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3D-printing machines are available for student use at the University Librarys Creative Media Studio in Northridge, Calif., on Thursday, Nov. 18, 2021.

Students’ 3D-printed creations come to life at University Library’s Creative Media Studio

Julia Sahakian, Reporter November 22, 2021

The Creative Media Studio at the CSUN University Library’s Learning Commons attracts a wide variety of engineering students, testing out their 3D prototypes and manufacturing. 3D printing has benefited...

Associated Students President Jonathan Hay speaks about the “AS Commitment to Diversifying CSUN Professors” during the senates meeting on Monday, Nov. 15, 2021.

Associated Students senate passes resolution that calls for diversifying CSUN professors

Noor Sufi, Reporter November 21, 2021

The Associated Students passed a resolution called “AS Commitment to Diversifying CSUN Professors” during their weekly meeting on Monday. The resolution calls for hiring more CSUN professors from minority...

During the Associated Students meeting on Monday, the senate approved to allocate $50,000 to its Philanthropy Fund for student organizations.

Associated Students meeting recap: $50,000 allocated to fund student organizations’ events

Noor Sufi, Reporter November 12, 2021

On Monday, the Associated Students approved to allocate $50,000 from its budget to the Philanthropy Fund to encourage student clubs and organizations to host more charitable events on campus. The Philanthropy...

Associated Students Kaitlyn Orozco, top left, met with Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Mary Beth Walker, right,  and Vice Provost in the Division of Academic Affairs Matthew Cahn to discuss the university priorities during a campus conversation on Oct . 26.

Campus Conversation Recap: 80% of in-person classes will return for Spring 2022

Sebastian Artola, Assistant News Editor November 10, 2021

CSUN community members gathered on Oct. 26 for the second campus conversation of the semester with Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs Mary Beth Walker. The campus conversation, which is a monthly...

Students line up to get COVID-19 test on CSUN’s campus in Northridge, Calif., on Sept. 29, 2021.

CSUN COVID-19 Counts: Update as of Oct. 29

Grace Da Rocha, Assistant News Editor November 6, 2021

The total number of students who have tested positive for COVID-19 has increased from 279 to 288 within four days, according to the Matadors Forward website. While there are no new COVID-19 cases...

Teams of five line up and try to flip a red cup on the University Library Lawn in Northridge, Calif., on Sunday, Oct. 31, 2021.

CSUN students compete in a Squid Game-inspired competition on campus

Brandon Sarmiento, Contributor November 4, 2021

On the evening of Halloween, CSUN students battled out against each other in a series of games inspired by the popular South Korean Netflix series “Squid Game.” The event was organized by CSUN’s...

Tito, a first-generation graduate, stands through the sunroof while holding onto his diploma holder in front of the University Library during the CSUN Grad Parade in Northridge, Calif., May 25, 2021.

CSUN is a Hispanic-serving institution. Here’s why it’s important.

Clarissa Corral, Reporter October 27, 2021

As enrollment numbers for Latino students rise, the number of Hispanic-Serving Institutions increases across the nation. In California, 21 out of 23 California State University campuses are considered...

MSA President Redhawam Ahmed (extreme left) and Muslim Student Association members Zachary Gulshad, Azmi Shatela (front), Anaz Mohammed and Abdullah Tokhi stand outside of the East Conference Center at CSUN to pose for a picture.

Meet a club: Muslim Student Association

Elizabeth Dowell, Reporter October 25, 2021

Da'wah, which is Arabic for "making an invitation," is how the Muslim community teaches others about the beliefs and practices of Islam. This invitation is a pathway into learning more about the culture...

Farmworker Carolina Franco in Modesto during the first pilgrimage to Sacramento, 1966.

NEH grant funds efforts for digitizing Farmworker Movement Collection

Priscilla Lara Haro, Contributor October 23, 2021

The National Endowment for the Humanities granted the Tom & Ethel Bradley Center $350,000 to digitize 22,000 photographs of its Farmworker Movement Collection. The digitization project highlights the...

A rendering of the Global Hispanic Serving Institution Equity Innovation Hub at CSUN in Northridge, Calif.

Audio story: Apple gives CSUN $25 million gift to build Hispanic serving institution hub

Amani King, Reporter October 23, 2021

CSUN will be home to the Global Hispanic Serving Institution Innovation Hub, which is funded by money from Apple and the state. The project’s goal is to boost internship and onsite recruitment opportunities...

Students pick up pumpkins provided by Associated Students at the 7th annual Pumpkin Fest at CSUN in Northridge, Calif. on Tuesday, Oct. 12, 2021,

Photo essay: Pumpkins, candy apples and photo op galore at the annual Pumpkin Fest

Carolyn Burt, Social Media Editor October 14, 2021

CSUN’s Associated Students hosted the seventh annual Pumpkin Fest at the Plaza Del Sol on Tuesday. Those in attendance were able to pick up a free pumpkin and carving kit, as well as a candy or caramel...

California State University President Erika D. Beck,Ph.D. is photographed at the Younes and Soraya Nazarian Center for the Performing Arts on the CSUN Campus on July 27, 2021. 
“What drew me to CSUN was the diversity of the students at this campus. There is really nothing like it,” Beck said.

President Beck addresses questions on in-person commencement during first Campus Conversation

Sebastian Artola, Assistant News Editor October 12, 2021

During the first Campus Conversation of the semester via Zoom on Sept. 30, CSUN President Erika D. Beck spoke with Associated Students President Jonathan Hay about CSUN’s efforts toward educational equity...

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