Associated Students passed a motion to allocate $5,000 to the Black Student Union (BSU) to fund two major events next semester, despite their poor financial history with AS, and $1050 to the CSUN Percussion Club for Day of Percussion. The BSU requested $9,750 from AS to fund their event of Black History Month and […]
By Taya Zoormandan Associated Students (AS) President Tiffany Zaich shared the results of the commencement ceremony survey at the AS meeting this morning, which over 4,300 CSUN students completed and used to share their input regarding locations and ceremony types. “The top choice of the four we put on the survey was the Oviatt Library […]
CSUN students are voting on changing the location of future graduation ceremonies. Matador News reporter Rosanna Siracusa talks to AS Senator Heston Jayasinghe and students about the possible changes. Reporter Ruben Arias talks to Sundial sports Editor Pete Camarillo about CSUN basketball. Producers: Evan Mederos, Rachel Benshah and AJ Romero. Anchors: Kourtney Williams, Jasmin Dalton, […]
CSUN students voiced their concerns and opinions on the changes of the Spring 2015 graduation ceremony at the USU.
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.
The Associated Students (AS) senate voted to approve the $2 per student, per semester fee to go toward the California State Student Association (CSSA), a statewide student organization which represents students on all 23 California State University (CSU) campuses. Devon Graves, chair for CSSA, said the fee could bring the association $900,000 in additional […]
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.
Despite innovative attempts by Associated Students (AS) to assist students in finding parking in and around campus, those who drive to CSUN must still rely on mostly conventional methods. Among one of these innovations is a mobile app, which would have allowed students to check the exact numbers of spots available in campus parking structures […]
In the beginning, there was the idea that “power” was with the people. Social change was to be the defiant byproduct created by swaths of citizens collectively creating a larger voice. This aim would make the dominant institutions tremble into submission. Those were days of hopeful visions of civil and social equality. We’ve fallen short […]
A new branding agency has been hired to improve CSUN’s visibility to the community, announced during today’s Associated Students (AS) senate meeting. 160 over 90, whose clients include UCLA, the Miami Dolphins and American Eagle Outfitters, will work with athletics and the VPAC to gain more recognition, according to Talar Alexanian, AS vice president […]
Politics, community services, hobbies and Greek life were just some of the nearly 200 clubs and organizations catering to several hundred students at Bayramian Lawn for Meet the Clubs Day Tuesday. Several hundred students took time to visit Bayramian Lawn for Meet the Clubs Day. The two-day event featured representatives from nearly 200 […]
As summer draws to a close so does CSUN’s third annual Summer Movie Fest. The final movie shown yesterday was the R-rated film “Superbad.” Every Thursday during the summer the Associated Students (AS) host movie screenings on the Oviatt Library Lawn which are free and open to the public. Around a thousand people gathered on […]