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Latinas Rising Helps Foster a Sense of Community

CSUN students gather for Day of the Dead celebration holding candles and donning skull makeup
Eric Licas November 3, 2016

After a close friend and schoolmate, Ricardo, died unexpectedly from a heart attack during a middle school P.E. class, Yessica Santana’s mother decided to keep her from attending the funeral because...

CAUSA Film Screening revisits 2014 Disappearance of 43 Mexican Students in Iguala

people hold question and answer session
Eric Licas September 27, 2016

The Central American United Students Association (CAUSA) screened director Coitza Grecko’s Mirar Morir (Watching Them Die) on Monday in remembrance of the second anniversary of the disappearance...

CFA approves tentative salary agreement

2 chancellors pictured at board meeting
Eric Licas May 3, 2016

Members of the California Faculty Association ratified a tentative salary deal Tuesday that will raise their salaries by at least 10.5 percent between now and the end of the 2017–2018 academic year.The...

CSU, CFA salary agreement approaches finalization

Board of Trustees sitting at their desks
Eric Licas April 28, 2016

Professors, lecturers, coaches, counselors and librarians will have until Friday to vote on the new tentative salary agreement that averted a strike on 23 California State Universities, earlier this month. The...

What to expect from the new Associated Students’ president

A man and woman sit along one another
Eric Licas April 24, 2016

Newly elected Associated Students' President, Sevag Alexanian, and Vice President, Kenya Lopez, intend to promote, outreach and address a wide range of student issues in the coming school year. Now that...

CSUN tennis ends regular season with win

FILE PHOTO - Junior Mickey Hsu fell to 0-2 in singles matches at the Big West championships this year after falling in straight sets to UCSB on Friday. (Ashley Grant / The Sundial)
Eric Licas April 23, 2016

In its final match of the season, CSUN's women's tennis broke its three-match losing streak after defeating the UC Davis Aggies, 4-3, at the Marya Welch Tennis Center on Saturday. The Matadors served...

Defendant to plead not guilty in double-homicide of CSUN student, friend

Photo of Brian Gonzales
Eric Licas April 21, 2016

The man accused of the murders of Jerred Scott and CSUN student Emily Fox will contest the charges brought before him in court this June. A plea of not guilty was entered by the court Thursday on behalf...

Volunteer program provides free assistance with taxes

Two students sit across one another while working on a laptop
Eric Licas April 13, 2016

Ladan Teherani went to professionals to have her taxes filed last year, but only earned $10 from her refund after paying for their services. This time, she drove from Calabasas to Northridge to get free...

Breakdown of CFA, CSU terms of three-year agreement

A group of protesters stand with pickets
Eric Licas April 8, 2016

The five-day strike threatening to cancel classes across the CSU's 23 campuses will not happen after a tentative agreement between the California Faculty Association and the CSU Board of Trustees was reached...

SRC opens without running water for restrooms, showers

Man faces mirror in workout gym
Eric Licas April 4, 2016

Restrooms, showers and water fountains remain out of order throughout the Student Recreation Center, according to staff. The SRC reopened 1 p.m. Monday despite a burst water main that cut off the building's...

Student Recreation Center temporarily without water, shut down

Students use weight machine to work out
Eric Licas April 2, 2016

The Student Recreation Center is currently without any water resources and temporarily shut down. The closure is for an unknown period of time and because of a failure in the building’s water supply. Employees...

ISIS fears fueled by contemporary Patriotism, addressed by terror expert

Brian Levin stands behind podium
Eric Licas March 30, 2016

Belligerence and xenophobia will not prevent an inevitable attack on U.S. soil by ISIS inspired extremists, according to a presentation from CSU San Bernadino professor Brian Levin. Levin expressed...

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