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Graduate & Professional School Information Day

Graduate & Professional School Information Day

Over 80 graduate and professional schools participated in the Graduate & Professional School Information Day held at the Northridge Center at the USU on Sept. 29. Students had a chance to meet and speak with representatives. http://amara.org/v/FSoU/

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Open Mic Night: Comedy

Open Mic Night: Comedy

Give us something to laugh about with your stand-up comedy Produced by: Alyse Kollerbohm (Contributor)

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On Point Looks at Radio in a Digital World

On Point Looks at Radio in a Digital World

Guests: DJ Fuze, Danny Calderon, Aron Bender

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Evacuation of Eucalyptus Hall

Evacuation of Eucalyptus Hall

CSUN students react to the Dodgers’ playoff hopes, and to several developing stories of police violence in Los Angeles and around the country. Matador News reporter Vanessa Escalera reports live from the newsroom on this morning’s evacuation of a CSUN Science Building. Producers: Maria Leal and Nikki Hathaway Anchors: Phillip Sugarman, Aracelly Solis, Charne’ Ingram […]

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Banned Books Week Read-Out

Banned Books Week Read-Out

Students and faculty gathered in the AS/RS Viewing Room on September 24 to read and listen to excerpts from books that have been banned in the past. The event featured Craig A. Williams, author of “Mom, Have You Seen My Leather Pants?”

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CSUN students react to Syrian air strikes

CSUN students react to Syrian air strikes

President Obama speaks at the United Nations. Matador News reporter Stephanie Lopez has student reaction to U-S air strikes in Syria. Reporter Andrew Pitters talks about National Punctuation Day with CSUN English Professor and Director of Composition Irene Clark. Producers: Rachel Benshah, Rosanna Siracusa and Chantal Adams Anchors: Ericka Sims, Calsey Cole, Angelica Arizon and […]

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National Saudi Arabia Day Event spreads community awareness

National Saudi Arabia Day Event spreads community awareness

CSUN Saudi Arabia students celebrate the 70th anniversary of National Saudi Arabia Day and hope to encourage other students on Saudi Arabia culture and bridge the gap. The event also provided awareness on the disappearance of Abdulla Alkadi, a member of the CSUN Saudi community. The CSUN Saudi community urges students to participate on twitter […]

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Banned Books Week at CSUN

Banned Books Week at CSUN

President Obama explains his strategy against Islamic militants in Syria, and heads to the United Nations for today’s Climate Summit. Matador News reporter Sharell Huey reports live from campus on the CSU plan to place confidential advocates for sexual assault survivors on all 23 campuses, with reaction from University Counseling Services Director Mark Stevens. And […]

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Students rush to purchase Big Show tickets

Students rush to purchase Big Show tickets

CSUN students rush to buy tickets at the AS Ticket Office for the Big Show, which will feature Laidback Luke. Ticket prices will raise from $20 to $40 starting tomorrow.

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All Work, No Pay

All Work, No Pay

The 1938 Federal Fair Labor Standards Act defines internships clearly, but many employers have found ways around the law, and college students seeking internships may find themselves being exploited instead of gaining experience. On Point looks at internships with CTVA Professor Kim Paul Friedman, attorney Manuel Miller, and former CSUN Career Center counselor Jordan Helo. […]

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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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