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China?s public image, role in world economic growth examined

Satoru Narue

November 17, 2008

A forum was held Thursday to examine the new developments in China and its implications for the U.S. and the world. The lecture, 'Reimagining China', was held Nov. 13 at Sierra Hall and explored China's public image as seen by CSUN's Chinese scholars. ' 'China's role in the world is increasing due t...

Chinese exchange student injured in hit-and-run accident

Satoru Narue

November 11, 2008

An international student from China was run over by a hit-and-run driver near CSUN on Nov. 2.' She is still listed in critical condition at the Northridge Hospital Medical Center. Yao Lu, a 22-year-old Chinese exchange student who is studying at CSUN in the Intensive English Program (IEP), was hit b...

CSUN ranks high in enrollment of international students

Satoru Narue

November 10, 2008

CSUN has been ranked as the 10th largest institution in California in terms of the number of international students, according to an annual report on international educational exchange issued by Institute of International Education (IIE). CSUN continues to grow to record numbers of international students ...

Famous Chinese opera group performs

Satoru Narue

October 15, 2008

Aworld-famous opera group, Mei Lanfang Beijing Opera Troupe, visited CSUN Tuesday to give a special workshop for students and faculty to enhance the cultural exchange between the United States and China. ' The workshop started at 2 p.m. in the Studio Theater in Nordhoff Hall with a speech and a brief i...

Former Matador Chitwood making it in Japan

Satoru Narue

October 14, 2008

Not many university athletes have a chance to play as a pro after graduating, especially when it comes to the four big American leagues: the NBA, MLB, NFL and NHL. The chances to become a professional are limited and narrow, but those options are not only available in the United States. Calvin Chitwood,...

Program gives students opportunity to visit China

Satoru Narue

October 9, 2008

The China Institute at CSUN was established in 1982 to enhance the U.S.-China relations and fulfill the public's increasing interest in China. The institute now has nearly two hundred members, including CSUN faculty, staffs, and students. The Institute has promoted diverse academic and cultural activitie...

Genji Festival Helps Students Learn About Japanese Culture

Satoru Narue

September 29, 2008

The world's oldest psychological novel, 'The Tale of Genji,' was celebrated at CSUN on Sept. 24 with the hopes of introducing Japanese culture to foreigners and giving those of Japanese descent a better understanding of their own culture. The Tale of Genji Millennium Festival was held at the USU Grand...

Hot Matadors take home tournament

Satoru Narue

September 9, 2008

The Matadors used a defensive clinic and an improved offense to defeat long-time rival UNLV 2-0 in the championship game of the Cal State Fullerton Tournament on Sunday at Titan Stadium. 'We got a great group of guys and a lot of confidence now,' said Matador assistant coach Ivan Alzate, speaking of the te...

Northridge looking to win this one

Satoru Narue

September 4, 2008

The CSUN men's soccer team will travel to south this weekend to play their first two games away from Matador Soccer Field. They will face CSU Bakersfield and the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) as part of the Cal State Fullerton Tournament. Away games are hard, but they demonstrate a team's tough...

Men’s soccer opens season with familiar faces

Satoru Narue

August 25, 2008

The men's soccer season is here. The Matadors finished last season with a record of 7-7-6 overall and 3-5-4 in Big West Conference-play. It was good enough for fourth place in their league, but not good enough to satisfy CSUN supporters. Northridge will now strive for a significant improvement from 200...

Men open season with familiar faces

Satoru Narue

August 25, 2008

The men's soccer season is here. The Matadors finished last season with a record of 7-7-6 overall and 3-5-4 in Big West Conference-play. It was good enough for fourth place in their league, but not good enough to satisfy CSUN supporters. Northridge will now strive for a significant improvement from 20...

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