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Top five scariest Halloween 2011 attractions

Ron Rokhy

October 27, 2011

Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights offers several blood curdling mazes, rides and scare zones that mix spine-chilling thrills with popular films. The attractions include six mazes, three rides, and four scare zones. The mazes are based on the movies...

Broncos make the right move going with Tebow as starter

Broncos make the right move going with Tebow as starter

Ron Rokhy

October 25, 2011

The Denver Broncos’ 2010 first-round pick, quarterback Tim Tebow capped off a surging victory against the winless Dolphins Sunday when he threw two touchdowns in the fourth quarter to rally his team from a 15-point deficit to force overtime and set up Matt Prater for a game-winning 52-yard field goal. Tebow, who’s been riding the bench behind Kyle Orton for ...

CSUN Jazz “A” Band recognized as one of the best college ensembles in the nation

CSUN Jazz “A” Band recognized as one of the best college ensembles in the nation

Ron Rokhy

October 25, 2011

Dressed in suits and with instruments in tune, 23 college students took center stage and prepared to play before the crowd in the USU Plaza del Sol Performance Hall on Oct. 6. The light reflecting off their polished brass added to the anticipation as they waited for the director to motion their start. As the music began to flow seamlessly and the melodies sta...

Israeli and Palestinian children raised in the conflict are likely to have stress disorders

Ron Rokhy

October 24, 2011

Palestinian and Israeli children are taking the brunt of the psychological damage generated by their countries’ conflict, said Dr. Orily J. Peter, director and founder of the Center for Accelerated Psychology. CSUN’s psychology department sponsored a presentation Sunday about how children in t...

Suspect arrested on suspicion of bicycle theft on campus

Ron Rokhy

October 23, 2011

CSUN police arrested a suspect Thursday in connection to a bicycle theft on campus. According to the police department’s crime log, the suspect, whose identity has not yet been revealed, was arrested in Redwood Hall at 2:20 p.m. for stealing a bike secured to a rack on the west side of the building....

CSUN geology students to promote California earthquake drill

Ron Rokhy

October 18, 2011

Californians will take part in an earthquake drill Thursday at 10:20 p.m., and CSUN geology students are hosting an event to promote the cause. The event, hosted by the Earthquake Country Alliance and taking place at Sierra Quad, will partially focus on the state’s third annual Great Shake Out,...

Weekly Column: Five early NFL surprises with a chance to be great in 2011

Weekly Column: Five early NFL surprises with a chance to be great in 2011

Ron Rokhy

October 18, 2011

Six weeks into the NFL season, several teams are arising as candidates for this year’s most surprising team. Some for their emergence after years of dreadful play, and some for simply improving and gaining experience. But are these pleasant surprises legit, or are they going to be the Denver Broncos of two years ago who started 6-0 and ended up missing the playoff...

Army Lt. advocates equality for LGBTQ in presentation at CSUN

Army Lt. advocates equality for LGBTQ in presentation at CSUN

Ron Rokhy

October 11, 2011

Army Lt. Dan Choi was recently reinstated after being dishonorably discharged for violating the military’s Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell policy two years ago “We’re shwing that we are fighting for love,” Choi said during his Tuesday night presentation at the Northridge Center. “Even thoug...

Weekly Column: Five NFL teams that should tank for a chance at Luck

Weekly Column: Five NFL teams that should tank for a chance at Luck

Ron Rokhy

October 4, 2011

The first month of the NFL season has brought many surprises: the emergence of the 4-0 Lions, who seem to overcome any deficit; the Bills not being out of playoff contention already; and the 3-1 49ers beating the Eagles on the road. But the rise of last year’s failures has left a certain voi...

Female astronaut Dr. Bonnie Dunbar visits CSUN to encourage students to pursue science degrees

Female astronaut Dr. Bonnie Dunbar visits CSUN to encourage students to pursue science degrees

Ron Rokhy

October 4, 2011

Women were encouraged to pursue careers in science and engineering Tuesday night when retired and decorated astronaut Dr. Bonnie J. Dunbar spoke at CSUN’s Oviatt Library. “Currently, the United States is falling behind in terms of students graduating with degrees in science,” Dunbar said. “Cou...

Psycotropic drugs like caffeine in coffee should not be regulated

Psycotropic drugs like caffeine in coffee should not be regulated

Ron Rokhy

October 3, 2011

America’s strict policy concerning psychotropic (mind altering) drugs has been raging since the 1980s when the “war on drugs” was declared. Substances such as cocaine, ecstasy, crystal meth and heroin have all been declared illegal for their dangerous and addictive properties. Similar drugs, na...

CSUN student blends heavy metal with visual art

CSUN student blends heavy metal with visual art

Ron Rokhy

September 28, 2011

Deana Momjian’s interest in visual arts started when her mother encouraged her to draw at a very young age. Over the years, this tiny interest developed into an infatuation so strong she transferred to a high school specially tailored for gifted artists. “When I was a kid, I loved to draw -- it‘s all I would do.” said the f...

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