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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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Students take part in the Real Food Challenge Event

Students take part in the Real Food Challenge Event

Students attended the Real Food Challenge event where they can learn about healthy eating and promote a healthy green system. The event took place at the Northridge Center at the USU.

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The Battle After the War

On Point looks at the challenges faced by veterans, and the support offered at CSUN; with veteran Juan Flores, Veterans Resource Center Coordinator Patrina Croisdale, and Disability Resources and Educational Services counselor Joaquin Marinez.

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Students view solar eclipse at Orange Grove

Students view solar eclipse at Orange Grove

Students were at the obeservatory near the orange grove to witness the solar eclipse.

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Chicana/o Studies Department talks about the 45th Anniversary Benefit Concert

Chicana/o Studies Department talks about the 45th Anniversary Benefit Concert

The Canadian Parliament re-opens today, and the stock market soars on news of GM profits. Matador News reporter Cyndy Alvarado gets student reaction to a potential death penalty for the accused murderer of CSUN engineering student Abdullah Alkadi, and reporter Nicky Hathaway talks to Chicana/o Studies Professor Xilomen Herrera about the department’s 45th Anniversary Benefit […]

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Pew research reports 40 percent of internet users have been harassed

Two people are dead after gunmen attack in Ottawa, Canada. Matador News reporter Ericka Sims has the latest on a new report on internet harassment, and reporter Juaneeq Elliott talks to CSUN Political Science Professor Kristy Michaud about women in local politics. Producers: Andrew Pitters and Angelica Arizon Anchors: Jonathan Gripe, Rosanna Siracusa, Stephanie Lopez […]

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Video: Students React to CSUN Student Murder

Video: Students React to CSUN Student Murder

Los Angeles officials offer tips for using Craig’s List safely after a man is arrested for the murder of a CSUN student; Matador News reporter John Salas gets reaction from students. Reporter Samantha Benitz talks to students from CSUN’s Get Real! campaign. Producers: Joaquin Reyes, Evan Stevens, Nancy Moreira and Beau Akers. Anchors: Katherine Murillo, […]

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Rock the Matador Vote

Rock the Matador Vote

Associated Students organized an event to encourage students to vote on Oct. 20 from 10 am-3pm. After walking through an informative tent, students were rewarded with a free burger from The Habit.

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Karla Lara: Artist of Honduran Resistance

Karla Lara: Artist of Honduran Resistance

Through music, Karla Lara participates in the resistance against the Honduran dictatorship. She is prideful of the people who are part of the same fight, which is “La Vida,” she said. Lara spoke and performed in the Nobbes Auditorium at CSUN on October 15.

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Dying to Fit In

Dying to Fit In

On Point looks at media images of men and women, distorted body image and eating disorders, with eating disorder therapist Vanessa Birdsong, JADE President Anne Jensen Smith, and Get Real! project student participant Avery Rodriguez.

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