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Letter to the editor: The zero-policy on hazing is still very much in effect in the Greek community

Contributor November 9, 2015

Individuality is something that all CSUN students easily express, specifically proven since we were rated one of the most diverse college campuses in the state of California. Every person is different,...

Photo by Raul Martinez

Editorial: time to increase Greek transparency

Contributor September 9, 2015

New member recruitment was an immovable norm for fraternities and sororities at CSUN this year. Even after the hazing-related death of Armando Villa last year, rush week was still in full force. Now...

Illustration by Julienne Shih / Illustrator

Let’s welcome our new brothers and sisters

Stepakoff Joshua September 8, 2015

One year ago, the Greek community was informed by President Harrison that all of the new member intake processes were to cease immediately. An indefinite ban was placed on all recruitment processes. Fraternities...

Matador News: March 17th, 2015

Matador News: March 17th, 2015

Matador News March 18, 2015

Matador News reporter Janelle Marie Rodriguez talks to the president of the CSUN Chapter of SAE Eric Selph. Anchors: Ulises, Justin, Alexi and Frankie Producers: Sarina Sandoval

Juliet Wren-Jarvis (junior, political science), Katie Bariog (junior, liberal studies) and Anamarie Jones (senior, management) participated in the Spring 2012 Meet the Clubs Day to promote their sorority Delta Delta Delta. (File photo / The Sundial)

Greeks feel the effects of pledging ban

Kathleen Johnson January 28, 2015

Greek organizations are starting to feel the effects of last year’s decision to ban pledge activities for this semester. Last year’s ban, which came after CSUN was informed of two possible hazing-related...

Juliet Wren-Jarvis (junior, political science), Katie Bariog (junior, liberal studies) and Anamarie Jones (senior, management) participated in the Spring 2012 Meet the Clubs Day to promote their sorority Delta Delta Delta. (File photo / The Sundial)

Students divided over pledging ban

Cicely Chisholm January 18, 2015

There are a lot of images that can come to mind when thinking about Greek life on college campuses. For some, it might include non-stop parties and ridiculous initiation rites, if movies and TV...

Illustration by Kristine Delicana/Illustrations Editor

Greek alumni responds to administration’s decision on alleged hazing

Daily Sundial November 21, 2014

As a student of CSUN and alumni of the Greek system, I feel that the restrictions, and reaction of the CSUN administration, to the slew of hazing allegations were justified. When a student dies while...

AS allocates more than $2000 to Matador Band after much discussion

Jonathan R. Diaz October 27, 2014

Story by Taya Zoormandan The Associated Students (AS) Senate approved funding $2,212 toward the CSUN Matador Band after more than an hour of deliberation at their meeting today in the University Student...

CSUN fraternities and sororities raise funds for Special Olympics with mock jail and bail event

Natalie Estrada April 27, 2011

The CSUN Greek Community held Jail ‘n Bail, an event where one representative from each sorority and fraternity is imprisoned in a large mock jail cell in the USU’s Plaza del Sol on Tuesday from...

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