Former cheerleader helps raise money for international students

When Jackie Hiegert reminisces about her days in college, she does not cringe at the memory of heavy textbooks and homework assignments. Instead, she...

CSUN alumnus makes ‘Sports Illustrated,’ becomes professor

It is an impressive shot. A man, at full stretch, skims the dark surface.  His ski, angled sharply, sends jets of water in every direction. He...

First-elected student body president leaves his mark

Frank St. Denis attended San Fernando State College at a time when the price per unit was only $29 and there were only 1,000...

Former Los Angeles Times reporter is keynote speaker for Founders Day

While working as a managing editor for the Daily Sundial, Kevin Roderick was involved in discovering that Associated Students had committed election fraud. Roderick said...

Alumni reunite for Founders Day and receive tour of Valley Performing...

Former CSUN faculty and alumni will reunite Friday at the annual Founders Day event. This year’s festivities will include the rededication of the dial fountain...

Meet the man behind Universal Studio’s Halloween Horror Nights

The Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios Hollywood is an annual event that serves as a playground for horror movie fanatics and newcomers to...

Activist speaks about his involvement in the Civil Rights Movement

In February of 1960, black students from Fisk University began weekly sit-ins at white-only lunch counters in Nashville, Tennessee.  Armed only with the...

Clubs and organizations to temporarily receive less money from Associated Students

CSUN clubs and organizations will receive less funding in the next couple of weeks until Associated Students (A.S.) receives its portion of freshman...

CSUN professors say nation’s economy will ‘continue to grow, just not...

It should be no surprise to anyone that the economy is not at its best. With all the jargon about the Federal Reserve and banks,...

New efficient printing system for students was presented to the University...

The University Student Union’s Board of Directors discussed the new GoPrint system in the USU’s computer lab and reviewed the 2009-2010 financial audit. Two members...

The Walkmen play old hits and new songs off of “Lisbon,”...

The sound of an East Coast winter blew into Los Angeles nightclub The Music Box as the band The Walkmen arrived to support their...

Infantree releases album, culminating a year’s work in one night

The band “Infantree” celebrated the release of their new CD entitled “Would Work” Tuesday at Los Angeles nightclub The Mint. It took a year of...
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