When and Where 2/27 – 3/6

Wednesday, Feb. 27Erasure: Native American Genocide: A LegacyCost: FREETime: 9 a.m.Place: Glendale Central Library; 222 E. Harvard St., GlendaleCentered in Glendale’s Downtown Central Library is this wonderful Native American exhibit that features artists like River Garza, William Wilson and Pamela J. Peters. Each of...

How big companies use blackface

Prada, Gucci and even Katy Perry have created racist products

Crime Blotter 2/12 – 2/18

Thursday, Feb. 14It was reported that between Feb. 8 and 12 a secured bicycle was stolen from University Park Building 14.Friday, Feb. 15It was reported that between Feb. 13 and 14 a hit-and-run occurred in Parking Structure G9, Level 2.An unknown suspected used a...

Matadors of the Week

Channon FlukerSenior, BasketballThe two-time reigning Big West Player of the Year had herself quite a week. First, on Thursday, Fluker was named as one 10 finalists for the Lisa Leslie Award, given to the best center in women's college basketball each year. Then on...

Matadors experience deja vu in loss to Fullerton

Men's basketball loses to Fullerton, swept in season series

Baseball splits doubleheader against Kansas State

Matadors come back to win one, nearly win another in a back-and-forth doubleheader

Fluker leads Matadors to victory

Channon Fluker's sixth career 20-20 game powers CSUN past Cal Poly

Pepperdine sweeps season series against CSUN

Men's volleyball loses at home in straight sets

Faculty Senate vote no confidence in CSU chancellor

In a symbolic rebuke to the CSU system leadership over its handling of EO 1100-R and 1110, the CSUN Faculty Senate passed a vote of 42 to 13 of no confidence in CSU Chancellor Timothy White last Thursday.The resolution of no confidence in Chancellor...

Students ‘teach-in’ at the Oviatt over executive orders and white supremacy

Students protest outside of the first Faculty Senate meeting of the spring 2019 semester