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Beloved CSUN custodian remembered

Susan Murray May 5, 2010

Daniel MacDonald, 61, a lead custodian at CSUN died Thursday, April 29 on campus. MacDonald, a Reseda resident, was born on March 30, 1949 in Hollywood, Calif. He is survived by his daughter, Jennifer...

Alum wins award for short film

Susan Murray May 5, 2010

    Rachel G. Blavin, 23, graduated in the summer of 2007 with a major in CTVA. Blavin and her team were awarded the first place award in the Children's category for the short-film “Turbo"...

Students honored for work with LGBTQ community

Susan Murray April 28, 2010

Two men were honored at the Wong-Sayaman Equality Award for 2010 for their work with the LGBTQ community. The award was announced at the Queer Studies Spring Lecture Series on March 30. Kevin Zemlicka...

Soulful mandolin player puts a spin on Western music

Susan Murray April 28, 2010

Star rating: 4 out of 5 Andrew Anderson, a 23- year-old Idaho mandolin player, plunges headfirst into his roots in his new self-released album, “As Long as This Thing’s Flyin.’” For those...

CSUN confronts moral dilemma: Practice human rights and human decency

Susan Murray April 26, 2010

Last week the CSUN community was shocked by the news that an economics professor was running his own website about sex-tourism in Thailand. This week we are discussing the issue and welcome your input....

Work continues toward on-campus farmers market, Current economic climate to blame for stalled effort

Susan Murray April 21, 2010

When Erica Wohldmann moved to California she made the conscious decision to vote with her fork. For the last two years, Wohldmann, an assistant professor of psychology, has dedicated herself to...

A.S. transit subsidy funds run out

Susan Murray April 18, 2010

Pierre Lizarraga, 19, sophomore majoring in Pre-CTVA, wakes up at 4:30 a.m. to commute to CSUN. He rides the MTA from Firestone Park and was utilizing the A.S. transit subsidy on a monthly basis. “It...

CSUN students among those affected by identity theft

Susan Murray April 14, 2010

Data identities were stolen from a nonprofit which services students, schools and lenders in loan financing. The theft of 3.3 million identities occurred at the Educational Credit Management Corporation...

Students to celebrate CSUN’s multicultural community with 13th annual Carnaval

Susan Murray April 13, 2010

CSUN is to hold its 13th annual free multicultural Carnaval event. Hamid Jahangard, University Student Union (USU) program coordinator for major events said Carnaval is a celebration of diversity and...

Dancing and singing with “Pot”

Susan Murray April 12, 2010

3 out of 5 stars With the ongoing marijuana debate, "Pot the musical" takes a unique spin on the issue through the use of song and dance. "Pot the Musical," based on a book by Diane Shinozaki,...

Students ‘Early Start’ for CSU preparation

Susan Murray March 30, 2010

The Board of Trustees has voted to have all California State University (CSU) systems develop their own “Early Start” program to better prepare students in English once they enter the CSU system. Maureen...

‘Made in the CSU’ to shed positive light on system

Susan Murray March 29, 2010

The California State Student Association (CSSA) Board of Directors revealed its educational campaign “Made in the CSU,” that will educate the public and the California legislature of the economic impact...

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