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Student voices: Maintaining heritage languages

There is an overwhelming lack of foreign language education throughout schools in the United States. Many individuals experience a withdrawal from their mother tongue and either...

Broken screens and malfunctioning phones make big business

Pulling out a smartphone only to watch it free fall onto the concrete is not a pretty picture — in fact, it’s probably one...

Sign n’ Run event draws big crowd

CSUN National Center on Deafness celebrate American Sign Language with festivities.CSUN students gathered in front of the Klotz Health Center to socialize back and...

Students share religious sacrifices they make for Ramadan, Yom Kippur, and...

For many, the purpose of Lent, Ramadan and Yom Kippur is to sacrifice personal desires to develop a closer bond with God and personal...

Professor of religious studies starts Peace Institute in Congo

In summer 2011, Mutombo Nkulu-N’sengha started a Peace Institute in Camino, Congo to address the causes of violence and poverty in the area. N’sengha...

Poet holds workshop to spread awareness of indigenous languages

Xanath Caraza, award-winning poet and professor at University of Missouri, Kansas City, (UMKC) stood reading poems from her book “Conjuro” to a room full...

Faculty, alumni perform as part of Pan-African studies talent show

As part of Black History Month, the CSUN Black Alumni Association and faculty members of the Pan-African Studies department held a talent show filled...

AS to screen ‘Mean Girls’ as part of spring movie series...

Associated Students Productions is hosting a free screening of the cult-hit “Mean Girls” at the USU Northridge Center Thursday at 7 p.m. The film stars...

Men’s Volleyball: Matadors confident following strong homestand

  Following a strong showing during their most recent homestand, the Matadors (2-3, 2-2 MPSF) will head into the bulk of their tough schedule with...

Student protest, petition spark officials to add tickets, extra graduation day

CSUN graduates will now be allowed to request seven tickets instead of four to invite guests to their commencement ceremonies in May after a decision...

CSUN students discuss New Year’s resolutions for 2014

Yet another year has come and gone. At the end of every New Year’s Eve party, Americans gather round to set ambitions for the...

Matador Patrol student honored for bravery, heroism

A Matador Patrol student, who was injured while helping another student, was honored at the Department of Police Services Annual In-Service for heroic service...