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Here is how CSUN students can save when shopping

Here is how CSUN students can save when shopping

Blanca Palacios

April 5, 2018

Matadors can save some cash on tunes and TV when bundling everything together with the new Spotify/Hulu deal. When students sign up with their CSUN.edu email, they are eligible to receive both services monthly for only $4.99. Many of us know that when you walk into American Eagle or Forever 21, and yo...

What are they filming in front of the Oviatt Library?

What are they filming in front of the Oviatt Library?

Orlando Mayorquin

April 4, 2018

Filiming for The Orville, a TV show on FOX, is taking place in front of the Oviatt Library. The show stars Seth McFarlane and is a science-fiction comedy series that takes place in space. That explains the spaceship and considerable amounts of film equipment on the right side of the Oviatt lawn....

Matadors of the Week

Matadors of the Week

Orlando Mayorquin

April 4, 2018

D'Andreah Young Young won the 400-meter hurdles event at the Stanford Invitational on Mar. 30. Young ran the third fastest time in school history with a 58.15. Her time is also the 10th fastest time in Division I this season. She was named Big West Track Athlete of the Week. Young's next showing will b...

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

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

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 and Merida, AS is meant to be for the students by the students and they want students more involved...

Horvath breaks CSUN’s home run record; Matadors still drop both games against UC Davis

Horvath breaks CSUN’s home run record; Matadors still drop both games against UC Davis

Karlie Habitz

April 3, 2018

Savannah Horvath breaks CSUN's home run record as the Matadors drop two games Saturday during a double header against UC Davis. It was softball's first losing series against the Aggies in five years. Game 1 Matadors scored two runs in the first two innings and remained silent until Horvath's home run in...

A comeback win for men’s volleyball in first game vs UCSB

A comeback win for men’s volleyball in first game vs UCSB

Karlie Habitz

April 3, 2018

After two weeks off men’s volleyball, No. 8, beat UC Santa Barbara, No. 11, in four sets (16-25, 25-21, 25-16 and 25-23) as senior Arvis Greene led the team with 17 kills. CSUN (13-8, 3-3 Big West) had a rough start the first set of the night but came back and swept the Gauchos in the next thre...

Google guest speaker introduces new cloud platform to CSUN students

Google guest speaker introduces new cloud platform to CSUN students

Jacob Pascua

April 3, 2018

Josh Gwyther, the west coast’s Head of Customer Engineering for Google Cloud, spoke to students about their developing database platform.   Gwyther has worked for Google over two years, approaching clients to run applications on the platform. According to Gwyther, Google Cloud is a data...

Brew means more than just coffee at the USU

Brew means more than just coffee at the USU

Nick Rose

March 29, 2018

As students are wrapping up mid-term season and with finals looming in the distance, many students need a place of Zen that set’s their mind at ease while dealing with the stresses of academics. If combing a rock garden or selecting the perfect blend of herbal tea doesn’t cut it, it may just be...

California won’t fund your travel to eight states

California won’t fund your travel to eight states

Diane Roxas

March 26, 2018

CSUN’s VEX Robotics Club is traveling to Kentucky to compete in the VEX Robotics World Championships in April. This is the fourth year the club will compete in the world championship, but the first time they will tackle a travel restriction.California will not use tax payer money to fund travel to...

CSUN Alumnus Remembered After Deadly Crash

CSUN Alumnus Remembered After Deadly Crash

Kelcey Henderson

March 20, 2018

A California State University, Northridge alumnus died early Sunday morning in an accident that left his car in flames in Granada Hills, authorities said. The driver was 26-year-old Joshua Raymond Briggs. Briggs was a former CSUN student who graduated in 2016 with a B.A. in Cinema and Television Arts...

Games to watch: 3/14-3/20

Games to watch: 3/14-3/20

Justin Vigil

March 13, 2018

3/16 CSUN vs Notre DameCSUN enters the big dance facing off with No. 1 seed Notre Dame. The Matadors will face their toughest test of the season when visiting the (29-3) Fighting Irish. The Irish have disposed of almost all their opponents this year, winning 15 of their games by 20 points or more. Cha...

Scholarly Activist Loses DACA Status, Gains Legal Practice

Scholarly Activist Loses DACA Status, Gains Legal Practice

Valley View News

February 27, 2018

Lizbeth Mateo has been an activist for undocumented immigrants since college. She graduated from CSUN and Santa Clara Law School as an undocumented student. Mateo recently opened her own practice less than one year after being sworn in as an attorney. She says all her work has prepared her for this moment. “This...

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