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Women’s Soccer: CSUN offense catches fire against Weber State

Women’s Soccer: CSUN offense catches fire against Weber State

  Cool heads and cooler climates proved favorable for the Matadors (3-5-1) as they shot back from Friday’s loss with a big 4-0 win over Weber State Wildcats (3-6-0) at Matador Soccer Field. In their second of three games at home, CSUN proved that their a contender this season with four individual goals earned Tabatha […]

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Matadome is the new Blacktop

Matadome is the new Blacktop

Athletic Department officially reveals the redesigned Blacktop Matadome court for faculty and staff

The new floor of the Matadome was introduced to the faculty and staff on Thursday, Sept. 18 with the Blacktop at the Matadome event. Brandon Martin, director of intercollegiate athletics, suggested the event was an important step in bringing the entire CSUN community together. “We’re one team, one family, with one goal, and that goal […]

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Men’s Soccer: Lev-Ari nails game-winning goal against Bradley

Men’s Soccer: Lev-Ari nails game-winning goal against Bradley

Cheers exploded from the sideline as the Matadors (3-3) rushed the field to grab forward Sagi Lev-Ari following his golden goal in double overtime Sunday, to defeat Bradley University Braves (1-4), 1-0. The only goal of the match came seconds into the second overtime period as Lev-Ari found the back of the net after midfielder […]

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Northridge Academy placed on precautionary lockdown

Northridge Academy placed on precautionary lockdown

  Students and faculty resumed regular activities at Northridge Academy High School after a 90-minute investigation that resulted in a false alarm. Around 8:40 a.m. there was an unattended package at Northridge Academy High School. The school was placed on lockdown around 10:16 a.m. while Los Angeles School Police Department (LASPD) and CSUN Department of […]

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Everything Extreme: Extreme Sports Blog

Everything Extreme: Extreme Sports Blog

Dew Tour Recap As this summer comes to an end, let’s take a look back and recap some of the awesome things our favorite extreme athlete’s were up to, shall we? The Dew Tour moved locations from San Francisco to Portland Oregon this year. The country’s finest tranny and street skaters came together to skate […]

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Women’s Volleyball Preview

Women’s Volleyball Preview
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Everything Extreme: Extreme Sports Blog

Everything Extreme: Extreme Sports Blog

Board Talk with Hayley Hill

  Massive Swells As you probably heard, the Southern California beaches were hit with a tremendous swell from Hurricane Maria off the Pacific coast of Mexico. Popular surf spots including Malibu, Newport and Huntington were littered with pro surfers, photographers, community members and tons of people who wanted to get in on the action. Waves […]

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Finals Week: Pinching Pennies

 Stretching your dollar In my first year attending college I gained 10 pounds, half of which I’m sure was stored in my neck and face, the other half in my gut. When I returned home for summer break, even my dad commented on my weight. I’m not a big guy, probably 150 pounds soaking wet, […]

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Microwaving Nutritiously and Safely

Microwaving Nutritiously and Safely

Microwave ovens cook food by converting electrical power into waves of electromagnetic energy with a frequency similar to radio waves. However, microwaves are more narrowly focused and oscillate at a faster rate, which results in the rapid rotation of water, fat and sugar molecules. This causes a molecular vibration that produces heat and raises the […]

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All Hail, the Microwave: get zapped

Aside from Double-Doubles and vanilla shakes from the drive-thru, God’s greatest gift to cooks is the microwave. This culinary anomaly can make ramen in seconds, nuke an entire turkey in minutes and host a Peeps battle like none other seen before. Best of all, virtually anything can be made with a microwave. I know what […]

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The Incredible Edible Egg

During the 1990’s, dietary cholesterol became associated with the increasing prevalence of cardiovascular disease, which today remains the number one cause of death in the United States. The egg contains 185 mg of cholesterol, more than half of the recommended daily allowance (RDA), and quickly became the face of the anti-cholesterol movement. Although recent studies […]

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Egg cookery: 4 ways to cook a perfect egg

Breakfast is awesome, so long as you’re not the one cooking. Ask any cook who has worked a breakfast or brunch service, and they’ll tell you it’s akin to the seventh circle of hell. The last thing many of us want to do on a Sunday morning is break out the pots and pans, let […]