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Women’s volleyball loses eighth consecutive match, heads home

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October 18, 2005

The Matador women's volleyball team cannot find a way to win, as they fell victim over the weekend to UC Santa Barbara on Oct. 14 in four games and were swept by Cal Poly on Oct. 15. Against the Gauchos, Freshman Jenn Probert's 16 kills were not enough, as the Matadors lost 26-30, 30-26, 16-30 and 24...

All audience members may find a good fit ‘In Her Shoes’

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October 18, 2005

In Her Shoes" has all the makings of a terrific film. It is based on the best-selling "chick-lit" novel by Jennifer Weiner. It consist of a terrific cast (Cameron Diaz, Toni Collette and Shirley MacLaine) and a fantastic director (Curtis Hanson of "L.A. Confidential," "Wonder Boys" and "8 Mile.") A...

Burgers, fries and striving for a greener planet

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October 17, 2005

What do Kentucky Fried Chicken and McDonald's have in common besides a prescription for heart failure and obesity? It seems that the greasy fries at our beloved fast food restaurants have more of a purpose than to merely make you fat or lead you on your way to a cardiac arrest. Although over the yea...

‘A History of Violence’ questions mankind’s ability to change

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October 13, 2005

Scientist Charles Darwin noted in his theories of adaptation and survival of the fittest that all living creatures have animalistic characteristics motivated by a single need to survive. Further studies have concluded that man's adaptive existence has changed from "gatherer" to "hunter." Whether t...

Men’s soccer topples Titans; Bruins are next

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October 13, 2005

The No. 22 Matador men's soccer team emerged unscathed as they gutted out a 1-0 victory over the CS Fullerton Titans, behind the sure-footed play of senior forward Alec de Mattos' second half goal at Matador Field on Tuesday. "This game was set up for us to lose and we still won," said head coach Ter...

Tough road ahead for CSUN

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October 13, 2005

The CSUN women's volleyball team will look to end their six-game losing streak as they head out on the road this weekend to face conference rivals UC Santa Barbara and Cal Poly. First up for Matadors will be the Gauchos on Oct. 14 at the Thunderdome. UCSB has won four straight matches after suffering fou...

Students with racial, ethnic ties form hot spots

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October 13, 2005

About five years ago, Eagle Rabbit came to CSUN looking for a group of people who had interests similar to his. A young man with indigenous ancestors, the 26-year-old Chicano/a Studies major identifies himself only by his tribal name. Rabbit said that because he was born in the Year of the Rabbit a...

Tulikihihifo returns motivated for senior year

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October 12, 2005

For CSUN basketball star Ofa Tulikihihifo, her father, her family, her teammates and her coaches have been instrumental in her success on and off the basketball court. Tulikihihifo, a 5-foot-11 senior forward on the women's basketball team, returns after a 2004-05 season that saw her average 19.3 po...

Women’s volleyball struggles to find winning way

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October 11, 2005

The CSUN women's volleyball team played at home for the first time in two weeks, but were swept 33-31, 30-21 and 30-25 by conference rival Long Beach State on Oct. 7 at the Matadome. The team suffered another loss the very next day to the also struggling UC Davis team in four games. In the first match the ...

Women’s soccer suffers two straight losses

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October 11, 2005

The women's soccer team lost two matches over the weekend to see its school record nine-match winning streak and seven-game road winning streak come to an end. The Matadors entered the Soccer Buzz regional rankings at No. 14 before embarking on a four game road trip. The team lost its first match to ...

Cure ailments at club Good Hurt in West Los Angeles

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October 11, 2005

Unlike the many clubs in Tinsel Town that lure in the young and restless with their long lines and posh furniture, club Good Hurt tries to redefine night life in Los Angeles. Without the hustles at the door and a strict dress code, this club is generating new buzz that a lot of people are talking about. ...

Matador women’s volleyball to play two games at home

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October 6, 2005

The infamous "There's no place like home" line from "The Wizard of Oz" could be a good description for the Matadors women's volleyball team. Home matches have been few and far between for the Matadors this season. With three matches at home to open the season in the Fremont Invitational and two during the ...

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