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SRC hosts Spinning Nation event to raise money for American Heart Association

SRC hosts Spinning Nation event to raise money for American Heart Association

Wynnona Loredo

February 28, 2015

Today CSUN's Student Recreation Center hosted Spinning Nation® 2015, a country-wide charity bike-ride event in which participants raise a minimum of $100 and all of the proceeds go to the American Heart Association's "Go Red for Women" movement- a life-saving, heart disease awareness campaign. This...

Baseball: St. Mary ends CSUN winning streak

Baseball: St. Mary ends CSUN winning streak

Eric Blatz

February 28, 2015

The Matadors led 4-0 through five innings until the St. Mary Gaels scored six runs in the bottom of the sixth to snap CSUN's five game winning streak, losing 6-5 to the Gaels. Junior pitcher Calvin Copping got his third start of the season. Copping lasted 5.1 innings, giving up six runs (five earned) a...

Women’s Basketball: CSUN faces second round against UC Riverside

Women’s Basketball: CSUN faces second round against UC Riverside

Mateo Melero

February 28, 2015

CSUN puts their five-game streak to the test Saturday night against the University of California, Riverside, a team that bested them earlier this season 68-56. In a Matadome home game Feb. 29, the CSUN swapped the lead several time in the the first half against Riverside before being overtaken. The...

Men’s Basketball: Matadors look to clinch Big West berth on Senior Night

Men’s Basketball: Matadors look to clinch Big West berth on Senior Night

Julius Lasin

February 28, 2015

Following their first conference victory in their last 10 tries, the Matadors (8-22, 3-11 Big West) will look to keep the momentum going and clinch a spot in the Big West tournament with a win over UC Riverside on Saturday in the Matadome. “The fact that we’re still not mathe...

Softball: Home tournament sees split games against Sac. State and CSU Bakersfield

Softball: Home tournament sees split games against Sac. State and CSU Bakersfield

Sean Thomas

February 28, 2015

The Matador's split their double header to open the CSUN/LMU tournament after securing an 8-0 win against Sacramento State, before dropping a 7-6 heart breaker to CSU Bakersfield later in the afternoon.Five innings was all it took for the Matadors to put the nails in Sacramento State's coffin. The Matad...

Reality—Gender and Race Gap in the Film Industry Needs to be confronted

Reality—Gender and Race Gap in the Film Industry Needs to be confronted

Madeline Sensibile

February 27, 2015

If you've checked any form of social media or turned on the television in the past few days, you probably heard Neil Patrick Harris "joke" at the start of this year's Academy Awards and right after saw the trending hashtag— #OscarsSoWhite. Harris said that this year the Academy was celebrating...

Baseball: Matadors look to continue strong play on the road

Baseball: Matadors look to continue strong play on the road

Eric Blatz

February 27, 2015

The CSUN baseball team looks to continue its winning ways, as they travel to St. Marys College for a four-game series at Louis Guisto Field.Action kicks off Friday at 2 p.m. between the Matadors and the Gaels, and a doubleheader on Saturday gets started at 10 a.m. The second game will start 30 minute...

Colorful “All That Art” at CSUN

Colorful “All That Art” at CSUN

Rose Barraza

February 27, 2015

Students de-stressed while painting on canvases and old vinyl records between classes and exams Thursday. The University Student Union hosted “All That Art” at the Plaza Del Sol which allowed students to participate in completely free interactive art activities, such as spin art, easel paintings...

Geek Clash Ep. 22 – Live long and prosper

Geek Clash Ep. 22 – Live long and prosper

Trevor Stamp

February 27, 2015

"Live long and prosper," a quote that resonates with the Geek Clash crew as they remember the late Leonard Nimoy. Before the crew discusses Star Trek and the impact Nimoy has had on geek culture, Trevor and Lita recap the 87th Academy Awards. Danny and Trevor also go over a couple games they are playing...

Arts Council for CSUN partners with Matadors Community Credit Union for unique award

Julius Lasin

February 27, 2015

Select students in the Mike Curb College of Arts, Media and Communication will now have the opportunity to make their artistic dreams a reality with a new award sponsored by the Arts Council for CSUN and the Matadors Community Credit Union. The award, named the 2015 Matadors Community Credit Union...

President Harrison recognized as a “Trailblazer” by Leadership California

President Harrison recognized as a “Trailblazer” by Leadership California

Saffana Hijaz

February 27, 2015

President Dianne Harrison has been chosen by Leadership California as one of six California State University women presidents honored with the Trailblazer award. “Anytime I get an award or recognition, it is really an award for CSUN as well,” said Harrison.  “Such recognitions raise the visibility...

Live long and prosper: Leonard Nimoy dies at 83

Live long and prosper: Leonard Nimoy dies at 83

Kristine Malicse

February 27, 2015

by: Kristine Malicse / Culture Clash Editor [View the story "Leonard Nimoy" on Storify]...

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