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Pack up the yellow umbrella kids: “How I Met Your Mother” says goodbye

Pack up the yellow umbrella kids:
Alex Vejar March 31, 2014

Warning: If you haven't watched the How I Met Your Mother finale, you probably should. Like now. We’ll wait. The series finale in two paragraphs. Ready? Go! The mother dies. She’s been dead for...

Walking Dead season finale sees the return of the ‘Ricktator’

Jasmine Burch March 31, 2014

The gang is back! Just when we thought it was a silver lining to this zombie madness, their post-apocalyptic world takes yet another turn for the worse. Season 4 of “The Walking Dead” may have lagged...

AS elections begin Tuesday, students can vote in person or via their Gmail account

Jonathan R. Diaz March 31, 2014

Associated Students (AS) Elections will be held April 1 beginning at 8 a.m. Students can vote via email through their CSUN Gmail account or in person at polling stations at Matador Square, Arbor Grill...

Farmers markets, the urban grocer

Jake Fredericks March 31, 2014

Thank goodness for bees. Without these amazing winged specimens the season of spring would cease to exist. You don’t have look very far to see how impactful the bees’ labor of love stretches, simply...

Getting the Lakers from zeros back to heroes

Getting the Lakers from zeros back to heroes
Alex Vejar March 31, 2014

  The Los Angeles Lakers were once the powerhouse of the NBA. They were in the playoffs year after year, won 16 championships with the help of Hall-of-Fame players, and carried an aura with them...

More students applying for financial aid in California, studies show

Araceli Castillo March 30, 2014

In the last academic year the number of students applying for financial aid in California has increased. This includes freshmen, graduate students and students who haven’t applied before but now need...

Central American studies to host two documentary filmmakers this week

Jonathan R. Diaz March 30, 2014

Central American Indigenous Studies Lecture Series will present a film screening entitled,  “Life and Empowerment Through the Kuna and Embera Lenses. Panamanian Documentary filmmaker Anayansi Prado...

Alumni host discussion on how to make it in video game industry

Dalan Musson, screenwriter for video games, features and television, spoke about what it's like working as a game tester, and gave advice on how to break out of the lower level jobs in the video game industry during the video game panel on March 26, 2014. Photo credit: Trevor Stamp / Daily Sundial
Lauren Reyes March 30, 2014

Two CSUN alumni spoke to a crowd of video game enthusiasts as part of a panel discussion about producing, designing and writing for the video game industry. Video game developers Jim Martin, J.J. Pomegranate...

The nutrition facts label gets a makeover

The nutrition facts label gets a makeover
Amanda Blake March 28, 2014

How often do you read the "Nutrition Facts" label before making a choice about what to eat? The purpose of the nutrition facts label is to help consumers make healthier choices. You may opt for a brand...

Softball: Matadors split doubleheader against San Diego squads

Softball: Matadors split doubleheader against San Diego squads
Steven Espinoza March 28, 2014

  The Matadors (22-11) picked up a win against the San Diego Toreros (15-16) 4-2 and a loss against the San Diego State Aztecs (25-9) 5-0 in a pair of nonconference games Wednesday evening at...

Ready for Uber Lyft off: transportation is changing

Asher Silberman March 28, 2014

Guests: Uber Driver Terry Jones, Professor Mintesnot Woldeamanual and Professor Wallace Zane

Alumnus Nazarian to lead $25 million fundraiser for College of Business & Economics

Kenneth Lord, Ph.D., left, the Dean, CSUN President Dianne F. Harrison, middle left, David Nazarian, middle right, with his wife, right, applaud as the ceremony has concluded. Nazarian has donated $10 million to the College of Business and Economics which CSUN has now named the college in dedication for his generous support at the naming ceremony on Thursday, March 27, 2014 in Cleary Court in front of Juniper Hall in Northridge, Calif. (Photo Credit: David J. Hawkins/PhotoEditor)
Joanna Jacobo March 28, 2014

CSUN alumnus, David Nazarian, was commemorated at a ceremony held in front of the newly named David Nazarian College of Business and Economics, due to his generous $10 million donation on Thursday. Following...

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