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VRC welcomes new students with open house

Junior Perla Palacios assists students with para-bracelets at the Veterans Resource Center Spring Kick-off Event on Tuesday.

Pete D. Camarillo

February 4, 2014

The Veterans Resource Center kicked off the spring semester by welcoming students with activities and information about services available to veterans on and off campus. Students walked to tables obtaining information and handouts from representatives of various veterans resources on-campus and off-...

CSU budget proposed, less money given than requested

Governor Jerry Brown is surrounded by the media while answering questions about past budgets. Brown has recently proposed a $142.2 million budget for the California State Universities in a meeting in Long Beach, Calif. FILE PHOTO / Daily Sundial

Pete D. Camarillo

February 3, 2014

Governor Jerry Brown proposed an annual budget on Jan. 9 allocating the CSU system an additional $142 million in state funding for the 2014-15 academic year. The larger allocation is part of the governor’s four-year investment plan to increase state funding for public universities through 2016-17, ...

Students stumble upon interesting courses at CSUN while looking for extra units

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Pete D. Camarillo

February 2, 2014

As Adrian Porto walks to class after a long, hard day, he hears the sound of music - jazz to be exact. The high tones of the clarinet, the rich depths of the bass, and the smooth voice of Billie Holiday pierce his ears before he even opens the classroom door. "How often do you actually get to l...

Men’s Basketball: Matadors pull away from UC Riverside in overtime thriller

Men's Basketball: Matadors pull away from UC Riverside in overtime thriller

Pete D. Camarillo

January 31, 2014

The Matadors (11-11, 3-4 Big West) outlasted a three-point barrage during an 93-89 overtime victory against the UC Riverside Highlanders (7-14, 2-5 Big West) in Thursday night’s nail-biting, Big West conference showdown at the Matadome. Junior forward Stephen Maxwell lead CSUN with 24 points and 1...

Students convene on Bayramian Lawn for spring semester’s Meet the Clubs event

Christine Nation, 19, a deaf studies major, meets with the CSUN Young Democrats club during Meet the Clubs event on Tuesday on Bayramian Hall Lawn. Nation said she wants to join a club for the camaraderie. Photo credit: Trevor Stamp / Senior Photographer

Pete D. Camarillo

January 29, 2014

Meet the Clubs had around 200 tables with members of CSUN’s fraternities, sororities, professional organizations, sports clubs and other  clubs at each table yesterday. “A lot of people think nothing is going on (at CSUN),” said Adrian Smith, junior religious studies major. “I think (Meet T...

Women’s Water Polo: Matadors leave opening weekend in Santa Barbara on winning streak

The Matadors had a successful weekend in Santa Barbara, winning three of four games to open the season.  Photo Credit: Trevor Stamp / Daily Sundial

Pete D. Camarillo

January 27, 2014

  The Matadors showcased a balanced offensive attack at the UC Santa Barbara Winter Invitational last weekend, finishing the tournament with a 3-1 record and provided glimpses of their season’s potential. Heading into the season, the Matadors were ranked No. 14 in the nation by the Collegia...

Women’s Basketball: CSUN enters new year with new attitude

Women’s Basketball: CSUN enters new year with new attitude

Pete D. Camarillo

January 18, 2014

While CSUN was on break, the women’s basketball team was hitting the paint as they welcomed the new year with a new attitude, opening the year with competitive play on the road and at home. The Matadors ended 2013 with a two-game losing skid, but opened up the new year with stronger play as they gra...

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