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Dr. Brady Helps Students Spotlight Skills

Norma Palacios
August 6, 2014
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While archeology is the study of human activity of the past, it also has become about writing.  For CSULA cave archeologist and anthropology instructor Dr. James E. Brady, students are taught to put their writing skills into practice during his academic writing and publishing class. There are re...

Broadcast Journalism Instructors Share Career Experience

Norma Palacios
August 6, 2014
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If you want to be an effective journalist and communicator there are ways for you to hone those skills. Television Production and Broadcast Journalism Instructor Anthony Cox, explained students are given the building blocks to utilize their talent. “There are two things I focus on,” he sa...

Recent CSULA Fraternity Graduates Discuss Future

Norma Palacios
August 6, 2014
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Brotherhood is used to describe a fraternity, but for CSULA graduate Reuben Komisar said being part of CSULA’s Phi Pi Alpha Fire Fraternity means more. As its President he knows two things he’ll miss most. “The friendships,” he said, “and the volunteering.” With the ...

Fraternity President Brandon Herrera Spotlights Sigma Lambda Beta

Norma Palacios
August 5, 2014
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Before transferring to CSULA, Sigma Lambda Beta Fraternity President Brandon Herrera has seen the importance of being involved on campus. Now, as a handful of fraternities and sororities look toward drawing student interest, Herrera reason for his involvement is simple. He said it’s becau...

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