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Student demonstration denounces campus police’s reaction to gun threat

Student demonstration denounces campus police’s reaction to gun threat

Jacob Pascua

February 28, 2018

Students dressed in red and white, fervently chanted “My life is not a hoax” and “Open and operational” in a staged performance in front of the Oviatt library on Monday. The class of COMS 401, performance and social change, expressed their discontent with how campus police managed the false gun threat on Feb. 16. The students criticized CSUN for the lack of communication as students panicked when they ...

African DACA’s

African DACA’s

Valley View News

February 27, 2018

The Pew Research Center reports, over four thousand people from Africa living in the U.S. are DACA recipients. Many of whom are students. Cal State University, Northridge graduate Umu Rodgers, from Sierra Leone Africa says her father is the reason why she is here in the U.S. “It was always a...

Faculty win bragging rights in softball game against students

Faculty win bragging rights in softball game against students

Patricia Perdomo

May 2, 2016

Faculty members, students and alumni blew off some steam and got competitive on the field in a friendly game of softball. CSUN's Communication Association held it’s annual Faculty vs Students softball game Sunday, May 1, at Petit Park in Granada Hills. The game takes place at the end of the school year just before graduation. This year the turnout of students was not enough to pla...

Cultural diversity celebrated during annual CARNAVAL

Cultural diversity celebrated during annual CARNAVAL

Edward Ruano

April 9, 2016

The University Student Union hosted its 19th annual CARNAVAL event to celebrate the cultural diversity at CSUN and around the globe. The free event sprawled across Plaza Del Sol, featuring tables with henna tattoos and calligraphy artists, tarot card readings, a photo booth and more. Crowds of students...

Crime blotter for March 14 – 27

Crime blotter for March 14 – 27

Erik Luna

March 28, 2016

Monday, March 14A counterfeit parking permit was recovered from a vehicle parked in the G9 Parking Structure.A bicycle was stolen outside of Matador Hall. The bicycle was secured to a bicycle rack with an U-lock. An unknown suspect ignited the contents of a trash can on the east side of Zelzah Avenue....

Students, faculty march against abuse

Students, faculty march against abuse

Erik Luna

March 19, 2016

One by one they went up. It happened to one girl at the age of 18, another at 16 and another at 10. One girl couldn’t hold the microphone to her mouth because her hands would not stop shaking. Another couldn’t face the crowd to tell her story, but eventually turned around when she felt co...

Students benefit from mock interviews at Interview Frenzy

Students benefit from mock interviews at Interview Frenzy

Michael Herrera

March 11, 2016

The Career Center hosted an "Interview Frenzy" on Thursday in Bayramian Hall where students were able to brush up on their interview skills with employers before going out into the work force.The event saw eager students waiting to have one-on-one 10-minute interview sessions with employers. Patricia ...

A.S. hosts conference, encourages high schoolers to pursue college

A.S. hosts conference, encourages high schoolers to pursue college

Nicollette Ashtiani

March 1, 2016

High school students got a taste of college life yesterday as they explored the CSUN campus as a part of Associated Students' "A.S. Awareness Month."Local high school Associated Student Body students from Northridge Academy and Granda Hills Charter were invited to attend a "High School Conference," a series ...

Students get the rundown on the importance of inclusive language

Students get the rundown on the importance of inclusive language

Hannah Brunelli

February 17, 2016

Students learned the do's and don't s of using inclusive language from Diversity Educator Jessica Pettitt as a part of CSUN's "Change Your Words, Change the World" week at the USU's Grand Salon. CSUN Recreational Tourism major, Lea Morgan, said she hoped Change Your Words Week might impact students in t...

Matador News: May 5th, 2015

Matador News: May 5th, 2015

Matador News

May 5, 2015

Neurosurgeon Ben Carson announces his presidential candidacy; Matador News reporter Michell Gomez talks to CSUN Student Resource Center director Jimmy Francis about new health services for stressed-out students. Anchors: Paul Chu, Ulises Vargas, Jannet Mata and Maria Cartaya Producers: Alexi Chidbachian...

Mitchell Family Counseling Clinic: Student trainees take on the future of therapy

Mitchell Family Counseling Clinic: Student trainees take on the future of therapy

Leah Arzu

December 11, 2014

This isn’t your average therapy clinic, it’s a teaching program primarily led by assisted grad students. The private practice styled program, gives trainees hands on experience with patients, on and off campus. This unique approach is what drew Grad Student and trainee Kayla Caceres, to the c...

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