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Matadors win one, lose one in Golden Bear Classic

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November 29, 2005

After starting the season 2-0, the Matador men's basketball team spent the holiday weekend in Berkeley at the Golden Bear Classic, losing to the Northeastern Huskies in the Matadors' first game before going on to beat Northern Colorado. CSUN trailed most of the game and was never in the lead in the ...

Efevberha’s 36 leads Matador win

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November 28, 2005

Coming off an overtime victory against USC, the Matador men's basketball team pulled out a 77-71 win over the Tulsa Golden Hurricanes in front of 1,423 fans at the Matadome Nov. 22. Junior Mike Efevberha led all scorers with 36 points, hitting 14 of 25 shots. Junior Jonathan Heard chipped in with 15 ...

Rebuilding season ends for women’s volleyball team

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November 23, 2005

The Matador women's volleyball team made an attempt to finish the season strong, though the team fell short on both occasions. The Matadors lost to UC Irvine in a three-game sweep 30-18, 30-23, 30-18 on Nov. 18. The Anteaters improved their season record to 10-18 overall and 3-10 in the Big West, ...

Matadors drop two at home

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November 23, 2005

The second half turned out to be the downfall for the Matador women's basketball team, as CSUN could not keep up with the San Jose State Spartans, falling 76-62 at the Matadome on Monday night. CSUN was unable to find an answer inside for Amber Jackson, who scored 15 points and pulled down 17 rebounds....

‘Get Rich or Die Tryin’ a gangster rapper’s life

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November 22, 2005

Playing a fictional character based on his own real- life exploits, Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson gives the world a glimpse of the emotional pain, physical violence and blind ambition that preceded his rise to hip-hop super stardom. Marcus Greer (Jackson) is in hell. His once overindulgent mother, a fearless ...

Women’s basketball falls to BYU in opener

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November 22, 2005

It was a tale of two halves for the CSUN women's basketball team Saturday against the Brigham Young University Cougars. CSUN shot 55 percent in the first half and jumped out to a huge lead, but stumbled in the end, losing 76-59 in its season opener. Jazelle Burries and Krisztina Fuleki each scored ...

Easy life is plenty of sunshine and classical music

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November 17, 2005

For so long I have had the same routine. Classes in the early mornings, work in the afternoon, and homework in the evening. The few hours that are left, I use to exercise or to catch up on sleep. Now, why is it that most Americans are sleep deprived? Why must I always catch up on sleep? Before I mo...

Men’s basketball opens 2005-06 season at USC

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November 17, 2005

After a heartbreaking loss to 16th-ranked Pacific in last year's Big West Tournament semifinals in Anaheim, the CSUN men's basketball team is back with an array of fresh faces that are full of potential. Coming off their first winning season in four years, and after losing their three top scorers, ...

Studio Jazz Ensemble infuses intricate musical arrangements

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November 17, 2005

The Studio Jazz Ensemble, one of three jazz bands in the Music Department, gave a rousing and raucous performance before a large audience that proved that while they may be the second-level jazz band, they are not second fiddle. In his opening remarks Monday night before the concert audience, director ...

Theatre students rehearse for ‘Twelfth Night’

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November 17, 2005

It is late, after 10 p.m. on a Monday. Classes are over and most of the students and faculty are gone for the day, but in one corner of the Theatre Department, the cast and crew of the CSUN production of Shakespeare's classic "Twelfth Night," deliver a passionate and funny performance in a full-dress reh...

Women’s basketball starts season optimistic

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November 17, 2005

After winning a total of 11 games from 2001-2004, the CSUN women's basketball team turned the tide last season, going 18-11, finishing fourth in the Big West Conference with a 12-6 record and participating in the Big West Tournament for the first time since joining the conference. This year, expectations ...

Volleyball hopes to end on high note

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November 17, 2005

The CSUN women's volleyball team is struggling with a six-match losing streak, but that could all change by Sunday if the Matadors beat UC Irvine and Long Beach State on the road to close out the season. In the last meeting between CSUN and UCI on Oct. 25, freshman outside hitter Harmony Burdine led...

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