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College life: Local Cafe for Midterms – Lifeclash Episode 4

College life: Local Cafe for Midterms - Lifeclash Episode 4

Delmy Moran

March 15, 2015

In this weeks episode of Lifeclash, we show you guys a local cafe near campus, where you guys can relax and get your work done, what's hot in music for college students, sports update and a simple DIY T-shirt design. Please subscribe! and keep tuning in for more of our videos. Enjoy!  

Matador News: March 3rd, 2015

Matador News: March 3rd, 2015

Matador News

March 3, 2015

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addresses Congress; the LAPD answers questions about the weekend's fatal shooting of a man on Skid Row, and CSUN's Daily Sundial and Scene Magazine win awards for excellence. Anchors: Carlos Revelo, Janelle Rodriguez, William Ruiz, Frankie Benkovic, Producers:...

Creative ways to get fit

Creative ways to get fit

Rose Barraza

February 17, 2015

Climb, jump, dodge and flip this year for a complete and unique full body workout in Northridge and Van Nuys. The Student Recreation Center offers rock-climbing classes with the membership that is already included in your CSUN tuition. Rock-climbing clears your mind and works out your entire body. “You’re...

Watch: Lifeclash Episode 2

Watch: Lifeclash Episode 2

Delmy Moran

February 12, 2015

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 the Grammy’s and sport news. Hope you enjoy our second episode, and feel free to comment below telling us about...

Men’s Volleyball: CSUN wins epic shootout with the No. 8 UC Santa Barbara

Men's Volleyball: CSUN wins epic shootout with the No. 8 UC Santa Barbara

Sarah Goulding

February 5, 2015

Victories come to those who earn them as the Matadors (5-5 overall, 3-3 in MPSF.) upset the No. 8 UC Santa Barbara Gauchos 3-1 (25-16, 23-25, 25-17, 25-23). In just four sets, CSUN proved that rank means nothing. “Rankings; they don’t really matter so much,” Senior middle blocker Greg Faulkner...

Watch: A.S Farmer’s Market

Watch: A.S Farmer's Market

Matthew Beavers

February 4, 2015

CSUN held its very first Farmer's Market Tuesday, February 2nd, near the Magnolia Walk. Local produce and food vendors were there to showcase their fresh and healthy food for CSUN students. The Farmer's Market will be held every Tuesday from 10:00 am-2:00 pm. Shot And Edited By Matthew Beavers and Alex...

Watch: Sundial LifeClash

Watch: Sundial LifeClash

Delmy Moran

February 3, 2015

Come check out our, first ever, entertainment episode for The Sundial newspaper. We will cover stories from lifestyle, culture clash, campus events and celebrity news. We will be producing shows for you guys every other week. This is our first episode so I hope you guys keep checking in as we will improve...

Matadors dismantle the Lancers on the road

Kelly Rosales/Contributor

Sarah Goulding

January 29, 2015

  CSUN (4-4, 2-2 MPSF) set an MPSF 2015 season record with the longest set played in the season in the first set of the match against Cal. Baptist. The Matadors secured a 36-34 victory; more than ten points higher than a regular game. CSUN took the next game 25-19, lost the third set 25-19 an...

All Star game customs should stay in place

Kevin Durant (left) and LeBron James (right) will feature in the 2015 NBA All-Star game next month and were voted by fans to be part of the Western and Eastern Conference rosters. Photo courtesy of Tribune News Services.

Anna Logan

January 28, 2015

There’s a reason why sports fans continually tune in to watch the various All Star games, and it’s not because of any unsettled scores. It’s because All Star games, whether played on the field, rink, or court, are match ups that only happen once a year, and are carried out by ...

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