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Helping and not helping: Salvatore A. Giunta, L.A. supervisors

Helping: Salvatore A. Giunta Staff Sgt. Salvatore A. Giunta is an exemplary model of helping.  He is the first living soldier since the Vietnam War...

Event to question violent acts against women, LGBT youth

What makes a man? This is the question that will be discussed at “Man Up! – The Culture of Violence and the Path Towards...

Colors of a Soprano – Maria Elena Altany

A multimedia personality profile of CSUN graduate student Maria Elena Altany who starred as Elizabeth “Baby Doe" Tabor in the CSUN production of ...

Students hit the polls for the Gubernatorial race

Pot and pollution were the issues that brought a record number of CSUN students to the polls Tuesday. Susan Levin, poll inspector at the Satellite...

Students solve crime at USU’s Murder Mystery Show and Dinner

A rock star named Shamu with green-spiked hair stumbled around the Grand Salon of the University Student Union shrieking in agony. He had a...

Vote Brown for governor

A Jesuit seminarian, a former governor, and a humanitarian ambassador all walk into a bar to discuss solving California’s problems.  A student of Zen...

Re-elect Boxer as senator of California

As the American public continues to voice their frustration with Washington, there is a temptation to channel that discontent into voting out incumbents, the...

Phenomenal Women Awards and Fundraiser honors local women for community activism

As CSUN professor Kathleen Young presented a 2010 Phenomenal Woman award to her mentor, Roberta Madison, she compared the achievements of the evening’s honorees...

CSUN singer portrays “Baby Doe,” a lonely widower in an infamous...

As a teenager in San Francisco, when Maria Elena Altany’s parents would go out for the night, she threw a party like no other...

Tips for making friends with new co-workers

Question: “I recently started a new job, and I want to make a good impression. However, I really feel left out. Not only am I...

With student voter apathy, organizations set up registration booths

When supplemental instruction leader Jocelyn Duarte asked her Central American Studies 113A class how many of the students were registered to vote, she...

Student activist speaks at Civil Discourse and Social Justice lecture

When Jonnae Thompson woke up on the morning of March 4, 2010, she didn’t know how, but she knew her life was about...
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