The Sundial

Matadors set sights for upcoming season

Ivan Yeo

October 31, 2006

Following a 2005-2006 season that saw the CSUN women's basketball team start slow and struggle throughout the season, but finish strong, the Matadors now head into the 2006-2007 season stronger and better and looking to fulfill the promise bestowed upon the program at the start of last year. "It couldn't ...

Rudeness in class remains a problem

Jillian Ballard

October 31, 2006

In recent years, students have become more rude in the classroom. The question is why. Paying attention in class has become harder for students due to new technology. Students cannot seem to break away from their technology for even an hour-long course. Students are constantly text messaging with thei...

A.S. senator plans for rest of semester

Sam Womack

October 31, 2006

Associated Students Senator and Director of the University Affairs Committee Igor Kagan expects to have projects like the free online book exchange, healthier food on campus and solutions for CSUN skateboarders by the end of the semester. Kagan said the online book exchange idea came from A.S. Senator B...

CSUN finishes in 16th

Victor Flores

October 31, 2006

After three days of competition the CSUN women's golf team was unable to produce an impressive round performance as they placed last at the Kent Youel Invitational held at the Kapolei Golf Club in Hawaii Oct. 23-25. The Matadors posted scores of 330 in the first round, 335 in the second and 329 in th...

Lakers’ season not so bright

Ivan Yeo

October 31, 2006

As the 2006-2007 NBA season prepares to get underway, one of the questions among Laker fans here in Los Angeles is how will the Lakers recover from last year's crushing collapse at the end of last year in which they blew a 3-1 best-of-seven series lead to the Phoenix Suns, preventing the much-anticipated ba...

After doing time, should sex offenders be monitored?

Natalie A. Cole

October 31, 2006

My fellow Americans, it's about that time again for you to cast your votes to elect some politicians to government positions, take some politicians out, and change the law that we abide by. Every November an election takes place where people go to the polls and cast their votes. By now, people who are e...

Online courses growing more popular at CSUN

Jeremy Foster

October 31, 2006

Close to 300 fully online or partially online courses were added to the CSUN curriculum in the past year, according to the Office of Online Instruction at CSUN. "Online courses are contagious," said Professor Randal Cummings, director of the Online Instruction program. "I'd say online courses are growi...

Northridge takes 3-0 win over Fullerton

Ivan Yeo

October 31, 2006

After three frustrating games, the CSUN men's soccer team finally registered three points to its total, as the Matadors easily defeated the Cal State Fullerton Titans 3-0 Oct. 28 at Matador Soccer field. Forward Michael Clegg supplied most of the offense, scoring two goals, both in the second half, and...

Off-campus eateries to escape to

Jillian Ballard

October 31, 2006

Tired of eating on campus? Students only have a few choices of places to eat, no matter what side of campus they hang out on. If you are getting tired of eating at the same places on campus, there are many places to eat just blocks away from school. L.A. Grill Mediterranean Cuisine is a fairly new ...

Letter to the Editor

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October 31, 2006

I couldn't believe that someone actually wrote about the MySpace issues. In the article "Web site has potential to ruin relationships" Danielle Swopes talks about how MySpace has destroyed many relationships due to jealousy and mistrust between partners. There is a shirt that has a slogan that reads, "M...

Santa Barbara exacts revenge on CSUN

Ivan Yeo

October 30, 2006

The backs of the CSUN men's soccer team are now officially against the wall. The Matadors dropped their third straight contest, this time to the UC Santa Barbara Gauchos, 1-0 at Harder Stadium Oct. 25. Eric Avila provided the difference maker in the game, as his goal in the 27th minute gave the Gauch...

Matadors wiped out by Waves in final game

Debby von Winckelmann

October 30, 2006

The CSUN women's soccer team lost its final game of the 2006 season, 3-1, in a non-conference match against the Pepperdine Waves on Oct. 26 at Matador Soccer Field. The Matadors ended the season with a 10-9-0 record, making it the third straight season the Matadors have reached double-digit wins. Hea...

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