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Leadership from the “other faiths/non-faiths” category

Illustration by Daniel Schade/ Contributor

Kyle Hufnagel

November 25, 2014

I’m appalled to think that after all the bells and whistles humanity has crafted for itself, we’re still hell-bent on exercising our primitive urge to draw lines in the sand. When Dr. Timothy White, chancellor of the California State University, suspended the InterVarsity Christian Club...

Basketball Isuue: Guay stays humble amid success

Ashley Guay, senior, played all 33 games of the 2013-2014 season. Guay became the first player in the Matador program to be named conference player of the year. She has set many records from having the most steals and assists. Photo Credit: Araceli Castillo/Photo Editor

Kyle Hufnagel

November 12, 2014

  A lifetime of preparation and a ruthless predisposition catapulted San Diego native and CSUN senior Ashlee Guay to new heights, rewriting the record books in northern Los Angeles. After leading the CSUN women’s basketball team to the 2014 Big West Championship, Guay stormed into the ...

CSUN mourns Alkadi at gathering

Family and friends attended the memorial gathering of Abdullah Alkadi, held at CSUN on Oct. 21. Abdullah's brother, Ahmed Alkadi, said a few words during the gathering.

Kyle Hufnagel

October 22, 2014

Passages from the Quran played in the opening half hour of a gathering organized to mourn the death of CSUN student Abdullah Alkadi. Students paid their individual respects in-between classes, and staff members from the International and Exchange Student Center and Student Counseling Services lined...

Students swarm to Interview Frenzy

Kyle Hufnagel

October 9, 2014

One critical avenue most people must cross in their search for a job is the dreaded interview with a potential employer. At CSUN, student job hunters were able to lessen that dread with a special workshop designed to fine-tune their interview skills and build confidence as they face that step by attending...

Evoking the classic haunts of German cinema

Mark and Aija Gibson, from Los Angeles, visiting the Haunted Screens: German Cinema in the 1920s exhibit at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art October 3, 2014. The Exhibit will be on display till April 26, 2015. Photo Credit: Patricia Perdomo/ Contributor

Kyle Hufnagel

October 8, 2014

>>CORRECTION: An earlier version of this story incorrectly listed the Los Angeles County Museum of Art as the Los Angeles Contemporary Museum of Art. The article also incorrectly listed Lotte Eisner as a collaborator of the exhibition, as she passed away in 1983. Artistic expressionism ...

Short film provides students with experience

Photo Courtesy of Karen Carpenter

Kyle Hufnagel

October 1, 2014

Students who are approaching graduation will inevitably find professional experience, whether it’s paid or not, is absolutely essential to reaching their career aspirations. You have to check off all the right kind of boxes and no field is more difficult to break into than the film industry. As com...

Time for a new Free Speech Movement

Courtesy of MCT

Kyle Hufnagel

September 30, 2014

In the beginning, there was the idea that “power” was with the people. Social change was to be the defiant byproduct created by swaths of citizens collectively creating a larger voice. This aim would make the dominant institutions tremble into submission. Those were days of hopeful visions of civil and s...

Watering down California’s drought crisis

A park ranger stands amidst a dry bay at Lake Cachuma in January 2014. This area was filled with water in 2013. / Courtesy of MTC.

Kyle Hufnagel

September 24, 2014

This world is going to hell. Each generation’s elders, aged to perfection, have claimed this as their swan song, presumably since the dawn of time -- each believing their predecessors have defiled what they so diligently created. But for this generation, our generation, it’s tough to pass ...

Men’s Golf: Matadors late-surge not enough to move up from 14th place

Kyle Hufnagel

September 18, 2014

The Men’s golf team slumped to a fourteenth place finish on Tuesday’s final round of the Saint Mary’s Invitational in Seaside, California. The Matadors closed the three-round, two-day Invitational 49-over par, posting rounds of 311-299-303, while hosts Saint Mary’s fell agonizingly short by a...

Campus organizations, students gather for second annual Jusdeep memorial celebration

Kyle Hufnagel

September 10, 2014

  Students flocked to the Matador Square Wednesday afternoon to remember the legacy of Jusdeep Singh Sethi, a CSUN interdisciplinary humanities student who passed away last year at Big Bear Lake. Dozens of campus organizations and outside entities participated in what has become an ann...

Regional Emmy claimed by CSUN Professor

Cinema and Television Arts professor, Nate Thomas, recently won a regional Emmy Award for his Public Service Announcement campaign, which he produced and directed for the FBI. File Photo/The Sundial

Kyle Hufnagel

August 26, 2014

  A Local Emmy Award has been awarded to CSUN Film Professor Nate Thomas for his recent Public Service Announcement campaign in conjunction with the FBI and the U.S. Department of Justice on June 14 in Carlsbad, California. The ads were part of a campaign highlighting the multi-million dollar ...

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