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Author Teresa Langle de Paz speaks about how world peace can not be achieved until gender equity is a thing of the past during the Sex in the Library lecture series (Photo Credit: Ana Rodriguez / Assistant Photo Editor)

Gender and women’s studies panel discusses feminism and peace

Nate Perez April 29, 2014

Teresa Langle de Paz, founder and co-director of Women’s Knowledge International, spoke about how women and the feminist emotion could be used as a building block for peace as part of the Sex in the...

Stop paying for Mayweather Jr.’s fight

Nate Perez April 21, 2014

Undefeated boxing star Floyd Mayweather Jr.’s next opponent starts with an M, but it isn’t Manny Pacquiao, which is why you should not purchase Mayweather Jr.’s next fight. Aside from serving...

President candidate Tiffany Zaich (left) and vice president candidate Talar Alexanian (right), both defending the United We Thrive platform, speak during the A.S Presidential Debate, Monday, in the Flintridge Room at the USU. Election days will be on April 1st and 2nd, and there will be on-campus polling locations. Photo Credit: Lucas Esposito / Daily Sundial

Potential AS presidents hold debate before Friday elections

Nate Perez March 24, 2014

Student communication and solidarity were the main issues at the Associated Students presidential debate on Monday in the Flintridge room. Presidential candidates, Jesus Martinez-Ramirez, of the...

Baseball: Complete game by Salas ends CSUN losing streak

Baseball: Complete game by Salas ends CSUN losing streak

Nate Perez March 10, 2014

  After getting swept and held to just three runs combined over the weekend, the Matadors (7-10) scored seven runs to beat Utah Valley Wolverines (4-12), 7-1 on Monday to end their five game...

Softball: Elders shutout brings CSUN winning streak to four

Softball: Elder’s shutout brings CSUN winning streak to four

Nate Perez March 7, 2014

  The Matadors (10-8)  extended their winning streak to four as they defeated the Grand Canyon Antelopes (9-9) 2-0 on Friday during the CSUN/UCLA Invitational. CSUN kicked things off with...

Marissa Ibarra, 18, Janice Chappell, 18, Stephanie Ramirez, 19 and Vilma Santos, 19 try on different items on sale such as sunglasses and beanies at Matador Mall in front of Bayramian Hall. Assistant Photo Editor / Ana Rodriguez

Matador Mall holds a variety of items, returns for spring semester

Nate Perez February 25, 2014

A variety of vendors set up shop at Cleary Walk in front of Bayramian Hall to sell everything from clothes to posters to students. The Matador Mall will run until Thursday, where students can purchase...

CSUN students take precautions and dodge germs this flu season

Nate Perez February 16, 2014

With flu season underway, students should be wary of the different flu strains roaming around campus. Influenza, otherwise known as the flu, comes in many different forms, but can be kept at bay with...

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