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Asian American studies founder honored at student awards ceremony

Asian American studies founder honored at student awards ceremony

Kevin Linares

April 25, 2014

Glenn Omatsu, educator and one of the founding fathers of Asian American studies, was honored at an awards ceremony for students from CSUN’s Asian American studies department and the Educational Opportunity Program on April 24 in the USU Grand Salon. The event kicked off with professor and Mast...

Baseball: CSUN halts losing streak, defeats Hawai’i

Baseball: CSUN halts losing streak, defeats Hawai’i

Kevin Linares

April 18, 2014

Both the Matadors (14-23, 3-7 Big West) and the Hawai’i Rainbow Warriors (14-20, 2-8) have had a tough time winning in the month of April and looked to put an end to it in the series opener at Matador Field. The Matadors were fighting to put a halt to their five game losing streak while the Rainbo...

Find teacups, manuscripts and sex toys in CSUN’s Special Collections and Archives

Find teacups, manuscripts and sex toys in CSUN’s Special Collections and Archives

Kevin Linares

March 17, 2014

Tea cups, silver sets, and unusual items, including locks of hair and even sex toys can all be found in CSUN’s Special Collection and Archives. Located on the second floor of the Oviatt Library, one can find numerous informational research pieces from books, periodical collections, diaries, ma...

Baseball: West Virginia shuts down Matadors in ninth inning

Baseball: West Virginia shuts down Matadors in ninth inning

Kevin Linares

March 14, 2014

  The Matadors (7-12) were looking to open up their three-game series with a win as they hosted the West Virginia (9-5) Mountaineers at Matador Field. Despite a late push in the ninth inning, CSUN could not come out with the victory, falling 5-4 to the Mountaineers. The bottom of the ninth...

Men’s Basketball: Missed free throws costly in overtime loss

Men’s Basketball: Missed free throws costly in overtime loss

Kevin Linares

March 3, 2014

After falling short in a close game on Thursday, the Matadors (14-17, 6-9 Big West) came up short once again, losing to the UC Riverside Highlanders (9-19, 4-10 Big West) 106-105 Saturday at SRC Arena. There were two overtime periods needed to determine the outcome. Both teams could not pull away f...

Men’s Basketball: Matadors fall in nail-biter at Fullerton

Men’s Basketball: Matadors fall in nail-biter at Fullerton

Kevin Linares

February 28, 2014

The Matadors (14-16, 6-8 Big West) were looking to push their conference win streak to two games playing on the road against hosts Cal State Fullerton (10-17, 5-8 Big West) at Titan Gym, but they came up short falling 82-81. CSUN trailed the entire game but earned an opportunity to win the gam...

Men’s Basketball: Matadors upset UCSB In overtime thriller

Men’s Basketball: Matadors upset UCSB In overtime thriller

Kevin Linares

February 16, 2014

  The Matadors (13-14, 5-7 Big West) put a halt to the first place UC Santa Barbara Gauchos’ (16-7, 7-3 Big West) four-game win streak, beating them 80-78 in overtime at the Thunderdome. Cal State Northridge had lost to the Gauchos in the first meeting between the two teams earlier in the s...

Men’s Volleyball: Matador drop first leg of SoCal road trip

Men’s Volleyball: Matador drop first leg of SoCal road trip

Kevin Linares

February 13, 2014

The UC Santa Barbara Gauchos (7-3, 6-3 MPSF) proved to be too much for the Matadors (3-7, 3-6 MPSF) at Rob Gym Wednesday night, as they won the match in straight sets, 25-18, 25-19, 25-16.  The Gauchos extended CSUN’s losing streak to four matches. Cal State Northridge was led by junior middle blocke...

Love and technology: the double-edged sword

Love and technology: the double-edged sword

Kevin Linares

February 12, 2014

We’re living in a time when cell phones and other technological gadgets are considered a necessity. College students, working parents and even the out-of-touch grandparents have ascribed to today’s technology driven culture and often suffer from withdrawal when separated from their phones for a...

Basketball: Men battle for playoff hopes, women fight for first place

Basketball: Men battle for playoff hopes, women fight for first place

Kevin Linares

February 5, 2014

    Men's Basketball The Matadors (11-12, 3-5 Big West) have had a tough time winning in 2014, having lost six out of their last nine games, five of those losses coming in Big West play. CSUN will look to bounce back this weekend as they take on two teams that have struggled thi...

Men’s Volleyball: Matadors’ win streak halted on road trip

Men’s Volleyball: Matadors’ win streak halted on road trip

Kevin Linares

February 2, 2014

After sweeping the No. 4 USC Trojans at the Matadome last Friday, the Matadors (3-4, 3-3 MPSF) rode their momentum into the weekend and split their road matches, defeating the Pacific Tigers (1-7, 0-5 MPSF) but falling to the Stanford Cardinal (4-3, 1-3 MPSF). CSUN was able to get their second win in ...

Women’s Basketball: Defense key in second straight win

Women’s Basketball: Defense key in second straight win

Kevin Linares

January 31, 2014

The Matadors (9-12, 5-2 Big West) were able to pick up their second win in a row playing stellar defense as they defeated the UC Riverside Highlanders (4-17, 0-8 Big West), 71-61 at SRC Arena. CSUN was led by junior guard Cinnamon Lister who had 23 points while sophomore center Bernadette Fong provi...

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