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Matadors witness rare total lunar eclipse from campus

Matadors witness rare total lunar eclipse from campus

Clare Calzada

January 31, 2018

Invited by Professor Damian J. Christian of the Physics & Astronomy Department, students from classes ASTR 152 and 352 arrived around 4:45 a.m. on the the 6th level of the B3 parking structure. It was a small but intimate group of around 25 people. The total lunar eclipse promptly began around...

Mom vs. College vs. The World

Mom vs. College vs. The World

Breaunne Pinckney

January 31, 2018

Who says you can’t be a young mom and further your education? Well, every single person that knew when I got pregnant in 2014. I was 20 and in my second to last semester of Junior college when I got pregnant with my, now 2-year-old. Family, friends and people who didn’t have a voice in my life,...

Arcade’s grand opening takes Northridge back to the past

Arcade’s grand opening takes Northridge back to the past

Jacob Pascua

January 31, 2018

There was a line of people outside of the door on Reseda Boulevard, anticipating their turn to play their favorite titles from the '80s and '90s. Each group had a designated time slot for the grand opening of Neon Retro Arcade on Friday, however, the thought of reliving childhood memories through so...

Contributor Predictions: Super Bowl

Contributor Predictions: Super Bowl

Karlie Habitz

January 31, 2018

Karlie Habitz, Sports Contributor, Prediction: Eagles win 30-24This year’s Super Bowl will for sure be a interesting one to watch. You have hands down one of the greatest quarterbacks of all time, Tom Brady of the New England Patriots, going against a usual benchwarmer, Nick Foles of the Philadelp...

CSU delays tuition increase vote

CSU delays tuition increase vote

Ethan Hanson

January 31, 2018

The proposed $228 tuition increase will not be voted on until at least May, according to a statement from CSU Chancellor Timothy White. If the vote passes, it will be the second year in a row tuition has increased. The tuition increase would provide $70 million in operating revenue and $35 million...

Let’s talk about sex

Let’s talk about sex

Contributor

January 31, 2018

Have you ever learned anything useful about sex? Your answer is probably health class from your freshman year of high school or your high school biology class. Although learning about meiosis is riveting, how much did that help you with real-life experiences?Despite the US being a progressive nation, sexual h...

Meet the Clubs Spring 2018

Meet the Clubs Spring 2018

Kelcey Henderson

January 30, 2018

Did you know there are more than 300 clubs and organizations available for students to get involved with on campus? If you can't find one that suits you, there is the option to create one of your own.

Games to watch for: 1/28-2/4

Games to watch for: 1/28-2/4

Ethan Hanson

January 30, 2018

Women's Basketball at home vs UC Davis Sat. at 4 p.m.: The Matadors will have a chance to redeem themselves this week against UC Davis after seeing its three-game winning streak end against UC Irvine. CSUN will need more than Channon Fluker whose 34 points and 17 rebounds against Hawaii earned her Big W...

Most dangerous California intersection is in Northridge, study says

Most dangerous California intersection is in Northridge, study says

Tamara Syed

January 30, 2018

Los Angeles holds about half of the most dangerous intersections in California and two of the top three are located in Northridge according to a new study. The study's findings by the personal injury law firm Estey & Bomberger declares Devonshire Street and Reseda Boulevard as the most dangerou...

Matadors of the Week

Matadors of the Week

Ethan Hanson

January 30, 2018

Matadors of the Week: Tavrion Dawson- Dawson scored 29 points and 10 rebounds on 11-of-13 shooting in the Matadors 70-66 loss to Long Beach State. The senior became the 19th player in Matadors history to reach 1,000 points. The Matadors (5-16, 2-5) are currently seventh in the Big West rankings...

Health insurance enrollment deadline approaches

Health insurance enrollment deadline approaches

Tamara Syed

January 30, 2018

The open enrollment deadline for health insurance in California ends Jan. 31 through Covered California, the health insurance marketplace.According to Young Invincibles, a non-profit organization dedicated to health care education and reform, 2.8 million Californians are still without health insurance...

Paying for playing

Paying for playing

Contributor

January 30, 2018

A huge misconception people have about athletes is that they are lazy or not at school for the education. As an athlete playing a collegiate sport, I can say this is mostly true. There is a huge desire in college to become pro and be the best athlete one can be, but this can also bring about an athlete's ac...

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