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Marvel shows its dark side with ‘Daredevil’

Marvel shows its dark side with ‘Daredevil’

Daniel Dell-Cornejo

May 6, 2015

Follow @danielvdell // With 10 films, two network television shows and plans for the next four years already in the pipeline, Marvel Studios has completely redefined the superhero movie genre. "Marvel’s Daredevil", the company’s first foray into Netflix entertainment, continues Marvel's tradition of epic, character-driven storytelling, and boy, is it good. "Marvel’s Daredevil" is the first of fiv...

Matador Nights once again fills USU, this time with an Hawaiian theme

Matador Nights once again fills USU, this time with an Hawaiian theme

Daniel Dell-Cornejo

April 27, 2015

The University Student Union found itself packed at Friday’s Matador Nights, which brought together over 3,400 CSUN students for a Hawaiian themed evening of food, fun and live performances. At a capacity of 5,000 people and a total attendance of 3,460 students, the event was seen as a huge success...

The GOP budget: forget the people, let’s amp up the military!

The GOP budget: forget the people, let’s amp up the military!

Daniel Dell-Cornejo

April 24, 2015

Fund the military! Repeal ObamaCare! No new taxes! If the Republican Party had an official mantra, that would probably be it. The GOP-controlled Senate voted March 27 to push forward their budget – a budget that follows that mantra to a T. Among other things, the proposed budget includes hefty ...

Uber for motorcycles needs to be a thing

Uber for motorcycles needs to be a thing

Daniel Dell-Cornejo

April 14, 2015

Just a few years ago Uber introduced motorcycle taxis in Paris, allowing users to call a motorbike to them with just the tap of a button. Other countries, like Uganda, offer their own Uber-like services featuring the utilization of motorcycles. So, then, what’s the deal with the U.S.? Where are our ...

Cyber security: A growing industry in internet age

Daniel Dell-Cornejo

April 3, 2015

Members of CSUN’s Alumni Association convened on Thursday evening in the USU’s Grand Salon for a panel on cyber security, information systems and policy-making with regards to technology. The discussion was headed by four alumni, all of whom have gone on to pursue careers in cyber securi...

CSUN students “Take Back the Night” and rally for eradication of sexual violence

CSUN students “Take Back the Night” and rally for eradication of sexual violence

Daniel Dell-Cornejo

March 20, 2015

Written by Daniel Dell-Cornejo and Loyda Betancourt Strength, survival and inspiration were among a few of the words used by speakers at CSUN’s 12th annual "Take Back the Night" event to describe the evening’s message. Students, faculty and activists gathered at the University Student Union...

LA Elections: Matadors get out to vote

LA Elections: Matadors get out to vote

Daniel Dell-Cornejo

March 3, 2015

The polls are open today for the Los Angeles city elections, which means Angelenos are going out to vote. We asked students, faculty and staff on campus why they voted.   Also Read: Northridge representative Mitch Englander runs unopposed Also Read: Election season begins for Associated Students If you’re interested ...

Election season begins for Associated Students

Daniel Dell-Cornejo

February 25, 2015

It’s election season again at CSUN, which means all 24 Associated Students representative positions are up for grabs. Aspiring Associated Students officers are able to file for candidacy electronically through the A.S. website until March 9 at 5:00 pm, with voting taking place from April 1 to Apri...

Obama’s proposal for free community college doesn’t look very possible!

Obama’s proposal for free community college doesn’t look very possible!

Daniel Dell-Cornejo

February 3, 2015

Earlier this month, President Obama revealed his proposal to make two years of community college free to any student willing to work for it. As expected, the president’s pitch has stirred up some debate, causing Americans to question both its feasibility and benefits. Is Obama’s idea a good one?...

Open University offers aspiring students a chance to learn

Daniel Dell-Cornejo

February 3, 2015

Wishful students who want to continue their education but are not enrolled in a CSUN program are in luck: California State University, Northridge offers a way to do just that. Open University is a California State University-wide program that has been administered locally at CSUN by Tseng College for ove...

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