CSUN Matador News – September 23, 2015 The Pope's historical visit continues, and Volkswagen's CEO resigns. Matador News reporter Justin Porras talks to CSUN's Fraternity and Sorority Life Activities Coordinator Dr. Jamison Keller about Hazing Prevention Week. Reporter Jamie Perez gets student...

Services for deaf community not so available

Budget cuts are making it difficult for the deaf and hard of hearing to receive equal access.

CSUN participates in Giving Tuesday event

The CSUN community celebrates giving tuesday on December 2nd, a global event to give back. On and off campus organizations participated in this event such as Strength United, The American Red Cross, and The...

Granada Hills Pink Panthers The Granada Hills, Little League Softball team Pink Panthers is ready for season. The Little League team has a total of twelve girls. The girl’s ages range from six to eight-years-old. Parents gather every...

CSUN On Point: April 14th, 2015

Title: A Safe Place to Live? On Point reports on LA's foster care system and the impact of foster care on children. Guests: Bob Levy, Dr. Roxanne Moschetti

Travel the World at Study Abroad Fair The International and Exchange Student Center (IESC) at the University Student Union (USU) is inviting all CSUN students to learn how they can broaden their horizons at its annual 'Study Abroad Fair' event. Students...
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Deadly crash takes the lives of two CSUN students and two others

A car crashed and took the lives of its four passengers, Martin Gomez, 20, Denney Lomeli, 20, Amanda Alfar, 22, and Leena Ammari, 21. Both Amanda and Denney were CSUN students. The accident took...
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