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Mental health issues and resources at CSUN

Mental health issues and resources at CSUN

As Northern California residents face wildfires, and Cabo residents clean up after tropical storm Odile, Matador News reporter Akeisha Nabeta reports live from CSUN campus about National Preparedness Month. And reporter Nancy Mijares is live with the Sundial Editor-in-Chief Andrew Martinez to talk about mental health issues and resources here on campus. Field Producers: Scott […]

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Wellness event informs students on maintaining health and their well-being

Wellness event informs students on maintaining health and their well-being

The Student Recreation Center (SRC), Klotz Student Health Center and University Counseling services are inviting students to this fall’s “Welcome to Wellness.” Students are encouraged to enjoy free activities, educational workshops, wellness exhibits and information booths on campus health and wellness resources.

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Matador News talks to CSUN athletic director Brandon Martin

Matador News talks to CSUN athletic director Brandon Martin

The heat continues in Los Angeles, the Federal Reserve signals continued low interest rates, and President Obama says he’s not ready yet to send U-S troops against ISIS. Matador News reporter Jasmin Dalton talks to CSUN Athletic Director Brandon Martin about the new Blacktop at the Matadome.

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EOP celebrates 45 years

EOP celebrates 45 years

CSUN students and EOP community join together to celebrate the 45 years that the EOP program has provided to improve the education of students. Free food, beverages, music and prizes were handed out to students participating in the event.

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CSUN students try to beat the heat

CSUN students try to beat the heat

It’s the third day of a record-breaking heat wave in Los Angeles, and Matador News reporter Kelsey Ducklow reports live from the CSUN campus on students’ strategies for beating the heat. Reporter Beau Akers talks to Assistant Stage Manager Josh Cooper about the upcoming production of ‘Juarez: A Mexican Docudrama’, a presentation of oral histories of […]

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Metro Bus Fare Hike

Metro Bus Fare Hike

CSUN students react to the recent increase of the Metro Bus fare. Visit this website for more information on the new prices starting on September 15 www.metro.net/riding/new-fares-sept/

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Matador News: CSUN students react to the Ray Rice situation

Matador News: CSUN students react to the Ray Rice situation

Secretary of State John Kerry was in Iraq to meet with the new country’s prime minister, as President Obama prepares his speech about ISIS; Matador reporter Chantal Adams talked to Journalism Professor David Blumenkrantz about the U.S. reaction to the situation. It’s National Suicide Prevention Week, and Matador News reporter Rosanna Siracusa talked to the […]

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Students enjoy first Monday Night Football event at the Pub

Students enjoy first Monday Night Football event at the Pub

  Students talk about their experience watching Monday Night Football at the Pub Sports Grill for the first time this year.

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Students speak about hazing during rush week

Students speak about hazing during rush week

  CSUN students discuss hazing during rush week.

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USU is transformed into Las Vegas casino for Matador Nights

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 […]

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Symposium discusses sustainability concerns in the African world

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, […]

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Cesar Chavez Service Fair held to promote volunteer opportunities

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 […]

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