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Orange you for a good cause?

Rudy Morelos, accounting major, and about 20 others stood on ladders to pick the oranges from CSUN's Orange Grove along Nordhoff Street. "Food Forward...

Istanbul Adventures IX: Random Act of Kindness

It was nearly 10 p.m. I had gone to call on my multimedia teacher and his wife, at their apartment in Galata, seeking advice...

Istanbul Adventures VIII: Pride Parade

Protests in Istanbul are an almost weekly occurrence. Whether it’s student protests, Kurdish protests, or workers’ unions, the people in Istanbul are not afraid...

Istanbul Adventures VII: Redefining Home

I have lived in Los Angeles my entire life, but it has never felt like my home. I’ve never really felt like I belonged...

Istanbul Adventures VI: Call to Prayer

It was 5:32am, on my first morning in Istanbul, when I was awakened by the loud crackle of a speaker. My hotel room was...

Big bank fees have consumers looking at their options

>>Correction Nov. 7: The original article had some misinformation. Marnie Nemcoff’s title is vice president of marketing for Matadors Community Credit Union. The article...

Bank of America dumps debit card fees

Bank of America has abandoned a monthly $5 debit card fee, which was scheduled to begin in early 2012. The announcement came after competitors, namely...

Istanbul Adventures V: A Pantomime in Istanbul

Before I arrived in Istanbul, I had never done any sort of multimedia work. I am a photographer plain and simple. The idea of...

Escaping the wrong path with a passion for activism

  Daniel Santana-Hernandez, 22, grew up with the cards stacked against him, although he probably wouldn’t tell you that. Santana-Hernandez grew up in Lynwood, Calif., near...
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