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A.S. Chair of Clubs and Organizations offered position on search committee for new athletic director

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Brandon Ilano April 9, 2018

Associated Students President Jonathan Goldenberg was appointed to the search committee for a new athletic director but is unable to attend because of scheduling conflicts. In his place, Goldenberg...

Ntagu and Merida elected A.S. President and VP

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Jacob Pascua April 5, 2018

Thunderous applause filled the Thousand Oaks room Thursday night as Beverly Ntagu and Rose Merida of Matador Movement were announced as the new heads of administration for the upcoming academic year. After...

A.S. and USU election organizers hope for high turnout

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Orlando Mayorquin April 4, 2018

Associated Students and University Student Union student leadership elections are underway as online polls opened this morning. Eligible CSUN students received an email containing a link to the ballot....

AS elections: Matador Movement candidates want to see a change for students

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Brandon Ilano April 3, 2018

Psychology major Beverly Ntagu is running for Associated Students president on the Matador Movement slate with Vice Presidential candidate Rose Merida, a health administration major. According to Ntagu...

Culture of overspending continues in A.S., candidates say

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Ryan Mancini April 10, 2017

The financial strain felt by the campus seems to continue in Associated Students (A.S.), two years after the Sundial reported on it after an AS senate meeting."It’s getting worse, as the school is...

A.S. candidates discuss their platforms during town hall

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Jose Ocampo April 4, 2017

Two presidential candidates and their vice-presidents for Associated Students (A.S.) spoke in a town hall Monday to address better funding for tutoring programs, club events, and the recent CSU tuition...

Students reveal if politics are more important than their homework

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Heidi Weinrich March 16, 2017

After the 2016 Presidential Election, students find it hard to decide what is more important to them, their homework or current political events. Chair of Elections for Associated Students, Jaelin Palmer,...

MataCare Grant aids students with financial emergency

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America Garza March 7, 2017

Students in need of an emergency source of funding can now apply for the MataCare Grant through the financial aid office.The MataCare Grant was designed to help students who have exhausted all financial...

CSUN aims to centralize sustainability efforts

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Dede Ogbueze February 7, 2017

CSUN has multiple locations on campus which contribute to the university’s sustainability efforts and although sustainability is highly promoted, it isn’t clear where the efforts come from. Darien...

Students look forward to Viola Davis speaking at the VPAC

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Heidi Weinrich January 27, 2017

Students anticipate the arrival of award-winning actress Viola Davis to CSUN on Feb. 8 in the Valley Performing Arts Center to discuss how her past experiences have made her a strong individual as well...

Low student turn out at town hall meeting about tuition increase

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Robert Spallone November 23, 2016

A town hall meeting from Associated Students (AS) regarding the possibility of a tuition increase of $270 annually, drew a small number of students Tuesday afternoon. The campus’ Grand Salon had approximately...

Endorsing propositions on campus

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Joanna Bautista November 7, 2016

With the upcoming election, it is important for students to be informed on the propositions they are voting for, according to Associated Students (A.S.) Attorney General Christian Rubalcava. CSUN has had...

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