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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...

Rossi’s goal wins CSUN another

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October 31, 2005

The Matadors men's soccer team raised its national ranking to 15th and extended its unbeaten streak to eight games after barely escaping Cal Poly with a 1-0 victory on Oct. 26. The Matadors improved its season record to 10-2-3 overall and 6-0-1 in Big West Conference play, achieving 19 points and sole ...

Training of a teacher: An education for an educator

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October 31, 2005

Joseph Campbell said, "The job of an educator is to teach students to see the vitality in themselves." The CSUN credential program has embraced this philosophy wholeheartedly. The foundation of our education as educators here at CSUN is built upon localizing each student at the epicenter of their own...

Matador men’s golfers Miller, Kim, and Nat finish in top 25

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October 27, 2005

The CSUN men's golf team had two players finish in the top 10 at the Santa Clara Invitational at Silver Valley Creek Country Club in Santa Clara on Monday and Tuesday. Senior Doug Miller was one of five players to post a below-par round as he turned in a score of 71 on two of the three rounds, finis...

Struggles continue for Matadors

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October 27, 2005

The struggles of the CSUN Matador women's volleyball team continued as the team was swept by the UC Irvine Anteaters by scores of 30-24, 30-28 and 30-28 at the Matadome on Tuesday night. The Matadors were led by freshmen Harmony Burdine's 12 kills and 10 digs and Kelley Hanson's 13 digs, but UC Irvine got...

CSUN’s Sims leads the way for Matadors

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October 26, 2005

Family, soccer and the San Fernando Valley all play large roles in the success of Matador men's soccer star Willie Sims, who is confident that his time at CSUN has had a positive affect on his life. "It's made me a better person all around," said Sims of his experience at Northridge. "I wake up every mo...

Women’s soccer tame Mustangs, fall victim to Gauchos

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October 25, 2005

The CSUN Matador women's soccer team took a big hit in its hopes for qualifying for the Big West Tournament when it lost its last home game of the 2005 season, 2-1, to UC Santa Barbara at Matador Soccer Field. The two goals from Sami Svrcek and six saves from goalkeeper Jamie Considine solidified t...

New sitcom ‘How I Met Your Mother’ a love story in reverse

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October 25, 2005

On the surface, "How I Met Your Mother" looks like yet another show about a goup of "20-somethings" looking for love in all the wrong places. The plot focuses on Ted (Josh Radnor), an architect who gets anxious to discover the love of his life when his best friend Marshall (Jason Segel), a law stude...

Men’s soccer makes it seven straight without loss

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October 25, 2005

The game between the No. 19 Matador men's soccer team and UC Riverside ended the same way it did the last time the teams met on Sept. 28 - with a Matador victory. CSUN extended its seven-game winning streak by beating the Highlanders 1-0 Saturday at Matador Soccer Field. Senior midfielder Will Beard, who...

How to get through a day of boredom at the dorms

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October 24, 2005

When you're living in the dorms and away from the people, places and activities that usually get you through times of boredom, finding things to do can become a difficult task. Here are a few tips that might help get you through the long days of starring hopelessly at the plain white walls in your dorm ...

Women’s volleyball begin much-needed homestand

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October 20, 2005

The CSUN women's volleyball team will attempt to end its eight-match losing streak when the team opens up a season-long four-match homestand today against CSU Fullerton and UC Riverside. The Matadors, who lost a pair of road matches last week at UC Santa Barbara and Cal Poly, can end its losing s...

Men’s soccer nationally known

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October 19, 2005

The Matador men's soccer team, ranked No. 19 in the country, will take the field, hosting UC Irvine at Matador Soccer field today at 2:30 p.m. The Matadors 7-2-3 overall and 3-0-1 in the Big West Conference have a home record of 4-1-1, and are tied for second place with the Anteaters (6-3-3). The Matado...

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