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CSUN students honored with Rosebud awards at CSU Media Arts Festival

Katie Donahue

December 6, 2010

Eight CSUN students took home honors at the annual California State University (CSU) Media Arts Festival in early November. The festival, which took place at CSU Fullerton Nov. 6, recognizes the work of students in media arts programs throughout the CSU system. Jamie Yukich, a senior film product...

CSUN alumni share documentary at Cinematheque Theater

Katie Donahue

November 21, 2010

Two CSUN alumni presented their documentary films Friday night in the CSUN Cinematheque. Kate Ryan and Paul Laverack are both 2007 graduates of the Cinema and Television Arts (CTVA) program. Laverack’s documentary, “Survive the Night,” chronicled the experience of CSUN students as they spe...

Voter turnout high for day one of A.S. elections

Katie Donahue

November 10, 2010

A.S. kicked off its two-day election Tuesday morning with a higher-than-expected voter turnout. As of 8 p.m. Tuesday, 1,133 students had voted in the election, said Dan Monteleone, A.S. assistant director of elections. “It’s way over our expectations,” said Raunika Nayyar, A.S. director of elections. The campus voting booths are open fr...

Renowned classical guitarists come to CSUN

Katie Donahue

November 9, 2010

The Assad Brothers are known for their versatile musical ability and they will bring classical guitar to CSUN Nov. 13. The Assads play larger works by composers who are not traditionally played on the guitar, such as Gershwin and Bach, said Steven Thadchuk, chairof the guitar department. “I enjoy...

CSUN students to travel, volunteer in Costa Rica next summer

Katie Donahue

November 8, 2010

Two CSUN students will spend part of their summer on a volunteer program in Costa Rica. Sandra Lomenick and Ruby Chu will participate in the four-week International Student Volunteers (ISV) program beginning in June. The ISV has been operating volunteer programs since the early 1980s, said Simon...

Luna Negra Dance Theater brings Latin talent to CSUN

Katie Donahue

November 3, 2010

The Luna Negra Dance Theater is bringing contemporary dance to CSUN. Veronica Guadalupe, dancer and rehearsal director, said the mission of the Chicago-based company is to promote Latino and Hispanic choreographers. “We might not always use music that’s of Latin origin but all of our choreographers...

CSUNFlowers preschool program curriculum focuses on early development communication skills

CSUNFlowers preschool program curriculum focuses on early development communication skills

Katie Donahue

October 25, 2010

Tucked away in a brick building near the Orange Grove, a group of toddlers sit in a circle and begin the day by singing songs. They are part of the CSUNFlowers preschool program, which is run by CSUN’s Speech, Language, and Hearing Center. They meet Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:30 a.m. to 11 a.m in Monterey Hall. The program is language ba...

Marilyn Magaram Center uses Moodle to promote nutrition and community events

Katie Donahue

October 25, 2010

It is now easier for students to learn about upcoming events at CSUN’s Marilyn Magaram Center. The center has established a Moodle website to keep in contact with students and Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program participants, said Jenna Jackson, project manager for the center. The Marilyn...

Students bring autism awareness through art

Katie Donahue

October 19, 2010

Autism awareness was brought to the CSUN campus Tuesday with an art walk held under Sierra Tower. “Art for Change” was held by the United Sorority and Fraternity Council (USFC) and was part of a larger challenge from Unified We Serve, a volunteer program on campus. “We launched a chal...

“Romeo and Juliet” brings classic love story to CSUN with a twist

Katie Donahue

October 18, 2010

William Shakespeare’s classic play “Romeo and Juliet” is coming to CSUN with a twist on the familiar tale of family rivalry and young love. The Acting Company is bringing its national tour to campus Oct. 27 at the Plaza del Sol at 8 p.m. The production stays true to the original language but is...

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