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Students rock the mic at first hip-hop “Mixer” event

Students rock the mic at first hip-hop “Mixer” event

Trevor Stamp

April 22, 2015

Story and photos by: Zane Foster CSUN'S Hip-Hop Culture Club (HHCC), led by club president Timothy Rhyme and vice president DanTana Prilly, put on their first large event this year called “The Mixer” on March 25, 2015. The event provided an opportunity for the CSUN community to see talented hip-hop...

Comikaze discussions are in full-effect in this week’s Geek Clash podcast

Comikaze discussions are in full-effect in this week’s Geek Clash podcast

Trevor Stamp

November 5, 2014

This week on Geek Clash, Trevor and Lita discuss their adventures at Stan Lee's Comikaze over the weekend. They nerd out over the highlights of the con as well as their exquisite purchases, while Josh does his very best to sidetrack the conversation. Also, a special, exclusive interview with Ka...

Big Show XIV

Big Show XIV

Trevor Stamp

October 6, 2014

http://youtu.be/jRKBjkfLLqE CSUN danced all to the music of Laidback Luke and DVBBS at Big Show XIV on Oct. 4, 2014 on the Oviatt Lawn.

Geek Clash talks video game and comic book recommendations

Geek Clash talks video game and comic book recommendations

Trevor Stamp

October 1, 2014

The full Geek Clash crew is back together this week, but not all things harmonious.  This week the crew is at each other’s throats over video game recommendations and it gets ugly (sorry “Assassin Creed” fans). Lita introduces a new comic book segment to show, where each week she’ll give...

Geek Clash debates “Gotham”

Trevor Stamp

September 24, 2014

  Geek Clash is without Josh this week, as Lita and Trevor hold down the fort and hopefully manage to record the show. “Gotham,” the new show from Fox based on the DC comic, “Batman,” has finally debuted and we have our review of the pilot episode. Does the origin story of Jim Gordo...

Students express frustration about graduation changes at A.S. open forum

Trevor Stamp

December 9, 2013

Dozens of students expressed disappointment in the graduation changes that will affect the 2014 commencement ceremonies during a public forum on Monday at the Associated Students (A.S.) weekly senate meeting. A.S. held the forum to hear student feedback on the commencement changes, which will provide e...

CSUN group gives a family the ingredients for a holiday meal

CSUN group gives a family the ingredients for a holiday meal

Trevor Stamp

November 26, 2013

CSUN's Unified We Serve delivers a family-sized amount of food to a family in need.

Stepping stones for the next-gen: Four games that paved the way

Trevor Stamp

November 14, 2013

The next two weeks are going to be interesting for the video game industry. New consoles are here, yet no one really knows what the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 are capable of. More importantly, many people are asking what new gaming experiences developers will deliver with the new hardware. In order to ge...

A band for school spirit and music

A band for school spirit and music

Trevor Stamp

November 6, 2013

The Matador Pep Band arrives early before the sporting events. They need to figure out how many are attending and what songs they are prepared to play. The band is one of the loudest groups during the game. Each member is as loud as the next, their sound echoing across the field and the campu...

Matador Pep band livens up sports games

Matador Pep band livens up sports games

Trevor Stamp

November 5, 2013

The Matador Pep Band is one of the school spirit organizations that goes to sporting events to cheer on CSUN athletics.  

CSUN celebrates groundbreaking ceremony for new freshmen suites

CSUN celebrates groundbreaking ceremony for new freshmen suites

Trevor Stamp

October 30, 2013

A groundbreaking ceremony was held Tuesday afternoon to celebrate the second phase of the two freshman suites that are being built in what was once the F8 parking lot in the University Park Apartments. The new suites are expected to open by 2015 and will be located outside of Hawthorne Hall and Pino...

Campus Sustainability Day focuses on issues relating to waste

Campus Sustainability Day focuses on issues relating to waste

Trevor Stamp

October 22, 2013

Campus Sustainability Day held several lectures on how students can deal with waste management, as well as dealing with sustainability around the world. A series of lectures were held in the Northridge Center in the USU on Oct. 22 as part of the event. ...

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