Matador News: February 17th, 2015

A Federal District Court judge delays President Obama's executive order on immigration; Egyptian warplanes send airstrikes into ISIS territory; more snow hits the mid-Atlantic states, and newly approved, genetically modified apples don't turn brown...

Creative ways to get fit

These three workouts involve more than just push-ups and lifting weights

On Point: February 10th, 2015

February 10th, 2015 The story is Gun Violence Restraining Orders, and the new California law that authorizes courts to take people's guns away if they're a danger to themselves or others. Guests: Josh Stepakoff, Craig Renetzky,...

Matador News: February 12th, 2015

Hopes continue for a ceasefire in Ukraine; Fifty Shades of Grey opens for Valentine's Day weekend, and President Obama signs a Veterans' Suicide Prevention Bill. Matador News Reporter Alicia Zerai talks to veteran Jimmy...

Watch: Lifeclash Episode 2

Here’s our second episode of Lifeclash! It is a Valentine inspired theme so we cover stories from worst dates, creative places to go for Valentines and much more. We also have the recap of...

Matador News: February 11th, 2015

President Obama asks Congress to authorize a military campaign against ISIS, three Muslim students are killed in North Carolina, and CSUN students react to Jon Stewart's departure from The Daily Show. Matador News reporter...

Matador News: February 10th

American hostage Kayla Mueller is confirmed dead, and Boston gets hit again by snow. Police are looking for four suspects in an assault just off the CSUN campus. Matador News reporter Maria Cartaya talks...

Watch: CSUN Neon Nights: 90s Valentine’s Day

The first Thursday of every month, “Neon Nights” features a live DJ, free food and free games all night! Now with a different musical theme every month, it’s the perfect way to get a...

Watch: Silent Protest for Armenian Genocide

The Armenian Students Association (ASA) held a silent protest for the 1915 Armenian Genocide on Feb. 5, 2015 on Matador Walk. Held across different campuses in unity, ASA hopes to spread awarness on genocides...

Matador News: February 5th, 2015

Jordan begins airstrikes against ISIS; Sony co-chair Amy Pascal steps down, and CSUN students say they'd welcome soy and coconut milk at campus coffee houses. Anchors: Jacqueline Aldana, Lindsey Karlis, October Primavera and Nancy Tinajero

Bass & Beats Episode 2: Where We Show Love to the Bay Area

This week, on the Sundial's Bass & Beats podcast, Kenneth Berry and new guest, Staff Writer Sean Thomas, talk about the death of The Jacka, the lack of new leaders of Hip Hop, Suge...

Watch: A.S Farmer’s Market

CSUN students can now enjoy local produce and food on campus.
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