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Vinh Loi Tofu is an alright option for vegan eats

Jake Fredericks

February 28, 2014

Restaurant: Vinh Loi Tofu Address: 18625 Sherman Way, Suite 101 Reseda, CA 91335 Phone: (818) 996-9779 Price Range: $8-$11 per person Rating: 3 out of 5 When I’m introduced to new people, and the first thing they tell me is “I’m a vegan,” I want to hit them upside the head. Honestly...

On Point: Sexual assault on college campuses

Asher Silberman

February 28, 2014

Hosts: Trené Todd and Jonny Green Guests: Maggie Stoicof (Project DATE), Sari Lipsett (CALCASA)

Black journalists honor Mandela’s humanity

Asher Silberman

February 28, 2014

CSUN students react to an FDA proposal for clearer and simpler food labeling, and Matador News reporter Aarica Roberson talks to Journalism Professor Dr. Marcella De Veaux about "Covering Greatness:The Life and Death of Nelson Mandela", a panel discussion sponsored by the National Association of Black...

Men’s Basketball: Matadors fall in nail-biter at Fullerton

Men’s Basketball: Matadors fall in nail-biter at Fullerton

Kevin Linares

February 28, 2014

The Matadors (14-16, 6-8 Big West) were looking to push their conference win streak to two games playing on the road against hosts Cal State Fullerton (10-17, 5-8 Big West) at Titan Gym, but they came up short falling 82-81. CSUN trailed the entire game but earned an opportunity to win the gam...

Women’s Basketball: Lister, Matadors shut out Fullerton with strong shooting

Women’s Basketball: Lister, Matadors shut out Fullerton with strong shooting

Mateo Melero

February 28, 2014

The Matadors (14-14, 10-4 Big West) combined solid defense with strong shooting to shut down the Cal State Fullerton Titans (10-16, 6-7 Big West) in a 79-59 win at the Matadome Thursday. With 21 assists and effective offensive ball-sharing, CSUN kept a comfortable distance on Fullerton throughout ...

A discriminatory bill against the LGBTQ community in Arizona thankfully vetoed

A discriminatory bill against the LGBTQ community in Arizona thankfully vetoed

Ryan Mancini

February 28, 2014

Upon viewing the the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transexual and Queer (LGBTQ) landscape in America, the current perception would be that things are going in the right direction. With marriage equality legalized in seventeen states (a judge in Virginia recently announced the unconstitutionality of the state’s gay...

An aging crack in the old Olympic rings

An aging crack in the old Olympic rings

James Waters

February 28, 2014

As the sun set on the Black Sea Sunday night, the Sochi Winter Olympics bid its closing farewells and passed the torch to the next host, Pyeongchang, South Korea. However it is impossible not to question the relevance of such a massive event. Has the size of the spectacle outweighed the message of the games...

Largest rainfall since 2011 & Oscars come to Los Angeles

Asher Silberman

February 27, 2014

CSUN students prepare for the weekend rain and the Oscars. Matador News reporter Laura Camelo talks to CSUN Spanish Professor Elias Ramos about the ongoing protests against the Venezuelan government. Anchors: Ala Errebhi, Mahina Haina, Lauren Llanos and Rosie Rodriguez. Producers: Jacquelyn...

TRASH-FORMATION installation takes residence in Manzanita Hall

TRASH-FORMATION installation takes residence in Manzanita Hall

SheDaye Brown

February 27, 2014

Lined up in the order of the color wheel, students from the art department walked with their TRASH-FORMATION installation across campus to be exhibited in Manzanita Hall. The piece was inspired by this year’s freshmen read, Garbology: Our Dirty Affair with Trash by Edward Humes. The book tackled issues on how Americans...

Students, staff talk what college means to their lives, careers

Students, staff talk what college means to their lives, careers

Kwok Chan

February 27, 2014

It is no secret that attending a degree-granting university benefits students in the long run when it comes to monetary factors. But a recent study by the Pew Research Center suggests that a college education leads students to many other benefits in addition to earnings. Forty-five percent o...

Faculty, alumni perform as part of Pan-African studies talent show

Negin Daneshfar

February 27, 2014

As part of Black History Month, the CSUN Black Alumni Association and faculty members of the Pan-African Studies department held a talent show filled with poetry, dance and music. Each performer was introduced individually in front of the Grand Salon Tuesday. This is the first professor showcase set...

CSUN students and professors work on research projects alongside NASA, US Air Force

CSUN students and professors work on research projects alongside NASA, US Air Force

Jonathan Nelson

February 27, 2014

While most students hurry from class to class, a small group is working on projects for NASA and the U.S. Air Force in an inconspicuous lab located on the first floor of Jacaranda Hall. A collection of tube benders, a plasma cutter, milling machines, and hydraulic shears fill the room. Unmanned aeria...

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