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MataMoney saves

The MataMoney program saves student 5 percent, what else does it save?
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Matadors share stories behind their tattoos

Matadors open up about the stories and meaning behind body art
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Starbucks gets grinded

California judge rules coffee giant failed to warn consumers
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CSUN’s new parking system stalled

A new parking guidance system expected to roll out spring semester will have to wait until fall.
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Why is there a new window on the side of Sierra...

A strange red window at Sierra Hall seems shrouded in secrecy
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AS elections: Pena and Mcknight, anti-establishment candidates

AS Pres. and V.P. hopefuls not afraid to take down the establishment
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Brew means more than just coffee at the USU

Freudian Sip isn't the only brew on campus
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CSUN Archery takes aim for 2018

CSUN Archery struggles to stay alive amidst funding cuts and declining interest in the sport
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Laverne Cox speaks on the struggles of being a transgender black...

Orange is the New Black TV star Laverne Cox shares her story of hardships in identifying as a transgender black woman.
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Super Smashed

The University Student Union (USU) hosted a Super Smash Bros. tournament in the Games Room on Thursday Feb. 20.
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Roadkill and Other Art at CSUN Gallery

Remember Animals opens at CSUN Art Gallery, highlighting the many faces of animal death.
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Carcinogenic Coffee

CERT demands Starbucks and other coffee merchants display signs warning customers of cancer risk.
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