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  • November 23CORONAVIRUS DAILY UPDATE: 6,124 new cases, 8 dead in L.A. County

Cohabitation before marriage: Happily ever after or recipe for disaster?

Marina D. Sandoval May 1, 2011

As the saying goes, he won’t buy the cow if he can get the milk for free. Mothers and fathers have said this for years to caution their daughters from living together before marriage. Even in this day...

Best travel spots in California

Marina D. Sandoval March 29, 2011

Since California is surrounded by beautiful cities, mountains and beaches, any one of these locations can be a prime destination for spring break. Depending on your interest, here are five destinations...

CSUN selects new book for common reading program

Marina D. Sandoval March 15, 2011

Every year the Freshman Common Reading program chooses a book that will bring freshman together as part of the campus community, “The Glass Castle” by Jeannette Walls was chosen out of 13 other books...

CSUN students take stand for equal marriage

Marina D. Sandoval March 15, 2011

The gender and women’s studies student association (GWSSA) organized a photo shoot  on campus Tuesday to address the issue of marriage equality.  It was similar in concept to the NOH8 campaign,...

Proposed budget will impact Pell Grant availability

Marina D. Sandoval February 27, 2011

Sophomore Maria Hernandez has received both Pell Grants and federal financial aid since she started college. She said she has noticed that each semester her financial aid is decreasing and has heard rumors...

CSUN students using financial aid to support their families

Marina D. Sandoval February 15, 2011

The Civil Rights Project/Proyecto Derechos Civiles at UCLA conducted a conference call Tuesday morning to discuss their recently issued report that examines the impact that state budget cuts have had on...

Black Swan review

Black Swan review
Marina D. Sandoval February 10, 2011

In a world where ballet is serene and beautiful, “Black Swan” portrays a conflicting world of darkness. This thriller, directed by Darren Aronofsky, intensely focuses on the physical and psychological...

CSUN’s Sigma Alpha Epsilon lends a hand with Habitat for Humanity

Marina D. Sandoval February 6, 2011

Habitat for Humanity is building homes for low-income working families in Pacoima. On Saturday, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, a fraternity at CSUN, spent the day helping out. In the early morning the Sigma...

Go F#*% yourself, LA is No. 1

Marina D. Sandoval January 31, 2011

The City of Angels' cherubic face has been given a black eye. In a 2010 survey conducted by "Travel & Leisure" magazine that questioned residents and visitors alike, 35 US cities were ranked in various...

Photographer Richard Fish’s widow donates work for Oviatt Library exhibition

Marina D. Sandoval January 27, 2011

The Oviatt Library is extending its exhibit of the work of Richard Fish, a prolific, California-based photographer. Fish (1919-2005) is known for photographs that covered a variety of subjects for...

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