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Breaking Bi Talk Poses Questions About Our Binary System

Macie Bennett

November 19, 2014

Bi can mean so much more than just a sexual orientation, it is a whole world of terms in existence to label society into a binary box. This is just one concept being challenged in one of many talks held during Trans Awareness Week. An intimate audience gathered to hear Orion Block, CSUN Pride Center...

Brasil guitar duo fascinates VPAC

Brasil guitar duo fascinates VPAC

Macie Bennett

October 20, 2014

Joao Luiz and Douglas Lora of The Brasil Guitar Duo encompassed all that is the classical genre, but with a slight latin flare during their set at the Valley Performing Arts Center (VPAC) Thursday. This incredibly talented duo, a 2006 winner of the Concert Artists Guild International Competiti...

CSUN music majors break into the industry

CSUN music majors break into the industry

Macie Bennett

October 9, 2014

CSUN music majors are more than just high school band teachers and rock band guitarists. They are successful musicians, engineers, performers and producers. Records by well-known artists line the walls of Cypress Hall illustrating the success of the department over the years. With an experience...

Chinese acrobat team light up the VPAC stage

Chinese acrobat team light up the VPAC stage

Macie Bennett

September 29, 2014

  The lights dimmed and triumphant music began as the performers from The National Acrobats of the People’s Republic of China joined the VPAC stage to perform Cirque Peking. The company was founded in 1951 and has since featured famous acts such as plate-spinning, juggling, contorti...

Student run ROAR literary magazine addresses feminist values

Student run ROAR literary magazine addresses feminist values

Macie Bennett

September 29, 2014

The student run Sundial newspaper and Scene magazine are no longer the only publications making their mark at CSUN.  This year the Women’s Research and Resource Center in the Department of Gender and Women’s Studies will be producing ROAR. ROAR is a literary publication created by students for stu...

Western-themed Matador Nights offers music, dancing, reaches capacity

Western-themed Matador Nights offers music, dancing, reaches capacity

Macie Bennett

September 6, 2014

Correction: An earlier version of this article had Toyota as the sponsor of the event and the games taking place in the Plaza del Sol. The current article has been corrected to reflect the changes. Students packed the University Student Union on Friday for Matador Nights. The free event was sold out...

House of Blues scheduled for demolition

House of Blues scheduled for demolition

Macie Bennett

September 3, 2014

  The Hollywood House of Blues, the iconic venue and home to many bands, musicians and entertainers, is reported to close and will be replaced with a hotel development. Pre-construction and demolition is scheduled to begin toward the end of 2015. This 1500 capacity venue opened in 1994 a...

“Sparks” fly on Imogen Heap’s fourth studio album

“Sparks” fly on Imogen Heap’s fourth studio album

Macie Bennett

August 28, 2014

British singer- songwriter Imogen Heap celebrates this year with her summer release of Sparks, her fourth studio album. Heap is well known in the electronica-ambient scene dating back to 2005 with her hit “Hide and Seek,” which topped both British and American charts. Heap has also won award...

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