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Economic center receives award

TASHIANA JEFFERSON December 6, 2006

The San Fernando Valley Economic Research Center, located in the college of business and economics, received national recognition for its eighth annual San Fernando Valley Economic Report, which came out...

CSUN professors break into podcasting with lectures

TASHIANA JEFFERSON November 8, 2006

College students are becoming increasingly accustomed to a digital lifestyle via iPods and MP3 players. Podcasts and audio clips are ways professors can bring the digital demand into the educational environment....

Class sizes remain small despite high enrollment

TASHIANA JEFFERSON October 19, 2006

Despite a steady increase in undergraduate enrollment at CSUN, undergraduate class sizes still remain relatively small, with 58 percent of undergraduate lecture courses enrolling 15 to 49 students, according...

Minimum wage moves higher in coming years

TASHIANA JEFFERSON September 26, 2006

The Matador bookstore is one of many places on campus where minimum wage workers will receive an increase in their earnings beginning in January 2007. On Sept. 12, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger signed Assembly...

Klotz offers meningitis vaccines

TASHIANA JEFFERSON September 19, 2006

The Klotz Student Health Center will continue to give out free doses of the meningococcal vaccine, Menactra, during its scheduled walk-in hours until Thursday, Sept. 21. Until then, the vaccine will be...

Freudian Sip to offer discounts

TASHIANA JEFFERSON September 18, 2006

The Freudian Sip coffeehouses at CSUN are expected to introduce frequent drink cards and gift cards before the spring 2007 semester, said Elmer Bautista, manager of Freudian Sip. With the frequent drink...

CSUN 101: taking responsibility for one’s own education

TASHIANA JEFFERSON July 14, 2006

Working at the Information Desk in Bayramian Hall for two years allowed me to experience the good, the bad and the ugly of CSUN. The university has undergone many physical changes, as well as, changes...

Missing mother planned to study education at CSUN

TASHIANA JEFFERSON July 14, 2006

Family and friends of a missing 25-year-old Simi Valley mother, who planned to attend CSUN this fall, hired a private investigator to find her. Authorities called off their search for Renee Fox on June...

New photography building to open fall

TASHIANA JEFFERSON July 7, 2006

A newly renovated photography building is expected to open September as part of a series of changes the Art and Design Center will undergo, said the Art Department chair. The new photography building,...

Several CSUN students not aware of privacy rights

TASHIANA JEFFERSON June 30, 2006

With personal information now accessible and readily available due to the technological advances via the Internet, many students do not know their educational privacy rights. The Family Educational Rights...

Chicana/o art exhibit opens eyes

TASHIANA JEFFERSON June 23, 2006

Folk music from northern Mexico greeted more than 200 guests June 17 during the Chicano Collection/La Coleccion Chicana Exhibition presented by Cheech Marin, actor and CSUN alumni, at the main gallery...

CSUN cars honk out maintanance, driving woes

TASHIANA JEFFERSON June 16, 2006

CSUN students beware. Since the Disney animated hit "Cars" debuted No. 1 at the box office its first weekend, the vehicles on our campus have been talking. A few cars parked in parking lot B3 had some...

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