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Women’s basketball team makes big season debut

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November 8, 2005

After its most successful season in four years as a member of the Big West Conference, the CSUN women's basketball team is back in action against The Master's College tonight at 7 p.m. at the Matadome. "We just want to play against people other than ourselves," said senior star forward Ofa Tulikihihifo. "...

Preseason victory for Efevberha-led Matadors

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November 8, 2005

The CSUN men's basketball team shot nearly 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 8-8 f...

CSUN’s Shewmake: Big man on campus

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November 7, 2005

At 6-foot-10, junior Thomas Shewmake is anything but hard to see, and after playing the last two seasons on the Matador men's basketball team, he will try to maintain his larger-than-life presence on the court as well. "My goals for this season are to be dominating on both offense and defense," Shewm...

Long awaited men’s basketball season begins

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November 3, 2005

Even though it is an exhibition game, basketball is back at CSUN, as the Matadors take on the CSU Los Angeles Golden Eagles tonight on Wells Fargo Court at the Matadome at 7 p.m. "It will be nice to play against somebody else," said head coach Bobby Braswell. "We will have a good opportunity to eval...

CSUN shuts out Gauchos, moves closer to Big West title

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November 3, 2005

The CSUN Matador men's soccer team moved one step closer to clinching the Big West Conference title after shutting out the UC Santa Barbara Gauchos 1-0 at Matador Soccer Field on Wednesday afternoon. Senior midfielder Daniel Paladini was the difference-maker early in the first half as he scored after ...

George Clooney directs, co-stars in ‘Good Night and Good Luck’

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November 3, 2005

Paranoia is in the air, as you look over your shoulder to make sure none of your friends or family have a reason to be a suspect. Or at least this is what many Americans felt like during the McCarthy era. George Clooney directs his second feature length film, merging history with drama in, "Good Nig...

Stage set for Matador, Gaucho season finale

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November 2, 2005

Fresh off a 2-0 win over UC Davis on Oct. 29, the No. 14 Matador men's soccer team now prepares for another showdown with the No. 13 UC Santa Barbara Gauchos at Matador Soccer Field today at 2 p.m. "It's a big game (today)," said sophomore Sean Franklin. "Obviously, its us and Santa Barbara at the top,...

Women’s volleyball team succumbs to strength of Tigers

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November 1, 2005

The CSUN Matador women's volleyball team came up short, falling in three games to the Pacific Tigers, by scores of 30-20, 30-25 and 30-27 on Oct. 29 at the Matadome. Darla Donaldson's 11 kills, Val Kepler's eight kills, Kayla Wright's 31 assists and Jamie Crawford's 17 digs led CSUN. Kara Uhl's match-l...

Camy takes third, CSUN finishes seventh overall

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November 1, 2005

The CSUN men and women's cross country teams placed seventh at the Big West Cross Country Championships at the UC Riverside Agricultural Operations course on Saturday, despite a career-best finish for women's runner Liz Camy and a top-20 finish by men's runner Manuel Ruiz. Camy posted a Big West C...

Rwanda King Kigeli V speaks at CSUN

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November 1, 2005

As part of Africa Week, an annual celebration focused on raising awareness of the history and culture of the African continent, former Rwandan King Kigeli V spoke to a audience of students, faculty and staff on campus Oct. 27. The speech, which focused on what he described as turmoil in his country, his...

Age-old cliche about teaching not always true

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November 1, 2005

An age-old cliche contends that "those who cannot do, teach." The phrase implies that some educators are in the classroom because they do not measure up professionally outside academia. Some professors of film, acting and music at CSUN, however, teach by choice, and have the resume to back it up. Eri...

Feldman, Siu keep Matadors undefeated in Big West

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November 1, 2005

The Matador men's soccer team started off quiet before nailing a goal to end the first half, and scoring early in the second to cruise to a 2-0 victory over the non-conference UC Davis Aggies. The No. 14 Matadors extended their unbeaten streak to nine games, improving its record to 11-2-3 overall. ...

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