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Valley View News 11/14/11

Valley View News 11/14/11

Valley View News

November 23, 2011

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Istanbul Adventures VIII: Pride Parade

Kat Russell

November 23, 2011

Protests in Istanbul are an almost weekly occurrence. Whether it’s student protests, Kurdish protests, or workers’ unions, the people in Istanbul are not afraid to use their voices and are often dead set on making sure they are heard. Demonstrations almost always start or end in Taksim Square - the center of modern Istanbul – making the square symbolic of challenging social an...

Occupy CSUN asked by administration to plan their leave

The Occupy CSUN encampmant on the Oviatt Library lawn. The movement has until monday to figure out a way to contribute to the campus at night in order for William Watkins, vice president for student affairs, to let them stay. Photo Credit: Andres Aguila / Daily Sundial

Anthony Carpio

November 23, 2011

Campus administration has asked Occupy CSUN campers to set a date for the emcampment to pack up and move from the lawn in front of the Oviatt Library. “They obviously don’t want us to be here for a myriad of reasons, including safety,” said Ankur Patel, an interdisciplinary studies gradua...

CSUN students robbed while walking to their cars

A.J. Circhirillo

November 23, 2011

Two CSUN students were robbed last Wednesday while walking from campus to their cars. The area surrounding CSUN also saw an increase in crimes last week. The robberies were separate incidents with striking similarities. Both victims were white females and were approached by two suspects just after...

Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction admits failure

The Occupy CSUN encampmant on the Oviatt Library lawn. The movement has until monday to figure out a way to contribute to the campus at night in order for William Watkins, vice president for student affairs, to let them stay. Photo Credit: Andres Aguila / Daily Sundial

Joelle Katz

November 23, 2011

CLARIFICATION, Weds. Nov. 28: The original article read: "James Gleeson, communications staff to Xavier Becetta (sic), Calif. representative and member of the committee, would not give a statement on the record." Gleeson did not refuse to make a comment, but rather referred the reporter to Becerra's...

Finding opportunites across the pond

Courtesy of Jessye Shepherd

Contributor

November 23, 2011

By Jessye Shepherd Many opportunities are presented to us in our lifetime and sometimes the most important thing to do is step out of your comfort zone and try something new. Deciding to study abroad in the United Kingdom at Kingston University was one of the most important decisions I’ve ever mad...

Weekly Column: Despite nightmare season, there’s reason for optimism in Dodgertown

Outfielder Matt Kemp, who signed an eight-year deal last week to stay in Los Angeles, was one of the bright spots for the Dodgers during a rough season. Kemp led the National League in home runs and RBI this past season. Photo Credit: Courtesy of MCT

Brandon Hensley

November 23, 2011

Maybe the shadows were a sign. The ones that covered the Dodger Stadium field on a late Thursday afternoon on Opening Day, the ones that make it so hard for hitters to see the ball during start times at Chavez Ravine. Maybe the fans that attended the game and saw what was laid out before them shou...

WBball: CSUN hosts tournament, looking to bounce back

Kaitlyn Petersen and the Matadors host a four-team tournament this weekend that includes UCLA, West Virgina and Colgate.  Photo Credit: Mariela Molina / Visual Editor

Ron Rokhy

November 23, 2011

CSUN will be hosting the 2011 Woodland Hills Thanksgiving Basketball Classic at the Matadome Friday night, when four teams will face off for a chance at Saturday’s championship game. The first game will be UCLA (2-1) against West Virginia (2-1), while Northridge (2-2) takes on Colgate (0-4)...

M-Bball: Greene snaps out of funk as Matadors win big time in home opener

Josh Greene (left) recovered from an early season shooting funk to score 20 points against San Diego Christian. Photo Credit: Andres Aguila /Daily Sundial

Alonso Tacanga

November 22, 2011

Four field-goal attempts into his night, CSUN guard Josh Greene’s bid to snap out of his early-season shooting funk wasn’t looking promising. Even as the Matadors (1-3) were beginning to run away with what eventually became a 95-68 win against overmatched San Diego Christian, Greene kept stru...

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