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March 18, 2014
Volume 1, Edition 17

CSUN Women's Basketball

Matador Women Heading to the Big Dance

The Matador women’s basketball team will play the University of South Carolina’s Gamecocks on March 23 in the NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Championship in Seattle. Led by Big West Player of the Year Ashlee Guay, the Matadors defeated Cal Poly on Saturday winning the Big West Tournament for the first time. The Matador men came up just shy of making the Big Dance as well, losing in the final seconds of the championship game. Read more about the tournament.

Sid made a special appearance in the lobby before the performance
Sid the Science Kid Welcomes Families to CSUN
CSUN’s Valley Performing Arts Center (VPAC) hosted “Jim Henson’s Sid the Science Kid: Live!” and a student-led science demonstration fair following the performance. Read more about the family event.
Elaine Hall lectures
Expert Gives Future Teachers Glimpse into Autism
On a recent evening at CSUN, Elaine Hall guided nearly 30 special education teachers through a lesson on what it’s like to be autistic. Read more about their experience.
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Upcoming Events

CSUN baseball players.
Baseball vs. Stony Brook
Wed., March 19, 3 p.m.
Go Matadors!
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Parsons Dance Company
Parsons Dance Company
Sat., March 22, 8 p.m.
Internationally acclaimed American dance troupe.
Read more
Nintendo's Mario and Luigi
Inside the Industry: Video Game Panel
Wed., March 26, 6:30 p.m.
Alumni will discuss turning your passion into your career.
Read more


Focus on Faculty & Staff

Men’s Health Issues, March 21

Featuring Dr. Vahe Mooradian, a family medicine and primary care physician, this session will provide an overview of the new technology and treatment of men's health.

Coaches’ Clinic: Meet Soccer Coaches Terry Davila and Keith West

Take advantage of this opportunity to learn tips from our very own coaches as well as be on the inside to what’s happening with our teams. Meet the coaches, learn the sport, ask a question.

Speaker Encourages Focus on “Whole” Student

Laura Rendón, a nationally recognized scholar and professor of higher education at the University of Texas-San Antonio, encouraged attendees at CSUN’s third annual Terry Piper Lecture to remain focused on student sucess.


CSUN in the News

Reggie Theus’ Focus on Culture Change Pays Off for Matadors

Fox Sports

Director of Athletics Brandon Martin Talks About Enhancing Fan Experience

Athletics Administration

Basketball Success puts CSUN Athletics Back on the Map

Daily News


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