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The girl who never gives up

The girl who never gives up
Contributor November 27, 2012

Written by Karla Henry   Chabelita Moreno is an 11-year-old who just started sixth grade. Like most sixth graders, she is full of energy, curiosity and loves making new friends. However, she...

Letter to the Editor: Advocating for the homeless

Contributor November 13, 2012

Close your eyes and imagine yourself on the street, cold and hungry. Imagine how you would feel, alone with a bed of concrete. You, in this imaginary world, are “invisible” to people, and no matter...

Men’s Basketball: Josh Greene and Stephan Hicks return to lead a young men’s basketball squad

Contributor November 7, 2012

Written by Steve Cereghino   With CSUN’s men’s basketball roster full of nearly all freshmen and sophomores, returning starters Josh Greene and Stephan Hicks will be looked upon to lead...

Men’s Basketball: Two former Taft High School teammates reunite

Contributor November 7, 2012

Written by Shawn Darabi Getting used to new faces in the early part of a season is something two current Matadors won’t have to deal with as much as their  teammates. Center Brandon Perry,...

Democrats optimistic about keeping Senate; House likely to stay GOP-led

Contributor November 6, 2012

Information provided by McClatchy-Tribune Wire Service WASHINGTON—Democrats appeared to retain control of the Senate on Tuesday while Republicans will continue to rule the House of Representatives,...

From bullied to bully and beginning anew

Contributor October 30, 2012

Written by Lorenzo Mutia The bullying I experienced was not bullying as many people understand it to be. I did not endure physical and verbal assaults, but rather, the unintentional and intentional...

Candlelight vigil remembers those lost to suicide

Contributor October 25, 2012

By Karla Henry A candlelight vigil was held Thursday in an effort to educate students about bullying and suicide in the LGBTA community. The event stemmed from the suicides that happened two...

CSUN’s soccer soldiers

Contributor October 17, 2012

By: Roy Azoulay  >>>>>CORRECTION: At the time this was published, Lev-Ari ranks tied for ninth in the nation in goals scored, and CSUN is ranked No. 20 in the nation. Transitioning...

Partially blind student excels in urban studies program

Saud Alsair, a 23-year-old urban studies and planning major, is partially blind but does not let his disability prevent him from living a full, active life. Photo credit: Naomi Ogaldez / Contributor
Contributor May 6, 2012

Naomi Ogaldez / Contributor Saud Alsair’s parents received the devastating news every parent of a newborn baby fears most. The doctors informed them that their son was visually impaired, severe...

Craft Corner: Star Wars Day

Craft Corner: Star Wars Day
Contributor May 6, 2012

The Craft Corner's theme was "Celebrating Star Wars Day" on May 3 at Plaza del Sol. Craft Corner happens every Thursday from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Plaza del Sol, USU. Students had the opportunity...

Noontime Concert: CSUN Jazz A Band

Contributor May 6, 2012

Photos by Eniola Jose / Contributor

Matador Nights 2012

Contributor May 1, 2012

Photos by: Aileen Ventura

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