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Matadors of the Week

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Tyler Wainfeld

January 29, 2019

Channon FlukerSenior, BasketballFluker continued her push to become one of the best female basketball players CSUN has ever seen, recording double-doubles in both games last week to give her 69 for her collegiate career. The first came in a loss to first-place UC Davis on Thursday, when she recorded ...

Students glimpse the club life

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Nick Rose

February 1, 2018

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] With everything from robots to Greek, students get a taste of the many clubs available at CSUN. Hundreds of students descended on the Oviatt Lawn to peruse the tents and tables of this year's Meet the Clubs event which began on Tuesday. The two-day event...

Matador of the Week: Serafina Maulupe

CSUN's Serafina Maulupe dribbles through traffic before making a pass. (Natalie Jimenez / The Sundial)

Ethan Hanson

November 28, 2017

Serafina Maulupe helped the Matadors women's basketball team gets its first win of the season over Arizona 66-63. Maulupe scored 20 points and hit the go-ahead free throws against the Wildcats. It was also the Matadors first win over a Pac-12 school since 2013 and the first win over Arizona since 1978.  

CSUN students accepted into competitive teaching program

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Josselyne Rivas

May 17, 2017

Graduation is around the corner and although some students are unsure about their plans after graduation, some have found careers in teaching others.Three students from CSUN's class of 2017 have been selected to join Teach for America for the upcoming academic year.Teach for America is a non-profit o...

7 Days in Syria: Documenting a Tragedy

A syria building pictured, partailly distroyed by the bombing

Em Pierce

May 9, 2017

The documentary “7 Days in Syria” was shown in the Armer Theater on campus to feature the struggles and obstacles Syrians face. The documentary, directed by Robert Rippberger, chronicled journalist Janine di Giovanni’s earlier visits to Syria to report on the war from the area in 201...

Crime blotter May 1 – May 7

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Anthony Martinez

May 9, 2017

Monday, May 1 It was reported that a known suspect assaulted someone in the dorms and damaged their property. It was reported that an unknown suspect hit a vehicle in the B5 parking structure. Tuesday, May 2 An unknown suspect hit a vehicle in the B6 parking lot. Wednesday, May 3 An unknown suspect w...

CSUN hosts Latino Legislative Caucus panel

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Nathan Hickling

May 5, 2017

Members of California’s Latino Legislative Caucus spoke to a full crowd at the Oviatt Library Thursday evening discussing how the diversity of California state politics has changed in only a few decades.The panelists spoke on the history of the Latino Legislative Caucus, and the history of Latino...

Trumpcare on its way to the Senate after being passed in the House

Tom Price speaks to men after taking away the affordable care act

Heidi Weinrich

May 5, 2017

The House of Representatives passed Trumpcare to replace Obamacare, according to CNN.House Republicans celebrated early Thursday morning while playing the "Rocky" theme song.For the past seven years, Republicans have been determined to repeal the Affordable Care Act. As reported by CNN, with more Rep...

Remembering Japanese-American internment camps

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Fathima Khaja Mohaideen

May 4, 2017

Thousands gathered Saturday to attend the 48th Annual Manzanar Pilgramage to honor those who'd been interned inside the Manzanar War Relocation Center.With tears in his eyes yet a smile on his face, 92-year-old Sam Musaki looked back at Mount Williamson. "Doesn’t it look like a painting?" said ...

Who does Trump’s tax plan affect?

Trump speaks at podium

Joceline Barron

May 4, 2017

On April 26, President Trump proposed his new tax plan and many people have questions on what it is and how it will affect everyone.Trump will drop the tax rate for the top high-income individuals by 3.6 percent, while also eliminating two other taxes that were put on high-income individuals who would...

Timeline: The era of Harrison

president harrison smiles whilst attending the protest

Lynn Rosado

May 3, 2017

June 2012: Dianne F. Harrison is named the fifth CSUN president. Before her position at CSUN, she was president at Cal State Monterey Bay since 2006, according to a Los Angeles Times article which announced her appointment. Aug. 2, 2012: Gov. Jerry Brown awarded Harrison, along with two other CSU ...

Meet the new Associated Students President and Vice President

AS President and VP pose on the oviatt lawn

Laura Mendez

May 2, 2017

As a high school senior, Jonathan Goldenberg wanted to pursue a career in fashion and decided CSUN would be his best option, however in his sophomore year, he gained an interest in politics.“I landed an internship with Congressman Brad Sherman,” Goldenberg said. “In that job, I got to ...

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