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Men’s Basketball: New leader for Matadors

Men’s Basketball: New leader for Matadors

Ron Rokhy

November 6, 2013

Nearly eight months after replacing Bobby Braswell as CSUN men’s head basketball coach, former NBA player and coach Reggie Theus is primed for the upcoming 2013-2014 campaign. Theus, who coached the New Mexico State Aggies from 2005-2006 and the Sacramento Kings from 2007-2008, said that the most imp...

Community colleges in California might soon be able to offer four-year bachelor’s degrees

Community colleges in California might soon be able to offer four-year bachelor’s degrees

Ron Rokhy

November 4, 2013

California’s community colleges are considering a proposal which would allow them to grant bachelor’s degrees to students in order to boost graduation rates and the number of trained professionals in the workforce. A 16-member panel, comprised of administrators, trustees, students and faculty appointed by community ...

E-cigarettes may not be the safer option for smokers

E-cigarettes may not be the safer option for smokers

Ron Rokhy

October 7, 2013

Electronic cigarettes may not be safer than their rolled tobacco counterparts, according to a new study. The report, conducted by France’s National Consumer Institute, found that electronic cigarettes, also known as vaporizers or e-cigarettes, contain "a significant quantity of carcinogenic molecules.” ...

New study shows undergrads in Midwest are against guns on campus

New study shows undergrads in Midwest are against guns on campus

Ron Rokhy

September 23, 2013

An overwhelming majority of college students don’t want concealed handguns on their campuses, a recent study found. The study, conducted by Ball State University’s Global Health Institute, found that 78 percent of students in the Midwest oppose the idea of allowing concealed weapons on campus and would not obtai...

Grad school may not be for everyone

Grad school may not be for everyone

Ron Rokhy

May 8, 2013

Some people call me crazy for entering graduate school immediately after completing my bachelor’s degree. Others say it’s a good thing because I’m getting ahead in life. Some even tell me it’s becoming a necessity nowadays. As the job market and competition continue to grow and get tougher, obtai...

Top 3 most underrated gaming consoles

Top 3 most underrated gaming consoles

Ron Rokhy

May 1, 2013

1. Dreamcast Sega’s slain Dreamcast, which met its end at the hands of the almighty Playstation 2 in the early 2000s, is clearly the most underrated system of all time. Complete with graphics that still stand strong today, online capability (through dial-up) and the last great game in the Soni...

Main suspect of kidnapping case in Northridge caught in Mexico

Ron Rokhy

April 24, 2013

Tobias Summers, one of the two men accused of kidnapping and sexually assaulting a 10-year-old Northridge girl, was caught hiding in a drug rehab center in Mexico, according to CBS News. He was found after tips were given to the FBI about his whereabouts and he was identified by the Superman tatto...

Student stabbed on Cleveland High School campus

Ron Rokhy

April 24, 2013

An 18-year-old student has been stabbed at Cleveland High School in Reseda at about 4 p.m. Wednesday, according to ABC7 news. The student is hospitalized and two people were seen running from the from the campus. LAPD continues to investigate....

Former NBA head coach Reggie Theus hired by CSUN

Ron Rokhy

April 1, 2013

>>This article has been updated with additional information. According to CSUN Athletic Director Dr. Brandon Martin's twitter account, Reggie Theus has been hired by CSUN to lead its men's basketball team. "Theus is undoubtedly a winner, exceptional leader, mentee of Rick Pitino, and a leader...

Men’s Volleyball: Matadors drop 2-1 set lead against UCLA

Men’s Volleyball: Matadors drop 2-1 set lead against UCLA

Ron Rokhy

March 17, 2013

Despite holding a 2-1 set lead against the visiting fifth-ranked Bruins Friday night, the Matadors (10-8, 8-8 MPSF) allowed UCLA to mount a comeback and win the final two frames of the match by a combined 17 points. Led by senior opposite hitter John Baker’s five kills and junior outside hitter B...

Men’s Basketball: Josh Greene earns national academic honors

Men’s Basketball: Josh Greene earns national academic honors

Ron Rokhy

February 20, 2013

Men's basketball junior guard Josh Greene became one of 64 students across the nation to recently receive the Academic Momentum Award from the Scholar Baller Program for excellence on and off the court. Greene, a Recreation and Tourism Management major, is one of 350 student-athletes at CSUN. Avera...

Power outage hits CSUN

Ron Rokhy

December 7, 2012

CSUN experienced a campus-wide power outage early Friday morning at 6:30 a.m. The outage was caused by off-campus LADWP power substation losing power. The substation, located at Lindley and Zelzah, went out due to heavy moisture and dirt building up on the power lines, according to CSUN's Department...

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