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View of life that lacks cell phone communication

Mike Siciliano May 19, 2006

Originally Published April 5, 2006 I have always viewed myself as a strange person, but there is one characteristic that causes me to view myself as an anomaly in today's world: I have never owned a cell...

A four-video love-affair

Alisha Ways May 19, 2006

I pulled open the thick, black curtain to the small, rectangular West Gallery, to the scene of a girl swaying her arms liltingly to a song that was projected on the south wall. Siwaraya Nanakorn, video...

A ‘Shape of Things’

Yohanna Figueroa May 19, 2006

Originally Published March 22, 2006 CSUN's theater department's production of Neil LaBute's socially satirical play "The Shape of Things" is intimate and provocative with confident acting. The play is...

60 characters, 10 actors; CSUN show a success

Taline Helwajian May 19, 2006

Originally Published March 1, 2006 The CSUN Theater Department's presentation of the adaptation of the New York Times best-selling book "Nickel and Dimed" by Barbara Ehrenreich proved to be a pleasant...

Singers set to perform Carnegie Hall

Jen Balao May 19, 2006

Originally Published March 15, 2006 The large recital hall that the Northridge Singers congregate in is more like a small auditorium. Before their practice begins, the sound that fills the room is the...

Figure models take it all off, for art’s sake

Taline Helwajian May 19, 2006

Originally Published February 13, 2006 Blank canvases fill the intimate space of an art studio, which is focused on a wooden stage in the front of the room. Students are propped up in their seats waiting...

African-Americans make up about 5 percent of faculty

OnTay Johnson May 19, 2006

Originally Published February 16, 2006 Only about 5 percent of CSUN's full-time faculty is African-American, according to a Fall 2005 Institutional Research profile. According to the most recent 2005...

Parking fees to increase to fund new structure

Joseph Wilson May 19, 2006

Originally Published May 9, 2006 President Jolene Koester approved May 4 a three-year increase in parking fees starting in the 2007-2008 fiscal year. The cost of a parking permit will increase $18 per...

Two little pink lines, one girl’s painful decision

defaultuser May 19, 2006

Her hands were surprisingly steady for the news they held. She wondered how two little pink lines could change so much. She was months away from her high school graduation when she discovered she was...

South Dakota ban reopens abortion battle

defaultuser May 19, 2006

Originally Published April 18, 2006 Running through the grocery store, Jen Nicolay was stopped by an older woman. Before Nicolay was able to ask the woman what she wanted, she was embraced by the woman,...

CSUN faculty bargain for higher, equal pay

defaultuser May 19, 2006

Originally Published March 23, 2006 While the California State University system is bumping heads with the California Faculty Association at the bargaining table, experienced professors are struggling...

A.S. Senate doubles money given to Black Graduation

defaultuser May 19, 2006

Originally Published April 6, 2006 The Associated Students Senate doubled the amount of money to be given toward a black graduation ceremony at its April 4 meeting. The Black Graduation Committee hosts...

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