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Unofficial results announced for AS elections

Students cheer and applaude

Jose Romero

April 14, 2016

Matadors United candidates Sevag Alexanian and Kenya Lopez have won the elections for President and Vice President of CSUN Associated Students for the 2016-2017 school year, according to unofficial results. Alexanian and Lopez defeated Jonathan Goldenberg and Aanchal Padyal of A Better Future, 2,468...

New enrollment requirements to come

New students listen to speakers during freshman orientation at the Plaza Del Sol on Aug. 25, 2013 Photo credit: Charlie Kaijo / Senior Reporter

Jose Romero

March 31, 2016

With 40,131 students enrolled just last year, CSUN has become the most populated campus in the California State University system. Due its high enrollment, CSUN will soon be implementing stricter requirements for future students. The new requirements aim to ease impaction by reducing enrollment. T...

Past, present associated students meet at annual President’s Day event

Roses lie at the feet of the Matador Statue.   (Christianna Triolo/The Sundial)

Jose Romero

February 16, 2016

CSUN Associated Students hosted their second annual President’s Day event where former A.S. presidents met with current President, Jorge Reyes, and other officials to discuss future plans, receive critique on previous work, and how to improve from past experiences, this Monday. “The purpose of...

Associated Students prepares for upcoming elections

Students vote during the 2010 Associated Students elections. (File photo/ The Sundial)

Jose Romero

February 15, 2016

Associated Students begin to prepare for the upcoming elections and to exhort students to go out and vote for new A.S. officials on April 13-14, three months before the elections, according to election chair Luis Molina. Students can vote through three different polls on campus, where the street team...

Brush past the scandals, and let’s get on with it!

(Brian Cahn/Zuma Press/TNS)

Jose Romero

October 14, 2015

There are nights when you have too much to say but you don’t really know how to start out. This Tuesday night was no exception. The first Democratic debate brought exclusively by CNN and its platforms, and united with Facebook, kicked off at exactly 5:39 p.m. Anderson Cooper, CNN's star anchor introduced...

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