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Advice on living the dorm life

Advice on living the dorm life

Josue Aguilar

August 2, 2016

For many students, living on campus can be equally exciting and overwhelming. It is their first time having to take care of themselves or share a space with a roommate, which can be intimidating. Residential adviser Briana Brown, a junior communications major, said it can be a tough transition for...

Music Mondays: Summer Kickoff

Music Mondays: Summer Kickoff

Josue Aguilar

July 11, 2016

When it comes to the summer season, the music doesn't disappoint. Although some of the songs aren't always about summer, they embody what makes it fun. To get everyone ready for bikini season, students on campus offered their thoughts as to what they believe makes for a good summer anthem while driving...

Black Lives Matter protest in Northridge

Black Lives Matter protest in Northridge

Josue Aguilar

July 9, 2016

A crowd of Black Lives Matter protesters gathered in Northridge on Saturday afternoon in response to the recent shootings in Minnesota and Louisiana.The protesters marched down Reseda Boulevard receiving support from passing cars in the form of honking horns and onlookers who chanted "black lives matter" and ...

‘Walking Dead’ attraction brings TV horror to life

‘Walking Dead’ attraction brings TV horror to life

Josue Aguilar

June 29, 2016

A horde of flesh-eating 'walkers' invaded Universal Studios Hollywood on Tuesday morning as a preview for the new permanent attraction based on the Emmy Award-winning AMC television series, “The Walking Dead.” The new attraction opens next week. However, Universal Studios invited local media prior...

Long Beach man convicted of murdering CSUN student

Long Beach man convicted of murdering CSUN student

Josue Aguilar

June 11, 2016

After 15 minutes of deliberation, jurors found a 29-year-old man guilty of murdering CSUN student Abdullah Abdullahtif Alkali, 23, during a Craigslist car sell, according to prosecutors. Agustin Rosendo Fernandez was convicted of first-degree murder on Thursday, with jurors also finding that the murder...

CSUN police confident in security measures for potential shooters

CSUN police confident in security measures for potential shooters

Josue Aguilar

June 7, 2016

In the wake of last week's UCLA shooting in which former graduate student Mainak Sarkar killed a professor before himself, the CSUN Department of Police Services assures the community it is prepared in case an active shooter is on campus. With a university shooting as close by as UCLA, students won...

CSUN athletics not held back by violations

CSUN athletics not held back by violations

Josue Aguilar

May 24, 2016

Despite multiple violations to university and NCAA policies over the past two years, CSUN athletics continues to have success with recruiting players. The men's basketball and women's volleyball teams have both been marred by these violations. The basketball team withheld players from participating...

CSUN baseball sweeps series against UC Davis

CSUN baseball sweeps series against UC Davis

Josue Aguilar

May 15, 2016

The CSUN baseball team beat the UC Davis Aggies 4-2 on Sunday afternoon, sweeping the series and giving CSUN a 31-16 overall record. The Matadors got off to a strong start, forcing three straight outs and setting the tone for the game. Sophomore pitcher Andrew Weston started and pitched for five innings...

Students show support for presidential candidates

Students show support for presidential candidates

Josue Aguilar

May 5, 2016

As the 2016 presidential election approaches, students on campus are supporting their favorite candidates through rallies, volunteering and bumper stickers. We learned in the 2008 election that college students can have an impact on deciding who the President of the United States will be. According...

CSUN baseball’s rally fall short against Hawaii

CSUN baseball’s rally fall short against Hawaii

Josue Aguilar

April 23, 2016

After the sending the game to extra innings, the CSUN baseball team failed to rally against conference rival the University of Hawaii Rainbow Warriors, losing 6-5 on Saturday afternoon.Sophomore pitcher Kenny Rosenberg started got off to a solid start, striking out three out of the first four players.H...

CSUN drops double header to Long Beach, continues losing streak

CSUN drops double header to Long Beach, continues losing streak

Josue Aguilar

April 11, 2016

The CSUN baseball team lost to conference rival Long Beach State, 6-3 and 0-12, Sunday afternoon in a double header. This gives CSUN its fourth and fifth straight losses in Big West Conference play and drops them to 21-10 overall. Sophomore pitcher Kenny Rosenberg started the first game and struggled ea...

CSUN students balance school and full time work

CSUN students balance school and full time work

Josue Aguilar

March 2, 2016

Let’s face it — college can be expensive and many full-time students have to work full-time just to get that education. Trying to strike a balance between the two can be overwhelming. According the Financial Aid and Scholarship Department, the cost of a full year of schooling for an undergraduate student i...

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