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Burn after watching: Violent responses to the ‘Innocence of Muslims’ film hurts democracy in the Middle East

Burn after watching: Violent responses to the ‘Innocence of Muslims’ film hurts democracy in the Middle East

Andrew Clark

September 25, 2012

  At least 26 dead, dozens wounded, including an American ambassador in Libya. The pre-planned attacks on the American embassy in Libya on Sept. 11 showed the world yet again what happens with a mob mentality funneled through religion. The subsequent outrage over an ill-timed amateur video ...

Women’s Volleyball: CSUN cruise by Titans, Highlanders

Andrew Clark

September 24, 2012

The CSUN women’s volleyball team recovered after the narrow loss to Hawai’i last week by defeating Cal State Fullerton and UC Riverside. The Matadors dominated the match against the Titans of Fullerton, winning in four sets.  The win was CSUN’s third-straight against CSUF. Junior outside hitter Mahina Haina led the Matadors with 14 kills while sophomore middle bl...

Women’s Volleyball: CSUN falls to Hawai’i in fifth frame

Women’s Volleyball: CSUN falls to Hawai’i in fifth frame

Andrew Clark

September 19, 2012

After four sets of seesaw volleyball, it all came down to inches.  CSUN junior setter Sydney Gedryn tried to surprise the Hawai’i defenders and dump the ball over the net in order to even the game at 18 in the deciding fifth set. The ball sailed over the net but dropped just outside the sideline,...

Column: Changing of the guard in the MLB

Column: Changing of the guard in the MLB

Andrew Clark

September 18, 2012

They’ve waited, some for decades, for this moment.  Their fanbases have caravanned through the desert of losing seasons for years, at times hoping to reach the playoff oasis, only to find a mirage.The search for postseason playoff baseball may just come to an end for teams that have longed to ta...

Spotlight on swing states in November

Andrew Clark

September 17, 2012

As the presidential campaign kicks into high gear, the attention of both parties shifts to the swing states, according to experts. “Swing states are states that are thought to be closely contested in a presidential election,” said Lawrence Becker, professor of political science at CSUN. “We...

Women’s Volleyball: Matadors sweep Rice Invitational

Women’s Volleyball: Matadors sweep Rice Invitational

Andrew Clark

September 16, 2012

The CSUN women’s volleyball team went into the Lone Star State and came back with some hardware. The team won the Rice Invitational without losing a single set, beating three teams by a combined score of 9-0. Junior opposite hitter Britney Graff was named tournament MVP while junior setter Syd...

Veterans Resource Center celebrates its grand opening

Veterans Resource Center celebrates its grand opening

Andrew Clark

September 12, 2012

CSUN’s Veterans Resource Center officially opened with a ribbon cutting ceremony today across from Plaza Del Sol at 10 a.m. with 150 people in attendance, including the Navy and Marine Corps. Yellow roses were handed out at the beginning to use at the end of the event in honor of the veterans to...

Conventions spin while electorate waits for answers

Conventions spin while electorate waits for answers

Andrew Clark

September 10, 2012

The Republicans and Democrats have ended their conventions. The balloons have been deflated, confetti cleaned up, and the election will now kick into high gear. Convention delegates will walk away jubilant and candidates will continue spinning from a bully pulpit.  Meanwhile, the general electorate...

Conventions distract voters from real issue – economy stimulation

Conventions distract voters from real issue – economy stimulation

Andrew Clark

September 10, 2012

The Republicans and the Democrats have ended their conventions. The balloons have been deflated, confetti cleaned up, and the election will now kick into high gear. Convention delegates will walk away jubilant and candidates will continue spinning from a bully pulpit. Meanwhile, the general electorate...

Midwest drought causes higher food prices and less crop output

Andrew Clark

September 5, 2012

Prices in Southern California have risen nearly two and a half percent in the last year in part because of the drought, causing food prices to fluctuate. The drought has hit farming and food production hard. The Economic Research Service of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, or USDA, reports that mo...

Matadors earn Labor Day victory on new Matadome floor

Andrew Clark

September 4, 2012

CSUN women’s volleyball team defeated Idaho (2-5) in four sets 28-26, 25-17, 21-25, 25-20 in their first game in the newly refurbished Matadome. Junior outside hitter Mahina Haina led the Matadors (4-2) with 19 kills while junior opposite hitter Natalie Allen added 17 kills, three service ac...

POLITICS PRO/CON: Is the GOP a women’s party?

Andrew Clark

August 31, 2012

The following two stories revolve around the GOP's stance on abortion and women's health, a conversation sparked by Republican Congressman Todd Akin's controversial remarks:  “If it’s a legitimate rape, the female body has ways to try to shut that whole thing down. But let’s assume that maybe th...

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