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Hashish Punk, a trio of do-it-yourself musicians

Liana Aghajanian May 1, 2007

With their unique sound, energetic personalities and international appeal, Hashish Punk, hailing from Argentina, are trying to earn their place in the music industry. Performing in English, Spanish and...

Armenians need to move beyond genocide, open dialogue

Liana Aghajanian April 26, 2007

Ninety-two years ago, 1.5 million Armenians were slaughtered in cold blood by the Ottoman Empire. Ninety-two years after the fact, we still struggle to have it recognized by not only the world, but by...

Chocolate industry gears up for Valentine’s Day

Liana Aghajanian February 7, 2007

With its rich creamy texture, irresistible flavor and lingering aroma, it's no wonder chocolate was once considered "the food of the gods." Chocolate, or cacao, from which chocolate is derived, has captivated...

Their great odyssey

Liana Aghajanian January 31, 2007

God Grew Tired of Us" is a heartbreaking and heartwarming documentary that chronicles the story of three Sudanese refugees who have been displaced from their country due to a bloody civil war and resettled...

Magic more popular than ever due to current culture

Liana Aghajanian December 15, 2006

Originally Published November 9, 2006 Mention magic to a typical college student and they are bound to think of one of two things: David Blaine or the more recent magician who has been making headlines,...

Damien Rice’s sophomore album ‘9’ delivers

Liana Aghajanian December 14, 2006

Irish songwriter Damien Rice's sophomore album "9" is an emotional, ballad-filled record with substantial tracks that do not disappoint. Other tracks, thoughs, with their perplexed lyrics and awkward pauses,...

‘Off the Black’ examines the role of friendship

Liana Aghajanian December 14, 2006

Off the Black, a coming of age story about a disheveled and disillusioned high school umpire who forms an unlikely friendship with a teenager who is coping with his own distant father, is in the long term...

Professor’s travels in Iraq with Chuck Norris

Liana Aghajanian November 29, 2006

When public relations professor Jeffrey Duclos went on a five-day United Service Organizations tour that took him all across Iraq, he encountered a country constantly brewing with violence, risky and sometimes...

‘Cautiva’ explores the ‘Dirty War’ of Argentina

Liana Aghajanian November 22, 2006

While Argentina is consumed by celebration after winning the World Cup on June 25, 1978, a girl is born to a mother who will never see her daughter again, as she becomes one of the thousands known as the...

Magic more popular than ever due to current culture

Liana Aghajanian November 9, 2006

Mention magic to a typical college student and they are bound to think of one of two things: David Blaine or the more recent magician who has been making headlines, Criss Angel. If their knowledge of magic...

Retired professor still advises CSUN pre-medical students

Liana Aghajanian November 1, 2006

Few people on campus remember the inception of CSUN as well as pre-med advisor Daisy Kuhn. This is due to the fact that Kuhn has seen this campus go through many changes, from only one permanent building...

New film shows fight for freedom

Liana Aghajanian October 26, 2006

Through the shackles of Apartheid that gripped South Africa and its people for over 40 years comes the true story of Patrick Chamusso, an accidental freedom fighter. Chamusso is caught between his life...

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