Filmmakers Call “Action!” on Campus

CSUN is becoming the home of entertainment as more movie and TV productions continue to shoot on our film-friendly campus.

The sustainability of dumpster diving

Eric Einem is about to go diving, but instead of water, he’s going to plunge into a pile of trash. Those involved in freeganism (a...

Free fun in L.A.

With two months left of summer, here are 10 free things to do before school starts up again this fall.

Where to get your brunch on this Easter Sunday

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If you can’t make it home this year for Easter, treat yourself instead to some of the best Mimosas Brunches LA has to offer.

Getting over the mid-semester bump

Here are some tips in staying focused through the rest of the semester

Relationships Happen: Just give it up already, really

OK ladies, it's been a week and he still hasn’t called. Our gut feeling is telling us to call him again and see if...

Nearby getaways and vacation spots

If you don't want to go too far for the holidays, check out these spots for a local vacation

Coachella 2015: Is It Worth It?

Coachella just announced its 2015 lineup, with many surprises in store for festival goers. Will you be headed to the desert this year?

Student posesses unique passion for literature and music

Mary Estrada is looking forward to next year. “By this time next year, I won’t have to take a math class ever again,” Estrada said. On...

‘Battle’ determines Big Show opening acts

With weeks until the CSUN’s ‘Big Show,’ on Oct. 20, the Associated Students hosted the Big Show Battle. The Big Show Battle took place...

“Sparks” fly on Imogen Heap’s fourth studio album

British singer- songwriter Imogen Heap celebrates this year with her summer release of Sparks, her fourth studio album. Heap is well known in the...

“Caucasian Chalk Circle” opens at CSUN

The CSUN theatre department’s production of Bertolt Brecht’s classic “Caucasian Chalk Circle” opens Friday, Nov. 18 in the VPAC’s Experimental Theatre. “Caucasian Chalk Circle,” based...