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‘Transvisible’ documents love, acceptance within the life of a transgender activist

‘Transvisible’ documents love, acceptance within the life of a transgender activist

Roy Azoulay

November 20, 2013

In celebration of Trans Awareness week, the Chicano/a Studies Department, MeChA, F Word and CSUN’s Gender and Women Studies department hosted a film screening on Wednesday afternoon where they showed “Transvisible: the Bamby Salcedo story.” In the presence of Salcedo and the filmmakers themselves, ...

CSUN to celebrate Trans Awareness Week

Roy Azoulay

November 14, 2013

>>>CORRECTION: The Trans Awareness Week is hosted by several different organizations. The AB1266 (The School Success and Opportunity Act) allows for inclusivity in sex segregated facilities and services for transgender youth in public K-12 school. The Privacy For all Students Coalition (P...

Meet the leader of the lady Matadors

Meet the leader of the lady Matadors

Roy Azoulay

November 12, 2013

Growing up with a single mother, CSUN'S women's basketball coach, Jason Flowers, exemplifies how one can overcome adversity and harness their environment for self-improvement. "I grew up with a single mom in Watts and the coaches that I had helped develop me into a young man," said Flowers....

Can the Kobe-less Lakers survive?

Can the Kobe-less Lakers survive?

Roy Azoulay

November 5, 2013

When Laker nation found out that Kobe Bryant's Achilles surgery would keep him out for an unknown period of time in the 2013-2014 season, there was a big question mark as to what will materialize from this team at the beginning of the season and its outlook going forward. More than anything last ...

Podcast: Sundial Sports preview NBA season

Roy Azoulay

November 1, 2013

Roy Azoulay, Brian Bernstein and Darko Debogovic of Sundial Sports discuss the top NBA teams in the Western Conference and Eastern Conference.   [soundcloud url="https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/118154471" width="100%" height="166" iframe="true" /]   Also, be sure to read Brian’s in-depth...

Activists urge students to care about immigration reform policies

Activists urge students to care about immigration reform policies

Roy Azoulay

October 31, 2013

Each wearing a cap and gown, 30 undocumented immigrants boldly walked up to a legal port of entry in Texas, determined to return to the place they grew up after voluntarily crossing into Mexico to visit their families. Being questioned as to where they were going, they respond with no hesitation, “ho...

Who will dethrone the Heat and control the East?

Who will dethrone the Heat and control the East?

Roy Azoulay

October 28, 2013

You wouldn't have needed the insight of Vegas to predict that the Miami Heat would win the title for the second time last season. However, with the return of Derrick Rose, the stacked starting lineup of the Brooklyn Nets and the emergence of the young and hungry Indiana Pacers this season, the Eastern...

CSUN Rock Climbing Club on their way to the top

CSUN Rock Climbing Club on their way to the top

Roy Azoulay

October 16, 2013

You stare up at the monolithic, gray, jagged monster as it stares back down at you. You can barely see the top of its head as it looms over your tiny human frame. You're intimidated at first but you tell yourself you will at least attempt to overcome this seemingly daunting obstacle. You stre...

Women’s Soccer: Matadors lose to Mustangs, fall to last in Big West

Women’s Soccer: Matadors lose to Mustangs, fall to last in Big West

Roy Azoulay

October 11, 2013

The Matadors (5-8-1, 0-2-1) lost 0-1 to the Cal Poly Mustangs (6-7-0, 2-1-0) Thursday night after they tied with Cal State Fullerton on Sunday. The first quarter of the match had both teams' defenses on display led by senior defender, Chloe McDaniel, who had several crucial clearances. "Ou...

Career Center holds Pathway Fair at Matador Square for students

Career Center holds Pathway Fair at Matador Square for students

Roy Azoulay

October 2, 2013

CSUN’S Career Center hosted their Pathways fair on Tuesday morning at the Matador Square. Pathways is a program coordinated by the career center to help students determine which occupations fit their individual characteristics. The program also helps students to find educational opportunities...

Klotz Health Center offers influenza shots for the upcoming flu season

Roy Azoulay

September 25, 2013

Klotz Student Health Center began offering  influenza vaccines, more commonly know as the flu, to all students, faculty and staff Tuesday. For students who have yet to receive a flu shot, an appointment must be made to receive the vaccine. The shot costs only $15 making it much cheaper than most c...

Student-athletes give back to the community

Student-athletes give back to the community

Roy Azoulay

September 24, 2013

The children were overcome with joy and had smiles on their faces as they had been looking forward to Friday all week. As CSUN student-athletes from the women's water polo team and basketball team entered Mark Ellis' third grade class at Granada Elementary Community Charter School, the kids were squir...

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