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Scholarship named after library dean

Marissa Kindelspire

November 18, 2010

When Conor Lansdale took office as A.S. president this fall, his agenda was not strictly to get the newly appointed senators settled. Instead, after rumblings of a revered faculty member’s retirement, Lansdale spent his time working to create a new scholarship to honor the time Susan Curzon, dean...

Bilingualism is essential to diversity

Madeline Wolff 

November 25, 2009

Multilingualism is an undeniably powerful tool in today’s world—in more ways than one.  Not only can the knowledge of one or more foreign languages assist in boosting one’s resume, it also opens communication with an entirely new world. We all consider the United States to be a melting pot,...

English department launches the Fall 2009 issue of the Northridge Review

Aprile Sumague

October 12, 2009

The Northridge Review release party on Friday night was an intimate event attended by students, professors and writers. This semester’s English 412 class was successful in hosting the launch of the Fall 2009 issue, which contains pieces from Spring 2009. Writers were allowed to read their pieces out lou...

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...

The student media organization of California State University Northridge