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Give Matadors a break

Give Matadors a break

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November 30, 2017

Thanksgiving -- it's a time many of us look forward to during the fall semester. Families come together, memories are made and quality family time is spent. However, as the holiday approaches and you look forward to meeting your family there is just one problem -- you can't afford to miss your Wednesday cl...

The Sammy Scoop: Sea Crows to Missiles

The Sammy Scoop: Sea Crows to Missiles

Curtis Cammeron

November 30, 2017

Bassam Shaktah talks about ancient fossils found on California's coast, a huge vodka heist, and developing threats from North Korea.   https://soundcloud.com/daily-sundial/the-sammy-scoop-sea-crows-to-missiles

13th Annual ‘The Women in Business’ Seminar

13th Annual ‘The Women in Business’ Seminar

Pranita Koirala

November 29, 2017

Career Education & Professional Development Center located at the David Nazarian College of Business and Economics hosted its 13th annual “The Women in Business” seminar on Nov. 14. in the Grand Salon.The seminar consisted of outstanding women executives sharing their perspective and insig...

CSUN Rapper has big dreams

CSUN Rapper has big dreams

Ethan Hanson

November 29, 2017

CSUN student and Political Science major Jordan Dixon-Hamilton is walking on two paths but travels on one road. The senior from Palmdale has his eyes closed his headphones on, and he is listening to the succinct rhythm on of one his songs. Dixon-Hamilton slowly drifts into another world and transform...

Arts & Literature 2017: The culture behind your art

Arts & Literature 2017: The culture behind your art

Ivan Salinas

November 29, 2017

Artists in this issue (alphabetical order): Alicia Gabrielle Puzon Allison Diaz Ramirez Baillie Puckett Edward Nenedzhyan Hedy Torres Ileen Esquivel Iris Peretz Ivan Salinas Jacqueline Molina Jessica Gallardo Kiv Bui Laurenze Dela Luna Margaret Duggan Mariela Camacho ...

Q&A: Behind the flu shot with the Klotz Center

Q&A: Behind the flu shot with the Klotz Center

Kianna Hendricks

November 29, 2017

It's flu season again and commercials, as well as advertisements, are popping up everywhere advocating for the flu shot . The Center of Disease and Control recommends those over six months old get the flu shot every year, but less than half of Americans do.“I find it unnecessary for myself,” senior marketing student Tracey Juhnke said. “It’s more n...

Fake instructor degrees and lying on resumes

Fake instructor degrees and lying on resumes

Karin Abcarians

November 29, 2017

When students go to school, they expect to be taught by instructors who were educated in the field they’re teaching in. Sometimes that isn’t the case and a professor slips through the cracks and makes their way into becoming an educator with a fake degree and fake qualifications on their re...

15,000 scientists warn the world

15,000 scientists warn the world

Johnathan Ramses

November 29, 2017

In a report from more than 15,000 scientists from 184 different countries, including some scientists from California State University, Northridge, have agreed that humans are consuming the planet's resources at an incredible pace. Deforestation, increase of dead zones in the ocean and the extinction of...

A blind eye on humanity

A blind eye on humanity

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November 29, 2017

On the morning of Nov. 12, the deadliest earthquake of 2017 hit the border of Iran and Iraq with as a 7.3 magnitude. It left 530 dead and more than 7,000 people injured. When natural disasters like this happen, leaders from around the world should put aside all the political differences and come to r...

Refuge denied: Temporary protected status terminated for refugees

Refuge denied: Temporary protected status terminated for refugees

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November 29, 2017

The termination of the temporary protected status was announced on Nov. 6, 2017. More than 300,000 refugees were protected by TPS from countries such as El Salvador, Haiti, Honduras, Nepal, Nicaragua, Somalia, Sudan, South Sudan, Syria and Yemen. TPS allowed them to legally be in the United States, temp...

Q&A with Yissy Garcia, a leader in the new generation of Cuban artists

Q&A with Yissy Garcia, a leader in the new generation of Cuban artists

Ivan Salinas

November 28, 2017

Excited the take the stages of three different American cities, Cuban artist Yissy Garcia and her ensemble of musicians—bandancha—will be performing in L.A. at the Annenberg Space of Photography on Thursday, Nov. 30th. Currently, the Annenberg museum is hosting an exhibition under the name “Cub...

Q&A with Yissy García, a leader in the new generation of Cuban artists.

Q&A with Yissy García, a leader in the new generation of Cuban artists.

Ivan Salinas

November 28, 2017

Excited the take the stages of three different American cities, Cuban artist Yissy García and her ensemble of musicians—bandancha—will be performing in L.A. at the Annenberg Space of Photography on Thursday, Nov. 30th. Currently, the Annenberg museum is hosting an exhibition under the name &...

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