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Four-year-old gospel festival gains momentum

Jeffrey Holmes

April 14, 2009

While some students officially began their spring break, many dancers, actors, singers and musicians were jammin' at Jamfest 7. 'This year we decided to go more toward the CSUN students,' said Devon Johnson, president of Hope Fellowship and member of the Mu Lambda Psi Christian Fraternity. 'We do ev...

Congress to stimulate CSUN

Jeffrey Holmes

March 18, 2009

Looks like teachers will be students again. Yesterday, Congressman Brad Sherman announced that Congress has approved $570,000 in federal appropriations funding for two programs in California. One program will train teaching professionals in new techniques and the other will introduce children to the pe...

Voters discuss experiences

Jeffrey Holmes

November 5, 2008

CSUN students lined up at the Satellite Student Union and United Methodist Church to vote for president of the United States. Constituents near CSUN voted at United Methodist Church on Reseda. 'I knew what I was going in there for'hellip; It was easy, I read all the measures,' said Joey James, junior at...

Women?s rights groups raise awareness on props 4 ‘ 8

Jeffrey Holmes

October 29, 2008

With the election a week away, among the most discussed measures in California are Prop. 4 and 8. Prop. 4 calls for unemancipated minors who want an abortion to notify their parents, legal guardian or family member. 'It would amend the Constitution, take away women's right to access safe, legal, con...

Members of CSUN?s first fraternity relive memories

Jeffrey Holmes

October 7, 2008

The members of CSUN's first fraternity, Kappa Delta Psi reunited as part of the university's 50th university celebration. The fraternity was formed in 1957 when the university was still San Fernando Valley State College. The founding fathers were Fred Lane, Dick Lane, Jack Yost, Bob Schultz, Larry Ber...

Organizations Unite for End-Dependence Day

Jeffrey Holmes

September 24, 2008

Dancers, poets, and speakers joined together for the annual End-Dependence Day event held at The Chicano House on Sept. 19 in an effort to share culture and discuss issues affecting ethnic communities. Organizations such as MEChA, and the Central American United Students Association were present at the ev...

Panel discusses Constitution and electoral process

Jeffrey Holmes

September 17, 2008

CSUN held an event in the Grand Salon discussing the Constitution on Saturday, Sept.13. The main topic was about what the Constitution says about the electoral process. 'Not much,' according to Dr. James Sefton, who is a history professor at CSUN. Sefton, along with Dr. John Evans, spoke on the Con...

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