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The results of the Mueller investigation

Opinions on the result of the Mueller investigation and the lack of collusion with Russia

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Committee looks into potential bias in professor evaluations

The Educational Equity Committee will look into reported biases in student evaluations of professors

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South LA community gathers in honor of Nipsey Hussle

Fans honored the rapper's life during a 25.5-mile long funeral procession on April 11

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CSUN TRENDS Fashion Show: Behind the runway

A look at what and who is behind CSUN's 40th Annual TRENDS Fashion Show

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Fighting for a seat at the table

How a unique recruiting strategy has helped CSUN's baseball team thrive

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When and Where 4/24 – 5/1

Wednesday, April 24 Boyle Heights Walking Ghost Tour Cost: $25 Time: 6 – 9 p.m. Place: Cultural and History Center; 2026 E. 1st St., Los Angeles A two-hour walking tour where you will have the chance to listen to ghost stories from historians, community organizers and researchers. CASA 0101...

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CSUN Sounds

Weekly sound roundups are here to save you from looking lost when you're hit with "You haven't heard it yet?"

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Hollywood continues to push for representation in horror

Jordan Peele's 'Us' and the documentary 'Horror Noire' may be responsible for complete turn-arounds in Hollywood casting

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Matadors of the Week

Sean Skelly Junior, baseball The catcher/DH had a fantastic series at CSU Long Beach. Despite the team dropping two of the three games, Skelly went 5 for 10 with two home runs and three runs scored. In Sunday’s loss, Skelly went 2 for 2 with a home run, while also reaching base via a walk […]

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Art students awarded for their work at the Annual Juried Student Exhibition

Students describe their passion for art, their inspiration for their award-winning work and their future goals as professional artists

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The life of CSUN’s Dance Team captain

How the art of dance has healed and elevated CSUN's Dance Team captain

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Review: ‘Shazam!’

“Shazam!” is a simple movie, and in many ways, that’s where its merit lies. The story of a young boy who is given the power to turn into an adult with superhuman powers by an interdimensional wizard is, by default, hard to take seriously. The trick is making sure the corniness of the comic...

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Review: ‘High Life’ enters uncharted territory

Director Claire Denis’ “High Life” is almost never silent. When there is no dialogue, there is a deluge of sound. The creaking of old machinery, the crying of an infant, the pulsing and drowning of Tindersticks’ experimental score. The bubbling waters of memory. The sound mixing of the movie...

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Students give back to the community with the VITA Clinic

Students gain learning experiences in the taxation and accounting field while also providing cost-free tax services for low-income residents in the San Fernando Valley through the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program at CSUN. The Bookstein Institute for Higher Education in Taxation offers...

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‘The MataDolls’ dance team seeks to empower the black community at CSUN

MataDolls dance team coach discusses obstacles, how they've made it work and long term goals here at CSUN

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