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Marketing dept. earns recognition

Stephanie Olmedo May 7, 2008

The Design Factory at the CSUN University Student Union won eight awards at the annual Association of College Unions International Conference in New Orleans. The Design Factory is a student-run marketing...

Fun ‘Young@Heart’ proves you’re as young as you feel

Stephanie Olmedo May 6, 2008

For those who dread upcoming birthdays because they think its another year closer to the end of their lives, or those who freak out at the sight of a new wrinkle because they think their face resembles...

Protestors march in L.A. for May Day

Stephanie Olmedo May 2, 2008

With chants of "The people united will never be divided," and "Yes we can," thousands filled the streets of downtown Los Angeles to celebrate the third annual May Day parade in honor of workers and immigrant...

‘Forgetting Sarah Marshall’ offers heart and comedy

Stephanie Olmedo May 1, 2008

For those who have had their hearts ripped out and stomped on, don't worry, Peter Bretter knows exactly how it feels. In "Forgetting Sarah Marshall," the new installment from Judd Apatow, John Segel plays...

Mayan immigrants face prejudice

Stephanie Olmedo April 25, 2008

Map showing Mayan city-states and cultural mainsteads. Elias, a 25 year-old Spanish literature and Central American Studies double major at CSUN, grew up in the small town of Olintepeque, Guatemala. At...

Students in communications class promote organ donation awareness

Stephanie Olmedo April 19, 2008

Five CSUN students are taking a class project out of the classroom and into the community by promoting organ donation awareness among students. Students of Professor Gigi Hessamian communications 323...

Deaf students host event to reach out to campus

Stephanie Olmedo April 10, 2008

The National Center on Deafness at CSUN is preparing to host a new annual event, Sign n' Run, on April 14 to promote deaf culture. "We wanted to create a forum to showcase our exciting language, culture...

‘Under the Same Moon’ merges fluid story with social issues

Stephanie Olmedo March 28, 2008

It is hard for a young child to be away from his parents for a few hours, and in "Under the Same Moon," one can only imagine what it must be like for 9-year-old Carlitos (Adrian Alonso), who has been away...

VITA students help community with taxes

Stephanie Olmedo March 25, 2008

For many, the arrival of tax season means stressing over deadlines and filing paperwork, but for those at The Wayne and Roberta Colmer Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program at CSUN, the arrival of tax...

Carmichael gallery touts colorful and whimsical family art

Stephanie Olmedo March 25, 2008

For children, it is only natural to question everything about the world around them, and it is only natural to see parents as heroes. In Ben Woodward's new exhibit "Beep-boop beep-Boop," at the Carmichael...

Business grads face fee increases

Stephanie Olmedo March 5, 2008

A proposed $210 per unit fee increase for students working toward master's degrees in business administration will be presented to the Board of Trustees during March. It could raise the total tuition price...

NAACP discusses skewed portrayal of blacks on television

Stephanie Olmedo March 4, 2008

The negative portrayal of African-Americans in the media was discussed at a forum hosted by the CSUN chapter of the NAACP at the Grand Salon on Wednesday night. The panel consisted of Bobette Jamison-Harrison,...

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