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Streaming vs. cable: should you cancel your cable and move to streaming?

Jennifer Luxton

September 11, 2013

As the weight of the semester starts to settle in, countless students will soon be faced with the age-old plight responsible for many last minute papers: do I start my homework now, or do I catch up on all that riveting television I’m behind on? While that decision is yours alone, another question may...

Doctor Who returns with a new gal

Doctor Who returns with a new gal

Jennifer Luxton

April 3, 2013

After a winter hiatus, the BBC’s “Doctor Who" is back on air and in the swing of things with the second half of its seventh season. In the seventh episode, “The Bells of Saint John,” suspicious WiFi accounts have come to plague the planet, pulling unsuspecting users into a digital purgat...

‘Adventure Time’ might not be the right show for kids

‘Adventure Time’ might not be the right show for kids

Jennifer Luxton

March 27, 2013

There used to be a time when, in college, if you told someone you watched a show about rainbow unicorns and candy princesses, you’d be stuffed in a locker and ostracized well-past graduation. Today, it makes you the coolest kid on the block. “Adventure Time,” a show about a boy and his...

Students learn about illiteracy in Central America

Jennifer Luxton

November 14, 2012

With all seats occupied and nearly half of the audience standing, the Gender Inequality and Literacy Campaign commanded full attention from CSUN students. A panel of faculty and guest lecturers discussed the issue of illiteracy in Central America and its effects on women, specifically among the Salvadorian...

CSUN celebrates the official grand opening of the Pride Center

CSUN celebrates the official grand opening of the Pride Center

Jennifer Luxton

September 27, 2012

  Updated with additional information and quotes. 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 r...

CSUN hosts discussion between congressional district candidates

Jennifer Luxton

April 30, 2012

Amid protestors, promoters and political junkies, the four leading candidates for California’s 30th congressional district seat discussed the debt crisis and the outlook for graduates in the VPAC Monday evening as part one of three of the A.S. Big Politics series. Moderated by Bill Handel, the d...

Hybrid cars, solar energy and water conservation are not the only solutions to the global warming crisis

Jennifer Luxton

April 22, 2012

It’s difficult to deny the fact that things are getting odd. To go from summer weather in the middle of January to looping bouts of chills in April is nowhere near ordinary. The dreaded “myth” of global warming appears to be becoming a reality, but the question is, have we attributed the crime...

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