Vegetable Egg Scramble: Kestrel’s College Cooking 6

One meal which I started making this fall is a vegetable egg scramble. I use what vegetables I have available to me. Earlier this fall I really enjoyed using green beans as part of this but as it is late September I no longer have any fresh one so its Continue Reading

Shibuya’s Hachiko Scramble in 24 Hours ★ ONLY in JAPAN

Welcome the HACHIKO’s scramble square in front of SHIBUYA station The busiest ,craziest most colorful, the loudest place in all of Tokyo “The scramble” just in front of SHIBUYA station has been featured in many international movies and TV broadcasts It’s pulse of the city… Wait Wait Wait Wait Before Continue Reading

I’m a Matador: Michelle Vicary

When I first set foot on campus I was eager to chart my course. CSUN helped me to discover a new destination, my destination, and it provided me with the concepts and the skills to get there. When I left CSUN, I knew how to find and seize opportunities. I Continue Reading

I’m a Matador: Micheal Grillo

The moment I first set foot on campus, my world expanded. I was presented with a wonderful opportunity, to grow, to ponder, to discover my strengths. I learned to make my own decisions at CSUN, to assume responsibility. When I left CSUN, I was ready for the next phase of Continue Reading

Fallout From College Admissions Scandal Arrests, Damage Control and a Scramble for Answers The Ne

Fallout From College Admissions Scandal Arrests, Damage Control and a Scramble for Answers The Ne BOSTON — Two of the colleges caught up in said on Wednesday that they were considering disciplining students who were connected to the scheme. And the fallout from the case was just beginning. Colleges where Continue Reading

Animals of the ARC: Gigi

This week on Animals of the ARC we would like you to meet Gigi. Gigi is an extremely affectionate dog and everyone falls in love with her sweet personality the moment they see her. She came to us from a high kill shelter, and we believed she’s around eight years Continue Reading

I’m a Matador: Steve Rabuchin

When I first set foot on campus, it was a huge step forward. The first in my family to attend college. I was determined to make the most of it. Studying business at CSUN, I gained key management and leadership skills, but I also explored art, the mind, and the Continue Reading

I’m a Matador: Andrew Anagnost

When I first set foot on campus, it was a chance to start over. I was stepping out of a rocky past and into a fresh chapter, a new lease on life. Once at CSUN I immersed myself in studies of the physical world, embraced the campus community, and learn Continue Reading