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Culture a l’Aztlan: Gaby Moreno brings Spanglish folk-soul to Angelenos

Culture a l’Aztlan: Gaby Moreno brings Spanglish folk-soul to Angelenos

Ivan Salinas

July 8, 2019

One of Gaby Moreno's main characteristics is her love for old instruments, as well as a “vintage” aesthetic that accompanies her on stage. On July 6 Moreno shared the stage with the lead singer of La Santa Cecilia, La Marisoul. Together they performed a tribute to their “musas,” so...

(Photo Story) Landscapes of Gentrification

(Photo Story) Landscapes of Gentrification

Blake Berry

May 17, 2019

While exploring landscapes of gentrification, a small group of CSUN students went on a “taco tour” led by CSUN geography Professor Dr. Graves. The group was made up of predominantly geography majors and explored parts of east Los Angeles, a place that has bared witness to waves of immigra...

CSUN Discussions: A look into Solange Knowles’ impact

CSUN Discussions: A look into Solange Knowles’ impact

Deja Magee

May 8, 2019

Coming back from her critically acclaimed album “A Seat at the Table," Solange Knowles' career has been on a whirlwind. Solange has always been into music like her elder sibling, Beyoncé, and both of them have taken different routes in terms of genre in recent years. Beyoncé has chose...

AS funded Matabots trip to Kentucky

AS funded Matabots trip to Kentucky

Nick Griffin

May 8, 2019

Associated Students funded the Matador Robotics Club’s trip to the VEX Robotics World Championship in Kentucky, one of nine states banned from receiving California state funds due to LGBT discriminatory laws within their education system. The competition took place from April 23-27. On Jan. 1, 2017,...

Letter to the Editor: CSUN’s Students of Color Coalition’s list of demands

Letter to the Editor: CSUN’s Students of Color Coalition’s list of demands

Contributor

May 8, 2019

To whom it may concern, We, the members of the Students of Color Coalition (SCC), stand in solidarity with the mission driving the LGBTQIA+ movements and other like-minded student-led organizations at CSUN (i.e. AASPP, AISA, BSU, CAUSA, MEChA), to fight for the liberation and restoration of historically...

Lancers come back late to beat Matadors

Lancers come back late to beat Matadors

Tyler Wainfeld

May 8, 2019

The baseball team’s losing streak hit four after giving up a one-run lead in the eighth inning, dropping a tight game to California Baptist University 4-3 on Tuesday at Matador Field. With the Matadors up 3-2 entering the top of the eighth, junior Cruz Daddario was called out of the bullpen a...

Softball doubles record has a new name at number one

Softball doubles record has a new name at number one

Bryanna Winner

May 8, 2019

In 1994, Shannon Jones, then a senior, became the single-season doubles record holder in CSUN history with 17. Fast forward 25 years, and that record now belongs to junior Megan Stevens.After two straight weekends in which she was largely ignored, having been walked 11 times (10 of them being intention...

When and Where 5/15 – 5/22

When and Where 5/15 – 5/22

Elaina Tovar

May 7, 2019

Wednesday, May 15 LA Dodgers vs. San Diego Padres Cost: $24 - $217 Time: 7:10 p.m. Place: Dodger Stadium; 1000 Vin Scully Ave., Los Angeles The LA Dodgers take on the San Diego Padres at Dodger Stadium. Wear blue to support the team and bring along friends and family to this game you won't want to mis...

CSUN Sounds

CSUN Sounds

Thania Garcia

May 7, 2019

1. "Energy" by BURNS, A$AP Rocky, & Sabrina ClaudioReleased: April 30 "Energy" is the dream collaboration. Between A$AP Rocky's entwining bars and Sabrina Claudio's melodic vocals, the single is the perfect summer-ready track. BURNS' production in this track is clean-cut and grooves effortlessly.2. ...

Satire: How to get a professor to like you

Satire: How to get a professor to like you

Sarah Hofstedt

May 7, 2019

As the end of the semester approaches, many students find themselves scrambling to raise their grade after a few months of slackin’ off. Others are rooting around in their phone contacts for people to list as references and request letters of rec from. They think, “If only I had a strong wo...

Matadors of the Year

Tyler Wainfeld

May 7, 2019

Lamine DianeFreshman, BasketballThe first player ever to win Big West Freshman of the Year, Newcomer of the Year and Player of the Year honors in the same season, Diane was electric from the first game of the year, dropping 34 points in his debut game against New Mexico, a school record for a player'...

Ways to make a long distance relationship work

Ways to make a long distance relationship work

Ashley Hawn

May 7, 2019

I’ve talked to many people who find their relationships being tested. Someone gets a job out of town, gets accepted to an out of state school or family moves away and the question arises: Should we stay together?The decision of whether or not to be in a long distance relationship is a big one. ...

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