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West Hollywood shows pride at the 46th annual L.A. Pride festival

West Hollywood shows pride at the 46th annual L.A. Pride festival

Michael Herrera

June 12, 2016

Thousands of people gathered in West Hollywood over the weekend to celebrate the 46th annual L.A. Pride Music Festival and Parade. Over the course of the three-day event, several organizations in support of the LGBTQ community and big names in music such as Bebe Rexha and Charli XCX made appearances...

KCSN News Director dies

KCSN News Director dies

Michael Herrera

May 20, 2016

Journalism professor and KCSN-FM News Director Keith Goldstein died Thursday night. Goldstein left behind a 30-year legacy at CSUN which earned him and his students numerous state, regional, professional local and national awards. Goldstein also received the Distinguished Journalist Award from the...

Healing workshop helps men explore feelings, issues

Healing workshop helps men explore feelings, issues

Michael Herrera

April 21, 2016

A series of workshops titled, "Men's Healing Circle," encourage male students to speak openly about the issues they face in their everyday lives. These workshops are sponsored by the Chicana/o Studies department and are presented by Luis J. Rodriguez, a new professor this semester at CSUN. They have...

Society’s struggle with discrimination

Society’s struggle with discrimination

Michael Herrera

April 21, 2016

Scholar-in-residence, professor and author Luis J. Rodriguez, read from some of his works Wednesday, which address many of the issues society faces today. Rodriguez shared some of the experiences which inspired him to speak about matters such as racism, classicism and police brutality at the Univers...

CSUN student sexually assaulted at knifepoint, alleged suspect in custody

CSUN student sexually assaulted at knifepoint, alleged suspect in custody

Michael Herrera

March 31, 2016

A known suspect sexually assaulted a CSUN 20-year-old woman at knifepoint and threatened her during the assault, police said. The off-campus assault occurred at her home on Tuesday, west of the CSUN campus, according to police.The student reported the assault to a campus resource the next day, who re...

Students suggest a warm weather playlist

Students suggest a warm weather playlist

Michael Herrera

March 20, 2016

Spring break is here and many could not be happier. We can let go of our stress, have a couple of drinks and forget about school even if it is just for a short time. Whether we’re lounging poolside or enjoying the sun at one of the beautiful beaches, music allows us to escape reality. It doesn’t...

Students benefit from mock interviews at Interview Frenzy

Students benefit from mock interviews at Interview Frenzy

Michael Herrera

March 11, 2016

The Career Center hosted an "Interview Frenzy" on Thursday in Bayramian Hall where students were able to brush up on their interview skills with employers before going out into the work force.The event saw eager students waiting to have one-on-one 10-minute interview sessions with employers. Patricia ...

World compliment day

World compliment day

Michael Herrera

March 1, 2016

In a world that can be cruel and cold, people may forget there are kind-hearted people all around us. There are still people who love to share love and let others know they are worth something. As a way to spread this positivity around the world, we asked CSUN students to participate today in World Compliment...

Music Mondays: Black History Month

Music Mondays: Black History Month

Michael Herrera

February 15, 2016

African-Americans have had a powerful influence on music throughout history. Their sound has transcended barriers and now stretches across various genres such as rock, rhythm and blues, classical music and even country music. The music has become a platform for many people to express themselves and...

20 CSUN students share relationship advice

20 CSUN students share relationship advice

Michael Herrera

February 11, 2016

In the midst of the chaos that is the university campus, students still manage to find that special someone who can make life more tolerable. Whether these relationships were good or bad, they taught people valuable lessons about not only the relationships but themselves as well. Hereare some words ...

Men’s volleyball setter named National Freshman of the Week

Men’s volleyball setter named National Freshman of the Week

Michael Herrera

January 19, 2016

CSUN setter Sam Porter was chosen as the Off the Block/Springbak, Inc. National Freshman of the Week for his help in leading his team through an undefeated start for the season. The announcement was made on Monday after Porter led a four-game victory against USC on Friday with 52 assists. Porter also...

The state government is shutting out student protection

The state government is shutting out student protection

Michael Herrera

November 5, 2015

California Gov. Jerry Brown recently vetoed a bill, AB 967, which would have required universities in California to enforce a mandatory minimum punishment for students responsible for sexual assault violations. The punishment would entail a two-year suspension from the university. Brown insists tha...

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