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The text of a history book at CSUNs University Library in Northridge, Calif., on Oct. 8, 2021.
Just what is Critical Race Theory?
Mercedes Cannon, News Assistant Editor • November 23, 2021

Imagine a single word that has the power to almost instantaneously divide the opinions of a room. Add in the implementation of that division...

Vincent Academia performs at the Students for Pilipino American History Month showcase in the Grand Salon at CSUN in Northridge, Calif., on Oct. 30, 2021.
Filipino American Student Association features student talent in annual showcase
Brandon Sarmiento, Contributor • November 12, 2021

The CSUN Filipino American Student Association gave a platform for students to share their talents on the Grand Salon stage with the organization’s...

Atin Wright, left, drives past Hawaiis Noel Coleman during the first half of their game between the Matadors and the Rainbow Warriors in the Matadome in Northridge, Calif., on Feb. 19, 2021.
Matador of the Week: Men’s basketball’s Atin Wright
David Nunez, Reporter • November 23, 2021

Basketball season has arrived at CSUN and sophomore guard Atin Wright started the year off by demonstrating a lights-out shooting display. CSUN...

Nikhil Schneider, the energy and sustainability coordinator, informs students on how CSUN is going zero waste at the America Recycles Day: Race to Zero Waste event on the Sierra Lawn in Northridge, Calif., on Nov. 16, 2021.
Students gain free goodies and knowledge at Associated Students’ annual America Recycles Day
Carina Cardenas, Reporter • November 29, 2021

CSUN’s Associated Students hosted their annual America Recycles Day: Race to Zero Waste event on the Sierra Lawn from 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. on Nov....

The number of positive COVID-19 cases recorded among CSUN students, employees and independent contractors as of Monday, Nov. 22, 2021. Data is taken from the Matadors Forward website.
CSUN COVID Counts: Update as of 11/22
Grace Da Rocha, Assistant News Editor • November 24, 2021

The total number of CSUN students who have tested positive for COVID-19 has increased from 308 to 312 as of Nov. 22, according to the Matadors...

Opinion: Having Big Tech in charge of censorship is a slippery slope to disaster
Opinion: Having Big Tech in charge of censorship is a slippery slope to disaster
Shannon Carter, News Editor • November 24, 2021

Big Tech has been doubling down its efforts to censor misinformation, especially when it comes to the topic of COVID-19. On Sept. 29, YouTube...

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