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After the excesses and imperial over reach of the Bush years, President Barack Obama provides a kindlier, gentler face for the American Empire.'

The Mustangs of Cal Poly were too big, too strong and too quick for the Matadors women's basketball team on Thursday, when their season ended by way of a 74-65 loss in the second round of the Big West Tournament at the Anaheim Convention Center.

For those that know and love the TV show 'The Whitest Kids You Know,' reconsider paying money to see 'Miss March,' which comes out Friday.' Although co-writers/main characters Trevor Moore and Zach Cregger have made a huge success with their traveling comedy troop and T.V. show on IFC, the movie seemed like a drawn out sketch directed towards an audience of acne ridden adolescence who enjoy getting drunk off their parent's wine coolers.

Not many students can say this Saturday they will help more than 600,000 people in Los Angeles, but members of CSUN's Save the Planet Club can.

A 10 percent increase and budget cuts sent some CSUN students marching while the school geared up for their 11th annual Grad Fest commencement events week.

Decreasing the number of uninsured Californians is a top priority for health educators at CSUN. The College of Health and Human Development at CSUN...

Accusations flew as the candidates for president and vice president for Associated Students discussed issues such as campus security, school spirit and director stipends during Tuesdays debate.

Jose Tribaldo never liked school, skipping classes all through elementary until high school, but today, at the age of 21, he works at different schools teaching art to troubled youth.

With new jerseys and a new look, the Matadors women's basketball team showed the Big West Conference why they deserved the eighth spot in its tournament, beating the fifth-seeded Aggies, 64-56, on Wednesday at the Anaheim Convention Center. CSUN advanced to the quarterfinals and face No. 3 Cal Poly today at noon.

After winning the first set with ease, the No. 1 Matadors men's volleyball team (17-2, 12-2 MPSF) struggled over the next three, but ultimately beat No. 11 UCLA, 3-1, Wednesday night at the Matadome.

Not too long ago I was driving on the freeway with a close male friend in the passenger's seat.' The conversation inevitably turned to politics and the recent election, which then quickly morphed into an argument about Hillary Clinton.

Remember a time when anything was possible. When you didn't have to think seriously about careers or money '-' only what adventures the day held. Lost in the world of Never Never Land or happily ever after, as children we were free to imagine a different world.