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Men's soccerThe men's team will play one more road game before heading home for the final non-conference game of the season. CSUN will face the Loyola Marymount Lions Thursday, Sept. 20. at 7 p.m. The Lions (1-6) find themselves on a six-game losing streak...

The Pride Center will host a panel discussion open to anyone and everyone!

Pride Center welcomes LGBTQ+ and allied to attend "Beyond the Binary"

Letter to the Editor: Interim Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs addresses concerns surrounding Section F

To the Editor, I understand that many in our campus community feel uncertain about CSUN’s General Education plan, particularly Section F, and the future of our historic ethnic, cultural, gender and women’s studies departments and programs. I want to reiterate: there is no change to Section...

Crime Blotter 9/11-9/17

Tuesday, Sept. 11A hit-and-run occurred at Parking Structure B3 level 2 after an unknown suspect hit a parked vehicle between 6:15-8:35 p.m.It was reported on Aug. 29 that an unknown suspect used a lost student I.D. card to check out equipment from the Oviatt...

Red Capes: Retiring on the Spot

Aaron Peeples and Solomon Ladvienka discuss week 3 in the NFL, Vontae Davis' strange retirement & Josh Gordon being traded.

When and Where 9/19 – 9/27

Wednesday, Sept. 19Sofar Los AngelesCost: FREETime: 8:15-8:30 p.m.Place: A secret location in DTLA (will be released to those who RSVP on their website: https://www.sofarsounds.com/cities/la/events/20132)This event is for artists and those inspired by art. It will host amazing artists in intimate spaces, performing on stripped-back...

Men’s soccer knocks off another ranked opponent; win streak moves up to three

Daniel Trejo and Wolfgang Prentice each scored a goal on Sunday to propel the Matadors to a 2-1 comeback victory on the road over No. 11 UCLA. The men’s soccer team is now ranked No. 13 in the Top Drawer Soccer Top 25 after a...

CSUN girls headed to Chicago for global change

Three CSUN students have been given the opportunity to build their ideas for global change through the Clinton Global Initiative University.

Professor harvests honey on campus for research

Professor in the biology department turned her hobby of beekeeping into a research study, and students will soon be able to buy the fruits of her labor.

Students had an action-packed Matador Nights

CSUN's Best Party Every Semester, had the world’s largest Volkswagen bus and the return of LA’s DJ duo, the LA Leakers.