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Student work showcased in Red Bull project

Students look at photographs on the wall

Glory Rose Cruz

December 6, 2016

Planning events is nothing new for senior marketing major Austin Hidalgo, so when he found out about the opportunity to partner up with Red Bull, he was quick to make it happen. Hidalgo, who works for Associated Students (A.S.), has planned events such as Big Show before. This time around, he made...

CSUN hosts block party to honor veterans

CSUN student takes a selfie with a veteran

Glory Rose Cruz

November 11, 2016

The “We Love Our Veterans Week” on campus wrapped up with the Veterans Resource Center block party celebration at the Plaza del Sol. To honor the service of Veterans, CSUN students and veterans celebrated together with free food, music, and activities Thursday afternoon. Freshman Emily Gonzalez...

Students react to recent clown sighting on campus

Creepy clown pictured inside beat-up car

Glory Rose Cruz

October 5, 2016

The appearances of clowns have become a trend nationwide and now a recent clown sighting on campus has started to terrify CSUN students after two female students were chased by a clown near the dorms Tuesday night.The students were walking back to the dorms after a late-night study session when the clown ...

CSUN raising awareness for hazing prevention.

Anti-hazing poster shown

Glory Rose Cruz

October 3, 2016

National Hazing Prevention Week was commemorated on campus Sept. 18-23, giving students an opportunity to raise awareness through the use of information booths, hashtags, and art forms. Vanessa Bustamante, Activities Coordinator for Fraternity and Sorority Life, organized a booth along with other...

CSUN students feel unsafe on campus

Matador Patrol Community Service Assistants wait outside the Oviatt Library

Glory Rose Cruz

September 28, 2016

CSUN has experienced criminal activity these past three weeks creating a concern amongst the campus community.Earlier this week, there was an attempted kidnapping of a female student near campus. The CSUN student was walking along Dearborn Street when a man grabbed her from behind and threatened to k...

Trump campaigners regenerate protest

Trump supporters hold up trump 2016 poster while people in the background flip them off

Glory Rose Cruz

September 21, 2016

A group of anti-Donald Trump students set up a sign that read “F*** DONALD TRUMP” besides alleged Trump supporters on Matador Walk Wednesday afternoon. Trump supporters were seen tabling with a set of signs, sign-up sheets, and a Trump mask. Karina Ortiz, a grad student, along with others were...

METALab helps students learn web-app development

Student works on computer

Glory Rose Cruz

September 19, 2016

The Matador Emerging Technology and Arts Lab held an information session for students interested in working on web-based applications along with design solutions.METALab specializes in web-app development engaging and supporting students with a career in the industry by providing hands-on experience.METALab’s goal is to help ...

CSUN students discuss AIDS Walk in HESO meeting

students sign up for AIDS walk

Glory Rose Cruz

September 17, 2016

CSUN Health Education Student Organization (HESO) held its first meeting in order to give information regarding its attendance to the AIDS Walk in Los Angeles this upcoming month. HESO has been active on campus for over 20 years, striving to inspire a sense of community among students. This organization...

Birthday Playlist: Nas and Amy Winehouse

Close-up of Nas performing at Coachella

Glory Rose Cruz

September 14, 2016

This day marks Amy Winehouse's 33rd birthday while Nas celebrates his 43rd birthday. These two artists have had many successful songs which listeners today still enjoy. Amy Winehouse and Nas have also collaborated to sing the popular song “Cherry Wine.” Freshman Melissa Rojas is a big fan of...

Match Up With The Matadors

CSUN player watches midfield

Glory Rose Cruz

August 31, 2016

Ariana Tran, 21, begins her fourth year playing for the CSUN women’s soccer team. Tran, originally from San Diego, is a public health major who enjoys spending her free time participating in outdoor activities like hiking and hanging out at the beach with friends. Tran also enjoys eating Asian food and if she could l...

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