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Students take part in Campus Sustainability Day, learn to be environmentally green

The CSUN Botanic Garden has a wide variety of tropical flowers and plants that grows inside their green house.

Yocasta Arias

October 20, 2015

Students and faculty gathered on Tuesday to learn more about campus sustainability and how be environmentally friendly in their daily lives. The seventh annual Campus Sustainability Day took place in CSUN's University Student Union and three lecture sessions ran throughout the day. Professors talked ab...

Stanford psychology professor discusses how virtual reality can transform education

Stanford University professor Jeremy Bailenson believes virtual reality can one day be used for education.

Michael J. Arvizu

December 6, 2014

By Mengran Wu Dr. Jeremy Bailenson holds an impressive resume. He is the founding director of the Virtual Human Interaction Lab at Stanford University, an associate professor at Stanford’s Department of Communication, faculty director of Stanford’s Digital Forum, and a senior fellow at...

Author speaks about various Israeli perspectives and cultures

Donna Rosenthal the author of

Mateo Melero

April 24, 2014

The media has done well in depicting Israel as a nation in constant conflict, according to journalist Donna Rosenthal, and the confusion expressed by a former student of hers about the country and its peoples, was enough to write a book. Rosenthal spoke to CSUN students about her book “The Israeli...

Anthropologist explores link between social bonding and exercise

Emma Cohen gave a lecture on the Evolutionary and Psychological Perspectives on Group Exercise on April 23rd at the USU Grand Salon (Photo Credit: David J. Hawkins/Photo Editor)

Devan Patel

April 23, 2014

  Emma Cohen, a professor at the Institute of Cognitive and Evolutionary Anthropology at the University of Oxford, discussed her research on the correlation between social bonding and group exercise today in the Grand Salon. The lecture, Brains, Brawn and Social Bonds: Evolutionary and ...

Students glean wisdom from CBS daytime TV vice president

Students glean wisdom from CBS daytime TV vice president

Clarissa Corona

November 15, 2013

The Gender and Women’s Studies Department welcomed the Senior Vice President of CBS Daytime Entertainment to Nordoff Hall Thursday. Angelica McDaniel’s oversees CBS’ top-rated daytime lineup, and brought her expertise to the lecture hall completely filled with students and a couple faculty me...

Four panelist lecture series focuses on Voting Rights Act

Four panelist lecture series focuses on Voting Rights Act

Lucas Esposito

October 15, 2013

CSUN students gathered at the Northridge Center for the "Gender, Race, Identity and the Law in our Lives" lecture series. At the GRILL lecture a four panelist discussion took place about the Voting Rights Act. ...

Psychology professor touts “I Can I Will” philosophy

Mayra Escobedo

November 26, 2012

Psychology professor Dr. Frederick Elias spoke to students about the philosophy behind his book “I Can I Will: Dynamics for Personal Success” as part of Beat the Blues Week Monday. The I Can I Will philosophy is motivational for increasing your self-esteem, managing your emotions and avoiding...

Lecture on language of presidential elections brings insight on campaigns to CSUN

Gabrielle Moreira

September 28, 2012

Henry De Sio, Jr., former deputy assistant for President Obama, spoke before 200 people at the USU Grand Salon Thursday night about his experiences as chief operating officer of the Obama for America campaign in 2008. In his lecture, “How Language Will Shape the 2012 Election,” De Sio shared his...

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