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Artist of the Year: Scary Pool Party

Artist of the Year: Scary Pool Party

Johnathan Ramses

December 14, 2017

Every year for the past 21 years Five of Five Entertainment and California State University, Northridge, host a search for Artist of the Year and this year the winner is ScaryPoolParty.Alejandro Aranda created ScaryPoolParty after attending a party and ultimately deciding to become a musician. The Pomon...

15,000 scientists warn the world

15,000 scientists warn the world

Johnathan Ramses

November 29, 2017

In a report from more than 15,000 scientists from 184 different countries, including some scientists from California State University, Northridge, have agreed that humans are consuming the planet's resources at an incredible pace. Deforestation, increase of dead zones in the ocean and the extinction of...

Music group perseveres in order to be Artist of the Year

Music group perseveres in order to be Artist of the Year

Johnathan Ramses

November 13, 2017

It is the dream of many artists that come to Los Angeles to find fame and fortune. On Monday night four musical groups will compete for Five of Five Entertainment’s Artist of the Year. Winning would put them one step closer to achieving fame and fortune. Five of Five Entertainment, a student-r...

A symptom of increasing political polarization

A symptom of increasing political polarization

Johnathan Ramses

November 2, 2017

On Thursday night students, professors and community members crammed into Juniper Hall 1129 for a political debate between Atlas Society's, Jennifer Grossman, and, CSU Channel Islands', Dr. Michael Powelson.In true college fashion, free pizza was served and many that attended conversed with each other in...

Students team up with Coaching Corps to provide athletics programs to under served kids

Students team up with Coaching Corps to provide athletics programs to under served kids

Johnathan Ramses

October 28, 2017

CSUN students returned this semester not just as students but also as coaches. These students are coaches through the non-profit organization, Coaching Corps. This organization originally began as Team-Up for Youth in the Bay Area. In 2002 however, the foundations that created Team-Up for Youth saw...

CSUN students participate in annual ALS walk

CSUN students participate in annual ALS walk

Johnathan Ramses

October 16, 2017

It was 7 a.m. on a Sunday morning, when people began to arrive at Los Angeles Exposition Park for the yearly ALS Los Angeles County Walk organized by the ALS Association. Tents were set up, along with booths by a group of volunteers that come together every year in order to raise money to find a cure. The ALS Assoc...

A.S. and CSUN reel from State Investigations

A.S. and CSUN reel from State Investigations

Johnathan Ramses

October 9, 2017

California State University, Northridge, and A.S. work together once a year to put on Big Show. As one of the biggest events of the year it requires a budget of $150,000 and hundreds of hours work by students and administrators. This event attracts some of the world's biggest performers such as Dillon Fr...

The Big One: Is CSUN ready for it?

The Big One: Is CSUN ready for it?

Johnathan Ramses

September 14, 2017

The residents of California constantly hear about the "The Big One," which is the massive earthquake that is destined to occur on the San Andreas Fault, which is why CSUN and the California State University system have made such preparations for "The Big One." In January 17, 1994, California State...

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