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CSUN tae kwon do fighters to compete in world university games

Juana Esquivel May 16, 2011

Two CSUN students have kicked their way into the Tae Kwon Do Collegiate World Championship. Alexander Ahlstrom and Stephon Westbrook are part of the Tae Kwon Do 2011 Collegiate National Team, which...

VPAC’s upcoming 2011-12 performance season aims for diversity

Juana Esquivel May 12, 2011

Diversity, extremely high quality and attempts to appeal to a broad population in the region were the driving factors behind the upcoming 2011-12 Valley Performing Arts Center (VPAC) season. Robert...

CSUN students encourages love of science in local middle school and high school students

Juana Esquivel April 27, 2011

CSUN’s future math and science teachers are reaching out to low-income schools in the community. Noyce Scholars, students with scholarships to teach math or science, are working to encourage middle...

Annual Record Store Day offers exclusive titles

Juana Esquivel April 14, 2011

Hey, did you know? Special vinyl, CD releases and exclusive promotional products will be up for grabs at participating record stores across the country as part of the Fourth Annual Record Store...

CSUN commemorates César Chávez with service fair

Juana Esquivel March 30, 2011

CSUN commemorated César Chávez Day with a keynote speech given by his granddaughter in the first annual César Chávez Service Fair. The event, which was co-hosted by Unified We Serve and the...

A.S. Outdoor Adventure program offers travel excursions throughout the semester

Juana Esquivel March 29, 2011

A battle between gravity and the human body ensues as Leticia Garcia attempts to balance herself on a log smack dab in the middle of the San Gabriel River. She manages to remain upright by gripping...

Dance performance at VPAC is visually stunning

Juana Esquivel March 28, 2011

With great flexibility, movement and an array of music, Aszure Barton and Artists left the audience of their VPAC show on Saturday mesmerized by their stunning modern dance performance. Aszure Barton,...

CSUN students in Japan will return home

Juana Esquivel March 20, 2011

The five CSUN students studying in Japan in the exchange program during the 8.9 earthquake that struck over a week ago will be returning to campus within the next week. In an email sent to all CSU presidents...

Behind the pen: a look at two of CSUN’s most recent novel writers

Juana Esquivel March 17, 2011

It seems as though writing a novel is on everyone’s bucket list. We all want to tell a story, whether it is the story of our lives or a fictional one. For CSUN alumna and former professor, Corie...

CSUN group raising funds for victims of the Japan earthquake

Juana Esquivel March 17, 2011

Relief efforts are underway for the victims of Friday’s 9.0 earthquake and tsunami in Japan through CSUN’s Japanese Student Association (JSA). JSA members stood along Matador Walk in front of...

Campus resources available for victims of violence

Juana Esquivel March 13, 2011

Sexual offenses on campus have decreased and remained steady since 2007, according to the Crime Awareness and Campus Security Report, also known as the Clery Report and information released by the...

CSUN hosts a cappella championships round

Juana Esquivel March 6, 2011

CSUN’s vocal performing group Acasola is going to the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella (ICCA) semifinals after winning second place at the tournament’s quarterfinals...

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