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Weekly Picks: Pasadena Art Night, Downtown Bookfest, George Takei exhibit

Weekly Picks: Pasadena Art Night, Downtown Bookfest, George Takei exhibit

Joanna Rosales

March 7, 2017

Wednesday 3/08 25th Annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design Come to the FIDM Museum and Library to celebrate the showcasing excellence in film costume design. This year they are celebrating their 25th year anniversary. The exhibit displays costumes from movies of 2016. Free 10 a.m. to...

Net neutrality may affect internet service customers

Net neutrality may affect internet service customers

Joanna Rosales

March 6, 2017

President Donald Trump’s pick to lead the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), Ajit Pai, has targeted net neutrality and its rules, which may aid internet service providers (ISPs) to discriminate data. According to Gina Giotta, a communication studies professor at CSUN, net neutrality is a sys...

Veterans Resource Center to celebrate Women’s Military History Week

Veterans Resource Center to celebrate Women’s Military History Week

Joanna Rosales

March 6, 2017

The Veterans Resource Center (VRC) will be holding their annual Women’s Military History Week, March 11 to March 16. In honor of Women's History Month, the VRC is celebrating Women's Military History Week to acknowledge women who have taken roles in the armed forces. There will be four events ...

How cheating and distrust impacts relationships

How cheating and distrust impacts relationships

Joanna Rosales

March 6, 2017

There are a number of reasons why couples decide to cheat on each other including distrust, compulsiveness and peer pressure. Stanley Charnofsky, who teaches educational psychology and counseling, said unhappiness is the main cause. “They’re unhappy with something. I mean people think it’s sexual,...

Students learn about body image and eating disorders from JADE

Students learn about body image and eating disorders from JADE

Joanna Rosales

February 22, 2017

Angie Aguilar, the graduate student coordinator for Joint Advocates on Disordered Eating. spoke with students about eating disorders, body image, and diets, at a workshop on Wednesday morning. This workshop was part of National Eating Disorders Awareness Week. During the event, Aguilar covered topics ...

Weekly Staff Picks: Code from scratch, Business Martketing, Pixar Exhibition, and more

Weekly Staff Picks: Code from scratch, Business Martketing, Pixar Exhibition, and more

Joanna Rosales

February 21, 2017

Thursday 2/23Code From Scratch: Build a To-Do AppLearn coding and how to build an app for beginners. Prior knowledge about the subject is not required.6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.Free6060 Center Drive #950Los Angeles, CA 90045Friday 2/24Monthly Marketing Morning: 23 (mostly) Inexpensive Ways to Market Your...

CSUN makes room for new research building

CSUN makes room for new research building

Joanna Rosales

February 16, 2017

A new building is being built on Plummer Street next to Sagebrush Hall and it will be the first dedicated to research. According to Crist Khachikian, associate vice president of Research and Graduate Studies, the building will primarily be for material science and health disparities research. “Two years ago we did...

Students do taxes for those with low-income

Students do taxes for those with low-income

Joanna Rosales

February 7, 2017

CSUN's Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Clinic is now offering free tax services for those with low-income. Rafi Efrat, the Bookstein Chair in Taxation and Director of the CSUN VITA Clinic, said the clinic was the first one of its kind. The clinic was created in 1970 at CSUN, but now there ...

University counseling aims to reduce wait time

University counseling aims to reduce wait time

Joanna Rosales

February 3, 2017

The University Counseling Services (UCS) is working toward minimizing the wait list for students seeking counseling. Julie Pearce, acting director and coordinator of training for the UCS said every student gets up to eight free individual counseling sessions. However, with more than 40,000 students ...

The Independent Greek Council has become popular amongst the Greek systems

The Independent Greek Council has become popular amongst the Greek systems

Joanna Rosales

January 18, 2017

More fraternities have joined the Independent Greek Council (IGC) since it was implemented at CSUN just last year. Jeremy Vargas, the president of Omega Phi, said the fraternity was not a part of any council until the IGC was founded."We were actually instructed to join a council. We didn't have much of...

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