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CSUN womens soccer team cheer each other on before the game against UC Riverside in Northridge, Calif. on Thursday, Oct. 14, 2021.

Women’s soccer ends losing streak with late winner against UC Riverside

Bryan Hernandez, Reporter October 18, 2021

Set for consecutive home games, CSUN women’s soccer sought out to find their form near the end of regular season against University of California, Riverside Thursday night. Matadors secured a win...

CSUN sophomore Eirik Thomassen during the first round of the 25th Bill Cullum Invitational.

Men’s golf gets first win in over a decade

Danny Solano, Reporter October 18, 2021

CSUN men’s golf team crushed the competition on Tuesday at the Bill Cullum Invitational golf tournament, earning a score of 12 over par — half of the second place team Utah Valley. Tuesday’s victory...

The Lake Fire has burned a roughly 10,000 acres in the Los Angeles Forest on Aug. 12.

California faces an uphill battle with droughts and fires. But how does climate change factor into it?

Rodrigo Louvat, Reporter October 18, 2021

It’s no secret California has a history of natural disasters ranging from wildfires to droughts, which have been exacerbated by climate change. Over the last decade California has struggled through...

Students pick up pumpkins provided by Associated Students at the 7th annual Pumpkin Fest at CSUN in Northridge, Calif. on Tuesday, Oct. 12, 2021,

Photo essay: Pumpkins, candy apples and photo op galore at the annual Pumpkin Fest

Carolyn Burt, Social Media Editor October 14, 2021

CSUN’s Associated Students hosted the seventh annual Pumpkin Fest at the Plaza Del Sol on Tuesday. Those in attendance were able to pick up a free pumpkin and carving kit, as well as a candy or caramel...

Hispanic Heritage month: Why some are skeptical about it, thanks to its problematic history

Hispanic Heritage month: Why some are skeptical about it, thanks to its problematic history

Thomas Bravo, Reporter October 14, 2021

The United States government recognizes Hispanic Heritage month to highlight the contributions of Hispanic and Latino Americans, and inspirational figures such as Dolores Huerta and Cesar Chavez. Many...

Current CSUN housing and Metrolink shuttle fleet parked in the F10 parking lot on Sunday, Sept.19, 2021. The fleets front ends show that the vehicles are all over a decade old.

Opinion: A proposal for a more realistic CSUN bus fleet

Benjamin Verheiden, Contributor October 14, 2021

Since last writing about the CSUN bus fleet in 2019, I have analyzed the Student Housing and Residential Life, Metrolink shuttle routes and the current contracted fleet to new conclusions. Back in 2017,...

Beethoven Estupinian, left, gets a haircut from Bryan Cabrera, right, at the Standard Barbershop in Northridge, Calif., on Saturday, Oct. 9, 2021.

Standard Barbershop bounces back after close shave with pandemic woes

Lane Lawhead, Local Business Reporter October 14, 2021

The pandemic has caused widespread uncertainty for businesses everywhere. Many small businesses permanently closed during the nationwide shutdown, while others fell deeper and deeper into debt as their...

The Matadors of the Week are Taylor Orshoff from womens volleyball and Jamarr Ricketts of mens soccer.

Matadors of the Week: Jamar Ricketts and Taylor Orshoff

Jordan Puente, Sports Assistant Editor October 14, 2021

JAMAR RICKETTS Men’s soccer CSUN men's soccer secured their second win of the season and first Big West Conference victory Saturday against UC San Diego. Jamar Ricketts, a redshirt freshman,...

CSUN redshirt freshman Marcos Delgado, 17, moves the ball downfield against UCSD in Northridge, Calif., on Saturday, Oct. 9, 2021.

Men’s soccer scores first Big West win at home against UC San Diego

Bryan Hernandez, Reporter October 12, 2021

Entering their second home game on a high note from their hard fought draw last Wednesday, CSUN faced off against Big West Conference opponent University of California, San Diego on Saturday night. It...

California State University President Erika D. Beck,Ph.D. is photographed at the Younes and Soraya Nazarian Center for the Performing Arts on the CSUN Campus on July 27, 2021. 
“What drew me to CSUN was the diversity of the students at this campus. There is really nothing like it,” Beck said.

President Beck addresses questions on in-person commencement during first Campus Conversation

Sebastian Artola, Assistant News Editor October 12, 2021

During the first Campus Conversation of the semester via Zoom on Sept. 30, CSUN President Erika D. Beck spoke with Associated Students President Jonathan Hay about CSUN’s efforts toward educational equity...

CSUNs Womens Volleyball keeps a close eye on the ball as they rally against CSUF in the Matadome on October 8, 2021 in NORTHRIDGE, Calif.

Women’s volleyball falls short against CSUF 3-1

Kaitlyn Lavo, Staff Photographer October 11, 2021

CSUN hoped to get their first home and conference win Friday, but fell short against California State University, Fullerton. The Titans were able to put on numerous runs throughout the entire game to claim...

CSUN redshirt freshman Jamar Ricketts, 11, dribbles past the Sacramento State defense in Northridge, Calif. on Wednesday, Oct. 6, 2021.

Men’s soccer’s back-and-forth match with Sacramento State ends in draw 2-2

Bryan Hernandez, Reporter October 7, 2021

After opening the season with two straight losses, CSUN men’s soccer sought to shift gears in their third game in the Big West Conference against Sacramento State Wednesday night. From the whistle...

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