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Hazing is not just a college problem, it’s a cultural problem as well

Hazing is not just a college problem, it’s a cultural problem as well

Pete D. Camarillo

August 25, 2014

Hazing has become a word all too familiar with humiliation and binge drinking. This is largely due to the negative attention fraternities and sororities obtain for incidents like CSUN’s own Armando Villa, who died from a hiking incident with his fraternity in an alleged hazing ritual. What ...

Applaud LeBron’s Unthinkable Decision

Applaud LeBron’s Unthinkable Decision

Pete D. Camarillo

July 11, 2014

As fans, we often get consumed by our favorite sports teams and players. A great example of this is the latest NBA Free Agency period which had the nation on standstill awaiting the decision of the largest free agency domino, Lebron James. Only four years ago, the world awaited Lebron James to ma...

Anti-hazing rally, vigil held for CSUN fraternity pledge

Anti-hazing rally, vigil held for CSUN fraternity pledge

Pete D. Camarillo

July 9, 2014

People yelled chants, cars honked their horns, and posters flooded the corners of Zelzah Avenue and Nordhoff Street in memory of CSUN student Armando Villa, who died last week in an alleged hazing incident during a hiking trip with fraternity members. Ending hazing was the motivation of the rall...

Matadors apparel hits local Sports Chalet shelves

Matadors apparel hits local Sports Chalet shelves

Pete D. Camarillo

July 9, 2014

For the first time, students and the campus community can purchase official CSUN apparel from an outside retailer, the athletic department announced.   As part of a partnership with Sports Chalet, CSUN supporters can purchase apparel at the Porter Ranch location of the sporting goods chain...

Athletic department builds excitement for Matadors new brand

Pete D. Camarillo

June 6, 2014

    Anticipation for a new era of athletics filled the Northridge Center as the CSUN athletic department unveiled new logos, uniforms, and a revamped Go Matadors website for members of the campus community on Monday. The new logo is steps away from the traditional logo which showed...

Greene leaves his mark on, off the court at CSUN

Greene leaves his mark on, off the court at CSUN

Pete D. Camarillo

May 8, 2014

  The Matadors spent this past season making a run at a Big West Championship, and fought hard until the final moment of the championship game. But none of the team's success would have been possible without the leadership and clutch performances of graduating guard Josh Greene. On several...

Sundial sports predicts the first round of the NFL Draft

Sundial sports predicts the first round of the NFL Draft

Pete D. Camarillo

May 6, 2014

  1. Houston Texans – Jadeveon Clowney, Defensive End, South Carolina Clowney is combination of speed and explosiveness which only comes around once a decade. Pairing him with Pro Bowl defensive end J.J. Watt gives Houston a juggernaut pass rush. The last time the Texans had the No. 1...

Sundial sports makes their NBA end of season award picks

Sundial sports makes their NBA end of season award picks

Pete D. Camarillo

May 4, 2014

  While the drama of the NBA playoffs has kept fans occupied with one of the most exciting first rounds in recent memory, the league has been handing down its yearly awards. San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich and Phoenix Suns point guard Goran Dragic won the Coach of the Year an...

CSUN athletes react to NCAA meal regulations

Pete D. Camarillo

April 30, 2014

Balancing school, training and a healthy lifestyle may get easier for CSUN’s student-athletes after the passing of an NCAA regulation which grants scholarship and walk-on athletes unlimited meals. Brianna Elder, junior pitcher for the softball team, knows the difficulty of getting meals after practice....

Adam SIlver earns praise for ban of Sterling in first test as NBA comissioner

Adam SIlver earns praise for ban of Sterling in first test as NBA comissioner

Pete D. Camarillo

April 30, 2014

  NBA Commissioner Adam Silver faced the first test of his new commissionship just two months after he took the job, as a recording of Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling voicing his racial views leaked to the mainstream media. Silver answered any questions about his ethical views by ...

Seahawks make smart move with low-cost aquisition of Raiders’ Pryor

Seahawks make smart move with low-cost aquisition of Raiders’ Pryor

Pete D. Camarillo

April 23, 2014

    NFL teams began their quest for Super Bowl XLIX Tuesday with the beginning of offseason training activities (OTA). OTAs are teams’ first opportunity to welcome new players and assimilate them with team culture. The defending champion Seattle Seahawks added one more new addition, by exchanging a sevent...

Local Hip Hop artists hold benefit for Boys and Girls Club

Pete D. Camarillo

April 21, 2014

Students grooved, sang, and rapped to inspire community outreach and self expression for the first Hip Hop Showcase held in the Games Room on Thursday. More than 50 students and people from the campus community came to see various hip-hop talent showcased, while raising money for a good cause. Illus...

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