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CSUN Gospel Choir records debut album

Saharra White

May 8, 2007

The CSUN Gospel Choir held its first annual gospel-recording concert May 4. More than 400 people came out to the three-hour concert, which began at 7:30 p.m. The choir decided to record the concert after choir member Charles Jones came up with the idea. "I believe that the Lord put it in his heart to ...

CSUN Greens hold Iraq war teach-in

Saharra White

May 8, 2007

The CSUN Greens hosted an Iraq War Teach-in Monday night in the University Student Union's Grand Salon. The event featured a number of panelists and music by the band Yucatan Toucan. Free pizza and literature on the Iraq War and the Green Party was also distributed. Sarah Knopp, a high school teacher wh...

Activist, author speaks out on atrocities committed in Darfur

Saharra White

May 1, 2007

John Prendergast, co-founder of ENOUGH, a new campaign working to prevent mass atrocities, and co-author of "Not On Our Watch" with actor Don Cheadle, spoke April 25 to more than 200 students, faculty and community members in the Northridge Center. The event, originally scheduled to take place in the We...

Relationships examined in senior art show

Saharra White

April 24, 2007

Love was one of the themes of "Disenchanted," a graduate student art exhibit by Donna Hicks that opened April 21 in CSUN's West Gallery. The exhibit included 12 works by Hicks. Littia Peete, Hicks mother used to draw with her daughter when Donna was young. "She always had a desire to create," Peet...

Access to Excellene CSU plan offers hope

Saharra White

April 16, 2007

In February over 170 students, faculty and administration joined together to have a campus discussion on Access to Excellence, a California State University plan designed to enhance the level of education within the community. During the discussion, participants took advantage of the opportunity to talk a...

National Post-Katrina College Summit takes place this week

Saharra White

April 10, 2007

Students and faculty from 33 colleges, including three CSU campuses, UC Berkeley and Stanford University, asked college campuses to take part in the "National Post-Katrina College Summit." The summit, taking place this week, came about after San Jose State University students, and students from 15 ot...

Ensemble brings forth great black composers

Saharra White

February 27, 2007

There was another sound in the air last Thursday besides the sound of pattered rain. Students walking past the Northridge Center located, in the University Student Union that afternoon could also hear the sound of the CSUN Wind Symphony being conducted by Lawrence Stoffel. The Black History Month ev...

Students, faculty discuss “N” word

Saharra White

March 25, 2006

A large crowd of students showed up for a panel discussion on the "N" word and its use in academics on March 22 in Manzanita Hall room 130. The event was organized after students voiced concerns about civil rights journalist Carl Fleming, author of "Son of the Rough South," used the "N" word at a CTVA...

PAS students attend conference in D.C.

Saharra White

March 16, 2006

Students taking a Pan-African Studies class recently took a six-day trip to Washington, D.C. to attend the Model African Union conference. The six students represented the nation of Malawi at the conference and toured the embassy of the West African nation. The four-year-old Model African Union offers a w...

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