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Unified We Serve talks ‘TRASH’ and promotes sustainability awareness

Unified We Serve talks ‘TRASH’ and promotes sustainability awareness

Pete D. Camarillo

March 4, 2014

Students participated in activities to promote awareness of sustainability on campus and their everyday lives, at the Let’s Talk TRASH (Together Rise and Serve Humanity) event held at the USU yesterday. Unified We Serve transformed the USU into a festival of sustainability. Booths lined the P...

Unified We Serve displays donations on the steps of the Oviatt Library

Unified We Serve displays donations on the steps of the Oviatt Library

John Saringo-Rodriguez

November 14, 2013

For those living below poverty or working with a low income, a well-balanced meal may be a luxury. One cannot truly comprehend the value of a can of beans or a hand-me-down sweater unless one has also experienced poverty. Donated food and clothing can make a tremendous difference in a persons well-bein...

Attendees of free steak dinner met with surprise

Attendees of free steak dinner met with surprise

Samantha Tata

November 3, 2011

Unified We Serve hosted a free steak dinner for students and faculty in the Northridge Center Tuesday night, and guests were in for a surprise. The dinner was, in fact, a poverty simulation, in which only some guests would actually sit down to steak, said Eunice Eugenio, member of Unified We Serve. “E...

CSUN hosts fundraisers for autism this week

Sigourney B. Nuñez

April 18, 2011

A single puzzle piece is the national symbol for autism awareness. It is also, the driving force behind the philanthropic work done by CSUN’s volunteer program, Unified We Serve. According to Autism Speaks, the largest autism science and advocacy organization in the country, it is estimated that...

CSUN fraternities raise money for Autism Speaks at hot dog eating contest

Samantha Tata

February 17, 2011

CSUN’s Interfraternal Council (IFC) held a hot dog eating contest Tuesday to benefit Autism Speaks, the nation’s largest advocacy group for autism research. Through chapter participation and on-site donations, IFC raised the largest campus donation this year of $1,960 for ...

Donations from Unified We Serve’s food and clothing drive helps families during Thanksgiving

Reanna Delgadillo

November 23, 2010

Unified We Serve’s food and clothing drive collected donations on the steps of the Oviatt Library last week to help families in need around the Thanksgiving holiday. On Saturday, local families were able to  go to Meet Each Need with Dignity (MEND), a privately funded facility that provides ...

Unified We Serve partners with campus community to collect items for donations

Antoine Abou-Diwan

November 18, 2010

Unified We Serve concluded its second annual clothing and food drive Wednesday. The organization collected food, clothing and books for underprivileged families in the San Fernando Valley and displayed the items on the steps in front of the Oviatt Library. “We want to show the campus the...

A.S. vice president challenges senators to participate in food, clothing drive

Adria Brodie

October 26, 2010

The introduction of the 2nd Annual CSUN Campus Clothing and Food Drive sparked a friendly competition between Senate members Tuesday as the A.S. vice president challenged them to get involved in the cause. Neil Sanchez said he wanted A.S. student leadership entities, which consist of the Senate...

Big Show glow stick funds donated to Autism Speaks

Adria Brodie

October 19, 2010

A.S. and SPACE were recognized for being the first entities on campus to take on a campus-wide challenge against autism. Ali Garcia, the executive director of SPACE, and Justin Weiss, coordinator for the Unified We Serve volunteer program at CSUN, presented a  $1,693 check to the executive director...

CSUN students, staff among thousands who participated in AIDS Walk

Liana Hofer

October 18, 2010

Against a gray and misty backdrop, several CSUN groups cheerfully gathered Sunday morning to participate in the 26th annual Los Angeles AIDS Walk. Despite the dismal weather, spirits were high in support of the cause, as nearly 275 CSUN students and staff joined a reported 30,000 support...

‘Hands for Haiti’ benefit concert raises money

Juana Esquivel

February 28, 2010

    CSUN’s Hands for Haiti, a benefit concert for those devastated by the Haiti earthquake was held Friday night. The event, which was held in the Northridge Center of the University Student Union (USU) showcased students and professionals to raise money for the Hope for Haiti Now fou...

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