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Dorm catches fire, students evacuated

Daniel Williams

April 2, 2009

A fire broke out on the second floor of University Park Apartment building 12 Wednesday at around 9:30 p.m. Residents said a rules-and-regulations poster caught fire and they were evacuated almost immediately after. Police officials said they believe an unknown suspect set the fire. 'My roommate ran...

Why March Madness is better than the NBA Playoffs

Daniel Williams

March 30, 2009

One of the most exciting games the Northridge community ever watched was between its underdog Matadors and basketball powerhouse Memphis in the first round of the NCAA Tournament two weeks ago. Even though the Matadors lost, they played inspiringly and students of the commuting state institution were fi...

Breaking records without steroids

Daniel Williams

March 9, 2009

In recent weeks, it has been difficult to get away from stories about Alex Rodriguez testing positive for steroids.' This hasn't helped the already limping reputation of baseball as the number of athletes involved with performance enhancing substances increases.' A-Rod is arguably baseball's mos...

Middle East conflict comes to CSUN

Daniel Williams

February 4, 2009

Palestinian students were set to hold a protest against the Israeli government yesterday until around 40 students for Israel gathered in a counter protest.' The Palestinian students decided to not to hold the protest after discovering they were outnumbered, but the Israeli rally continued with chants of...

L.A. = New Hockeytown?

Daniel Williams

November 5, 2008

After navigating through traffic, one-way streets and long lines at the metal detectors, nothing gets a hockey fan more excited than feeling the cool breeze from the rink blow through tunnel on their way to take their seats. Watching a hockey game at the Staples Center is a unique experience for Kings...

Matadors stick it to the Cougars

Daniel Williams

December 10, 2007

Originally Published November 15, 2007 Sometimes, even rivalry games can have blowouts. The CSUN men's hockey team extended its win streak to four games after beating the College of the Canyons Cougars on their own ice 15-4 Friday. The games between these two teams are usually more anticipated t...

Before the smoke cleared

Daniel Williams

December 10, 2007

Originally Published October 29, 2007 Matt Liff, 22, began the morning of Oct. 21 watching football. He had caught reports of the fire that had broken out in Malibu, but wasn't watching the news. Blue sky was nowhere to be seen in the Santa Clarita Valley that day. Very little could be seen past t...

Matadors upset at home by UC Irvine

Daniel Williams

December 5, 2007

The Matadors ice hockey team ended the first half of their season with a 4-2 loss to UC Irvine at the Valley Ice Center on Saturday. The game was the lowest scoring of the season, beating out CSUN's previous match against UCI which the Matadors won 5-3. CSUN managed only two goals Saturday, resulting...

Matadors stick it to the Cougars

Daniel Williams

November 15, 2007

Sometimes, even rivalry games can have blowouts. The CSUN men's hockey team extended their win streak to four games after beating the College of the Canyons Cougars on their own ice 15-4 Friday. The games between these two teams are usually more anticipated than this season. Just last year, COC w...

Matadors tame Bulldogs 18-5

Daniel Williams

November 7, 2007

The CSUN men's ice hockey team dominated the University of Redlands Bulldogs 18-5 on Saturday. After losing two straight games, one to the University of California San Diego and the other to the University of California Irvine, the Matadors bounced back with an impressive three-game win streak. This win ...

Matadors end three-game road trip with 5-3 win

Daniel Williams

November 1, 2007

The CSUN ice hockey team wrapped up a three-game road trip on Saturday with a 5-3 win against the UC Irvine Anteaters. The win gives the Matadors a 4-2 conference record, along with two wins out of three straight road games. CSUN split its other two road games against Northern Arizona last week. "UC...

Associated Students grants $4,400 to clubs, departments

Daniel Williams

October 31, 2007

More than $4,000 was awarded to separate clubs and departments at the Associated Students Senate meeting yesterday. One thousand seven hundred dollars were awardedto the Department of Communications Studies. The money was requested for the performance ensemble and the miscegenation workshop and perfo...

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