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CSUN’s First Coats & Cans 2016 Charity Undie Run

CSUN’s First Coats & Cans 2016 Charity Undie Run

Genna Gold

January 26, 2016

Video by: Tyler Betancourt With the recent surge of Undie Run coverage from around the U.S. being shown on the internet and on popular apps like Snapchat's stories section, it is only proper that CSUN joins in on the fun and strips down for a good cause. Thanks to 22-year-old CSUN business ...

Understanding the ice bucket challenge

Understanding the ice bucket challenge

Leah Arzu

September 10, 2014

    The ALS ice bucket challenge brings up the question: Is it really charitable or is it just a trend?   By Leah Arzu It’s hard to miss the social media phenomenon that has become the “Ice bucket challenge.” The challenge, which began at the end of July, was started in...

Campus organizations compete in week long fundraiser

Campus organizations compete in week long fundraiser

Jesse Ickler

November 22, 2013

Early in November, the California State University, Northridge chapter of Beta Gamma Nu hosted a week long fundraiser to donate toys for kids in need. Twelve organizations from different colleges competed all week collecting points to be tallied on the final day. This obstacle course was the last event...

Greeks compete for Mr. CSUN title at fraternity pageant

Greeks compete for Mr. CSUN title at fraternity pageant

Michelle Dominguez

November 4, 2013

Fraternity brothers competed for the chance to be named Mr. CSUN at the Alpha Omicron Pi (AOII) annual charity event in Plaza del Sol Performance Hall Friday. Similar to pageants such as Miss Universe or Miss USA, the week-long event helped raise money for the Juvenile Arthritis Research Foundation. Three judges sat alongside the stage, armed with a pen and paper. T...

Junior works as president of the “Big Buddies” club, which mentors impoverished youths

Junior works as president of the “Big Buddies” club, which mentors impoverished youths

Trevor Stamp

September 9, 2013

Coming to college is all about new experiences. Do you join a club, or start a new one? How do you immerse yourself into the college community? For Tania Benjamin, 20, attending CSUN was about trying new things. That’s what led her to starting Big Buddies. “I always wanted to start a clu...

CSUN fraternities raise funds for charities

Alison Geller

February 23, 2011

Sigma Phi Epsilon will host a game show-like event Wednesday at 6:00 p.m. at the Plaza del Sol, where the winning team’s charity will receive a monetary donation from the fraternity. The event is called “SigEp Minute to Win It,” after the “Minute to Win It” TV show.  It will consist of...

Out with the Old, in with the New

Michelle Verne

November 29, 2010

Student-Parents at CSUN, Holiday season is a busy time for parents of small children.  One of the reasons is because they're always growing out of everything.  Whether it's clothes or toys, they grow rapidly, physically and mentally.  Before the new stuff comes in, the old stuff has to go.  Since...

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