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‘Satellites’ demonstrates racial identitiy and trust

Satellites, a play written by Diana Son puts the lack of racial identity into the culturally diverse New York, showing viewers how racial stereotyping ...

Second annual Party in Pink Zumbathon! event

Story by Christina Cocca The second annual “Party in Pink: Zumbathon!” welcomed 200 CSUN students, alumni, faculty and staff Thursday to raise money and awareness...

A.S. hosts ‘We the People’ to bring politics to students

Associated Students registered more than 100 new voters at their “We The People” event on Oct. 4 to inform students with a variety of...

CSUN celebrates grand opening of its new Pride Center

Story by Jennifer Luxton After two years of student activism and planning, CSUN's LGBTQ community has a new home. The USU celebrated the grand opening of...

Reality Check: ‘Community’ knows college life

With the new Fall TV lineup about to begin, surprisingly NBC’s “Community” is the only show on the air dealing with college students. It begs...

‘Homeland’ and ‘Modern Family’ win big at Emmy Awards

The 64th Primetime Emmy awards hosted by Jimmy Kimmel was a blur overall, but with the help of a few TV favorites the show...

Sexism in the media: Actress Kristen Stewart gained more scrutiny for...

Another Hollywood cheating massacre occurred over this summer, leaving two couples with broken hearts and a million Twilight fans crying their wet n’ wild...

Asphalt Orchestra marches to their own beat at VPAC

Unlike most orchestra’s, the New York based Asphalt Orchestra is a collaboration between leaping choreography and visualizing music that engulfs the audience with a...

Rizal atbp. is more than entertainment, its a lesson

The AngLahi Challenge presented Rizal, atbp, an emotional spirited learning experience about the past and present pride of the filipino culture at the VPAC...

Asphalt Orchestra to perform at VPAC, free of charge

The Valley Performing Arts Center is providing CSUN students a chance to see Asphalt Orchestra perform on Sept. 13 at 8 p.m. for free....

Matador Nights was magical for those in attendance

  Matador Nights out did themselves with musical guests Kreayshawn, Baby Bash and Far East Movement on Friday, Sept. 7. Students filled the USU square to...

USU hosts Craft Corners and Noontime Concerts

The University Student Union kicked off the beginning of the fall semester with Craft Corners and Noontime Concerts. The first event was held on...
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