontent with how campus police managed the false gun threat on Feb. 16. The students criticized CSUN for the lack of communication as students panicked when they ...

BUILD PODER: Equity through research

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Jacob Pascua

February 21, 2018

Through the lens of a diverse research force, BUILD PODER is an undergraduate biomedical research program for students within two to three years of graduating. The program supports over 130 students at CSUN and four affiliated community colleges: Los Angeles Valley College, Pierce College, East Los Angeles...

A look into the mind of Chӕ

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Jacob Pascua

February 14, 2018

Up-and-coming artist and first-year CSUN graduate student Chelsea De Silva has her eyes set on breaking traditional molds for women through her thoughtful lyrics and alluring vocals.De Silva brings her messages of self-acceptance and equality through her music. Her songs mix the R&B, Soul and Elect...

Students given fresher dining alternatives on-campus

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Jacob Pascua

February 7, 2018

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]The Farmers Market at CSUN made its return this Tuesday providing students with the choice to buy local, organic produce or freshly prepared meals from smaller, independently-owned businesses. Students and faculty crowded around near the USU to browse vendors selling...

Student by day, DJ by night

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Jacob Pascua

February 5, 2018

CSUN student and Business Marketing major, Taylor Takenaka leads two different lives as a college student and an electronic music producer.When it’s time to go on stage, the third-year from Santa Clarita takes up his DJ name: Hodge Podge. When the set begins, it becomes difficult for the audie...

Arcade’s grand opening takes Northridge back to the past

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Jacob Pascua

January 31, 2018

There was a line of people outside of the door on Reseda Boulevard, anticipating their turn to play their favorite titles from the '80s and '90s. Each group had a designated time slot for the grand opening of Neon Retro Arcade on Friday, however, the thought of reliving childhood memories through so...

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