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CSUN students register for spring classes

Gabriela Rodriguez

November 18, 2014

Funerals are taking place today in Jerusalem for the victims of a terrorist attack. The NFL suspends Adrian Peterson without pay for the rest of the season. Matador News Reporter Sabella Scalise has the latest on registration for Spring 2015 classes. Producers: Nancy Moreira, Samantha Benitz and Ken...

Chicana/o Studies Department talks about the 45th Anniversary Benefit Concert

Chicana/o Studies Department talks about the 45th Anniversary Benefit Concert

Gabriela Rodriguez

October 23, 2014

http://youtu.be/VQl2JJ5zHSU?t=5s The Canadian Parliament re-opens today, and the stock market soars on news of GM profits. Matador News reporter Cyndy Alvarado gets student reaction to a potential death penalty for the accused murderer of CSUN engineering student Abdullah Alkadi, and reporter Nicky...

Campus Sustainability Day

Campus Sustainability Day

Gabriela Rodriguez

October 9, 2014

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hY72MlGG5sI President Obama is in Los Angeles; ISIS continues to move in on the border town of Kobane in Syria. Matador News reporter Charne' Ingram is in the Sundial Studio with Department Coordinator of the CSUN Institute of Sustainability, Sarah Johnson. Producers:...

Pre-Doc Coordinator Hedy Carpenter on CSUN’s 16th Annual Advancement to Graduate Education Conference

Pre-Doc Coordinator Hedy Carpenter on CSUN’s 16th Annual Advancement to Graduate Education Conference

Gabriela Rodriguez

October 7, 2014

http://youtu.be/aQOB_TmzPD4?t=6s Air strikes continue over Syria. Dodger pitcher Clayton Kershaw is under pressure to win this afternoon. Matador News reporter Sabella Scalise talks to CSUN Pre-Doctoral Coordinator Hedy Carpenter about the Advancement to Graduate Education Conference. Producers:...

CSUN students react to California law giving financial aid to Dreamers

CSUN students react to California law giving financial aid to Dreamers

Gabriela Rodriguez

October 2, 2014

  Demonstrations continue in Hong Kong, and health officials in Dallas plan for the possibility of more ebola cases. Matador News reporter Angela Hoffman talks to The Sundial senior editor Jonathan Diaz about the parking problem here at CSUN, and reporter Jareena Silva gets reaction to Adam...

Director of CSUN Health Education Program Dr. Lawrence Chu talks about the ebola crisis

Gabriela Rodriguez

October 1, 2014

http://youtu.be/AtSpGuwQyaI?t=6s The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirm the first Ebola case in the U-S. Director of CSUN's Health Education Program, Dr. Lawrence Chu explains what this means for Americans, and CSUN students react. Producers: Evan Mederos and Lorenzo Mutia Anchors:...

CSUN students try to beat the heat

CSUN students try to beat the heat

Gabriela Rodriguez

September 16, 2014

It's the third day of a record-breaking heat wave in Los Angeles, and Matador News reporter Kelsey Ducklow reports live from the CSUN campus on students' strategies for beating the heat. Reporter Beau Akers talks to Assistant Stage Manager Josh Cooper about the upcoming production of 'Juarez: A Mexican Docudrama', a presentati...

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