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CSUN: Are You Aware? – Thanksgiving 2017

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Kelcey Henderson

November 21, 2017

We asked CSUN students if they were aware of the history of Thanksgiving.

Student recipes to try this Thanksgiving

A brined and raosted turkey recipe. (Tammy Ljungblad/Kansas City Star/TNS)

Roza Asgharzadeh

November 18, 2015

Thanksgiving is fast approaching and so here are four different dishes to get inspired by for the Thanksgiving holiday. 1) Mama Ramirez’s Mashed Potato: Amanda Ramirez, 23-year-old geographical information systems major, shared her favorite Thanksgiving recipe, which she got from her mother. Mashe...

Women’s Basketball: CSUN defeats Montana State in Thanksgiving Basketball Classic

Senior Cinnamon Lister goes airborne for her layup against Montana State during the Matadors' game on Friday night. Lister scored 11 points for the Matadors in their 78-66 win over Montana. Photo Credit: Trevor Stamp/Senior Photographer

Moises Ajanel

November 30, 2014

The Matadors continued to build on their hot start by defeating the Montana State Bobcats (78-66) in the second game of The Radisson Hotel Chatsworth Thanksgiving Basketball Classic at the Matadome on Nov. 28. In a game that featured 10 ties and 10 lead changes, the Matadors were finally able to ...

Football Friday gives Thanks on Black Friday

Football Friday gives Thanks on Black Friday

Pete D. Camarillo

November 28, 2014

While you enjoy your holiday break listen to the Football Friday group say what their thankful for. They recap Thursday's action of the NFL before talking NCAA rivalry week. Pete talks about Charles Woodson and his impact with the Raiders, while Berry is thankful for the 49ers losing. Also, UCLA ...

Matador Fantasy Football Thanksgiving Edition

Andrew Luck once again is a Fantasy Stud this week. Sundial Sports team. Photo courtesy of Tribune News Service.

Conner Faulk

November 26, 2014

Happy Thanksgiving Matadors!  We are excited to present the Thanksgiving Edition of the Matador Fantasy Football podcast.  Ernesto and Conner dive into the week 13 games and provide the fantasy advice you need to win your week.  Don't forget we will have our live show presented by the Sundial, t...

Get ready for Thanksgiving with these DIY crafts

Photo Credit: Maricruz Meza

Maricruz Meza

November 24, 2014

Looking for affordable Thanksgiving decorations? Try some of these easy and fun DIY’s for your Thanksgiving gathering that you and your whole family can make.   Pumpkin Candle Holders These pumpkin candle holders are small enough to make wonderful centerpieces among all the delicious food on your table. Decorate them to your li...

Thanksgiving, stuffed with colonialism and capitalism for added zest

Illustration by Ryan Mancini/ Assistant Opinions Editor

Ryan Mancini

November 24, 2014

What do colonialism and capitalism have to do with the Thanksgiving holiday?   By Ryan Mancini The theatrics of the holiday season create a seductive and aggravating period for most Americans. The capitalistic pull consumes people into buying food and gifts, and the supposed mor...

Give thanks, but know our history

Give thanks, but know our history

Daily Sundial

November 26, 2013

As families in America come together for Thanksgiving and feast on delicious, savory meals and give thanks to everything good that the world has given them, they don’t acknowledge where this holiday actually came from. It has come to symbolize family togetherness, American pride, gratitude and app...

Stop appropriating Native American culture

Stop appropriating Native American culture

Hansook Oh

November 20, 2012

  There’s been much to be angry about during this year’s Native American Heritage Month. Victoria’s Secret got into trouble after consumers expressed anger toward the faux-Native American outfit one of their models wore while strutting down the runway. Apparently, the company did not ...

Black Friday creeps up on Thanksgiving this year

Taylor Villescas

November 20, 2012

Thanksgiving has always been a tradition of food, family, and good cheer. But this year, it has gained a new tradition: early Black Friday shopping. This high-holy day for avid shoppers has begun bleeding into Thanksgiving night. Typically, stores do not open their doors until midnight or early morning...

CSUN fraternity holds annual turkey drive

Melody Cherchian

November 20, 2012

A few days before Thanksgiving, her husband lost his job. She looked at her two children and felt a pang as she thought of how to tell them they couldn’t afford a Thanksgiving dinner this year. One day, Genevieve Sosa, 41, a wife and mother of two, was gathered with 15 other families in the lo...

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