Today’s Majors Fair is designed to help undeclared CSUN students find their future Matador News reporter Melissa Trahin talks to Sundial Senior Sales Representative Maria Hubbard about the Most Unexceptional of CSUN issue of the Sundial Matador News reporter Aarica Roberson reports on the upcoming Grad Fest. Anchors: Romy Ginsberg, Lorena Mejia, Erin […]
An exhibition of self-portraits is on display at the CSUN Art Gallery.Matador News reporter Jared Nealeigh talks to curator and Art Department Professor Mario Ontiveros. CSUN students complain about Los Angeles traffic. Anchors: Nathaly Alcala, Josselyn Partida, Sharon Shin and Gloria Star. Producers: Katie Fauskee, David Lujan and Mahina Haina.
Rising tension in Ukraine. Matador News reporter Danny Max talks to Veterans Research Center Interim Coordinator Ian Smith about the situation. Anchors: Nikki Edenedo, Merrita Llarena and Rebecca Lopez. Producers: Shelby Thompson and Yajayra Gil.
CSUN students react to an FDA proposal for clearer and simpler food labeling, and Matador News reporter Aarica Roberson talks to Journalism Professor Dr. Marcella De Veaux about “Covering Greatness:The Life and Death of Nelson Mandela”, a panel discussion sponsored by the National Association of Black Journalists and the Student Association of Black Communicators. Anchors: […]
CSUN students prepare for the weekend rain and the Oscars. Matador News reporter Laura Camelo talks to CSUN Spanish Professor Elias Ramos about the ongoing protests against the Venezuelan government. Anchors: Ala Errebhi, Mahina Haina, Lauren Llanos and Rosie Rodriguez. Producers: Jacquelyn Koenig and Alejandra Vasquez.
Rain is on the way to Southern California, and Matador News reporter Mihkel Teemant talks to Geography professor Helen Cox about how the storm may or may not ease the drought emergency. Anchors: Jamie Pityinger, Nicole Edenedo and Danny Max Producers: Rodrigo Carbonel, SHelby Thompson and Monica Olivas
CSUN students react to Governor Brown’s proposals to ease problems created by drought Matador News reporter Shanade Garcia talks to the head coach of the CSUN women’s volleyball team. Anchors: Victoria Lopez, Stephanie Murguia, Aarica Roberson and Sal Samayoa. Producers: Jessica Hernandez, Romy Ginsberg and Timothy Whitfield.
Retired CSUN Sociology Professor Lewis Yablonsky dies at age 89 of natural causes at his home in Santa Monica. Matador News reporter Rosie Rodriguez talks to Sundial reporter Devon Patel about potholes. Anchors: Karina Garibaldi, Karen Guzelian, David Lujan and Jared Nealeigh. Producers: Nathaly Alcala, Nick Popham and Sharon Shin.
CSUN students respond to Jimmy Fallon’s debut on the Tonight Show. Reporter Tara Soudbaksh talks to Sundial Arts & Entertainment Editor Jennifer Luxton. Anchors: Nicole Edenedo, Danny Max and Jamie Pityinger Producers: Rodrigo Carbonel and Rebecca Lopez
In today’s news: CSUN students prepare for Valentine’s Day, and Matador News reporter Courtney Wallace talks to CSUN Elementary Education professor Lynn Melby Gordon about her study of twins in kindergarten. Anchors: Shanade Garcia, Ben Ladiana, Jeanette Orallo and Natalie Palacios. Producers: Melissa Trahin, Timothy Whitfield and Alex Corey.
A new study says college graduates may make, on average, more than $15,000 a year more than high school graduates. And CSUN retires an athletic jersey in honor of its faculty. Anchors: Cherney Amhara, Alejandra Vasquez, Alyssa Vieyra and Robert Zamora. Producers: Kortney Foust and Mahina Haina.
In today’s news: Negotiations continue between the CSU and the faculty over salaries and workload. Matador News reporter Emerald Zellers talks to CSUN Cinema & Television Arts professor Nate Thomas about those negotiations. Anchors: Merrita Llarena, Mihkel Teemant and Tara Soudbaksh. Producers: Edgar Gaona and Rebecca Lopez