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Trans Resource Fair promotes awareness

In celebration of Trans-Awareness week, CSUN students and faculty were invited to the fair and received information on CSUN’s first queer sorority, how to practice safe sex and about T-FFED a recovering/healing space for tarns and gender diverse individuals struggling with eating disorders.

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CSUN’s Blues Project highlights depression awareness

Western New York State is buried by record snowfall. Matador News Reporter Angelica Arizon has a report on the LAUSD decision to require ethnic studies in its high schools. Reporter Amy Martinez talk to Blues Project President Stephanie Lerma about depression awareness. Producers: Kourtney Williams, Jonathan Gripe, Andrews Pitters, Chantal Adams, Evan Mederos and Mike […]

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CSUN students register for spring classes

Funerals are taking place today in Jerusalem for the victims of a terrorist attack. The NFL suspends Adrian Peterson without pay for the rest of the season. Matador News Reporter Sabella Scalise has the latest on registration for Spring 2015 classes. Producers: Nancy Moreira, Samantha Benitz and Ken Harvey Anchors: Joaquin Reyes, Nicole Sands, Briseida […]

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Sundial’s Job Fair

Drivers strike at the Port of Los Angeles, and CSU Trustees meet in Long Beach. Matador News reporter Helen Mora talks to the American Indian Student Association’s Pauline Alvarez about the annual Powwow set for November 29th, and reporter Nicky Hathaway talked to Sundial Faculty Advisor Gretchen Macchiarella about today’s newsroom Job Fair. Producers: Jareena […]

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Veterans Block Party Celebration Event

This event was hosted because of Veterans Awareness week to celebrate CSUN Vets Produced by: Alyse Kollerbohm, contributer

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Voting for a new faculty contract

A mother in Oregon is charged with the murder of her autistic son, and House Speaker John Boehner says he’ll use the GOP majority in Congress to dismantle the Affordable Care Act. Matador News reporter Phillip Sugarman talks to CSUN Cinema and Television Arts Professor Nate Thomas about the tentative agreement between the faculty and […]

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Students discuss on changes to commencement

CSUN students voiced their concerns and opinions on the changes of the Spring 2015 graduation ceremony at the USU.

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Californians go to the polls today

People across the country are voting to determine which party will have control of the U.S. Congress, and Californians have a full slate of propositions to decide as well as who will be the next governor. Matador News reporter Evan Stevens reports on why some CSUN students don’t vote, and reporter Katherine Murillo talks to […]

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Overdosing America

On Point looks at the abuse of prescription drugs and the different ways one can receive treatment, with Tarzana Treatment Centers’ Director of Residential and Outpatient Programs Dr. Stan Galperson, and a recovering addict, ‘Ali’.

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Students give tips on how to stay safe during Halloween

Halloween season arrives at CSUN as students give tips such as having a flashlight, carrying pepper spray, and staying with a group of people when venturing out into the halloween festivities. Produced by: Delmy Moran, Contributor

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Students performed at the EOP Free Speech event

EOP hosted its annual Free Speech Event at Matador Square. Students were invited to perform original or adapted pieces of poetry, spoken word, or slam poetry.

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Men’s Basketball: One minute with Stephen Maxwell

Men’s Basketball: One minute with Stephen Maxwell

The Sundial sits down with Preseason Big West All-Conference team forward Stephen Maxwell. The CSUN senior shares some of his interests in this speed interview. Watch to find out who Maxwell thinks is the funniest player on the team. He also goes into his favorite music and food. Stay posted for more coverage on Maxwell […]

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