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With passage of Measure M, CSUN’s transit story continues

Bus pictured in the CSUN transit center

Nathan Hickling

January 27, 2017

The marked efforts of transit advocates on campus and around Los Angeles found resounding success this past November with the passing of Measure M, which guaranteed another half-cent tax increase to fund public transportation in Los Angeles County.The measure, which passed with support from over 70 pe...

SoCal Gas leak sealed, side effects may remain

The SoCalGas Aliso Canyon Storage facility in Porter Ranch, Calif., on February 10, 2016. The Southern California Gas Co. announced Thursday, Feb. 11, 2016, it has temporarily controlled the flow of gas from a well in a crucial first step in the effort to stop the leak that has forced thousands to flee their homes. (Brian van der Brug/Los Angeles Times/TNS)

Genna Gold

February 16, 2016

The Southern California Gas Co.'s Aliso Canyon storage facility has temporarily sealed the fumes from the gas leak that has taken its toll on the entire San Fernando Valley, including the CSUN campus. The gas company did not expect to have the leak fixed until late February, possibly March, but the ...

Reseda Art Tour honors art and community

An art tour with three forms of art pinned up one wall. FIrst: a street perspective, a portrait of Marilyn Monroe and a scene of bridge and street with bird soaring over

Eliset Zapien

November 16, 2015

For a second year in a row, the Reseda Art Tour provided a cultural destination for Angelinos across the area and build more audience in an attempt to benefit the San Fernando Valley as a whole. The self-guided tour started at the Reseda Neighborhood Council Community Space room on Sherman Way and Lindley...

Gallery shines light on the valley’s art scene from the 1970s to present day

During a field trip, students who attend Northridge Academy High School take notes as they observe the artwork that decorate CSUN's Art Gallery. The exhibit

Samantha Petersen

October 1, 2014

For Southern California residents, the idea of the San Fernando Valley doesn't usually coincide with the idea of a rich, artistic and cultural community. It may relay the thought of the mysterious "valley girl" of the 90s with her gum popping, "like" saying demeanor, or it may conjure the thought o...

LA residents express discomfort with hot weather on social media

Demi Corso

September 15, 2014

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In wake of Napa earthquake, here are some earthquake preparedness tips

The 6.0 Napa earthquake early Sunday morning is a reminder to Californians to be prepared in the case of an emergency. Photo Courtesy of MCT

Vincent Nguyen

August 25, 2014

  A 6.0 earthquake hit Napa Valley at 3:20 a.m. Sunday, causing commotion and damages in the Sonoma County area. There have been more than 100 reported injuries, but no deaths. For residents of the San Fernando Valley, memories of the 1994 Northridge earthquake are still fresh in their minds...

The city of San Fernando finds its voice in a blog

Photo courtesy of April Aguirre

Nicole Socala

March 19, 2014

The San Fernando Valley is wedged into a corner of complaints and stereotypes: A blur of 105 degree summers, a sparse night scene and scattered X-ratings. When stripped of these misconstrued layers, the small community cities within the Valley have a lot to offer. The blog, i am san fernando, id...

Rank San Fernando Valley neighborhoods

Daily Sundial

March 26, 2013

Everyone has assumptions about what it means to be from the San Fernando Valley. What do you think of when you hear someone is from Van Nuys or Chatsworth? Would you rather walk around at night in Pacoima or Woodland Hills? What isn't as well maintained, Winnetka or Sherman Oaks? Rank neighborhoods...

CSUN fraternity holds annual turkey drive

Melody Cherchian

November 20, 2012

A few days before Thanksgiving, her husband lost his job. She looked at her two children and felt a pang as she thought of how to tell them they couldn’t afford a Thanksgiving dinner this year. One day, Genevieve Sosa, 41, a wife and mother of two, was gathered with 15 other families in the lo...

Chatsworth theater premieres San Fernando Valley’s largest movie screen

Ashley Soley-Cerro

May 12, 2011

Chatsworth’s Winnetka 21 Theater recently premiered the largest movie screen in the San Fernando Valley. Audiences could experience the largest movie screen in the Valley for the first time midnight May 6, for the opening weekend of Thor 3D. The screen measures at 71 feet by 41 feet 9 inches and ...

Best of: thrift stores in the San Fernando Valley

Brian De Los Santos

March 3, 2011

Wasteland Current fashion trends should not be compromised when thrift shopping. Wasteland, a consignment shop, inspires its shoppers to browse through their racks of clothes, shoes and accessories through display windows that present thrift store fashion. Although the ...

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