Students fill Sierra Quad for Big Show 5

With talks of weekend rain, Marina Terteryan, director of concerts for Student Productions And Campus Entertainment, hoped nothing would ruin the CSUN's Big Show 5. "Unless there's pouring water and the earth opens up, the show goes on," Terteryan said Saturday. Rain...

CSUN looks to continue run of good play against LMU

Finally starting to play better as of late, the CSUN baseball team will now prepare to face the Loyola Marymount Lions at 3p.m. today at Matador Field. So far in May, CSUN has been able to snap its 14-game Big West Conference losing...

Northridge Open prepares track team for Big West

The Matadors track and field team wrapped up their regular season by setting a few personal records as they hosted the Northridge Open. The Open had a little bit of everything with athletes from local High Schools competing, all the way up to...

Local bars to get you through endless nights of studying

As finals week rapidly approaches, it seems fitting that the Daily Spotlight publish something to help students with their studying. But as a semi-typical college student, I know that some blas? list of "study tips" would be about as helpful as instructions to construct...

Big Show 5 proves big fun for CSUN students

CSUN hosted two most explosive bands, Jimmy Eat World and Taking Back Sunday, at the fifth annual Big Show Sunday. The show was coordinated by the Associated Students' Student Productions and Campus Entertainment division. Limited activity in the Sierra Quad made it obvious that...

CTVA Student Film Showcase awards filmmakers

T he Department of Cinema and Television Arts presented its 15th Annual Student Film Showcase at the Leonard H. Goldenson Theater Wednesday night to salute students' skills and award filmmakers Alan Armer, alumni Darren Grant and comedian Sinbad. The showcase, hosted by Sinbad,...

In mayoral race, the city of L.A. will be the loser

After a slow start following the March primary, the race to become the next mayor of Los Angeles has heated up in the past few weeks. At first, the candidates seemed to be hiding. The first debate took place at 5 p.m., when...

L.A. billboards offer up a proclamation

Spanish television networks, radio stations and newspapers have become a billion dollar empire, and in this empire, the Burbank-based Univision is king. So when KRCA Channel 62, a Spanish-language independent station, needed to come up with a new advertising campaign, they needed something that...

Worship at the fountain of youth

Twenty years ago, Philip Wagner and his wife Holly founded the Oasis Christian Center as a Bible study group operating out of a friend's home in Beverly Hills. Eventually, the congregation grew large enough to move into the Destiny Theater on Wilshire Boulevard...

Group raises awareness of American Indian culture

The American Indian Student Association at CSUN has been creating cultural awareness for almost 30 years, and informing the campus community that the American Indian culture is alive in the United States. "We want people to know that American Indians are still alive," said...