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Ke$ha’s new album ‘Warrior’ is a party soundtrack

Luis Campos December 4, 2012

Only three years have passed since individuals were first introduced to Ke$ha’s No. 1 single “Tik Tok,” which ruled the radio in 2010. The San Fernando Valley native, who “was actually born in...

Sticks, stones and words can break your spirit

Luis Campos October 21, 2012

I was 3 years old when I was first made fun of by a teacher and my classmates. I wanted to use the pink crayon over the blue crayon, and my preschool teacher told the class her thoughts on gender identity....

Ellie Gouldings Halcyon brings calm before the storm

Ellie Goulding’s ‘Halcyon’ brings calm before the storm

Luis Campos October 10, 2012

Ellie Goulding’s groundbreaking single “Lights,” from her debut album of the same name, peaked at No. 2 in the Billboard Hot 100 in 2010. The song was driven by electro-pop beats and allowed fans...

Meet the swap meets

Meet the swap meets

Luis Campos October 3, 2012

At some point in our college life, CSUN students come across the path of wanting to purchase the latest fashion trend without having to be reported to ChexSystems. But setting a foot on swap meet territory...

Tuning into TV apps

Luis Campos September 26, 2012

Looking to enhance your TV viewing pleasure? Well, there are apps for CSUN students to view them on a second screen. And, they might even give you free gifts by watching them on a cell phone or tablet. Viggle...

No Doubt will ‘Push and Shove’ their way on top

No Doubt will ‘Push and Shove’ their way on top

Luis Campos September 24, 2012

No Doubt fans have been waiting for the band's sixth studio album impatiently for the past 11 years. In the decade after releasing "Rock Steady," the band members pursued a few solo projects like Gwen...

Pop Culture Opinion: Lady Gaga launches recycled art

Pop Culture Opinion: Lady Gaga launches recycled art

Luis Campos September 24, 2012

Once upon a time, there was a New York City girl who dreamt of becoming a modern day pop star. She would grow up to briefly attend New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts to create an...

Is homophobia fading in hip hop and rap?

Is homophobia fading in hip hop and rap?

Luis Campos September 9, 2012

After Frank Ocean’s brave decision to introduce himself to the world as a bisexual man, the hip hop community appears to have taken a new shift on their views on sexuality. The world of urban music has...

Sovereign beats for a back to school playlist

Luis Campos August 29, 2012

From R&B to Pop, these impulsive songs will command your playlist. Perhaps Lana Del Rey was your "National Anthem", Gotye was "Somebody That (You) Used to Know" and Britney Spears continues...

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