Pain in the Middle East

CSUN's West Gallery art exhibit portrays the pain and suffering endured by people in the Middle East.

California dreaming is nothing more than a big dream

California dreaming on a winter's day won't do anyone any good, especially not this year. As devastating as the recent slew of storms and unconventionally bad weather has been, they regrettably are not the only things we have to complain about, living...

CSUN’s Cinematheque March Schedule

CSUN's Cinematheque March Schedule Cal State Northridge's Cinematheque series invites the public to join students for free screenings of classic films. Week of March 7 Schedule: Charade: Who is Killing the Great Chefs of Europe? March 7 -- Monday Lecture begins at 7...

Danny Hoch visits CSUN to speak about race

Actor, writer, and director Danny Hoch presented some of his videos and lectured students about race and representation at CSUN's Little Theater Tuesday. Hoch spoke about his experiences as an activist, and the roots of activism embedded within hip-hop culture. He said often people...

Women’s tennis team loses three in Vegas Tournament

The CSUN women's tennis team went to Las Vegas looking for the jackpot. Unfortunately the house usually wins. Playing in the fourth annual UNLV Lady Rebel Classic was a chance for the Lady Matadors to get back on the court for the first time...

Basketball team scores season high in blowout

On "Senior Night," the men's basketball team ended their final home game with pride when they blew out the UC Davis Aggies, 99-72, in the biggest win of the season. Coming off a loss to Pacific on Feb. 26, the Matadors started slowly during...

Is England a threat? No way!

When reading Ryan Skinnell's "America's brand new enemy: Merry ole' England" on Feb. 28, I was concerned about the lack of research the writer had done before displaying his opinions for all to see. Skinnell put forward a number of points that were not...

Nutrition Mission

????? Joint Advocates on Disordered Eating push healthy habits

Students should be wary of degree mills and unaccredited colleges

In order to combat the problem of degree mills, the Department of Education recently created a new website that lists the thousands of accredited universities, colleges, trade and career schools across the United States. The government website www.ope.ed.gov/accreditation is intended to help students ensure...

Study finds UC service workers are underpaid

Custodians, cooks and other service workers at UC campuses are earning too little to support their basic needs, according to a report released by the National Economic Development and Law Center. The report showed that when comparing the wages of a UC service worker...