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Men’s Soccer: Second half surge lifts CSUN over Memphis

Men’s Soccer: Second half surge lifts CSUN over Memphis

Darko Debogovic

September 1, 2013

The CSUN men’s soccer team (2-0) continued their hot play staging an impressive second half rally to knock off Memphis (1-1) in the championship game of the Ryan Rossi Memorial Tournament. Despite being down a goal 12 minutes into the game, Northridge was able to mount a comeback in the second half, win...

LAPD name suspect in Northridge girl assault case

Gabrielle Moreira

March 30, 2013

The LAPD Robbery-Homicide Division has identified a suspect in the case of an assault and kidnapping of a 10-year-old Northridge girl. Tobias Dustin Summers was named as the only suspect in the case at a 3 p.m. press conference, available through live stream. Summers is described as a 6 foot tall, 30...

The Northridge Farmers’ Market’s opening event

C. Megan Diskin

March 21, 2013

Northridge Fashion Center kicked off the 2013 Spring season of the Farmer’s Market and Family Festival with entertainment, food and rides Wednesday evening. Northridge Fashion Center’s seasonal Farmers’ Market and Family Festival brought out community members for an evening of family fun. Magicians,...

Sunday plane crash rattles CSUN students

Andrew Clark

November 27, 2012

 A day after a single-engine Cessna plane crashed into CSUN’s East Field near Zelzah Avenue and Plummer Street, students and local emergency personnel continued to react to the scene. “I didn’t think it was real, it was a shock,’” said Erick Rodriguez, a 20-year-old Pierce College stude...

BREAKING: Man and woman survive plane crash on east side of CSUN

Perry Smith

November 25, 2012

UPDATED: 5:18 p.m. Two passengers escaped a single-plane crash with minor to moderate injuries Sunday afternoon, after their plane went down on campus near the intersection of Zelzah and Plummer. The plane’s occupants, a man and woman who were both believed to be in their 60s, were headed...

Bill could require CSU trustees to warn students about tuition hikes in advance

Mayra Escobedo

September 26, 2012

>>UPDATE September 28, 2012. 12:01 p.m. Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill that would require CSU trustees and UC regents to notify students 30-days in advance before tuition and fee increases are made, on Sept. 27. AB 970, the Working Families Student Fee Transparency and Accountability Act,...

Campus alertness heightens after second gunman scare

Christina Bennett

September 26, 2012

>>CLARIFICATION: If plain clothes police officers were used for any police investigation, it would be at discretion of the chief of police and depend on factors unique to such situations. CSUN had its emergency confidence tested a year ago today when police were alerted to a possible gun...

Shooting leaves 1 dead and 3 injured near Northridge

Shooting leaves 1 dead and 3 injured near Northridge

Melissa Simon

September 25, 2012

>>UPDATE 8:01 p.m. Police received a call around 12:07 a.m. on Tuesday about a shooting on Balboa Boulevard and Parthenia Street that left one man dead and three people injured, according to LAPD Officer Chris No. Bilai Wellthy heard five gunshots from the bedroom of her apartment. An ...

Temporary marriage licenses not a solution to increasing divorce rates

Natalie Rivera

May 6, 2012

Natalie Rivera Daily Sundial   In September, Mexico City lawmakers proposed legislation that would allow couples to apply for temporary marriage licenses. Under the law couples would be able to choose the length of their marriage, starting at a minimum of two years, and would be able t...

Let’s stand up for education together: A California assemblyman’s work to save education

Contributor

March 12, 2012

By California Assemblyman Bob Blumenfield I was thrilled last week when thousands of students from across California rallied around the State Capitol to speak out against further budget cuts at our public universities.  I share their frustration with these cuts and encourage you, the students and un...

Smoking ban on campus will improve our quality of life

Contributor

March 7, 2012

This is a response from Campuses Organized and United for Good Health (COUGH) Northridge to the opinion piece that was written by Joelle Katz in the Daily Sundial on January 30, 2012 titled “Non-smoker says: Don’t ban smoking!” With the recently passed mandate requiring that all University of California ...

Witches Brew Lounge is a comfortable spot for students

Witches Brew Lounge is a comfortable spot for students

Matthew Ashman

January 26, 2012

When you first lay eyes upon The Witches Brew Cocktail Lounge you really aren't sure what to think. From the outside you are greeted with just a lit up sign and a door with no windows and no way to look inside to see if this is the type of place you want to spend your evening. If you are ...

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