The spring installment of Matador Nights brought together the old and the new with a club scene outdoors and a classic Las Vegas theme indoors. The event was hosted by the University Student Union (USU) and was filled to capacity despite the rain. A crowd gathered behind the velvet ropes and rushed in once the […]
The African Studies Interdisciplinary Minor Program held a symposium that discussed why Africa is having an environmental crisis and what can be done to prevent future damage. The event, Sustainability in the African World: A Call for Collective Action, focused on environmental issues in Africa, in observance of Earth Day. Tom Spencer-Walters, Pan-African Studies professor, […]
CSUN students crowded Cleary Walk as part of the Cesar Chavez Service Fair to get opportunities to volunteer around the community. The purpose of the fair is to get students to participate and become leaders within an organization to make a difference within their community. Chavez was an American civil rights leader who founded the […]
On March 16 the Matador women’s basketball team defeated the Cal Poly Mustangs to make it to the NCAA conference. They will play the University of South Carolina Gamecocks on March 23. Here’s what some CSUN students thought about their win.
Hosts: Trené Todd and Jonny Green Guests: Maggie Stoicof (Project DATE), Sari Lipsett (CALCASA)
Guests: CSUN Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Brandon Martin, CSUN Women’s Volleyball Head Coach Jeff Stork and CSUN Faculty Athletics Representative Tina Kiesler.
Story by Pete Camarillo Students packed the Northridge Center searching for jobs and internships in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) industry at the Career Center’s bi-annual Tech Fest. Students and alumni had a chance to make first impressions with recruiters from companies including Amgen, South Coast Engineering Group, Deluxe Media, Webcor Builders, Woodward, […]
How flu vaccines are made, how they work, and why CSUN students should get them. Featuring UCLA Epidemiologist Dr. Jack Sahl, and CSUN Health Science Professor Sloane Burke.
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.
The fourth annual CSUNopoly provided students information about saving money in college, and transformed the USU into a clever board game styled event reminiscent of Monopoly. Students collected information and handouts from tables around the board game themed USU. The booths were colored to create the nostalgic feel of Monopoly properties. Experts tabled at a […]
In today’s newscast, Matador News reporter Alex Corey reports about CSUN students trying to raise money for a senior class gift, as the controversy over graduation tickets continues. And we have the latest on the Winter Olympics, the snowstorms on the east coast, and the rain here in Northridge. Anchors: Lorena Mejia, Erin O’Mara, Bryan […]
Today’s show looks at smoking regulations on the CSUN campus, the latest on this season’s flu epidemic, and the aftermath of the Super Bowl, with anchors Jamie Pityinger, Danny Max and Rebecca Lopez. Reporter Shelby Thompson interviews CSUN grad student Justin Marx about his project to raise awareness of the high incarceration rates in the […]