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Science professor Duane Doty given mentoring award

Kantreal Daniels December 14, 2006

This year's Don Dorsey Excellence in Mentoring Award was given to CSUN physics and astronomy professor Duane Doty because of the positive impact he has had on students during his 40-year career at CSUN....

CSUN second in U.S. for hosting foreign students

Kantreal Daniels December 11, 2006

The increased enrollment of international students has placed CSUN in "second place among U.S. master's level institutions hosting students from foreign countries," according to an Open Door 2006 annual...

Music therapy helps the distressed

Kantreal Daniels December 6, 2006

Music therapy, a course offered at CSUN, helps people who have suffered from physical, emotional and intellectual distress. The Musical Therapy Wellness Clinic has four therapists brought to the CSUN...

Desert world explored

Kantreal Daniels November 22, 2006

The California State University system has developed a program that allows students to participate in the examination of the desert environment. The 30-year-old Desert Studies Center, which covers 1,280...

Debate continues on laptops vs. desktops

Kantreal Daniels November 22, 2006

It seems as though desktop computers, which have been in production since the 1980s, are becoming a thing of the past. "I see more people coming in the store and buying laptop computers vs. desktop computers,"...

Pow wow raises awareness of Native American veterans

Kantreal Daniels November 16, 2006

The American Indian Student Association at CSUN honored Indigenous Awareness Month by having a pow wow during Veteran's Day weekend, about two weeks after Lt. Gov. Cruz Bustamante announced that November...

Ageism grows as Boomers retire

Kantreal Daniels November 13, 2006

Ageism is a little known phenomenon that is becoming more of an issue as baby boomers grow older experts say. Those same experts state that though elderly are a rapidly growing segment of the population,...

CSUN Model United Nations delegates win big

Kantreal Daniels November 6, 2006

CSUN's Model United Nations delegates took home nine out of 17 awards at this year's California Model United Nations conference Oct. 21. The Pan American Model United Nations hosted the California Model...

Solicitors allowed only in some CSUN areas

Kantreal Daniels October 24, 2006

Walking to the Matador Bookstore to go to Freudian Sip can sometimes be annoying when people are standing in your way trying to get you to join this or donate money for that. Sometimes, walking to class...

New lecture series set to debut Monday

Kantreal Daniels October 19, 2006

The University Student Union Plaza del Sol Performance Hall will hold the first lecture of the "Speak Your Mind" series, a platform for speakers to come to the university and address national and global...

Club spreads awareness of Ramadan

Kantreal Daniels October 3, 2006

When the sun sets after a full day of fasting, members of the Muslim community break the fast with Iftar. From 5:20 a.m. to 6:50 p.m., those who participate in the month of Ramadan are fasting not only...

Plant to be finished by year’s end

Kantreal Daniels September 20, 2006

Construction on a new fuel cell power plant at CSUN is scheduled for completion by December 2006, said Tim Brown, director of Physical Plant Management. The production of the 1-megawatt power plant began...

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