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Cancer survivor learns about true beauty

Steffanie Tate

May 4, 2011

Growing up, Tina Maskan was always the center of attention and the class clown. You could always count on her to turn any dull moment into a hysterically funny one. In 2007, at the age of 19, Maskan realized that something wasn’t right with her body. She went to the doctor and found out some things c...

Students showcase engineering projects

Steffanie Tate

April 27, 2011

Engineering and computer science students will be showcasing their design project at the Second Annual Senior Design Project Showcase on Friday. The College of Engineering and Computer Science will host the event that will showcase 14 projects. La Tesha Hagler, students outreach coordinator said the...

CSUN campus site seeing

Steffanie Tate

April 26, 2011

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Couchsurfing website offers people a chance to travel and connect on the cheap

Steffanie Tate

March 28, 2011 melds travel and social media in a way that saves tourists money on accommodations while making new friends. The website allows people from all over the world to become members of the social networking site and to have interactive conversations about where they live or where they...

CSUN celebrates National Fitness day

Steffanie Tate

February 22, 2011

The University Student Union held an event sponsoring national recreational sports and fitness day at the Plaza del Sol on Tuesday to bring awareness to health issues and the new recreation center being built on campus. “We want to get awareness that we’re opening the center, and we want people...

Dr. Cornel West conducts first lecture at VPAC

Steffanie Tate

February 6, 2011

Dr. Cornel West lectured at VPAC and discussed Black History Month, philosophy, politics, love, life and music. “Black History month is not just for black people…the universal weep,” West said.“We (African-Americans) were taught to hate ourselves…we don’t like to talk about that, but I talk about that,” He discussed a double standard...

CSUN searches for solution to graffiti problem

Steffanie Tate

January 30, 2011

With the new developments and renovations around campus, such as the Valley Performance Arts Center and the new Student Recreation Center, CSUN staff is working together to prevent graffiti and the defacing of school property. “(Graffiti) is probably a $7,000 to $8,000 probl...

Martin Luther King Jr. commemorated at CSUN lecture

Steffanie Tate

January 26, 2011

The Civil Discourse and Social Change initiative kicked off the semester with a lecture commemorating Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.  The Rev. James Lawson spoke about his work with King, and the admiration he had for him. “Its an important day.  We should celebrate it as t...

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