The Sundial

Krohn’s soccer career at CSUN winds down

Brandon Der Avanessian

October 31, 2007

In a flash, the season has come and is just about gone for the Cal State Northridge women's soccer team, as only two games remain on the schedule, both at home. With a disappointing 1-4-1 record in the Big West, the Matadors chances to make the playoffs are slim even if they win their final two conference ga...

Halloween is here, but what does that mean to revelers?

Melissa Mills

October 31, 2007

It's that time of year again. The leaves are falling from the trees, the darkness creeps up earlier and it has become cooler at night. Houses are being decorated with pumpkins, ghosts, ghouls or anything creepy. Halloween must be upon us. When I was a child, I enjoyed Halloween as every kid does. Wha...

Elizabeth I exhibition chronicles life of pioneering English queen

J. Alfredo Santana

October 31, 2007

The prowess to exercise her governmental duties as queen of England, how witchcraft and the advent of science influenced her kingdom, and why two collectors of Elizabeth I books turned devotees of her dress codes were the topics of a lecture titled 'The Sun That Lights the Rainbow: The Life and Times of...

Rally for a Revolution

Tiffany Kelly

October 31, 2007

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‘Speak Your Mind’ lecture discusses climate change

Talynn Soghomonians

October 31, 2007

The first lecture of the semester for CSUN's "Speak Your Mind" series discussed climate change, including the impact of heat waves, water shortages and pollution on the world, on Oct. 25 in the Plaza Del Sol Performance Hall. Stanford professor and the 1992 recipient of the MacArthur Fellowship award St...

CSUN splits road matches

Ivan Yeo

October 31, 2007

Another week, another two-match split for the CSUN women's volleyball team. CSUN began its brief two-match road trip with a win over the UC Riverside Highlanders on Friday and started out strong in its match against the UC Irvine Anteaters on Saturday before Irvine came back to take the match. "The Big ...

Governor’s veto may result in sexual disease through state

Katie Dibene

October 31, 2007

On Oct. 14, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger vetoed a number of bills, including Assembly Bill 1334, which would provide condoms for prison inmates to reduce the increase in HIV. Schwarzenegger vetoed the bill, but'll allow a pilot program to be established in one of the federal prisons. Condoms in prison...

CSUN awarded $275,000 grant

Danielle Directo

October 31, 2007

CSUN was awarded a $275,000 grant from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration through the Federal Aviation Agency to develop technology that researchers say would better monitor an increase in air passenger traffic and cargo control. Researchers say the grant, funded through the FAA's Nex...

Associated Students grants $4,400 to clubs, departments

Daniel Williams

October 31, 2007

More than $4,000 was awarded to separate clubs and departments at the Associated Students Senate meeting yesterday. One thousand seven hundred dollars were awardedto the Department of Communications Studies. The money was requested for the performance ensemble and the miscegenation workshop and perfo...

Matadors play Anteaters to scoreless tie, decreasing postseason chances

Brandon Der Avanessian

October 30, 2007

In the midst of a late season playoff-push, the Cal State Northridge women's soccer team played to a scoreless tie against conference opponent UC Irvine at Matador Soccer Field last Sunday. Both teams had their chances throughout the game, but the Matadors controlled the ball for the better part of t...

Delio dominates, wins SCU tourney

Brandon Der Avanessian

October 30, 2007

Cal State Northridge freshman Nick Delio became the first Matador golfer to win a tournament in more than seven years, as he took the individual medalist honors at the SCU Invitational at Silver Creek Valley CC in San Jose last Tuesday. The Matadors finished in fourth place as a team. Delio dominated...

Textbook transparency bill signed by governor

Megan McFadden

October 30, 2007

Students will be able to experience relief in terms of paying for pricey textbooks in 2010, as Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger has signed California Assembly Bill 1548 into law. Schwarzenegger vetoed a similar bill on Oct. 13. AB 1548, also known as known as the College Textbook Transparency Act, will requir...

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