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Need 2 Read: Wednesday Book Column

Kate Haggard April 27, 2016

Title: Milk and Honey Author: Rupi Kaur Genre: Poetry Pages: 194 $7.99 - $8.99 Related Reads: Anonymous, “Diary of an Oxygen Thief” Pleasefindthis, “I Wrote This For You” If you...

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Need 2 Read: Wednesday Book Column

Kate Haggard April 13, 2016

Title: All the Birds in the Sky Author: Charlie Jane Anders Genre: Science Fiction, Fantasy Pages: 316 $7.36 - $15.47 Related Reads: Sharon Guskin, “The Forgetting Time: A Novel” Ethan...

The geese were spotted on April 7. Photo courtesy of Julian Lozos, CSUN assistant professor of geophysics.

Geese on the attack, angry birds block building doors

Kate Haggard April 12, 2016

Beware of geese running wild, attacking and patrolling the doorway of the Live Oak Hall. The infamous CSUN squirrels have new competitors for spare French fries and chips this month. But you may not...

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Need 2 Read: Wednesday Book Column

Kate Haggard April 6, 2016

Title: Asking For It Author: Louise O’Neill Pages: 346 Price: $9.99-$10.74 Related reads: Louise O’Neill's “Only Ever Yours”; Mona Awad's “13 Ways of Looking at a Fat Girl” For...

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Need 2 Read: Wednesday Book Column

Kate Haggard March 30, 2016

Title: “Modern Romance”Author(s): Aziz Ansari, Eric Klinenberg Genre: Nonfiction, Humor, Romance 277 pages $11.00 - $28.95 Related Reads: Mindy Kaling: “Is Everyone Hanging Out Without...

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Students to explore career options at Majors Fair

Kate Haggard March 15, 2016

Students who are interested in learning more about undergraduate majors and minors can attend CSUN’s Majors Fair 2016 on Wed., March 30 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at Matador Square.Hector Carrillo,...

Hamad Alijasmi, an electrical engineering major, studies at school in front of Bayramian Hall on Tuesday, January 26.

CSUN students share advice, campus events to help conquer senioritis

Kate Haggard February 15, 2016

Symptoms of senioritis tend to flare up when students hit their the last semester of school and the start of life in the real world grows near.The decline in motivation, lack of sleep, wearing sweatpants...

The moderators for the question and answer portion of the Hollywood Shuffle screening on Monday, Feb. 8. Frances Gateward, from left, CSUNs option head for media theory and criticism, Sylvia Macauley, department chair and professor of the Africana studies and Robert Townsend, producer, director, co-writer and actor in Hollywood Shuffle.

Director Robert Townsend talks Hollywood film stereotypes

Kate Haggard February 9, 2016

American film director, actor, comedian and writer Robert Townsend has dedicated more than three decades to producing and making quality motion pictures.A free screening of Townsend’s “Hollywood...

Saray Aparicio, an undecided freshman, walks through campus with cucumber, lemon and ginger infused water, one of her favorite combinations for the popular drink! (The Sundial)

Students share their favorite infused water flavors

Kate Haggard February 9, 2016

Compared to a fizzy soda or tangy fruit juice, water can be a bit bland. But add some vibrant fruits, vegetables and herbs, and you get a healthy drink that looks and tastes good.Saray Aparicio, an undecided...

The panel of guests at the documentary screening of Briding the Divide on Monday, Feb. 1. From left: Lorraine Bradley (Tom Bradleys daughter), Alison Sotamyer (producer), Lyn Goldfarb (producer), Kent Kirkton (director of the Tom & Ethel Bradley Foundation at CSUN).

Tom Bradley’s documentary kickstarts black history month at CSUN

Kate Haggard February 2, 2016

A viewing of "Bridging The Divide," a documentary featuring former Los Angeles mayor Tom Bradley, was shown in the Armer Theater at CSUN. The event was one of the first to be held on campus to kickstart...

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