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Second annual Party in Pink Zumbathon! event

Second annual Party in Pink Zumbathon! event

Jacqueline Kalisch

October 5, 2012

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 for breast cancer research.The event held in the Matadome raised more than $2,100 and donated all proceeds from ticket sales to the ...

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

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

Jacqueline Kalisch

October 5, 2012

Associated Students registered more than 100 new voters at their “We The People” event on Oct. 4 to inform students with a variety of political parties and different propositions to learn from. A.S. made some changes from last year's “Big Politics” by bringing the political parties to the students as well as offering studen...

CSUN celebrates grand opening of its new Pride Center

CSUN celebrates grand opening of its new Pride Center

Jacqueline Kalisch

September 28, 2012

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 its Pride Center Thursday with a ribbon cutting ceremony, making it the first official location for LGBTQ resources on campus. The ceremony...

Reality Check: ‘Community’ knows college life

Reality Check: ‘Community’ knows college life

Jacqueline Kalisch

September 26, 2012

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 the question how did this happen? CW’s “Gossip Girl” formerly had its characters attending the top Ivy league colleges in New York but the storyline of this sizzled a...

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

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

Jacqueline Kalisch

September 24, 2012

The 64th Primetime Emmy awards hosted by Jimmy Kimmel was a blur overall, but with the help of a few TV favorites the show ended up having at least something funny to remember this year. The big winner of the night belonged to the new series “Homeland”. They took home outstanding drama ...

Sexism in the media: Actress Kristen Stewart gained more scrutiny for affair with director Rupert Sanders

Jacqueline Kalisch

September 18, 2012

Another Hollywood cheating massacre occurred over this summer, leaving two couples with broken hearts and a million Twilight fans crying their wet n’ wild eyeliner out. On July 24, the dreary news arrived of Kristen Stewart, 22, who played the second Snow White this year (the first being ...

Asphalt Orchestra marches to their own beat at VPAC

Asphalt Orchestra marches to their own beat at VPAC

Jacqueline Kalisch

September 15, 2012

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 personal approach. Asphalt Orchestra performed fourteen exhilarating songs Thurs. Sept. 13 at the Valley Performing Arts Cente...

Rizal atbp. is more than entertainment, its a lesson

Rizal atbp. is more than entertainment, its a lesson

Jacqueline Kalisch

September 10, 2012

The AngLahi Challenge presented Rizal, atbp, an emotional spirited learning experience about the past and present pride of the filipino culture at the VPAC saturday, Sept. 8. The story, characters and music all presented a deeper meaning to the audience. Teaching us we should be proud of our roots but...

Asphalt Orchestra to perform at VPAC, free of charge

Jacqueline Kalisch

September 9, 2012

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. Asphalt Orchestra is taking over the west coast with a tour starting with CSUN. Asphalt Orchestra is an avant-garde, unconventional, 12-piece marching band based in...

Matador Nights was magical for those in attendance

Matador Nights was magical for those in attendance

Jacqueline Kalisch

September 9, 2012

  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 its near capacity when Far East Movement stepped out onto the stage. The notable song “like a G6” took the students from Jafar to...

USU hosts Craft Corners and Noontime Concerts

USU hosts Craft Corners and Noontime Concerts

Jacqueline Kalisch

September 9, 2012

The University Student Union kicked off the beginning of the fall semester with Craft Corners and Noontime Concerts. The first event was held on Aug. 30 and they will continue to be held every Thursday from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the Plaza Del Sol. Week two featured teddy bear coin purses and indie...

President Harrison celebrates the opening of the new transit station on campus

Jacqueline Kalisch

August 30, 2012

President Dianne Harrison celebrated the opening of the transit station on Aug. 30. The new transit center embodies CSUN’s commitment to achieving and attaining a more sustainable campus. Harrison hopes for the new transit station to help improve access to cost effective public transportation for...

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