The Cal State Northridge softball team went an impressive 4-1 this past weekend at the Mayfair Invitational in Lakewood. The Matadors (8-7) faced the likes of No. 12 Fresno State and BYU and came on top thanks in big part to some great pitching. Junior Deborah Duran gave the Northridge quality innings and picked up two victories.
After several years on the wait list to rent an apartment at College Court Townhomes, a mathematics professor said he still has no idea when he will call the CSUN staff and faculty housing complex home.
The Matadors honored their men’s basketball seniors following Saturday’s win vs. Long Beach State. The match against the 49ers was CSUN’s last home game.
The CSUN Career Center held the Spring 2009 Tech Fest in Plaza Del Sol on Wednesday for engineering students looking for an opportunity to gather information about various companies that spark their interest and to establish contacts for future networks.
While reading CSUN’s Daily Sundial, I came across an article written by Sandra Parada, entitled ‘Fashion dream girl has a brain’ published on January 28, 2009. The title itself took me off guard right away.
California’s Employment Development Department (EDD) released data Friday putting the unemployment rate for the state at 10.6 percent for January, an increase from 9.9 percent in December.
During times of crisis when nothing can go right, its easier to ignore problems and to pretend that reality is merely a figment of our imagination.
The women’s basketball team dropped its second consecutive game, losing 56-48 to Big West Conference-leading UC Santa Barbara at the Thunderdome. The Matadors (6-21, 3-11) are still ahead of UC Irvine (6-22, 3-12) in the standings, clinging to eighth place in the conference.
The No. 4′ men’s volleyball team’ finished off a great two-match road trip by sweeping No. 5 USC 3-0 on Saturday, making a case to become the new No. 1 when the latest national rankings are released Monday.
The men’s basketball team made easy work of Long Beach State on Saturday, winning 95-74, and is now the undisputed first-place team in the Big West Conference. Seven Matadors scored in double figures.
They don’t wear short skirts, or put on lots of makeup, but one skink had to be separated from the group after biting another’s foot.
A far departure from the word ‘skank,’ skinks are vegetarian lizards from the Solomon Islands and five of them call the CSUN Botanic Gardens home.
The road is coming to an end for the Matadors women’s basketball team after a brutal 70-60 loss to the Cal Poly Mustangs on Thursday at Mott Gym.