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Protesters demand President Trump release his tax returns in nationwide march

Protesters gather next to large inflated donald trump chicken

Robert Spallone

April 16, 2017

The chant “Show your taxes!” repeated through the crowded streets of Downtown Los Angeles Saturday afternoon during nationwide marches calling for President Donald Trump to release his taxes. Thousands of marchers crowded together demanding that the president release his tax returns for a more...

Sports Calendar 12/7-12/10

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Robert Spallone

December 7, 2016

Wednesday, Dec. 7 Women’s basketball @ Washington, 7 p.m. Friday, Dec. 9Women’s basketball @ Weber State, 7 p.m.Saturday, Dec. 10Men’s basketball vs. Loyola Marymount, 7 p.m.

Low student turn out at town hall meeting about tuition increase

Sevag Alexanian speaks at the podium

Robert Spallone

November 23, 2016

A town hall meeting from Associated Students (AS) regarding the possibility of a tuition increase of $270 annually, drew a small number of students Tuesday afternoon. The campus’ Grand Salon had approximately 20 attendees for the meeting, some of whom were members of AS sitting in the crowd. “Obviously...

Sports Calendar 11/24-11/27

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Robert Spallone

November 22, 2016

Thursday, Nov. 24 Men’s Basketball vs. Texas A&M, in Fullerton, 11 a.m.Friday, Nov. 25Women’s Basketball vs. Detroit, 7:30 p.m.Men’s Basketball vs. New Mexico/Virginia Tech, in Fullerton TBASaturday, Nov. 26Women’s Basketball vs. Delaware/Michigan State, TBASunday, Nov. 27Men’s Ba...

Protest hopes to make campus safe for undocumented students

On the Oviatt Lawn students march holding signs that say

Robert Spallone

November 17, 2016

Students strode through campus in solidarity Wednesday afternoon to promote a safe campus for undocumented students.Protesters that were spread around campus met in front of the Oviatt Library to demand that CSUN administration provide a sanctuary campus.Chants consisted of “up up with education, dow...

Armenian students protest Atatürk scholar to leave campus

Students peacefully protest in Manzanita Hall

Robert Spallone

November 10, 2016

Scholar George Gawrych got through no more than five sentences during his presentation on his book about Turkish army officer Mustafa Kemal Atatürk before students raised their voices in protest Thursday at the Aronstam Library in Manzanita Hall. Over 20 protesters stood up from their seats, turned...

Students share views on presidential election

People shown sitting in a row and voting

Robert Spallone

November 10, 2016

Political views during this year’s presidential election have been highly contested in almost any conversation involving the final nominees. Voters had the choice of voting for Donald Trump (R), Hillary Clinton (D) or third party candidates, Libertarian Gary Johnson and Green party candidate Jill...

CSUN students vote for 2016 election

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Robert Spallone

November 8, 2016

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Open House Stresses Knowledge For Africana Studies Week

Two men play the drums in front of the bookstore

Robert Spallone

November 1, 2016

A slow and steady drumbeat surrounded a group of students and faculty on the lawn of the CSUN Matador store Monday afternoon to celebrate Africana studies week. Faculty from the Department of Africana Studies initiated an open house that discussed the significance of the department and what the week...

Students and faculty gather to watch the third and final presidential debate

Students are seated at desks watching the 2016 presidential elections

Robert Spallone

October 20, 2016

Students watched as the presidential candidates pled to American voters in their third and final debate on Wednesday night. CSUN’s Political Science Student Association (PSSA) gathered approximately 30 students and professors in Room 16 of the Oviatt Library to watch a CNN live stream of the de...

CSU system juggling heavy costs and timely graduation rates

Screenshot shows James Minor on the left and pie-charts on the right

Robert Spallone

October 17, 2016

CSU officials presented the potential for a tuition increase and a four-year-graduation initiative during a webcast Friday that covered the university system’s funding for the 2017-2018 school year. With more than $5.3 billion at stake for the CSU’s support budget, the university system is balancing...

Sports Calendar 10/12-10/19

A CSUN soccer player rushes to retrieve the soccer ball. File Photo/The Sundial

Robert Spallone

October 11, 2016

Oct. 12 Men’s Soccer vs Cal State Fullerton at 7 p.m. Oct. 13 Women’s Soccer vs UC Riverside at 7 p.m. Oct. 15 Men’s Cross Country at Highlander Invitational at 7 a.m. Women’s Cross Country at Highlander Invitational at 7 a.m. Women’s Volleyball at Long Beach State at ...

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