CSUN police investigate mass shooting threat

CSUN police have begun investigating reports of a mass shooting threat being made against CSUN on Wednesday, Dec. 5. CSUN Chief of Police Anne Glavin stated in a press release that they are aware of the message, “Mass shooting in Sierra Hall 12/12/18,” written on...

The best disco in town: A playlist curated by CSUN’s discogod

Enjoy a few disco songs by one of CSUN's truest disco fans

Women’s basketball holds on to defeat San Diego State

In a split weekend, the Matadors (5-6) survived a 34-point surge in the fourth quarter from the Aztecs (5-5) to win 77-74 at home.After some stellar defense by CSUN held SDSU to seven points in the first quarter, a solid lead was gradually built...

No Diane, no problem for men’s basketball

The men's basketball team pulled out a tight win over Cal State San Marcos despite missing leading scorer Lamine Diane.

Faculty Senate votes against implementation plan of EO 1100-R

The Faculty Senate voted to not participate in the implementation of EO 1100-R as students and faculty continue to protest against the Executive Orders

The ’90s coming back in style

Everything we missed from our childhood are now back for millennials to enjoy

Men’s soccer head coach reflects on time at CSUN

Men's soccer head coach Terry Davila thinks back on his experiences at CSUN.

The Blues Project hosts Beat the Blues Week at CSUN

Beat the Blues Week was a success, spreading positivity and support for all students who struggle with mental health

Men’s basketball secures first road win

Men's basketball earns win over Pepperdine in back-and-forth affair

From basketball star to successful businessman

Markus Carr, a CSUN graduate and former student athlete, reminisces on his time as a basketball player