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MLB: American League playoff preview

MLB: American League playoff preview

Andrew Martinez

September 30, 2013

The road to the World Series will go through Boston, as the top-seeded Red Sox surprised everyone and dominated the American League. Boston will await the winner of the Wild Card, as the Cleveland Indians will battle the Tampa Bay Rays for the last playoff spot. In the second Division Series, the Oakland At...

Founders’ Day welcomes back 50 year alumni and faculty

Founders’ Day welcomes back 50 year alumni and faculty

Andrew Martinez

September 20, 2013

CSUN alumni and faculty gather to celebrate Founders' Day and celebrate "50 Year Club" members. The event's activities included tours around the campus and a luncheon.

Women’s Volleyball: Matadors sweep Seattle in home opener

Women’s Volleyball: Matadors sweep Seattle in home opener

Andrew Martinez

September 18, 2013

In their home opener Tuesday, the Matadors (8-2) took care of business and defeated the Seattle Redhawks (2-11) in three sets, 25-23, 25-18, 25-18. The Matadors were led by strong performances by senior outside hitter Mahina Haina, junior middle blocker Casey Hinger and sophomore middle blocke...

Women’s Volleyball struggles, but keeps pace with a win at Denver Invitational

Women’s Volleyball struggles, but keeps pace with a win at Denver Invitational

Andrew Martinez

September 15, 2013

The Matadors (7-2) left the Denver Invitational tournament with a win after suffering their first loss of the season against ranked opponents this past weekend. The Matadors closed out the tournament with a victory against the host Denver Pioneers (5-5) on Saturday in four sets, 25-18, 21-25, 28-26, 25-23.  Afte...

Freshmen introduced to ‘Garbology’ at convocation and encouraged to eliminate waste

Freshmen introduced to ‘Garbology’ at convocation and encouraged to eliminate waste

Andrew Martinez

September 13, 2013

The annual Freshmen Convocation welcomed the largest class in CSUN history to the lawn of Oviatt Library Thursday evening to learn about the importance of "Garbology", a book written by Edward Humes. President Dianne F. Harrison, along with college department heads and Associated Student (A.S.) representatives, welcomed freshmen as they arrived. Ed...

CSUN PSAs tackle issues such as piracy and cyber-bullying

CSUN PSAs tackle issues such as piracy and cyber-bullying

Andrew Martinez

September 10, 2013

CSUN recently cooperated with the FBI to release six public service announcements (PSA), covering issues such as intellectual property theft and cyber-bullying. CTVA professor Nate Thomas was approached by the FBI to produce the spots after having previously worked with the federal government in 201...

Matador Achievement Center aims to help student-athletes

Matador Achievement Center aims to help student-athletes

Andrew Martinez

September 9, 2013

Funded by a grant from the NCAA, CSUN opened the Matador Achievement Center (MAC) in Bayramian Hall on Monday evening. In a ceremony led by CSUN President Dianne F. Harrison, the center was unveiled in a ribbon-cutting ceremony attended by student-athletes, coaches, athletic department personnel and NCAA ...

Women’s Volleyball: Sights set on deep playoff run

Andrew Martinez

September 1, 2013

The women’s volleyball team looks to build on their success in 2012 and make a push for the postseason this year behind an experienced core of returning starters and talented underclassmen. Despite improving their win total the past few seasons and having their best win total since 1996 with 21 wins last season, the Matadors missed the NCAA Tournament as they finished third ...

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