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Workers set up display for African American art.

Letter to the editor: don’t forget the social sciences

Contributor October 8, 2015

While I appreciate the passion and emphasis behind your September 24th editorial (“Time to make science popular”), I’m concerned about its limited conception of what science includes....

A technician holds up a used flow cell.

Letter to the editor: science will surely drive us into a brighter future

Contributor October 6, 2015

I was delighted to see the editorial “Time to make science popular.” Such attention at CSUN is rare. I agree that science needs to be accessible to the public, including to non-science majors...

A view of the Griffith Observatory with Downtown Los Angeles, California, in the background. (Wally Skalij/Los Angeles Times/MCT)

Editorial: a double standard at the expense of science education

Contributor September 23, 2015

Descended from religion and philosophy, science is what has kept societies from suicidal destruction for centuries. The science buildings at CSUN prove our progress and innovation. While the prestigiousness...

Illustration by Kristine Delicana/Illustrations Editor

CSUN’s new celestial astronomy club

Melisa Fumbarg November 15, 2014

The members of the CSUN Astronomy Club share a passion for anything and everything celestial and host numerous activities that engage the whole CSUN community, from movie nights to discussions. “I...

World-renowned astrophysicist discusses extraterrestrial life

David Saakyan October 28, 2010

The topic of extraterrestrial life through bacterial examination was discussed Wednesday afternoon. The Physics department hosted the lecture, which was presented by world-renowned Indian astrophysicist...

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