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iPhone 5 has potential

iPhone 5 has potential

Casey Delich

October 3, 2012

The iPhone 5 was recently released; too much hoopla and fanfare from Apple groupies, selling over three million copies in the first weekend of release. I braved no crowds when picking up the iPhone 5, but did wait a few hours because AT&T had issues connecting the phones at Walmart.  So,...

Column: Cy Young and MVP award predictions

Casey Delich

October 2, 2012

With the end of the season approaching, the only thing some players have to look forward to is the end of the year awards and a long offseason.  Nearly all professional players would trade any amount of individual hardware for a chance in the postseason.These are my picks for Major League Baseball’s indi...

Get to Know: Women’s Soccer Lyndsey Preston

Get to Know: Women’s Soccer Lyndsey Preston

Casey Delich

October 2, 2012

Personal Major: Undecided Freshman Favorite Music: Techno Favorite Athlete: Lionel Messi Greatest Accomplishment: Getting to a Division I school Hobbies: Eating, I love food Soccer Best Part of Your Game: Speed Part That Needs Improvement: My touch and oversee of the field ...

Women’s Soccer: CSUN shuts out Hawai’i

Women’s Soccer: CSUN shuts out Hawai’i

Casey Delich

October 1, 2012

Opening their Big West Conference play Sunday night against the visiting Hawai’i Rainbow Wahine, the Matadors won convincingly in a 2-0 shutout. Controlling the pace of the game and having possession of the ball throughout most of the first half helped the Matadors (4-3-4) keep the shorter, ...

TV drunks shape reality

TV drunks shape reality

Casey Delich

September 26, 2012

Television characters on our favorite shows have been the drunken friends that everyone loves to laugh at, loves to party with, but don’t want to have to hold up at the end of the night. Many of these drunks on television are the reason we tune into the show, and in some cases the main focus of it...

CSUN phone troubles hamper communication

Casey Delich

September 26, 2012

CSUN’s IT Department informed students by email Wednesday that phone lines were experiencing troubles intermittently. “We don’t have an exact cause of the problem,” said Charles Nmolian, a student working for IT.  “We are assuming it has something to do with the upgrade earlier this year.” ...

Column: Is it finally time to replace the replacement referees?

Casey Delich

September 25, 2012

Casey (The Empathizer) says: By now football fans across the country have cried out for the return of their regular NFL referees, blamed the new referees for their teams’ losses, and cursed them up and down.Don’t blame the new refs, take your anger out on the NFL who has held up contract nego...

Women’s Soccer: Matadors’ show stagnant offense and fall to the Vikings

Casey Delich

September 24, 2012

A sluggish start and an anemic offense against visiting University of San Diego resulted in a 1-0 loss for the Matadors Sunday night at Matador Field. Over their last four games, two losses and two ties, the Matadors (3-3-3) have been outscored 3-1.  Defense has been one of the Matadors’ st...

‘Horror Nights’ brings Halloween early to Universal

Casey Delich

September 24, 2012

Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights opened Friday night to hordes of horror fans and their blood curdling screams, wanting to live their fears in Universal’s six all new mazes for 2012. Once in the park the guests can expect non-stop horror, with no safe haven to escape the chainsaw wielding clowns,...

Column: NHL foolishly follows the footsteps of NBA and NFL with impending lockout

Casey Delich

September 24, 2012

Sports fans have already endured two of the biggest national sports – basketball and football – shutting down for parts of the year due to lockouts in the past year, now fans may be without hockey for an extended period of time. The National Hockey League locked out its players Sept. 16 afte...

Men’s Soccer: Northridge offense too much for Temple

Men’s Soccer: Northridge offense too much for Temple

Casey Delich

September 17, 2012

CSUN’s  men’s soccer offensive output continued this weekend with a 2-1 victory over visiting Temple University Sunday afternoon.Though the scoreboard does not look as if it was a dominating performance, it was a one-sided battle for most of the night between the teams. Exploding out of the gate...

‘Dive-in’ movie makes a splash at SRC

‘Dive-in’ movie makes a splash at SRC

Casey Delich

September 14, 2012

    CSUN’s University Student Union created the perfect match for the new generation, taking the old drive-in movies, and replacing the car with a pool and lounge chairs.    Thursday night kicked off a new event for the Union, with its first “Dive-in,” taking place at the Student Recrea...

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