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Start of the semester clubs for students

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Priscilla Diaz

August 26, 2015

MataFest The University Student Union (USU) kicks off the semester at its annual MataFest with free food, live entertainment and prizes. Available twice during the day, check out the MataFest to learn more about events, programs and opportunities available to CSUN students. Students can also learn m...

AS explains where their money is coming from and going to

AS senate members listen to voting instructions to propose amendments to go on the student ballot. Wynnona Loredo / Staff Photographer

Alexandra Chidbachian

February 23, 2015

Unexpected school events have caused a major funding backlash for Associated Students (AS) causing them to decrease allocations for club events, as noted by the AS finance committee. Senators and the finance committee are in a debate over whether to give full funding to clubs. High enrollment rates...

Clubs and organizations to temporarily receive less money from Associated Students

Adria Brodie

September 21, 2010

CSUN clubs and organizations will receive less funding in the next couple of weeks until Associated Students (A.S.) receives its portion of freshman student fees. Vahan Khodanian, A.S. director of finance, said during his report Tuesday that the current balance for clubs and organizatio...

Matador Involvement Center holds workshops for students starting new clubs and organizations

Blanca Gomez

September 19, 2010

The Matador Involvement Center has been conducting new club workshops. Jennifer Villarreal, activities assistant for the Matador Involvement Center (MIC) said these one-hour workshops are for students to be introduced to the process of establishing a new club or organization on campus. “...

Students learn about clubs and organizations on Meet the Clubs day

Blanca Gomez

September 2, 2010

Matadors explore the diversity of organizations and clubs that CSUN has to offer during the Meet the Clubs fair. Armando Ruiz/ Staff Photographer CSUN students gathered information about clubs and organizations on the first of two Meet the Clubs day. The event, which was hosted by the Matador ...

Matador Involvement Center provides students, faculty participation opportunities

Yahaira Garcia

July 8, 2010

Since last year, Rosa Torres, 20, is the treasurer for Hermanas Unidas de CSUN, an organization that strives to reach out to Latinas to provide academic resources and a family networking system. Torres, psychology major, joined the organization as a freshman and was voted into office in her sophomore ...

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