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Faculty union OKs California State University contract that provides 10% raise by July

Professors and staff strike at Cal State University Northridge as California Faculty Association kicks off a week-long strike at CSU campuses as they seek higher wages on Monday, Jan. 22, 2024. The union’s membership approved a new contract, the CFA announced on Monday, Feb. 19. (Photo by Sarah Reingewirtz, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG) -- Long Beach Press-Telegram

CSUN Athletics Celebrates Academic Excellence with Most Valuable Professor Night

CSUN Athletics and the Matador women's basketball team honored 11 professors during its Most Valuable Professor (MVP) night on Thursday (Feb. 15) in Premier America Credit Union Arena, with each student-athlete honoring a professor who has significantly impacted their academic journey. The event highlights the strong relationships between student-athletes and faculty members beyond the classroom. -- BVM Sports

CSUN Athletics Highlights: Records Broken and Promising Starts

The week of competition for the Roadrunners featured several standout performances, including Julia Riley setting a three-point shooting record for Women's Basketball, Softball earning its first victory under new coach Letty Olivarez, and Wrestler Richard Castro-Sandoval extending his win streak to five matches. Despite Men's Basketball dropping a pair of closely contested Big West contests, the `Runners remain in playoff contention. -- BVM Sports

CSUN’s Lauryn Carranco, Cal State Fullerton’s Megan Delgadillo, and UC Santa Barbara’s Ainsley Waddell Win Weekly Awards

22607CSUN pitcher Lauryn Carranco went undefeated during three appearances and posted a spotless ERA and notched the third complete game of the sophomore's career in the Diamond Classic this weekend to clinch the first Big West Pitcher of the week award. This is the fourth weekly distinction of Carranco's collegiate career after securing Big West Freshman of the Week three times in 2023 (Apr. 3, May 1, 8). -- The Big West

What Is Kelsey T’s Religion on The Bachelor & The Real Reason She Left The Church

She continued: “To this day my dad has a talk show I wrote, produced and starred in on his phone. I don’t think he knew I had it in me, no one did, not even me. When high school came around, I joined a theater class and that’s when I realized I wanted to pursue creativity for the rest of my life. At the same time, I was a full-blown Jehovah’s Witness and I knew the two couldn’t co-exist. So I decided to leave the religion and set my focus on attending California State University, Northridge.” -- StyleCaster

What Happens if You Eat Moldy Bread? Food Safety Experts Weigh In

"The reason why we see food spoilage in bread is if food has been warm or moist or it has been around long enough for a disease-growing organism to grow," says Gevork Kazanchyan, environmental health professor at Cal State University Northridge. "The mold would not have grown if a food-preserving environment was maintained." -- Martha Stewart Magazine

CSUN Water Polo Dominates Cal Lutheran Invitational With Two Consecutive Wins!

CSUN Water Polo, ranked No. 22, secured two wins at the Cal Lutheran Invitational, defeating host Cal Lutheran 10-7 and the University of Toronto 13-7. Helena Sandhagen led offensively with seven goals across both matches, while goalkeeper Samantha Bright contributed to the victories with nine saves. -- BVM Sports