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Geomorphology heads to the Sierras for Earth Day

the sierra's are pictured next to a large body of water
Tera Trujillo April 27, 2017

CSUN geography students took a three day trip up to the Sierra Mountains to study its geomorphic history. Geomorphology is defined as the study of the physical features of the earth and how these landforms...

Wax over grass

A wide variety of medical marijuanna products pictured
Tera Trujillo April 18, 2017

Wax or THC concentrate oils have been dominating the marijuana game for several years now, and much of the hype is credited to the far more intense high consumers get from using such little amount of product...

A guide to using marijuana

a man is pictured in this selfie while smoking weed
Tera Trujillo April 18, 2017

When shopping for marijuana, it is critical to know exactly what kind of strain and hg users are looking to purchase. The kinds of questions that can run through shoppers' heads are "Do I want to smoke...

ICYMI: CSUN loses to Cal State Fullerton on senior night

mickey hsu prepares to hit the ball back
Tera Trujillo April 17, 2017

The women's tennis team put up a fight on senior night, but could not come away with a victory against Cal State Fullerton. CSUN seniors Mickey Hsu, Kristen Poei, Vivian Lin and Samantha Judan celebrated...

Men’s golf gets 11th place at Wyoming Classic

The Men's Golf team competed Bill Cullum Invitation at Wood Ranch Golf Club in Simi Valley on Oct. 21, 2014. File Photo/The Sundial
Tera Trujillo April 12, 2017

The Matadors closed the final round at the Cowboy's tournament with a score-card of 296. Junior Felix Mory, almost received his sixth top 20 finish, but lost it by a single stroke closing the match...

Proposed bill to consider free feminine hygiene products

Photo shows a woman taking a tampon out of her clutch
Tera Trujillo March 28, 2017

The inevitable monthly burden of the menstrual cycle can be expensive and unpredictable, but with the AB-10 revisions that annoyance may be of the past. If the bill passes, it would force California...

Trump moves to weaken the clean air and clean water rules

photo shows cliffside beach
Tera Trujillo March 27, 2017

On Feb. 28, President Trump signed a 14th executive order placing the "Waters of the United States" rule under review.Trump has continued to make decisions that could lead to a reverse of the Clean Air...

Women’s waterpolo loses to Marist in sudden death

Water polo player throws the ball
Tera Trujillo March 15, 2017

The Matadors put up a fight against Marist College Red Fox, but could not come away with the victory. It was a goal scored by Red Fox Nastassia McGlothlin that ended the sudden-death round 11-10.Senior...

No. 20 ranked CSUN loses to No. 16 UC San Diego

Water polo athlete attempts goal against CSUN student water polo athlete
Tera Trujillo March 11, 2017

CSUN fell behind UCSD with a shooting percentage of .263, while their rival had a .400 shooting percent to finish the game last night. CSUN had nine exclusions during the match and UCSD only had four. It...

CSUN brings the heat to UCSD

CSUN player hits the ball
Tera Trujillo March 2, 2017

The Matadors men's volleyball won 25-21 during the fourth set last night against UC San Diego Tritons.It was a night filled with high-scoring numbers from junior Arvis Greene, with 24 points and a hitting...

No. 11 CSUN defeated by USC

CSUN volleyball player hits the ball across the court
Tera Trujillo February 23, 2017

The No. 11 CSUN men's volleyball team fought a good game Wednesday night against No. 14 USC, but could not come away with the win during the fifth set.USC had a hitting percent of .274 while the Matadors...

Women worry about the defunding of Planned Parenthood

photo shows the exterior of a planned parenthood
Tera Trujillo February 21, 2017

On Jan. 24 President Donald Trump signed an executive order that would stop organizations like Planned Parenthood Federation from receiving federal funding.Some women across the nation are now worried...

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