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Sarah McLachlin and Laura Marling kick off VPAC benefit shows

Photo Courtesy of Jeff Fasano
Neelofer Lodhy December 8, 2014

by Jake Tully, contributor CSUN was lucky enough to host two benefit concerts in support of its radio station, KCSN, this fall at the prestigious Valley Performing Arts Center. Slated for December...

Global icon Hello Kitty celebrates 40 year anniversary

Little Kitty, Big Kitty: A giant statue of Hello Kitty overshadows a tiny plush version on display at the Hello! Exploring the Supercute World of Hello Kitty exhibit at the Japanese American National Museum located in Little Tokyo. The exhibit runs until April 26, 2015. Photo credit: Trevor Stamp
Neelofer Lodhy December 3, 2014

by Kristine Malicse, contributor Hello Kitty fans of all ages are now able to enjoy a world of cute inside the Japanese American National Museum. The museum hosted one of the first large-scale Hello...

Latest edition of ‘Super Smash Bros.’ for Nintendo Wii U still brings the fun

Latest edition of 'Super Smash Bros.' for Nintendo Wii U still brings the fun
Neelofer Lodhy December 3, 2014

by Kevin Nunez, contributor After experiencing and owning “Super Smash Bros.” for Nintendo 3DS what reason would anyone have to purchase Super Smash Bros. for Wii U? The answer is quite simple. Just...

LittleBigPlanet 3 is the first of the series to become available on Playstation 4

LittleBigPlanet 3 is the first of the series to become available on Playstation 4
Neelofer Lodhy December 2, 2014

by Nathalie Ramirez, contributor Be grateful this holiday season for the release of “LittleBigPlanet 3” for Playstation 3 and 4. This puzzle adventure has new items, costumes, levels, characters...

Are the protests affecting your commute?

Are the protests affecting your commute?
Neelofer Lodhy November 26, 2014

Since the non-indictment of Darren Wilson in the killing of Michael Brown, protests have occurred throughout several major cities across the US including Los Angeles. In an effort to have their opinions...

Circa Survive’s fifth effort “Descensus,” may be their best yet

Circa Survive's fifth effort
Neelofer Lodhy November 25, 2014

by Kristine Malicse, contributor Circa Survive released their long-awaited fifth full-length album, Descensus. With the band staying quiet with a few video and song teasers during their absence, their...

Hardcore band The Ghost Inside deliver another solid album

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Neelofer Lodhy November 19, 2014

  by Kristine Malicse, contributor Los Angeles-based hardcore band The Ghost Inside released their fourth album, “Dear Youth,” this past weekend. The album was co-produced by A Day to...

Assassins Creed: Unity is nothing new for fans of the series

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Neelofer Lodhy November 19, 2014

by Danny Arriaza, contributor “Unity” is one of the most ambitious games I have ever played, but that ambition is what keeps it from fulfilling its promise of being truly "next-gen.” Set...

Geek Clash discuss ‘Interstellar,’ Call of Duty and more!

Geek Clash discuss 'Interstellar,' Call of Duty and more!
Neelofer Lodhy November 13, 2014

Geek Clash comes a little late this week, but the trio picks it up with a lively conversation about pizza rolls, chest hair, and Christopher Nolan's new space epic, "Interstellar." Trevor also...

Parks and Rec. star Amy Poheler, pens first book

Screenshot by Kristine Malicse, contributor
Neelofer Lodhy November 12, 2014

by Kristine Malicse, contributor “Saying  ‘yes’ doesn’t mean I don’t know how to say no, and saying ‘please’ doesn’t mean I am waiting for permission. ‘Yes Please’ sounds powerful...

Explore the origins of the world’s most famous mythical creature, Dracula

Illustration by Ruby Kim
Neelofer Lodhy October 29, 2014

by Danny Arriaza, contributor Finally, we have arrived upon the season of Autumn and with it comes the annual celebration of Halloween. There are numerous objects and symbols that have become synonymous...

5 classic horror films that will fright your night

Illustration by Julienne Shih
Neelofer Lodhy October 29, 2014

by Oleah Olaguera, contributor There is something that is just so fun about being afraid, and if there’s anything that gives people nightmares on Halloween, it’s watching scary movies. Whether...

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