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Just another ‘bitch’ in the industry? Turning sexism into motivation.

woman with guitar strapped around her back looks seriously into the camera
Brandon Ilano March 6, 2018

Serena Foster, CSUN junior, met a producer during NBA All-Star Weekend who she thought was serious about advancing her career. The producer made attempts to develop a personal relationship with her but...

Women’s Volleyball: Casey Hinger’s legacy ahead of the class

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Candice Criss December 11, 2014

Since her debut in 2011, Casey Hinger, senior child development major, has been able to make impressive strides as a middle blocker for the women’s volleyball team. Hinger ended her last season...

CSUN analyzes female fan experience: Feature

Female fans show their support at a Men's Basketball game against Montana State, Nov. 19.
Samantha Petersen December 2, 2014

Updated CSUN Survey (Men's Soccer Version) Female attendees at a CSUN men’s soccer game in November were greeted with a two-page survey regarding their experience as sports spectators on campus. The...

Athletics meal plan progress on-going

New NCAA regulation allows coaches to provide meals for athletes after exhausting practices. File Photo/ The Sundial
Samantha Petersen October 8, 2014

At CSUN, only the men's and women's basketball teams have benefited from an NCAA rule implemented in August by way of a card that can be used once a day exclusively at Geronimo's, a campus dining hall. The...

Athletics modernizes the CSUN brand

Through the first half of the season, the Matadors will rely on experience to defend a new Matadome floor, and they will take their games on the road against tough non-conference opponents. File Photo/ The Sundial
Moises Ajanel September 24, 2014

CSUN’s complete overhaul of the Matador logo, athletics uniforms, the Matadome and the perimeters surrounding the athletic fields took steps towards Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Brandon...

Stinson killing it for the Matadors

Ciena Stinson, junior, outside hitter for the women's volleyball team, was named Big West Player two weeks ago. On Aug. 29 Stinson obtained 15 kills and 26 on Aug. 30. Photo Credit: Candice Criss/ The Sundial
Candice Criss September 24, 2014

When Cieana Stinson started her freshman year of high school she wanted to be a cheerleader but thanks to a very persuasive coach, this Big West Player of the Week awardee turned to volleyball and...

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