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L.A. tries to tackle fast food plague

Talynn Soghomonians

September 18, 2007

There's a fast food restaurant for about every single letter of the alphabet. Arby's, Burger King, Carl's Jr., Del Taco, El Pollo Loco, Fat Burger and so on. These high-calorie fast food chains are causing a whopper of a problem in the United States-obesity. That's right. This is the country where bre...

Dysfunctional family delivers comical outlook on life

Talynn Soghomonians

September 13, 2007

Kimberly is not a regular 16-year-old girl and her family is anything but regular either-but boy can they make you laugh. In the production "Kimberly Akimbo," which is written by David Lindsay-Abaire and directed by Maria Gobetti, a family full of sicknesses and addictions attempts to find love, acceptance an...

Newly converted research labs opened

Talynn Soghomonians

September 7, 2007

CSUN's Physical Plant Management and equipment technicians from the Science ' Math Science Shop turned several rooms in the basement of Eucalyptus Hall into research labs to better accommodate two new faculty members from the science department. "The project is important to the university because t...

Music brings hope and joy to the orphans of South Africa

Talynn Soghomonians

August 30, 2007

They're hungry. They live in poor housing conditions. They're homesick. But the courageous orphans of Agape in South Africa are on a mission to improve and expand their overpopulated orphanage. And their beautiful voices and animated personalities will lead the way. In the inspirational documenta...

Health center offers students resources

Talynn Soghomonians

August 30, 2007

The student health center information lounge, which is located on the second floor of the Sol Center, opened its doors last year and will continue to provide CSUN students with health-related materials this semester. The lounge carries books, pamphlets and videos regarding fitness, nutrition, drug and ...

CSUN receives $1 million to prep students for college

Talynn Soghomonians

August 24, 2007

CSUN received a $1 million grant funded by the U.S. Department of Education to set up the Upward Bound Project, which will assist 50 high school students from low-income families to prepare for college. "This project gives unprivileged students the opportunity to receive academic assistance, financial...

Confessions of a Catholic Child uses humor to confront religion

Talynn Soghomonians

August 23, 2007

It's almost judgment day and true to the Catholic faith, sins have to be forgiven in order to enter the pearly gates of Heaven. Yet, this is much easier said than done-especially when time is limited. In Elizabeth Appell's production "Confessions of a Catholic Child," 70-something-year-old Regina (S...

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