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Creating a monster: the makeup and horror behind Universal Studios Horror Nights

Creating a monster: the makeup and horror behind Universal Studios Horror Nights

Casey Delich

September 12, 2012

 Using a mixture of branded horror and years of horror movie making experience, Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights is at the forefront of a horror industry that is always evolving, to paraphrase Creative Director John Murdy. In its seventh year, Horror Nights will open on Friday, September 21st...

BREAKING: CSUN Police Department warns there is an unsubstantiated claim that there is a person with a gun on campus

Casey Delich

September 12, 2012

>>>UPDATE 4:11 p.m.: The CSUN Police Department was in a heightened state of security today, after a suspected gun was reported on campus. Police received a call to dispatch at 12:25 p.m. about a student on campus claiming to have a gun near the Oviatt Library, telling a female student that...

CSUN Women’s Rugby back at it again

CSUN Women’s Rugby back at it again

Casey Delich

September 12, 2012

If you can’t be nice, play rugby. A common slogan that sums up a Northridge club that most don’t even know exists, and hasn’t always been around. CSUN’s rugby club came to an end after the 1994 Northridge earthquake took away their playing field, but junior CTVA film major Gillian Chance...

Universal readies for Horror Nights

Casey Delich

September 10, 2012

Using a mixture of branded horror and years of horror movie-making experience, Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights is at the forefront of a horror industry that is always evolving, to paraphrase Creative Director John Murdy. In its seventh year, Horror Nights will open on Friday, Sept. 21, and cont...

Matadors draw even with Trojans

Matadors draw even with Trojans

Casey Delich

September 10, 2012

The Matadors battled to a 1-1 draw with USC on Sunday night for their second double-overtime game in three days. Making their first visit to Matador Field, USC (2-3-1) brought a 3-0 record against the Matadors (3-1-3) into the match, but the teams had not faced each other since 1998. From the...

CSUN defense duels No. 22 Tennessee to scoreless draw

CSUN defense duels No. 22 Tennessee to scoreless draw

Casey Delich

September 9, 2012

A Matador offense  couldn't get anything started, but defended its way to a double-overtime, 0-0 tie with SEC powerhouse Tennessee on Friday night at Matador Field. The Matadors (3-1-2) defense and senior goalkeeper Cynthia Jacobo passed their first real test with flying colors, handing  Tennesse...

Marijuana dispensaries get enough signatures to suspend ban proposed by the L.A. City Council

Marijuana dispensaries get enough signatures to suspend ban proposed by the L.A. City Council

Casey Delich

August 31, 2012

Medicinal marijuana users can count on getting their products from the same dispensaries as before now that the marijuana ban that was set to start in less than a week has been suspended.   Supporters of medicinal marijuana delivered 50,000 signatures to the City Clerk’s Office, who have  15 days to authenticate a ...

Women’s Soccer: Potent offense proves plentiful in win

Casey Delich

August 31, 2012

Visiting Michigan became another victim of CSUN’s women’s soccer teams’ stingy defense, losing 1-0 at Matador Field Thursday night. Meeting for the first time, Michigan(4-1) looked overmatched from the start, and became the first Big-10 school CSUN has ever beaten. The match was hotly contested throughout, with CSUN(3-1-1) showcasing its offensive pressure throughout the ...

Weekly Column: Dodgers boosted their line-up but still have no chance

Weekly Column: Dodgers boosted their line-up but still have no chance

Casey Delich

August 28, 2012

The Los Angeles Dodgers are making a push to the playoffs, trading for four new players, at a time when restrictions make it nearly impossible to complete a trade like this. Taking on a little more than $250 million in salary from the Boston Red Sox shows the Dodgers want to win, and this is the year...

Women’s Soccer: Matadors face tough schedule as season begins

Casey Delich

August 27, 2012

CSUN hopes to build off the momentum of last year’s third straight visit to the Big West tournament, where a loss to Long Beach State in the quarterfinals ended its season after compiling a 7-10-2 record including 4-3-1 in conference play. With the return of Big West Goalkeeper of the Year Cynthia Jacob...

“Expendables 2” Showcases Old Heroes and Old School Action

Casey Delich

August 23, 2012

“Expendables 2” brings back all the action, stars, and cheesy lines of its predecessor.  Its predecessor “The Expendables” is a throwback to the days of our youths with the action stars that many of us grew up with, just older, slower, but using the same lines.       You get the entire b...

Matadors strike early, defense earns win in home-opener

Matadors strike early, defense earns win in home-opener

Casey Delich

August 18, 2012

Stingy defense was on display by both teams Friday night, as the women's soccer team took on Arizona State in their season opener at Matador Field.  It was the Matadors (1-0) first win over ASU (0-1), the projected 6th place team in the Pac-12 conference, in three attempts. That stingy defense ...

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