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Roll over for Asahi sushi

Josselle Sison

May 5, 2009

The origin of sushi can be traced back to the 4th century BC in Southeast Asia as a means to preserve food. In Japanese culture it was a way to eat rice and fish together. What has always been an important part of Japanese culture has become a large part of our society's cuisine. With numerous places...

Take a break from studying and celebrate

Josselle Sison

May 4, 2009

Cinco de Mayo marks the victory of the Mexican Army over the French at the Battle of Puebla. While it's not an American holiday, people keep the tradition and still find reasons to celebrate. With finals about one week away, students may want to take a break from studying. Here are a few things to do...

Find the humor in bad days

Josselle Sison

April 13, 2009

There's an old saying that laughter is the best medicine. With that in mind, three men from France created FMyLife.com (FML), a Web site that lets people share with the online world the personal events that ruined their day. The purpose of the site is for users to vent about mishaps and then be able to...

Home of the alligator tacos

Josselle Sison

April 3, 2009

There are numerous places around CSUN to get Mexican food. There are taco trucks scattered around the various streets surrounding campus, Del Tacos down either side of Reseda Boulevard, students can even get tacos at Jack in the Box. But aside from the traditional ground beef hard-shell tacos, or the f...

Take a stand for hot dogs

Josselle Sison

March 3, 2009

Hot dog lovers know great hot dogs are more than sausages on a bun, and the people at The Stand work to satisfy these customers. The Stand, a modern-day replica of the classic 50s diner, serves traditional American burgers, sandwiches and hot dogs with all the trimmings. With special deals like $1 D...

A taste of Argentina

Josselle Sison

January 19, 2009

With its brick walled interior, richly colored brown booths, dark wooden tables and soft lighting, diners don't need to travel far to feast on Argentinean cuisine and get the Buenos Aires experience. Buenos Aires Grill, which opened in March 2002, is located just off of Nordhoff Street on Corbin Avenue. T...

Candy Cane Lane thrives on tradition

Josselle Sison

January 12, 2009

During the holiday season, in what is normally a small and quiet suburban neighborhood of Woodland Hills, a transformation takes place. What started as a tradition over fifty years ago has become a seasonal San Fernando Valley destination. Numerous residents decorate their houses and yards with Chri...

Man Turns into Scotsman…. Jorge?

Josselle Sison

January 12, 2009

CSUN's Model United Nations (MUN) team at traveled to the city of Xian in China over the Thanksgiving weekend to participate in the International Model United Nations Conference. During a 10-day period, five student delegates from the MUN team represented the country of Kazakhstan on issues of global...

Candy Cane Lane Thrives On Tradition – Jon P

Josselle Sison

January 12, 2009

During the holiday season, in what is normally a small and quiet suburban neighborhood of Woodland Hills, a transformation takes place. What started as a tradition over fifty years ago has become a seasonal San Fernando Valley destination. Numerous residents decorate their houses and yards with Chri...

Candy Cane Lane thrives on tradition

Josselle Sison

December 10, 2008

During the holiday season, in what is normally a small and quiet suburban neighborhood of Woodland Hills, a transformation takes place. What started as a tradition over fifty years ago has become a seasonal San Fernando Valley destination. Numerous residents decorate their houses and yards with Chri...

Model United Nations team competes in China

Josselle Sison

December 10, 2008

CSUN's Model United Nations (MUN) team at traveled to the city of Xian in China over the Thanksgiving weekend to participate in the International Model United Nations Conference. During a 10-day period, five student delegates from the MUN team represented the country of Kazakhstan on issues of global...

Duke?s Malibu is a dining paradise

Josselle Sison

December 8, 2008

Drive down Pacific Coast' ' Highway with the windows down, the music up, the wind in your hair, and come to a final stop at Duke's in Malibu. Located at the water's edge, Duke's in Malibu was created in honor of Duke Kahanamoku, a famous Hawaiian surfer, Olympic gold medalist and actor. The theme of ...

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