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Why you should enroll in ‘Monsters University’

Natalie Rivera

June 22, 2013

Making a prequel based on a film that was a huge success by a movie company that has a reputation for making some of the best animated films, is no walk around the park. Yet, this challenge was met gracefully by Disney when they released “Monsters University” the unexpected prequel to "Monsters Inc." It...

‘Iron Man 3’ may be the best so far

Natalie Rivera

May 22, 2013

Superheroes are taking over, and thanks to last summer's hit "the Avengers," it seems that superhero movies will not be going away any time soon. In the case of "Iron Man 3," it's a great thing that Disney and Marvel decided to release this epic film that stays true to the prior Iron Man films and "the...

How to dress up your cap and gown

How to dress up your cap and gown

Natalie Rivera

May 8, 2013

For you seniors, graduation is the most important moment in your educational career. And although your big day is all about celebrating what you’ve accomplished, why not go out in style? Come graduation you’ll be sitting awaiting your name to be called, but most importantly you’ll be taking you...

The 34th Annual TRENDS Fashion Show was a hit with fashion lovers

Natalie Rivera

April 28, 2013

CORECTION//: Emil Sleman won thrid place and Roia Noor won second place. The student fashion organization TRENDS presented their 34th annual student fashion show “Through the Looking Glass: A Fashion Wonderland” at the USU Northridge Center this past Saturday, April 27. The runways were graced ...

Coachella and drugs: a true experience

Natalie Rivera

April 24, 2013

The Coachella Music and Arts Festival has reigned supreme over the American music festival scene for more than a decade now. People from all around the world travel vast distances just to burn in the California region of the Colorado Desert. This was the eighth time I had the luxury of attending this...

Brokechella will give you an affordable music festival today

Natalie Rivera

April 20, 2013

Too broke for Cochella? You're not alone! Thankfully, the Third Annual Brokechella Art and Music Festival  has arrived and today you can listen to a lineup of bands and have a good time for only $10. Brokechella is located in downtown L.A at Six01 studios and will also include food, drinks and art. You...

5th Annual Stop the Violence fashion show today

Natalie Rivera

April 20, 2013

Stop the Violence Los Angeles Event and Fashion Show will make its mark today at 6:30 p.m., doors opening at 6 p.m. The event will be a fundraiser that will feature a resource fair, a VIP reception and and a showcase of fashion made by young talent. The event will be held at CSUN and tickets start...

Tips for Coachella first-timers

Natalie Rivera

April 3, 2013

The 12th Annual Coachella Music and Arts Festival is approaching next weekend — April 12-14 and 19-21 — in Indio, Calif. Many CSUN students will be attending, so here are some important tips of what to expect while at one of the biggest music festivals of the West Coast, for all of you first- time...

Learn to ‘thrift’ the right way

Natalie Rivera

March 30, 2013

   Nothing beats walking out of a thrift shop with a bag full of finds and still a pocket full of cash. My mantra has always been, "you don’t have to have mad money to have mad style." Thrift shopping is your answer to looking unique and dapper without breaking the bank.The hit new song "Thrift Sh...

Associated Students see small turnout for presidential debate

Associated Students see small turnout for presidential debate

Natalie Rivera

March 25, 2013

CLARIFICATION: The quote “Out of 36,000 students, we should have more people here today," was said by Sahar Maknouni, not Talar Alexanian as stated in the story. Associated Students held their first and only presidential debate Monday on Bayramian Lawn. Both presidential candidates, Bijan Na...

Iron Matador; cooking competition at CSUN

Natalie Rivera

March 21, 2013

The Student Dieticic and Food Science Association will be hosting the Iron Matador, a culinary competition Saturday March 23 from 10:30 am to 2:00 p.m. at the Food Science Lab at Sequoia Hall, room 112. The competition, according to Cassie Berger from the SDFSA, will be similar to the food competition...

St. Patrick’s Day Events Los Angeles

Natalie Rivera

March 15, 2013

ST. PATRICK's EVENTS   St. Patrick’s Day may fall on a Sunday this year (it's on March 17), but that doesn’t mean a Monday morning class is reason enough to stay in this weekend studying, while the rest of Los Angeles is getting down on corned-beef, green beer and Irish Car Bombs....

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