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M-soccer Notebook: Co-captain Garcia nearing return to field

Co-captain Rafael Garcia has missed six games this season due to a meniscus tear suffered during CSUN’s preseason match against Cal State Dominguez Hills on Aug. 20, but the senior midfielder remains optimistic and feels he’ll be back before the end of the month. “I should hopefully be back in a week and a half,” […]

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W-Vball: BYU overpowers Matadors in non-conference finale

W-Vball: BYU overpowers Matadors in non-conference finale

BYU and its impressive 10-3 record entered the Matadome Saturday afternoon on the back end of a six-game road trip along with a heartbreaking defeat the prior night at Cal State Fullerton. All signs pointed towards a weary Cougar team and a solid opportunity for the well-rested Cal State Northridge women’s volleyball team, which hadn’t […]

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M-Soccer: Matadors rally, tie at Bakersfield in double overtime

M-Soccer: Matadors rally, tie at Bakersfield in double overtime

The Matadors (2-3-1) gave Cal State Bakersfield (2-0-2) a run for their money on Thursday night as they rallied from two goals down to salvage a 2-2 draw. With the result, CSUN’s 22-game winning streak over CSUB came to an end. The Matadors now hold a 22-0-1 all-time advantage over the Roadrunners. Despite the comeback, […]

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California ‘Jobs First’ bill shot down in the senate

Gov. Jerry Brown’s California Jobs First bill, SB116, failed in the Senate last Friday after gaining no republican votes, despite Brown’s announcement of a bipartisan agreement the day before. The bill revolved around setting California’s corporation-tax apportionment to mandate the use of the Single Sales Factor formula, which measures the ratio of California sales to […]

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Two car collision near CSUN campus sends one driver to hospital

Two car collision near CSUN campus sends one driver to hospital

Two motorists were involved in a collision Wednesday afternoon just outside of the CSUN campus. No CSUN students were involved in the accident, which occurred at about 4:30 p.m. at the intersection of Darby Avenue and Nordhoff Street. Don Hackman, 58, was driving his 1970 black Chevy truck westbound and waiting to turn left onto […]

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Rapidly developing China displayed in CSUN’s ‘Tales of Our Time’

Rapidly developing China displayed in CSUN’s ‘Tales of Our Time’

CSUN plays host to its newest exhibition, “Tales of Our Time: Two Contemporary Artists From China,” until Oct. 10, which focuses on the relationship between growing urban development in China and its effect on the traditions and people living in the changing landscape. “The exhibition, together with related events such as the publication of an […]

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W-Soccer Notebook: Matadors finding groove on offense

W-Soccer Notebook: Matadors finding groove on offense

After finding the back of the net only once in the first four games of the season, CSUN (1-5-1) has picked up the pace offensively with five goals the last three games. CSUN head coach Keith West doesn’t exactly see it as a scoring explosion, though. “We’re starting to score some goals, but it is […]

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The evangelical crusade against porn bears nothing fruity–the sexism and homophobia behind the pornophobia

The evangelical crusade against porn bears nothing fruity–the sexism and homophobia behind the pornophobia

A 40-year-old Christian evangelical movement condemning pornography has gone viral in the Internet-savvy 21st century. Christian groups are using the Web to encourage men and women not to view porn and resist lust in its entirety. They say pornography is a dangerous addiction that can ruin marriages, families and morals, supporting their claims with Christian […]

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Flying Pig Food Truck serves a mediocre attempt at Asian Fusion at flying prices

Flying Pig Food Truck serves a mediocre attempt at Asian Fusion at flying prices

I don’t understand the craze over most fusion-food trucks, part of the growing “roach-coach” takeover of Los Angeles. With long lines, less-than-exciting attempts at food fusion and deceptively high prices for snack-sized menu items, I’m skeptical of most. Pigs don’t fly, and the Flying Pig food truck is no exception. Following on the heels (or […]

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W-Vball: CSUN looks to finish non-conference season with home win vs. BYU

W-Vball: CSUN looks to finish non-conference season with home win vs. BYU

CSUN head coach Jeff Stork saw three teams during the Matadors’ 3-0 Monday loss at No. 6 UCLA: the Bruins, the Matadors and … the Matadors again. One CSUN team played up to the level of UCLA, and even beyond. The other didn’t look good enough to make the Bruins’ practice squad. “Consistency is always […]

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Business gurus conquer boardrooms, now classrooms

Ordinary lectures were transformed into real-world narratives Tuesday when local business professionals became professors for the day in the college of business and economics. Over 60 business experts gave students a taste of what to expect after they’ve received their diplomas, said Erin Goldfarb, volunteer and donor relations coordinator and development and alumni relations for […]

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CSUN student publishes first book of poetry

CSUN student publishes first book of poetry

In a world of websites such as Stumble Upon and Tumblr that encourage fast-paced readership, it is always refreshing to see young authors dedicated to creating a fully developed collection of literature. “Planet Theory” is CSUN communications student Kenyatta Gilliam’s first book. The self-published poetry collection is a compilation of pieces inspired by Gilliam’s experiences […]

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