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Students react to Trump’s tweet about flag burning

Student being interviewed about flag burning

Matador News

November 30, 2016

President-Elect Donald Trump recently gave his opinion on flag burning via his Twitter feed. According to Trump, there should be serious consequences such as loss of citizenship and/or jail time. Many anti-Trump rallies that took place after the election consisted of flag burning. Elizabeth Blakey, CSUN...

Whore-a-scope : Plowed (S.1, Ep.1)

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Alex Razo

November 30, 2016

Each week Alex Perez will be joined by a special guest who learns what their sexual horoscope reveals about them and they will share some of their sexual stories and experiences. From losing your virginity to anal “How to’s” we get all up in there and hold nothing back. Listener discretion i...

Professors content with salary increase but say more can be done

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Joanna Bautista

November 30, 2016

CSUN professors say they are happy with the salary increase that was implemented earlier this year, but they feel more can still be done. Earlier this year, the California Faculty Association and California State University negotiated an agreement that promised CSU faculty a 10.5 percent salary incre...

Building the blocks to stop genocide

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Han Byol Yi

November 30, 2016

The Jewish World Watch (JWW) spoke with students on Tuesday about their ongoing work to end genocide and mass atrocities around the world.Though no one has come up with a definitive solution, JWW showed clips of Sundance Film Festival award winning movie "Watchers of the Sky," to explain the long figh...

Campus Town Hall highlights and Harrison’s response to sanctuary school status

Cielito Thea Fernandez and Dianne Harrison pictured in the USU answering written questions

Blaise Scemama

November 29, 2016

In the first post-election town hall meeting, held at the USU Grand Salon, President Dianne F. Harrison and about 150 students, faculty, and community members, came together to voice their concerns relating to policy and cultural changes expected to occur when Donald Trump takes office. Two central...

Standup to sexual assault

Anna Mendez and Andrea Gonzalez give a presentation to a small group of students

Han Byol Yi

November 29, 2016

As part of a two day event put on by Project D.A.T.E., a workshop called Stand Up, Speak Out revolved around what a bystander can do in situations where sexual assault might be happening. “The focus of this workshop revolved around the bystander instead of the perp to show that someone stepping ...

AS makes calls for state cash

Sevag Alexanian speaks at podium

Donna Lugo

November 29, 2016

Associated Students hosted a phone-banking event on Monday in an attempt to reach Gov. Jerry Brown’s office and urge him to fully fund the Cal State System and fend off a potential tuition fee increase.The event took place in the Grand Salon located in the university student union.The room’s participa...

Review: Pokemon Sun and Moon

Sun and Moon illustration

Anthony Martinez

November 29, 2016

The Pokemon series was recently brought back to life thanks to the Hawaiian-themed seventh generation set of games that was released two weeks ago. From the get-go, the new Sun and Moon versions of the 20-year-old monster capturing franchise are the most innovative and unique. The usual plotline of...

Women’s volleyball 2016 season in review

Volleyball players jump up and reach for the ball

Stacey Arevalo

November 29, 2016

The 2016 season left the CSUN women’s volleyball team tied for fifth place in the Big West Conference with UC Davis and UC Irvine all at 7-9. CSUN had improved by finishing with an overall record of 11-17, said assistant coach Noelle Rooke, who is also proud of the team’s increase in strength. “Our...

Sports Calendar 11/30-12/6

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Michele Rodriguez

November 29, 2016

Thursday, Dec. 1Women's Basketball @ Northern Arizona, 10 a.m.Saturday, Dec 3Women's Basketball v. Eastern Washington, 6:30 p.mMen's Basketball vs. Idaho State, 4 p.m.Monday, Dec 5Men's Basketball @ St. John's, 3:30 p.m.

Political correctness divides students on campus

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Donna Lugo

November 29, 2016

Students on campus are divided on whether political correctness is necessary so as to not offend others or rather if it is a form of censorship.Women are frequently used as examples of what being "too politically correct" can mean. Women's responses to sexism often get dismissed as being, "too politicall...

Digital vs. Print Comics

Comic shows a man reading online comics while his print comics are shoved into the recycle bin

Eduardo Miranda

November 29, 2016

With everything being converted into a digital platform, comic book fans are the latest to experience it. Companies like Marvel have subscription plans per month or year. DC Comics, IDW, and Dark Horse sell their digital issues as singles or bundles. Does the digital era mean the comic companies will no ...

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