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U.S. diplomat visits home turf

defaultuser April 28, 2006

It was in 1989 when he first arrived at CSUN. Five years after he graduated in 1994 with a bachelor's degree in political science and a minor in geography, Roberto Quiroz II, a U.S. diplomat, returned...

Democrats should take a stand for midterms

Justin Satzman April 28, 2006

As some of you may know, this November marks the midterm elections in Congress. It is basically a chance to vote in new senators and house members. This vote could possibly be as big as the 2004 election...

Say No More wins mtvU’s best music on campus

defaultuser April 28, 2006

Tim Spier, freshman music industry major, and his band Say No More moved to Los Angeles from Northern California's Monterey area. Together for more than three years, since high school, they have been living...

He said, she said: Is chivalry dead at CSUN?

defaultuser April 28, 2006

He Said By Justin Satzman I am sure that after reading this, a majority of women out there will think I am a pig. However, I am writing this in the hope that we can clear up some confusion. I do not believe...

Both golf teams place fourth at championship

Justin Satzman April 28, 2006

The Cal State Northridge men's golf team finished fourth after carding a final-round 288 at the Big West Championship while senior Doug Miller, junior Luis Kim and freshman Erik Jarvey earned All-Conference...

A.S. president elect Salgado dreams big

Cyro Duarte April 28, 2006

Almost no one is likely to accuse Adam Salgado, newly elected Associated Students president, of a lack of ambition and determination. "One day I want to hold public office and become the mayor of Los...

Matador men’s basketball out two coaches and director of operations

Justin Satzman April 28, 2006

Just weeks after it was announced that men's basketball assistant coach Danny Sprinkle decided to leave Cal State Northridge for his alma mater, Montana State, assistant coach Joel Sobotka also decided...

Pop music versus the world, what’s the deal?

defaultuser April 28, 2006

Today's popular music is overplayed, lacks originality and gets old really quick. Mainstream music playing on the radio and television is fine to listen to at first, but after hearing your new favorite...

Smashing sounds of South

Matt Hurley April 28, 2006

At first, South may sound like yet another British rock group on the coattails of successful acts like Coldplay and Oasis. But upon more attentive listening, you might find that South places their emphatic...

Ana at the top of her tennis game

defaultuser April 27, 2006

For Cal State Northridge tennis star Ana Matijasevic, her character has been tested time and again, shaping her into a mentally and physically tough leader, both on and off the court. Now in her third...

Blame for celebrity fixation placed on consumers

defaultuser April 27, 2006

Let's play a game of current events, shall we? What is currently happening in Nepal? What will be protested in Los Angeles on May 1? What recent shakeups did the George W. Bush administration go through?...

Money given to grad ceremonies

defaultuser April 27, 2006

Two organizations were given their requested funds for graduation ceremonies at the Associated Students Senate meeting in the University Student Union's Grand Salon April 25. The meeting, however, faced...

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