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Deaf Studies Association creates deaf awareness at CSUN

Senior deaf studies majors Jaspreet Ghotra (left), president of the Deaf Students Association, and Michelle Jones, 24, treasurer of the DSA. The DSA held a fundraiser on Tuesday, Sept. 30 at PizzaRev in Nothridge, Calif. Photo Credit: Alex Vejar/ The Sundial

Allessandra Lopez

October 23, 2014

>>>CORRECTION: The story incorrectly stated that April Kelley is half-deaf the correct term is hard of hearing. Additionally, the story also incorrectly stated that one of the events that took place in the fall to promote the association was called Autism Awarness Lecture Series. The co...

National Center on Deafness celebrates fourth annual Sign n’ Run festival at CSUN

Jessica Estrada

March 22, 2011

Students, friends, family and children filled the Northridge Center in the University Student Union on Sunday in celebration of deaf culture. The National Center on Deafness (NCOD) hosted their fourth annual Sign n’ Run event and festival on Sunday. "We’re here to celebrate deaf culture, deaf p...

CSUN students recount cultural exchange with Japan

Jeff Ishuninov

March 21, 2011

CSUN’s deaf studies department organized a cultural exchange and community service trip for students to Japan 2011. From Jan. 5 through Jan. 22 deaf studies professor Yoko Kobayashi and four deaf studies students traveled to study the culture and history of the country. The trip was possible with...

CSUN deaf studies student publishes a novel

Nikki Erinakis

February 20, 2011

A CSUN Deaf Studies student, who just published a novel, hosted a presentation about her book at the National Center on Deafness on Friday. Leah Bornstein, 20, discussed her new book “Once Upon a Sunshine.” It is about three siblings who set out on a journey and meet vampires on their way....

CSUN alumni stars in ‘The Adventures of Pinocchio’

Jessica Estrada

February 17, 2011

Inside a garage filled with neighborhood kids, Lexi Marman first expressed her desire to stand out from the crowd. This month, she will get an opportunity to express herself again when she performs in the production of “The Adventures of Pinocchio” at Deaf West Theatre in North Hollywood. As a f...

Deaf CSUNians host Miss Deaf CSUN pageant

Christiaan Patterson

February 13, 2011

Silent applause and screams poured out the doors of Plaza del Sol Friday night as judges crowned this year’s Miss Deaf CSUN 2011. Freshman psychology major, Janel Schmidt, from Fremont, kicked off the pageant with the talent portion of the competition, with a dance performance to Bri...

Services for deaf community not so available

Services for deaf community not so available


November 5, 2009

Budget cuts are making it difficult for the deaf and hard of hearing to receive equal access ...

Letters to the editor: Oct. 19, 2009. Where are the interpreters at CSUN?

William Herbe

October 19, 2009

Dear Editor, I am a student in a COMS 356 class with two deaf students.  Throughout this semester these students have been without an interpreter for five out of the 12 class meetings.  I have watched their frustration and emotions overwhelm them to the point of walking out of class in tears. ...

Student run literary magazine gives students outlet for creative work

Aprile Sumague

October 8, 2009

The Northridge Review is CSUN’s homegrown literary magazine, which is published every semester. Pieces such as poetry, fiction, play, essay and artworks are reviewed by the English 412 class, which is run by Mona Houghton. Students, current and former, professors, and people from the greater Northridge...

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