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Matadors concentrate on conditioning and drills

Morgan Marx November 10, 2010

Ten minutes before practice, the CSUN women’s basketball team has already taken the court. The players execute a shooting drill as coaches prepare for an intra-squad scrimmage. A photographer snaps...

Coach Braswell anticipates 15th season where he plans to develop ten incoming players through mentoring and training

Morgan Marx November 8, 2010

After 14 seasons, multiple Coach of the Year honors and NCAA Tournament berths, preseason training should be rote for CSUN men’s basketball head coach Bobby Braswell. An influx of youth has added...

CSUN Alumni create an open-mic night with a play that works the acts in to a cohesive event

Morgan Marx November 8, 2010

As the four-piece indie band finishes their short set, a collection of friends, family and curious couples applaud. The room is near full. It’s Friday night at what could be any one of a number of...

CSUN alumnus makes ‘Sports Illustrated,’ becomes professor

Morgan Marx September 23, 2010

It is an impressive shot. A man, at full stretch, skims the dark surface.  His ski, angled sharply, sends jets of water in every direction. He is captured in the magazine appearing young and vibrant...

The Walkmen play old hits and new songs off of “Lisbon,” their just released album

Morgan Marx September 20, 2010

The sound of an East Coast winter blew into Los Angeles nightclub The Music Box as the band The Walkmen arrived to support their new critically-acclaimed album, “Lisbon.” The New York–based indie...

Patriots, Jets to battle for AFC East championship

Morgan Marx September 7, 2010

A brash, hard-hitting defense.  A matinee-idol quarterback with something to prove.  A defensive-minded head coach who doesn’t care about public perception. In a division where seven of the...

New CSUN women’s basketball head coach ready to prove people wrong

Morgan Marx August 30, 2010

The office has an unfinished look. A framed poster of Michael Jordan, captured in mid-flight, leans against the base of a wall. It looks like the office of a man starting a new project. “People...

CSUN women’s soccer loses to No. 5 Portland during under the lights debut

Morgan Marx August 23, 2010

  The CSUN women’s soccer team played its home opener Sunday night under a new lighting system completed this summer. It was the first night soccer game at CSUN in nearly a decade. CSUN President...

Campus quality fee funds student services on campus

Morgan Marx July 7, 2010

Students registering for fall classes will pay $90 as part of the campus quality fee, that will increase to $100 for the spring semester, as per the fee proposal, according to the CSUN Student Affairs...

CSUN’s Physical Plant Managment executive director to retire in fall

Morgan Marx July 6, 2010

This fall, Thomas Brown will step down as executive director for Physical Plant Management after 15 years in the position and about 30 as a member of the CSUN community. “I love this place, it’s...

“King Kong 360 3-D” now open at Universal Studios Hollywood

Morgan Marx July 6, 2010

The smoking wreckage of a tram car marked the end of a New York City street and the beginning of tropical overgrowth and rocky formations.  A bellow emerged from a dark tunnel. Two years after...

Center for Sex and Gender Research draws researchers from around the country

Morgan Marx July 1, 2010

Among the newspapers and periodicals with titles like “American Aphrodite,” “Screw” and “Fag Rag,” are diaries, photographs and flyers.  These items are rare.  They draw researchers to CSUN’s...

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