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‘They Walk in Line’ combines different genres of rock

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February 22, 2005

Rarely does such an exclusively inimitable talent rise up from the indie scene, but in this case, it reached out from the likes of four young music enthusiasts named Michael Romero, Paul Bayze, Kevin Kolpien, and Niaz Chakravarty. Together, this rambunctious group form "They Walk in Line," and on Feb. ...

Business major turned journalist

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February 21, 2005

Denise Hamilton, accomplished journalist for the L.A. Times and crime novelist, spoke in conjunction with The Friends of the Oviatt Library on Tuesday. The event was held in the library's Presentation Room, and though Denise spoke a bit about her newly released novel, the atmosphere was not so much ...

‘Never Take Friendship Personal’

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February 17, 2005

It seems a lot of rock bands have been slowly making their way through the music industry. The most recent band to have some success is Anberlin, an alternative-Christian rock band on the Tooth and Nail Records roster. They first found success in 2003 with their first release, "Blueprints for a Black ...

Matador leader traveled unlikely path to CSUN

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February 17, 2005

Growing up in the shadow of the University of Oklahoma in Norman, Ian Boylan seemed like the last person who would end up making a name for himself at Cal State Northridge. Now, four years after he left his home in the Midwest for California, he has done exactly that. Heading into his final conference...

Pan African Film Festival features documentary

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February 17, 2005

I Build The Tower," by Brad Byer and CSUN professor Edward Landler, is a beautifully created documentary about the Watts Towers and its creator, Samuel Rodia. The film was recently completed and screened Sunday at the 13th Pan African Film ' Arts Festival in Crenshaw. The film begins chronicling Rodia's life...

Founder of deconstructionist movement discussed in panel symposium

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February 17, 2005

Apanel of CSUN professors from different fields, met to discuss the life of accomplished and controversial Philosopher, Jacques Derrida, on Monday, February 14. The panel discussion, entitled, Derrida and the Legacy of Post-Modernism, was held in the Presentation Room of The Oviatt Library, and included...

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