The Sundial

Women’s volleyball hosts UC Riverside, UC Irvine; seeks wins

Emin Avakian

October 30, 2008

The Northridge women's volleyball team plays two of its three remaining home matches this weekend as they take on conference foes UC Riverside Friday and UC Irvine Saturday. Both Highlanders and Anteaters defeated the Matadors earlier this season. The Anteaters beat CSUN in four sets on Oct. 3. The fo...

German installation art duo Christo and Jean-Claude?s work exhibited at gallery

Reiko Kanazawa

October 30, 2008

A traveling exhibition of collective art by world-renowned artists, Christo Javacheff and Jean-Claude Denat de Guillebon, is currently at the CSUN Art Gallery in the Art and Design Center through Dec. 13 for a special showing. The collection, donated by local art collector Tom Golden, includes original ...

Women’s soccer host two looking to make tournament

Michael Harrington

October 30, 2008

The Matadors return home for a pair of games to finish off their 2008 regular season. Today they host UC Riverside while Sunday they wrap up the season as they welcome Cal State Fullerton. Despite a winless last weekend, Northridge is still in good position to reach the Big West Conference playoffs. CS...

Ten seconds of Gaucho hell

Alonso Tacanga

October 30, 2008

One player labeled it as heartbreaking, another one called it a choke job, Head Coach Terry Davila said it was like a cardinal sin. There is probably a few other adjectives that can be thrown in there - tough, hindering, dooming, etc. - but it doesn't matter. All that matters is one noun: loss. In what has g...

Iranian government confirms arrest of CSUN grad student

Danielle Directo

October 30, 2008

The Iranian government has confirmed the arrest of 28-year-old Esha Momeni, a grad student who was arrested on Oct. 15 in the Middle Eastern country while she was working on her thesis project. Hassan Ghashgaee, spokesperson for the Iranian Foreign Ministry, told BBC Persian that the 'relevant departmen...

The Android has landed

Jesse Sears

October 30, 2008

Three or four years ago, the concept of a tiny computer that can browse the Internet, take high-quality photographs, give on-point directions via satellite and oh yeah, make phone calls, was unheard of. Now so called 'smartphones' are huge business, and the major players in the industry are no longer ...

Media?s coverage of elections examined by veteran reporters

Aston Tan

October 30, 2008

Retired newsman David Dow and Los Angeles Daily News columnist Mariel Garza met with students Tuesday during a question-and-answer session that discussed the shifting role of media in elections. Topics were wide ranging with the speakers touching on issues like the growing prominence of political commentat...

A historical election calls for your vote

Staff Editorial

October 30, 2008

For the better part of a year we've been hearing how this is a historical election. Headlines and sound bites have drilled this idea into our heads to the point where we catch ourselves trying to convince others how important it really is. In this election the American people have the power to evoke ...

A.S. elections cancelled

Adolfo Flores

October 30, 2008

' For at least the third time in a row Associated Student elections encountered technical difficulties which caused the Elections Committee to suspend the elections and void all the ballots. A.S. is opting for paper ballot voting next month because they couldn't guarantee the integrity of the votes, th...

Men’s soccer in search of Big West points in the Inland Empire

Alonso Tacanga

October 30, 2008

The Matadors are coming off a difficult loss at home to UC Santa Barbara. They were playing well and looked in control, but then, in just 10 seconds, it was all gone. Now, they are forced to win. It's that or bye bye Big West Conference Tournament. With that being said, they have a great shot at getting th...

A.S. elections suspended


October 29, 2008

The Associated Student Senate elections were suspended today due to glitches in the online voting system according to a released statement. A proposed special election will take place Nov. 12 to 13. Paper ballots will be used. ' Check back for further developments.

LGBTA club mock wedding

Hana Itzhaki

October 29, 2008

Sophmore psychology major Caroline Jones, 19 and senior geography major Minda Greenberg, 22, are married in a mock ceremony presided by minister Vania Ellison, secretary of the LGBTA Club, in opposition to Prop. 8, on Tuesday, Oct. 28.

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