Planned teach-in to be rescheduled

A teach-in aimed at educating students about how the budget cuts are affecting them was cancelled Monday afternoon, due to late planning and a lack of approval signatures, said William Watkins, vice president of Student Affairs. The teach-in had been promoted for a week...

Tennis team winds up season with win in Tournament

After losing its first-round match to Long Beach State in the Big West Conference Tournament, the CSUN women's tennis team came right back to close out its season with a victory over Idaho in the consolation bracket Saturday afternoon. The Matadors final match, scheduled...

Baseball team continues winless streak in Big West

The CSUN baseball team had its hopes of getting at least their first Big West Conference win this past weekend, but the UC Riverside team had hopes of its own, as UCR swept the struggling Matadors in a three-game series at Matador Field. With...

Tips to help you create that perfect digital persona

Being myself, an arrogant and ?ber-self-righteous individual, I deem it incredibly important to control how I appear to people, especially strangers. Sadly, I don't think I'm alone in my desire to imagine alternate, more interesting versions of myself interacting with alternate, more interesting...

Koffin Kats stay true to psychobilly by scaring listeners

Inhumane," the newest CD by The Koffin Kats, is disgusting, perverted, and frighteningly morbid -- a true testament to all that's great about psychobilly. From the first words to the last, The Koffin Kats sing lyrics that would make Eminem's skin crawl at times....

Mediocre visuals, but strong casting in ‘Hamlet’

It's difficult to ruin the wonderful experience of seeing "Hamlet," a play with such a high caliber reputation. But the Independent Shakespeare Co. came very close to doing so when it presented the renowned Shakespearean play at CSUN April 20-22. The seven-year-old, New...

Rob Thomas gives us ‘Something to Be’ on the solo tip

Rob Thomas has been releasing great alternative rock albums since the mid to late 90s with his band Matchbox Twenty. Now that Matchbox Twenty is taking some well deserved time off from one another to explore their side projects, Rob Thomas delivers his...

CSUN students rock out with Dishwalla at The Pub

CSUN students and fans filled The Pub to capacity to watch rock-band Dishwalla perform as part of CSUN's noontime concert series Friday. The crowd consisted of students, including members of CSUN's women's soccer team, and Dishwalla fans from around the Los Angeles area. They...

Future status of campus cultural houses pending

The long-standing cultural houses at CSUN may be torn down, renovated or remain the same in about 30 years due to the school's expected population growth, according to Provost Harold Hellenbrand. The Children's Center, Women's Resource and Research Center, and the Asian, Black and...

Pickwick’s fire ends a CSUN, Valley tradition

I turned 21 two months ago, but had been looking forward to it for a long time, if only for the ability to go to shows that were 21 and over, and have new places to hang out late other than the dorms. ...