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Glendale City Hall glows with the colors of the Armenian Flag — red, purple and gold — in Glendale, Calif. on April 23, 2021.

Armenian Youth Federation’s Patrick Torossian on Biden’s recognition of the Armenian Genocide

Karine Reganyan May 10, 2021

Karine Reganyan follows up with Armenian Youth Federation chairperson Patrick Torossian about President Joe Biden’s recent recognition of the Armenian Genocide. Torossian discusses what Biden’s recognition...

Going Back to College with Hengame Abassi: Instructional designer Doc Reo

Going Back to College with Hengame Abassi: Instructional designer Doc Reo

May 7, 2021

Mareo-Ahmir Lawson, better known as Doc Reo, is a former CSUN student and veteran. Doc Reo is in his 40s and is currently working on his sixth degree at the University of Southern California. In this episode...

Serj Tankian

6 famous members of the Armenian diaspora that have taken the world by storm

Karine Reganyan, reporter May 7, 2021

After 106 years, President Joe Biden became the first U.S. president to recognize the atrocities committed against the Armenians by the Ottoman Empire, using the word genocide for the first time since...

Matadors can get a 10% discount on tamales sold at Tamales House in Reseda, Calif., thanks to the Matadors Discounts program.

Have a CSUN student ID? You might be missing out on discounts at restaurants, online stores

Aaron Aguilera, Reporter May 5, 2021

More than 200 local restaurants, retail shops and online stores continue to offer CSUN students discounts, even though the program is not widely known or used. The Matador Discounts program is a resource...

BTS members Jin, far left, Jimin, Suga, V, RM, Jungkook and J-Hope performing

More than music: K-pop’s presence at CSUN

Caitlin Cook, Contributor May 4, 2021

“This is a workout,” one student wrote in the Zoom chat. “I’m already sweating,” wrote another. In the Zoom gallery view, several CSUN students and professors could be seen dancing in sync...

It goes down in the DM: Dating during a pandemic

It goes down in the DM: Dating during a pandemic

Karine Reganyan, reporter April 29, 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the lives of college students in ways no one knew imaginable. From virtual learning to cancelled graduations and a world under lockdown, the aftermath effects of the pandemic...

“Baketopia” winner donates winnings to California Farmworker Foundation, L.A. LGBT Center

Bryan Arevalo, Reporter April 29, 2021

Gregory Rodriguez, the first winner of HBO Max Originals “Baketopia,” never imagined he would end up on a TV show. After four failed attempts at landing a position on shows like “Chopped” and other...

Barclay's Coffee & Tea owner Diego Lopez, left, prepares a drink for a customer at his cafe on Wednesday, April 21, 2021 in Northridge, Calif.

Exploring Barclays: So much more than coffee and tea

Nayeli De La Torres, Reporter April 28, 2021

For many coffee-goers, the basic activity of a traditional coffee shop experience is something yearned for during a global pandemic. Coffee shop culture goes beyond fulfilling a caffeine fix, it’s...

Podcast: The community on Armenian remembrance

Podcast: The community on Armenian remembrance

Pejvauk Shahamat, Audio Editor April 28, 2021

In this podcast, Lucy Keroglyan and Karine Reganyan speak to members of the Armenian community and gather their thoughts on Armenian Remembrance Day and what it means to them. Lucy Keroglyan talks...

This year's Earth Day theme is

5 songs to listen to in celebration of Earth Day

Belen Hernandez, Contributor April 22, 2021

Earth is our home and with climate change affecting our world people have started to take steps to help. Earth Day aims to raise awareness of global warming and climate change, as well as how important...

LACMA

Wondering what museums or art exhibits are open in Los Angeles? Here’s a guide.

Karine Reganyan, reporter April 21, 2021

As the daily number of COVID-19 cases begins to drop due to the increased distribution of the vaccine, museums, aquariums, galleries and botanical gardens are preparing to open their doors to the public...

Alan and Santina Byler take in the view from a high vantage point, where visitors can view the entirety of the Japanese garden in Huntington Library in San Marino, Calif., on Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2021.

Zen Zones: Places for Angelenos to relax under the sun

Nadine Cortez, Samantha Bravo, and Kaitlyn Lavo April 15, 2021

The coronavirus pandemic may have forced residents to stay home, but Los Angeles is an outdoor city — there are plenty of activities people can do to relieve the tensions brought on by the pandemic. From...

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