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How to “thrift” the right way

How to

Karla Henry

March 30, 2013

By Christina Moffitino March 30th, 2013 Section: A & E Nothing beats walking out of a thrift shop with a bag full of finds and still a pocket full of cash. My mantra has always been, “you don’t have to have mad money to have mad style.” Thrift shopping is your answer to looking uniq...

Learn to ‘thrift’ the right way

Natalie Rivera

March 30, 2013

   Nothing beats walking out of a thrift shop with a bag full of finds and still a pocket full of cash. My mantra has always been, "you don’t have to have mad money to have mad style." Thrift shopping is your answer to looking unique and dapper without breaking the bank.The hit new song "Thrift Sh...

LAPD name suspect in Northridge girl assault case

Gabrielle Moreira

March 30, 2013

The LAPD Robbery-Homicide Division has identified a suspect in the case of an assault and kidnapping of a 10-year-old Northridge girl. Tobias Dustin Summers was named as the only suspect in the case at a 3 p.m. press conference, available through live stream. Summers is described as a 6 foot tall, 30...

A.S. awards organizations and discuss current Supreme Court cases

Hansook Oh

March 29, 2013

The Associated Students approved several finance awards for student organizations as well as the Code on the A.S. Annual Recognition Banquet at their meeting Friday. A.S. awarded the Filipino American Student Association (FASA) $1,900 for their Annual Filipino Culture Night, though they requested $3,350....

‘G.I Joe: Retaliation’ was dull, as expected

Spencer Kilgore

March 29, 2013

The blockbuster based on Hasbro Toys’ action figures that is “G.I. Joe: Retaliation,” in theaters tomorrow, March 28, is almost guaranteed to mind-numbingly help it’s viewers forget any and all similarly recent terrible-movie experiences by offering nothing more or less than what one would ex...

Students use art as form of expression at USU’s Art 180 event

Students use art as form of expression at USU's Art 180 event

Shaleeka Powell

March 28, 2013

Students attended Art 180, an event where a muralist creates live art, to release some stress and participated in the variety of artistic activities. At the event students were able to have glitter tattoos, eat edible fruit bouquets, participate in spin art sketching with sketching stations and a fr...

Alumnus discusses effects the concept of masculinity has on males

Megan Diskin

March 28, 2013

CSUN alumnus and San Diego State University education professor Dr. Frank Harris discussed the implications of what it means to be a man of color in relation to undergraduate college males Thursday. The first annual men of color enquiry and student research poster session, established as a field exerci...

LGBTQ hosts resource fair at Matador Square

John Saringo-Rodriguez

March 28, 2013

Fourteen groups from CSUN and outside organizations had booths at an LGBTQ themed Resource Fair at Matador Square Wednesday and was organized by CSUN's LGBTA, Matadors For Equality and Vote For Equality. Caitlin Shieh, 21, art major and public relations officer for CSUN's LGBTA, said that the purpos...

‘Ragtime’ is a musical filled with talent

Taylor Villescas

March 28, 2013

Ragtime is a colorful and charming musical outlining the social tensions of the budding 19th century America. Full of big glitzy performances and huge group dance numbers, CSUN’s talent really shines in this broadway classic. The story follows three main groups in turn-of-the-century New York: afflue...

Critic speaks of race issues in media

Areli Rodriguez

March 28, 2013

Eric Deggans, media critic for the Tampa Bay Times, spoke to students Wednesday about how minorities are portrayed in the media and his latest book “Race Baiter: How the Media Wields Dangerous Words to Divide a Nation.” Students learned more about what inspired Deggans to write his book, how he loo...

DOMA unlikely to stay in place

Hansook Oh

March 28, 2013

The United States Supreme Court is likely to strike down the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) as unconstitutional, with an 80 percent probability according to analysts writing for SCOTUSblog. Five justices–Elena Kagan, Sonia Sotomayor, Stephen Breyer, Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Anthony Kennedy–are likely to...

Easter recipes that are better than egg-hunting

Easter recipes that are better than egg-hunting

Brita Potenza

March 27, 2013

Spring is one of my favorite times of year.  Everything becomes green again, flowers bloom and it is a nice little reminder that our semester is almost over and summer is right around the corner.  But my favorite part of spring has to be Easter. When I was a kid, Easter was a big deal.  I grew...

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