Archive

Archive

The men's basketball team went into UC Davis and came out a champion. The Matadors blew out the Aggies, 99-72, on Thursday night and clinched at least a share of the Big West Conference championship. They have a chance to claim the outright title on Saturday, with a win at Pacific.

When she began teaching in the College of Engineering and Computer science at CSUN some 33 years ago, Dr. Bonita J. Campbell was the only female faculty member.

In a couple months many CSUN graduates will be struggling to survive because of the current state of our economy.' All across the country people are cutting back on their expenses and spending less on luxury items and leisure activities. Companies are downsizing their work force and individuals who once had stable jobs often find themselves being laid off from careers they had invested their lives in.

There's something about her beauty that keeps me coming back to my TV Monday nights at 10. I hear Natasha Bedingfield's 'Unwritten' intro start and I know I'm in for a half hour of heaven.

The thing completing my Monday night line-up is the hit MTV show, 'The Hills.'

The ballots have been cast and Los Angeles has spoken, but we don't know what they said quite yet about the perplexing Measure B.

The women's basketball team found itself without one of their top players and fought back from a second-half deficit, but still lost, 53-50, to UC Davis on Wednesday at the Matadome. Ashley Blake led CSUN in scoring with 14 points.

With the current economic downturn many companies are looking to cut costs by laying off full-time employees and hiring entry-level interns who can do the same job for free.
However, this has made internships more difficult to obtain for students looking to break into the work force specific to their major.

Last week's proposal by California Assemblyman Tom Ammiano (D-San Francisco) to decriminalize the possession and sale of marijuana under state law and to set up a system to tax it couldn't have come at a better time.

University of California Riverside ethnic studies professor warned of an impending war between United States and Mexico at a lecture sponsored by the Chicana/o Sudies Department, Feb. 25 at Sierra Hall.

An anonymous survey is lending a hand in helping students who may or may not suffer
from an eating disorder step up and seek the professional help they need.

The American Red Cross drew an overwhelming response to its Tuesday blood drive in the Thousand Oaks Room of the University Student Union.

The 223,000-pound crane erected on the site of the future Performing Arts Center meant construction was restarting after the California State University Chancellor's Office placed a hold on its construction.