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Women’s Water Polo: CSUN opens Big West play with win over UC Davis

Women’s Water Polo: CSUN opens Big West play with win over UC Davis

Melanie Gaball

March 9, 2013

In their Big West conference opener, CSUN's (13-5, 1-0 Big West) women's water polo team defeated visiting UC Davis (10-8, 0-1) 11-10, with a last minute goal by junior attacker Leah Janke. The game began quickly with a goal from CSUN's junior attacker Lindsy Nelson, which was quickly followe...

Importance of GPA differs with careers

Melanie Gaball

March 6, 2013

As students and post graduates begin constructing their resumes, the importance of a grade point average (GPA) may differ depending on the position, but the general consensus is while work experience is more important, a good GPA doesn't hurt one's chances of landing a job in a competitive labor market.According to Sharis...

CNBC’s Sue Herera to Speak at the VPAC

Melanie Gaball

February 26, 2013

Sue Herera, CNBC co-anchor of "Power Lunch" and CSUN alumna, will be speaking at the VPAC Thursday at 7 p.m. Herera will be sharing her experiences as a broadcast business journalist in the Kurland Lecture Hall of the VPAC as a part of the Commerce of Creativity Distinguished Speaker Series.Herera gradua...

Willie Nelson & Family will perform sold out show at VPAC

Melanie Gaball

February 20, 2013

Willie Nelson & Family will be performing a sold out show at the Valley Performing Arts Center on Feb. 27 at 7:30 p.m.The country icon who recorded hits "Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain," "You were Always on my Mind," and "Mammas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to be Cowboys," will debut on the Great H...

Students continue to be victims of bike thefts

Students continue to be victims of bike thefts

Melanie Gaball

February 18, 2013

Bike thefts continue to be a consistent problem on campus, with already 16 reported instances in 2013, according to the CSUN Police Department. According to Christina Villalobos, public information officer for CSUN PD, since 2010 there have been anywhere from five and 22 bike thefts reported to CSUN PD every mont...

Russian National Ballet Theatre Impresses with ‘Sleeping Beauty’ at the VPAC

Melanie Gaball

February 12, 2013

Marius Petipa's classic choreography was beautifully revived by the Russian National Ballet Theatre at the Valley Performing Arts Center this Saturday. The performance stayed true to the original choreography which was first performed in 1890, and doted a cast that had unshaken technique. While Princess...

Unique gift ideas for your valentine

Melanie Gaball

February 11, 2013

College students have enough to worry about at the start of a semester without having to stress about what overpriced item to purchase for their significant other, or what crowded restaurant they need to make reservations at. Here are some ideas to make an impact, while keeping it simple this Valentines...

Filibuster reform results in a busted opportunity

Filibuster reform results in a busted opportunity

Melanie Gaball

February 4, 2013

The Filibuster lives on. Bad news for Democrats, and bad news for anyone who wants anything to get done in the Senate in the next four years.Democrats in the Senate have been fishing for filibuster reform ever since the Republican minority started to use the stalling technique excessively at the star...

‘American Idol’ holds auditions at VPAC, adding to long list of productions filmed on campus

‘American Idol’ holds auditions at VPAC, adding to long list of productions filmed on campus

Melanie Gaball

February 3, 2013

With dozens of movies, television shows and commercials having been filmed on the CSUN campus in the last decade, the university has raked in hundreds of thousands of dollars by making itself available for on-location shooting. Recently, television show "American Idol" filmed its "Hollywood Week" of au...

Women’s Basketball: UCSB gives CSUN third straight loss

Women’s Basketball: UCSB gives CSUN third straight loss

Melanie Gaball

January 25, 2013

In its worst offensive output of the season, CSUN (10-8, 4-3 Big West) fell 56-37 to UC Santa Barbara (7-11, 3-3) at the Matadome Thursday night for its third straight loss of the season Northridge came out swinging using defensive pressure to jump out to a quick 4-0 lead with back-to-back stea...

CSU campuses receive record number of applications for the fourth straight year

CSU campuses receive record number of applications for the fourth straight year

Melanie Gaball

January 20, 2013

The California State University system received 12 percent more applications for Fall 2013 than it did for the previous year, continuing a four year increase in demand for higher education across all 23 CSU campuses. After an enrollment freeze for Spring 2013, which forced the majority of the CSU ca...

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