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Music therapy major follows her calling

A female musician in a black dress hold a guitar
Roberto Cisneros January 31, 2019

A child of divorce, 21-year-old music therapy major Crystal Waters recalls her earliest childhood memories of having to move back and forth between her mom and dad and feeling like the peacekeeper of her...

Alumnus offers opportunities for artists

A man with two story books in both of his hands
Elliott Keegan December 13, 2018

Recent CSUN grad and author Jesse Orenshein is helping current students bridge the gap from students to professionals by recruiting them to work as illustrators on his series of children's books. Louise...

CSUN professor gets first-hand experience of what she teaches

Photo courtesy of Erica Wohldmann.
Jamie Perez April 20, 2015

In 2012, after spotting a freshly killed red fox on a country back road, Erica Wohldmann decided to pick it up and take it home. When she got home, she skinned it, cooked the leg quarters and even decided...

Living out someone else’s dreams

Fathella's wall was initially yellow, but while renewing her lease, she asked the manager if she could repaint the wall blue. Wynnona Loredo / Staff Photographer
Esmeralda Ramirez April 6, 2015

Ayat Fathella, 21 and the youngest of four siblings, came to the US from Kuwait in Oct. 2012. She is study civil engineering, and plans to graduate Fall 2017, but it’s not what she wants. "It's my...

Speaking through beatboxing

Photo courtesy of Edward-Vincent Montemayor Bantasan.
Jamie Perez March 24, 2015

Silence fills the room as the vibrations of vocal chords imitating electronic sounds, drum beats and turntable effects swarm the ears of the intent crowd. No instruments are present, and no one assists...

The pursuit of knowledge knows no age limit

Photo credit: Rose Barraza
Rose Barraza March 18, 2015

A retired model and actress had a successful career becoming the first female actress champion, winning a grand total of $100,000 during the first season of "Star Search," but she still felt a void in...

Lilia Kibarska dances from circus to CSUN

Professor Lilia Kibarska; started in the Bulgarian National Rhythmic Gymnastics Team in her early teens to traveling with the Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus later to earn a B.F.A. in Dance from California Institute of the Arts; and a M.S. in Kinesiology at CSUN; teaches her Modern Dance Class in Redwood Hall; Feb. 24; 2015 (Matthew Delgado / Staff Photographer)
Lauren Rife March 3, 2015

CSUN students may know Lilia Kibarska as a dance instructor for beginning jazz and modern dance classes, but what they may not know is that her life before teaching at CSUN is far more complex than they...

Mr. Steal Your Goal: Adam Hobbs

Hobbs listening to his favorite song,
David Hawkins November 18, 2014

Photos and Story by: David J. Hawkins/ Senior Photographer There is only one man between the ball and the goal, and that man is Adam Hobbs, the Matadors’ junior goalkeeper. The 21-year-old...

Basketball Issue: Drew ready to take charge

Landon Drew, junior, has found much success during his basketball career. Drew started playing at the age of four. During high school he won most valuable player twice and won plaques at the Redondo and San Diego tournaments. Photo Credit: Araceli Castillo/Photo Editor
Shaka Dixon November 12, 2014

  A minute away from polishing off a stunning second-half claw back from 21 points against heavily favored Utah, CSUN men’s basketball found its precarious three-point lead in the hands of...

Basketball Isuue: Guay stays humble amid success

Ashley Guay, senior, played all 33 games of the 2013-2014 season. Guay became the first player in the Matador program to be named conference player of the year. She has set many records from having the most steals and assists. Photo Credit: Araceli Castillo/Photo Editor
Kyle Hufnagel November 12, 2014

  A lifetime of preparation and a ruthless predisposition catapulted San Diego native and CSUN senior Ashlee Guay to new heights, rewriting the record books in northern Los Angeles. After...

Men’s Soccer: David Turcios, the Matadors’ unsung hero

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Vincent Nguyen October 15, 2014

In the dying moments of extra-time, everyone tries to capture their breath after running up and down the field for an hour and a half. Somehow, some way, one player consistently glides through the...

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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