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Sublime tribute rocks Henry Fonda Music Box Theatre

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March 27, 2006

In celebration of and in tribute to the music of Sublime, almost a dozen bands played short sets at the Henry Fonda Music Box Theatre in Hollywood on Oct. 24 to benefit the MusiCares MAP Fund. Sublime, one of the most popular bands of the 20-something generation, set the trend for the raw blending...

Efevberha leads Matadors to 15-point preseason victory

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December 12, 2005

The CSUN men's basketball team nearly shot 54 percent from the field as the Matadors beat the CSU Los Angeles Golden Eagles 90-75 in their first of two exhibition games in front of 1,285 people at the Matadome, Nov. 3. Junior Mike Efevberha, who scored 28 points on 9-15 shooting from the field and ...

CSUN women’s basketball to battle No. 24 Trojans

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December 8, 2005

The Matador women's basketball team concludes its six-game odyssey away from the Matadome tomorrow night, as the team will face the 4-2 USC Trojans at the Los Angeles Sports Arena Dec. 9. CSUN's woes continued last week as the Matadors lost both games in Washington, falling to Eastern Washington 69-61 in...

Northridge Singers put on energetic, eclectic show

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December 6, 2005

Imagine being right in the middle of a choir as they lift their voices in song. Melody and harmony bathe you in a glorious, sweet sound that first overtakes you, then lifts you and carries you away. The 50 voices of the choir literally surrounded the audience for the opening of the Fall Concert of...

Matador swim teams dive into 2005-06 season winless

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December 6, 2005

The Matador swim teams recently began the 2005-06 season, with the men's team at 0-1 in head-to-head dual meets and the women's team at 0-2. The men's team began their season at the Big West Shootout, held at UC Irvine's Anteater Complex from Nov. 4 to Nov. 5. CSUN went 1-2 on its first day of compet...

Matador shooting woes give Eagles easy victory

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December 6, 2005

In what was its worst game of the young season, the CSUN men's basketball team lost 70-48 to the Eastern Washington Eagles at Reese Court in Cheney, Wash. on Dec. 4. The Eagles held the Matadors to nearly 40 points below their average of nearly 87 points per game. Eastern Washington's defense held the Ma...

‘Twelfth Night’ cast delivers fantastic performances

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December 6, 2005

Student actors doing Shakespeare in an on- campus production screams boring. The mere mention conjures visions of amateurs, missed cues and awkward pauses. Oh ye of little faith, the student-production of Shakespeare's classic "Twelfth Night," presented by the Theatre Department at CSUN, is hilario...

‘Pride and Prejudice’ another remake of a classic

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December 6, 2005

Seeing an original screenplay produced by a major studio has become the Hollywood equivalent of a dodo sighting. It is rare indeed. The result of Hollywood's total lack of creativity is slumping box office returns. With revenue down nearly seven percent from last year why redo "Pride and Prejudic...

CSUN crushes Hope-less Royals in 62-point victory

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December 5, 2005

The CSUN men's basketball team came out firing early and often against Hope International and never looked back, breaking the 100-point barrier for the first time in three years, blowing out the Royals 117-55 Dec. 1 at the Matadome. "When it comes down to a game like this, it's about seeing whether we e...

Rhythm set by strong performances in ‘Walk the Line’

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December 1, 2005

Hollywood has fallen in love with the biopic. After the movie "Ray," and the performance given by its star Jamie Foxx, the bar for a Hollywood biopic has been raised. In "Walk the Line," Joaquin Phoenix and Reese Witherspoon reach levels of personification that more than justifies making the biopic t...

Matador women’s basketball team continues long road trip

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November 30, 2005

Fresh off its weekend in Hawaii, the CSUN Matador women's basketball team now heads to Washington for a pair of games, the first against Eastern Washington in Cheney and the second, a rematch of the fifth-place game of the Hawaii Tournament, against the Washington State Cougars in Pullman. Eastern Washingt...

Women’s basketball takes one of three in Hawaiian classic

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November 29, 2005

The Matador women's basketball team went 1-2 in its trip to the Aloha State for the Hawaiian Airlines Rainbow Wahine Classic at the University of Hawaii, losing its first game to Texas A'M 76-52, then coming back to beat Eastern Michigan 69-59 before falling in the fifth-place game to Washington State...

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