The Sundial

Daniel Ortiz, also known as Davok, is a local artist from the San Fernando Valley. Daniel is curating an art show, Beats and Pieces. The November show will feature local artists, as well as Daniel's work. Photo Credit: Joshua Bantay/Contributor

Pieces of an Artist

Araceli Castillo December 3, 2014

Photos by: Joshua Bantay/Contributor

Photo Credit: Victor Obietikponah/Contributor

Photos of the Day: World Music

Araceli Castillo November 24, 2014

Photos of the Day by: Victor Obietikponah/ Contributor      The class of Professor Gigi Rabe, of Music 307 Global World Music, decided to give the passerby a melodic entertainment....

Blues Project member, Mayra Ruiz, 21, junior psychology major, writes her own inspirational saying on a ballon for the Beat the Blues Week at CSUN on Nov. 19. Photo Credit: Araceli Castillo/Photo Editor

Beat The Blues Week continues with tabling fair, activities and giveaways

Araceli Castillo November 19, 2014

  Students were able to share their deep thoughts and feelings anonymously with others as part of The Blues Project’s tabling fair during Beat the Blues Week at CSUN. The tabling fair...

Students from CTVA work on their senior film projects. Shoots in the green room is part of their production process. Photo Credit: Victor Obietikponah/Contributor

Photos of the Day: Film Senior Projects

Araceli Castillo October 2, 2014

  By: Victor Obietikponah For the fall semester, the faculty and staff of California State University, Northridge CTVA Film Production department chaired by the Emmy award winning director,...

In an interview earlier this year CSUN's former President, Blenda J. Wilson said, “I have to believe that whatever you say about the buildings, the earthquake and work is far secondary to the human relationships and bonding that occurred among us when we were here together”. Photo Credit: Jessica Ferrufino/Contributor

Photos of the Day: CSUN Courtyard

Araceli Castillo September 23, 2014

By: Jessica Ferrufino/ Contributor California State University of Northridge officials dedicated a courtyard in the center of campus to honor the legacy of former CSUN president Blenda J. Wilson...

The community of CSUN students came together to write notes of hope to spread awareness of the suicide outside the Matador Bookstore, Tuesday Sept. 16. The amount of notes posted was a reminder to always keep fighting through all obstacles. Photo Credit: Jessica Ferrufino/Contributor

Photos of the Day: Tuesday

Araceli Castillo September 17, 2014

All around the world many organizations, groups, and schools are participating in suicide prevention. A week to raise awareness for a common and unfortunate event that is affecting many people around...

‘Red Folder’ project preps faculty to assist students facing crisis

Araceli Castillo September 16, 2014

CSUN Counseling Service’s Red Folder project is a new resource on campus created to provide faculty and staff with information on how to assist students facing a crisis or trauma, or who may be threatening...

Load More Stories
Activate Search