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Georg Buchner's 'Woyzeck' explores man's endurance and tests limits. CSUN's performance of 'Woyzeck' is a dark musical ballet, which comments on the nature of man, modern medicine and the effects of poverty. Director J'amie Morrison, takes us on an introspective ride into Woyzeck's psychosis.

With Big West Conference play coming up in a few days, the CSUN baseball team (9-12) strung together some much-needed wins over the weekend at Matador Diamond as they took three of four games from Columbia (2-15).

Health care is a right for everyone. It shouldn't be considered a privilege based on class rank.' The fact that the United States is the only industrialized country in the world that doesn't guarantee access to health care as a right of citizenship is a disgrace.

The men's basketball season was a resounding success. The Matadors won the Big West and qualified to the NCAA Tournament. For their efforts, which brought national attention to a little-known San Fernando Valley commuter school, we pay them recognition.

CSUN may have found a new and innovative way to help increase voter turnout in this years Associated Students elections, which has gone through some difficulties in the past three attempts.

Even though it wasn't noon yet the walls of the Pub were packed wall to wall with people. Despite it being hard to move the campus community was yelling and cheering in excitement for the men's basketball team as they played the first round in the NCAA Tournament.

A Low Brow Art Show proved to be more than its name, a form of art that pokes fun at convention, would suggest. The show, held in CSUN's Grand Salon, attracted numerous visitors each of whom paid five dollars to gaze at the beautiful artwork created by local Chicano artists. The proceeds went to benefit undocumented students.

The No. 2 Matadors concluded their seven-match homestand on Saturday by sweeping Hope International 3-0. The sweep was the 12th in 22 games this season for the Matadors (19-3) and served as preparation for an upcoming road stretch.

The Cal State Northridge softball team (20-9) kept rolling Saturday afternoon as they swept Cal State Bakersfield in back-to-back games at the Roadrunner Softball Complex.' In game one, Debbie Duran '- once again '- pitched a complete game for the Matadors in a 10-5 victory.

There is a lot of rhetoric thrown around during the Associated Students presidential election.' Four sets of presidential/vice presidential pairs are campaigning for the highest elective office at CSUN.' A position that includes a $1,200 a month stipend, free tuition, a free faculty parking pass, an extensive executive travel budget and probably the most important, access to the most exclusive university officials and the ability to have your personal opinion heard by the University President, Jolene Koester.

The Matadors jump out to an early lead and the entire Cal State Northridge campus lies asphyxiated, unable to breathe and worried that if they gasp, even if just for a moment, they might wake from their reverie.

A multiple-choice exam begins and students hurry to take out their pencils and scantrons. They all have fifty minutes to complete the exam. Fifty minutes spent in a lecture room with 100 students tapping their pencils, anxiously scribbling, flipping pages, and teachers making last minute announcements, while students concentrate on successfully finishing their test.