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Matadors of the Week

Matadors of the Week

Orlando Mayorquin

April 4, 2018

D'Andreah Young Young won the 400-meter hurdles event at the Stanford Invitational on Mar. 30. Young ran the third fastest time in school history with a 58.15. Her time is also the 10th fastest time in Division I this season. She was named Big West Track Athlete of the Week. Young's next showing will b...

CSUN and local high schools participate in national walkout for gun control

CSUN and local high schools participate in national walkout for gun control

Orlando Mayorquin

March 14, 2018

More than 500 students from CSUN, Northpoint High School Northridge Academy gathered at the steps of the Oviatt Library as part of National Walkout Day to stand in unity with students at Marjory Stonemason Douglas High School and call for stricter gun control laws. The initial demonstration was organized...

Traditionally underserved communities graduate from CSUN STEM programs at 23 percent – lowest in CSU system

Traditionally underserved communities graduate from CSUN STEM programs at 23 percent – lowest in CSU system

Orlando Mayorquin

February 22, 2018

The students from underserved communities graduate at significantly lower rates in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) majors than their counterparts from better-served communities at CSUN, according to the most recent data compiled in the CSU Student Success Dashboard, from 2000 to...

CSUN maintenance workers march through campus in protest

CSUN maintenance workers march through campus in protest

Orlando Mayorquin

January 23, 2018

CSUN maintenance workers marched to the front of the Oviatt Library at 11:30 a.m. toting signs that read "SAFE CAMPUS FAIR PLAY" and "OVERWORKED & UNDERPAID" in an effort to shed light on threats posed to students by years of negligence of campus facilities and demand better wages for maintenance...

Crime Blotter 12/26-1/18

Crime Blotter 12/26-1/18

Orlando Mayorquin

January 18, 2018

Tuesday, December 26CSUN PD officers arrested the suspect at UPA 6 for criminal threats. The suspect was then transported to Los Angeles County Sheriff's Lost Hills jail for booking. Wednesday, December 27An unknown suspect broke the passenger side window of the victim's car in the G9 parking struct...

Christopher Lee: An insight into the life of a student veteran

Christopher Lee: An insight into the life of a student veteran

Orlando Mayorquin

December 5, 2017

Kinesiology major Christopher Lee commutes on his skateboard, has class Monday through Friday and holds a job on campus. This description captures the essence of the quintessential American college student. However, the road to CSUN was a longer and tougher one for Lee as his past endeavors distinguis...

Men’s basketball look to set new culture in 2017-2018 season

Men’s basketball look to set new culture in 2017-2018 season

Orlando Mayorquin

October 4, 2017

Coach Reggie Theus is looking for the 2017-2018 season to set the culture of CSUN men’s basketball for years to come. Youth is the overwhelming characteristic of this year’s squad as the roster features only three seniors. Although youth brings energy and excitement coming into the season,...

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