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Spring job fair offers employment opportunities for students

Student stands across table from two representatives

Kelsey Earl

March 19, 2016

The Career Center put on the Spring Job fair on March 15, that included more than 100 different companies for students to interact with. These companies in attendance specialized in a variety of areas including engineering, the police department, marketing, and health care. “It’s basically our g...

Oscars attendees dress to impress

(Jay L. Clendenin/Los Angeles Times/TNS)

Kelsey Earl

March 1, 2016

The stars looked elegant as they walked down the red carpet and made their way inside the Dolby Theater for the 88th Academy Awards. Ryan Seacrest and Giuliana Rancic hosted the red carpet arrivals on the E! network. Seacrest wore a charcoal grey and black suit paired with a black bowtie. Rancic wore...

The Matadors finish the series 1-2 against CSU Bakersfield

Justin Toerner and the CSUN baseball team finished the weekend with a record of 1-2 after dropping two games against Cal State Bakersfield.  (File Photo / Ashley Grant / The Sundial)

Kelsey Earl

February 23, 2016

After losing the first game of the three-day series to Cal State Bakersfield Roadrunners 5-8, CSUN came back in the second game on Saturday with a win. The game started out close as both teams remained scoreless until the fourth and fifth innings. CSUN scored first in the fourth inning with a run...

GRAMMY awards recap

Taylor Swift backstage at the 58th Annual Grammy Awards on Monday, Feb. 15, 2016, at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. (Allen J. Schaben /Los Angeles Times/TNS)

Kelsey Earl

February 19, 2016

The 58th Grammy Awards, hosted by LL Cool J, kicked off Monday night with an entertaining performance by Taylor Swift singing her hit song “Out of The Woods.” The opening of the show would make way for the many memorable performances and tributes throughout the night. Kendrick Lamar’s performance...

The Matadors take down No. 11 UC Irvine in four sets at the Matadome

Both freshman setter Sam Porter (left) and freshman middle blocker Eric Chance (right) earn three blocks each and help the Matadors to win against UC Irvine Wednesday night at Matadome. (Kanako Miyazaki / The Sundial)

Kelsey Earl

February 18, 2016

On Wednesday, Feb. 17, the CSUN men's volleyball team upset the No. 11 UC Irvine Anteaters in four sets. The first was close in the beginning, as the Matadors men's volleyball stayed tied with UC Irvine until a block from Josiah Byers gave CSUN the one-point advantage at 5-4. The block was followed...

Music therapy used to help emotional, physical pain

Ronald M. Borczon, professor and director of the Music Therapy Wellness Clinic, talks to reporter, Kelsey Earl, about what entails Music Therapy and the benefits to students both mentally and physically. (Ellen Choi / The Sundial)

Kelsey Earl

February 16, 2016

Since music started, it has entertained and brought many people together. Now, music is being used as a therapeutic outlet for students in need. This type of progressive therapy involves listening to music or playing an instrument with the help of a trained therapist. “The emotional benefits are...

CSUN defeats USC in five sets

After dropping their previous four games, the Matadors were able to bounce back against USC in five sets. (File Photo / David Hawkins / The Sundial)

Kelsey Earl

February 14, 2016

The No. 11 Matadors conquered USC at the Galen Center on Wednesday night. Freshman outside hitter Dimitar Kalchev scored the first point of the match for CSUN and would go on to make four kills in the first set. With a kill, junior outside hitter Jakub Ciesla gave CSUN the lead for the first time at...

The Matadors are taken down at home by No. 9 Pepperdine Waves

After mixed results the week before, CSUN managed to pull an upset against No. 11 UC Irvine on Wednesday Feb. 17, 2016. (File Photo / Patricia Perdomo / The Sundial)

Kelsey Earl

February 4, 2016

The game started out with Pepperdine and the Matadors scoring back to back in the first few minutes. The match was only tied for a short time before the Waves took over, scoring multiple points in a row making it 5-3. Sophomore middle back Josiah Byers kept the Matadors close with his score, leaving t...

University Student Union welcomes back students, hosts annual Spring Kick-Off

CSUN dance crew Fasmode performs at the Spring Kick- Off event at the Plaza del Sol on Jan. 28, 2016. (Angel Silva / The Sundial)

Kelsey Earl

January 29, 2016

Music by DJ Mal-Ski filled the outside area of the Plaza del Sol Thursday while students enjoyed crafts, food and games at the annual Spring Kick-Off. Members of the University Student Union hosted the event in hopes to gather students and begin the spring semester with free activities. The kick-off brought many students togethe...

CSUN starts season with losing record at UCSB Winter Invitational

The Matadors started off the season ranked No. 19 in the country, but struggled out of the gates, going 1-3 in the opening weekend of the season. (File photo / The Sundial)

Kelsey Earl

January 26, 2016

At UCSB's Winter Invitational, the No. 19 CSUN women's water polo team went 1-3 opening their season with three losses. CSUN is coming off of a winning 2015 season with an overall record of 15-11. Last year they beat both Azusa-Pacific, Cal Baptist and UC San Diego but did not play Michigan. Against...

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