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Question of the Day: Do you think designer brands partnering with...

Versace recently announced over the summer that they will be partnering with H&M, while Vera Wang and Kohl’s have agreed to a partnership as...

Los Angeles mural regulations may be loosening soon

Rules governing murals in Los Angeles could be loosened now that L.A. City Council members voted in favor of revising the law last month. The...

Wireless companies warn users of charges

Cellphone users may want to think before ignoring unknown phone numbers; it might be their wireless carrier saving them money. Wireless cellphone companies have agreed...

Flexible thinking for bilingual babies

Correction: The spelling of Mrs. Cholakian's last name was spelled incorrectly in both the print and online versions of this story. The ability to check...

Over 300 CSUN students participate in AIDS Walk Los Angeles

Clarification 10/18: The original article lacked context of Shanique Cruther's comment as to why toothpaste was the required donation for the bus ride.  AIDS/HIV...

CSUN mechanical engineers gear up green machine for competition

The physical activity needed to go green does not only involve lifting your arm to the recycling bin anymore. CSUN mechanical engineering students will present...

Emergency alerts delayed for some students, faculty and parents

Emergency alerts warning students, faculty and parents of a possible gunman on campus last Tuesday were sent around 11:45 a.m., over an hour after...

CSUN gunman alerts not quick enough

Timeliness played a large issue in the campus alerts sent out on Tuesday regarding a suspected gunman on campus. Just recently, in July, a gunman...

Social media keeps CSUN students informed about suspected gunman in Oviatt...

Social media played a key role in keeping the CSUN campus informed Tuesday as officials searched for a suspected gunman. English major Eduard Cabanban was...

$2 Million granted to Asian Bilingual Program

For the next five years, a $2 million grant will be portioned out to CSUN’s Asian Bilingual Teacher Education Program Consortium from the U.S....

CSUN’s 4-Year graduation rate too low

CSUN is labeled as a “four-year-university,” yet the majority of their students take longer than the advertised time to graduate. According to College Navigator, CSUN’s...

Question of the day: Are Laptops becoming a dying breed?

Are Laptops becoming a dying breed? With Apple starting a revolution in 2010, introducing the iPad, computer companies have begun joining the shift in technology,...
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