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Baseball: Matadors drop another one to Fullerton

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March 31, 2012

By Wahid Lodin The Matadors sought to end their losing streak on Saturday at Cal State Fullerton, but came up short again in the final innings of the game with the final score being 8-6. The team’s previous encounter with Fullerton Friday night was not a pleasant one as CSUN lost 7-2. This...

Water polo: Matadors fall short in rally against UC Irvine in season opener

Anthony Carpio

March 31, 2012

Though they were down 5-1 in the second quarter, the Matadors (14-15, 0-1 Big West) rallied back, but couldn’t secure the victory against UC Irvine (18-5, 1-0) as the Anteaters took the game 11-10 during both teams' Big West Conference season opener Saturday afternoon at CSUN's Campus Pool. CSUN...

Sydni Powell and Christopher Woolett tentatively win A.S. elections

Sydni Powell and Christopher Woolett tentatively win A.S. elections

Carl Robinette

March 30, 2012

Next fall, the new president of CSUN’s Associated Students will be Sydni Powell, according to unofficial results from the March 28 and 29 elections, which showed they won by a landslide. Powell, the current vice president of AS, appears to have defeated her opponent Emmanuel Martinez by a vote of...

Men’s volleyball: Matadors pounded by No. 4 BYU

Men’s volleyball: Matadors pounded by No. 4 BYU

Alonso Tacanga

March 29, 2012

The Matadors' third winning streak of the season came to a violent halt Thursday night at BYU. Behind a dominant first set, the Cougars set the tone for the night and swept CSUN 25-10, 25-20, 25-20 at Smith Fieldhouse. CSUN (10-14, 6-11 MPSF) came into the night winner of two straight games and on a hot hitting streak that saw them hit a combined .341 during two ...

A local quality coffee shop in Gayle’s Perks

Jessica Jewell

March 29, 2012

As a foodie and admitted food snob, I’m a hard egg to crack. Gayle’s Perks coffee shop is tucked away next door to a CVS; located just blocks away from CSUN, near Balboa and Nordhoff. At first glance, the location can be a bit off-putting, as it is a challenge to find it in the endless strip-mall...

“The Hunger Games” lives up to expectations

Natalie Rivera

March 29, 2012

    Children killing children. This is the heart of the Hunger Games, the televised event that is punishment and reminder to the people of the fictional dictatorial country Panem, for their rebellion 74 years ago. This is also the plot of Suzanne Collins' international bestselling book which the film is based on. Both the film ...

White Rabbit offers quality eats to CSUN students

Joseph A. Tomaszewski

March 29, 2012

Taco Tuesday, with $1 tacos, was a great opportunity to sample the Filipino/ Mexican fare of The White Rabbit Fusion Cafe. Since November 2010 the White Rabbit food tuck has roamed the LA area, Ventura, and Orange County.  Not a food truck chaser? Last November, the owners opened a restaurant ...

Healthy Vegetarian Chili Recipe

Jessica Jewell

March 29, 2012

  Vegetarian Chili I’m a big fan of chili, a BIG one. There are so many different fun ways to customize each batch, the options are endless. In the fall, I love making Drunken Pumpkin Chili from the Veggie Belly blog. This recipe is a result of lots of trial and error, and trying new things. Fee...

Desert vacations for Spring Break

Desert vacations for Spring Break

Joseph A. Tomaszewski

March 29, 2012

  If you're into hiking, camping, the outdoors, or just need some peace and quiet, consider a road trip to one of Southern California's deserts. Yes, gas prices are up, but a road trip is still more affordable than flying to most places and the drive is an experience in itself.  Spring is a perfect time to visit, with blooming wildflowers and m...

CSUN supports National Autism Awareness Month

Laura Davis

March 28, 2012

April is National Autism Awareness Month and non-profit organizations such as Autism Speaks have paired with local and national sponsors to raise funds for their cause by promoting events such as 5k walks and collect donations at Gelson’s supermarkets. Autism has been recognized as a medical condition...

Baseball: Matadors open conference play at Fullerton

Jonathan Andrade

March 28, 2012

The Matadors (11-13) have been struggling to keep opposing runners off the path, but have the perfect chance to regain their composure on the mound heading into their conference opener at Cal State Fullerton (15-9) this weekend. CSUN will begin Big West Conference play Friday at Goodwin Field against...

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