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  • January 22CORONAVIRUS DAILY UPDATE: 9,277 new cases, 256 dead in L.A. County

Recycling Takes a Collective Effort

Wendy Peters May 3, 2010

The CSUN community has about 200 recycling bins throughout campus and with a number of food courts and trash bins, this creates a draw for scavengers around campus who have become eyesores. Recycling...

Local students participate in Earth Day event

Wendy Peters April 28, 2010

  Light rain greeted the middle and high school students as they arrived for the on-campus 40th anniversary of Earth Day Celebration hosted by the Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Geology departments...

CSUN aware of compost benefits, possibility for future

Wendy Peters April 21, 2010

CSUN’s part in recycling aluminum cans and paper products today is commonplace and composting is not too far behind, as we see the benefits of turning once living things into fertilizer useful in...

Collision causes traffic on Nordhoff Street and Reseda Boulevard

Wendy Peters April 19, 2010

Traffic came to an abrupt halt as a Ford Mustang and city trash truck collided in the intersection of Nordhoff Street and Reseda Boulevard, both vehicles attempting a left to southbound Reseda. The...

Lady Gaga Intensifies Shock Value

Wendy Peters April 19, 2010

A few years ago, Nelly’s “Tip Drill” video was quintessential of the depths an “artist” would go to create controversy while at the same time lining their pockets on the backs of women. Never...

Don’t take the census for granted, benefit from it

Wendy Peters April 14, 2010

Those with the “I just don’t care” attitude, who fail to return the 10-question, 2010 census form by the April 17 deadline, will receive visits in the upcoming months from enumerators, who will...

The brain of psychopathic killers

Wendy Peters April 12, 2010

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For better or worse: The life and love of Phyllis and Harold

Wendy Peters April 1, 2010

The memories and special moments captured on film filled the sparsely occupied screening room in Beverly Hills as the audience gathered to see "Phyllis and Harold." The opening animation and those...

Live and Let Live

Wendy Peters March 22, 2010

The Los Angeles Gay & Lesbian Center, in a necessary two-steps forward and one-step back approach, is sponsoring a charter school serving grades seven through 12. The school, geared toward providing...

Cloud of bankruptcy looms over the City of Los Angeles

Wendy Peters March 17, 2010

The city of Los Angeles is living beyond its means. Vital cuts needed to mitigate the city’s current and future financial crises are being stalled by high-salaried individuals with agendas of their...

‘Bagels’ captures the morning after, senior style

Wendy Peters March 15, 2010

Star rating: 4 out of 5 The door leading from the street opened into a small cramped room with about seven chairs on the corresponding wall. There was a shelf alongside the opposite wall with bottled...

Compromise Leads to Repeal

Wendy Peters February 10, 2010

Some lawmakers have no problem lying, since this is the manner in which they conduct their personal and professional lives. So, not surprisingly, “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” (DADT) falls well within...

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