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The Cognitive Science of Religion: A new approach to the study of religion

Illustration By Kristine Delicana/ Illustrations Editor

Manny D. Araujo

October 31, 2014

A new approach to the study of religion is using cognitive science to try reach a new understanding of religious behavior and thought. Cognitive science of religion is a 20-year-old field that uses methods from disciplines such as anthropology, philosophy and psychology to understand how our...

Negotiations between the CSU and faculty

Negotiations between the CSU and faculty

Asher Silberman

February 12, 2014

In today's news: Negotiations continue between the CSU and the faculty over salaries and workload. Matador News reporter Emerald Zellers talks to CSUN Cinema & Television Arts professor Nate Thomas about those negotiations. Anchors: Merrita Llarena, Mihkel Teemant and Tara Soudbaksh. Producers:...

Students say they take professor ratings ‘with a grain of salt’

Natalie Estrada

February 15, 2011

For decades, college students have shared with each other information about which professors to take and which ones to avoid.  This is exactly what students are doing on, but on an international scale. Currently, there are about 3,000 CSUN faculty members, both past and present,...

$500,000 grant given to several CSUN programs to battle childhood obesity

Angela Melero

November 8, 2010

CSUN faculty and students are using a $500,000 grant from the U.S Department of Housing and Urban Development to combat child obesity in the community. The funded project, which will begin in January, is a three-pronged approach that aims to bring vital changes in a child’s academic routine through...

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