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CSUN students accepted into competitive teaching program

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Josselyne Rivas May 17, 2017

Graduation is around the corner and although some students are unsure about their plans after graduation, some have found careers in teaching others.Three students from CSUN's class of 2017 have been selected...

Earth Fair brings out students, staff and the community

Students relax and design lights made from cans at a booth while the band Whesli plays an original song at Earth Fair on April 13, 2017. Photo credit: Josselyne Rivas
Josselyne Rivas April 14, 2017

Earth fair, decorated with vibrant fabric clothes, mimicked the vibe of a mini festival. Booths surrounding the area had stations which taught visitors about sustainable practices, different foods like...

Associated Students VP candidate asked to drop out

AS committee members stood near the voting stations passing out ice cream and flyers to promote the elections during the April 2016 elections. File Photo: The Sundial
Josselyne Rivas April 12, 2017

As Associated Students (A.S.) elections are happening this week, the three competing slates near voting days. Vice President (VP) candidate Erika Villalvazo, from the "United We Stand" slate, has been...

CSU Board of Trustees approves tuition increase for 2017-2018 academic year

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Josselyne Rivas March 23, 2017

During a CSU Board of Trustees (BOT) meeting on March 22, the final matter on the agenda was the vote on tuition increase, a discussion that lasted almost three hours. The tuition increase will raise undergraduate...

Freedom Center posters target CSU Chancellor Timothy White

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Josselyne Rivas March 19, 2017

CSU Chancellor Timothy White and CSUN have been the targets of posters that oppose the CSU system, declaring it's universities as sanctuary campuses. The David Horowitz Freedom Center, who...

Graduating seniors prepare for upcoming commencements through GradFest

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Josselyne Rivas March 16, 2017

As spring semester is underway, graduating seniors are one step closer to walking across the stage at commencement. Graduation events, such as GradFest, is also approaching.GradFest is on March 15 and...

Art pieces representing environmental issues marched to Oviatt Library

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Josselyne Rivas March 10, 2017

Students led by Edie Pistolesi, from the Art Deparmtent, carried figures of President Trump, former president Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton and more to the Oviatt Library Friday morning. Derian Blandon,...

Presidents, the press and what may lie ahead

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Josselyne Rivas March 7, 2017

President Donald Trump has been actively voicing his concerns about the way media, particularly journalists, have been portraying him and his administration. Past press conferences have shown the arguments...

Immigration raids raise concern

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Josselyne Rivas February 27, 2017

In a time of uncertainty and a constant influx of news, it has become difficult to keep up with the information being provided in regards to recent immigration orders.The Trump administration has released...

Terrence Clemens inspires others to overcome obstacles

Speaker Terrance Clemens talks to the audience about struggling with his sexuality while playing basketball. Photo credit: Josselyne Rivas
Josselyne Rivas February 24, 2017

The Africana Studies Department and Pride Center collaborated for Black History Month in order to showcase the intersection of race and sexuality. “Terrance reached out to the Pride Center and said...

New Assembly Bill will try to stall tuition increase

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Josselyne Rivas February 22, 2017

A conference held Tuesday morning introduced Assembly Bill 393, The Student Protection Act, as a possible solution to the increases in tuition and student fees among the California State University and...

Women’s basketball winning streak continues

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Josselyne Rivas February 19, 2017

The CSUN women’s basketball team won their seventh game of a continued streak and beat the University of Hawaii 60-49 Saturday night. In the first quarter, a two-pointer made by sophomore Channon...

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