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M-Soccer: CSUN thinking payback against No. 4 UCI

M-Soccer: CSUN thinking payback against No. 4 UCI

Anthony Carpio

October 25, 2011

After defeating UCLA for the first time at Drake Stadium Saturday night, CSUN (7-7-1, 3-3 Big West) is back home for a three-game homestand, starting with a rematch against UC Irvine Wednesday night. “Back to business,” Matador midfielder and co-captain Rafael Garcia said after Saturday’s match. “(Beating UCLA is a) huge confidence booster for us. It just lets...

M-Soccer: Matadors rally for first win ever at UCLA

M-Soccer: Matadors rally for first win ever at UCLA

Anthony Carpio

October 22, 2011

Even though it wasn't a much-needed Big West victory, it was still a huge confidence booster for the Matadors as they rallied back to defeat No. 7 UCLA, 3-2, for the first time ever at Drake Stadium Saturday night. CSUN forward Edwin Rivas scored the game-winning goal in the 87th minute with a powerful shot into the right side of the goal. Rivas...

Police brutality protest to take place in Downtown Los Angeles

Anthony Carpio

October 19, 2011

An organization dedicated to bringing attention to police brutality will participate in a national day of protest Saturday afternoon in Downtown Los Angeles. Participants for the October 22 Coalition’s Protest to Stop Police Brutality, Representation and the Criminalization of a Generation will...

M-Soccer: CSUN allows two goals in final four minutes for heart-breaking loss at UCR

M-Soccer: CSUN allows two goals in final four minutes for heart-breaking loss at UCR

Anthony Carpio

October 19, 2011

RIVERSIDE -- Thomas Ramos' go-ahead goal in the 86th minute convinced the Matadors the victory was theirs, but the final four minutes was all UC Riverside needed to stage an epic comeback. “I guess we thought the game was over,” Ramos said after CSUN fell apart against the Highlanders on ...

M-Soccer: CSUN travels to UCR for Big West match

M-Soccer: CSUN travels to UCR for Big West match

Anthony Carpio

October 18, 2011

Even though the CSUN men’s soccer team lost to UC Riverside last season for the first time ever in Big West Conference play, the Matadors (6-6-1, 3-2 Big West) aren’t thinking about avenging their defeat as they travel to UCR Soccer Stadium Wednesday night to take on the Highlanders (6-5-2, 1-3-1). “No one cares about what happened last ...

CSUN’s National Center on Deafness received a $20 million grant

Anthony Carpio

October 18, 2011

The National Center on Deafness (NCOD) at CSUN received a $20 million grant on Oct. 12. “The grant will be used to train professionals and staff who work with the deaf and hard of hearing students at various post-secondary programs,” said Catherine McLeod, who is overseeing the project and gran...

Surveillance cameras installed to deter crime and theft

Surveillance cameras installed to deter crime and theft

Anthony Carpio

October 17, 2011

Surveillance cameras installed throughout the university are used mainly to deter crime and theft, according to multiple sources on campus. The Oviatt Library and the University Student Union (USU) both have numerous cameras installed, but it is unclear whether the rest of the university is similarly watc...

CSUN parents satisfied with campus safety after gunman incident

Anthony Carpio

October 16, 2011

CSUN parents view the campus as a safe place for their children to receive their education, as they gathered for Parent Day in Plaza Del Sol Saturday morning. Parents and guardians attended the event to find out more about the campus and what they can do to make their children’s stay at CSUN easier...

President Koester holds summit for student leaders

Anthony Carpio

October 16, 2011

CSUN’s budget, student fees and advisement were all fair-game at the President’s Summit Thursday afternoon in the Oviatt Presentation Room. “The point that I wanted to get across is that we could have an open and respectful dialogue between university administration and student leaders,” said...

M-Soccer: Lack of communication dooms CSUN in overtime loss to UC Davis

M-Soccer: Lack of communication dooms CSUN in overtime loss to UC Davis

Anthony Carpio

October 15, 2011

Miscommunications and turnovers cost CSUN an opportunity to move up in the Big West Conference standings as the Matadors lost to UC Davis 2-1 in overtime at Matador Soccer Field Saturday night. It was Aggie forward Matt Sheldon who took advantage of CSUN’s lack of communication, scoring two goals, including the game-winner in the 94th m...

Students pick the brains of campus officials during President’s Summit

Anthony Carpio

October 13, 2011

CSUN’s budget, student fees and advisement were all fair-game at the President’s Summit Thursday afternoon in the Oviatt Presentation Room. “The point that I wanted to get across is that we could have an open and respectful dialogue between university administration and student leaders,” said...

M-Soccer: Matadors look to keep pace with UCI, host Davis

M-Soccer: Matadors look to keep pace with UCI, host Davis

Anthony Carpio

October 12, 2011

At the heels of first-place UC Irvine, the second-place Matadors (6-5-1, 3-1 Big West) are looking to keep up with the Anteaters in the Big West Conference. To do so, they’ll have to take care of UC Davis (4-6-2, 2-2) Saturday night at Matador Soccer Field. The last time Matadors and Aggies met was on Sept. 28, when CSUN shut out UCD, 3-0, with two goals earned ...

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