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CSUN program helps students, community reduce stuttering

Christiaan Patterson

March 16, 2011

The Acadamy Award winning film, “The King’s Speech” allowed audiences a glimpse into the struggles that stutterers. Such as  those King of England faced on a daily basis. Stuttering is a communication disorder and at CSUN it is treated regularly at the Speech Center. Since 1960, the center, located in Monterey Hall, has offered treatment for both st...

Oscar predictions

Alison Geller

February 24, 2011

It’s that time of year again when a bunch of film buffs try our hands at predicting who is going to walk away with the coveted little golden man. Best Supporting Actor Christian Bale (“The Fighter”), John Hawkes (“Winter's Bone”), Jeremy Renner (“The Town”), Mark Ruffalo (“The Kids Are All Right”), Geo...

The King’s Speech review

Alison Geller

February 10, 2011

One wouldn’t think a two-hour film about a dead monarch’s speech impediment could be a captivating, amusing and inspirational story; “The King’s Speech,” however, is just that. “The King’s Speech,” directed by Tom Hooper and written by David Seidler is a moving story about friendship an...

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