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Wladimir Klitschko looks to defend heavyweight title against Bryant Jennings

Heavyweight boxers Wladimir and Vitali Klitschko greet family members during family hour before the memorial services for Emanuel Steward Tuesday, November 13, 2012 at Greater Grace Temple in Detroit, Michigan. (Kirthmon F. Dozier/Detroit Free Press/MCT)

Nate Perez

April 24, 2015

Boxing's longest reigning champion, Wladimir Klitschko returns to fight on American soil for the first time in over seven years this Saturday against undefeated Philadelphia-native, Bryant “By-by” Jennings on HBO. The last time viewers caught a glimpse of Klitschko was last fall when he was se...

Journalist challenges Iranian government’s treatment of women

Masih Alinejad, award winning Iranian journalist and activist spoke about the work that led to her exile from Iran and the struggle for basic women's rights at Thousand Oak room located in the USU on Monday, April 3. Photo credit: Nate Perez

Nate Perez

April 15, 2015

Masih Alinejad, an award-winning Iranian journalist and activist gave a lecture regarding women and human rights in Iran moderated by Dr. Nayereh Tohidi, director of middle eastern and Islamic studies and professor of gender and women’s studies on Monday in the USU's Thousand Oaks Room."Compulsory Veiling a...

Benjamin Netanyahu’s party stays in power after winning Israeli elections

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's Likud Party once after a brief tie with the centre-left Zionist Union. (Xinhua/Zuma Press/MCT)

Nate Perez

March 18, 2015

With 99.5 percent of the votes counted, incumbent Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of the right-wing Likud party, announced his victory over opponent Isaac Herzog of the centre-left Zionist Union Coalition, who conceded after the March 17 election. Maian Rahvalschi, a fellow of CSUN Hillel 818 said that Israel elect...

Professional Boxing: A glimpse back at past fights and future bouts

Professional Boxing: A glimpse back at past fights and future bouts

Nate Perez

March 13, 2015

Boxing returned to primetime television this past Saturday and averaged 3.4 million viewers, solidifying it as one of the most watched boxing matches in close to 20 years, according to USA Today. NBC showed a trio of fights, one being a dreadful co-main event in Adrien Broner vs. John Molina. Broner simply outclassed ...

The fight of our generation is finally here

Nate Perez

March 2, 2015

It took five years, but the most-yearned-for fight by both boxing fans and casual fight fans is finally happening. Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao are scheduled to fight on May 2 in the highest-grossing boxing match known to man.After Pacquiao stopped Miguel Cotto back in 2009, boxing pundits and ...

Specialized fraternities allowed to rush despite ban

Nate Perez

February 25, 2015

Despite California State University Northridge’s ban on all recruitment and pledging activities, Phi Delta Epsilon, a co-ed medical fraternity, were able to host four rushing activities between Feb.11-14. Last fall, CSUN issued a “cease and desist” to all pledging activity after a possibl...

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