I’m a Matador: Steve Rabuchin

When I first set foot on campus, it was a huge step forward. The first in my family to attend college. I was determined to make the most of it. Studying business at CSUN, I gained key management and leadership skills, but I also explored art, the mind, and the Continue Reading

I’m a Matador: Andrew Anagnost

When I first set foot on campus, it was a chance to start over. I was stepping out of a rocky past and into a fresh chapter, a new lease on life. Once at CSUN I immersed myself in studies of the physical world, embraced the campus community, and learn Continue Reading

Breaking News US/Australia ll Matador suffers ‘cataclysmic’ injuries after bull gores him twice

A Spanish bullfighter has suffered ‘cataclysmic’ injuries after being gored twice during a fiesta, giving him three heart attacks A bull tore into Mariano De La Vina, 57, leaving him with a 27cm wound through his groin, severing his femoral artery, and another 22cm tear between his rectum and bladder, Continue Reading

How to make the sounds from Matador ‘Air’

Hello, this is Lucas Palmeira from Imaginando and I’m here to give another tutorial on DRC. Today I’m gonna show you how to make some sounds from the song ‘air’ by Matador. So let’s get right into it. we have five sounds to make so let’s get on them right Continue Reading

The Last American Rodeos (Part 2/2)

[MUSIC PLAYING] BERT JONES: I compete usually every weekend. Every Friday nights, I’ll be competing at Cave Creek, out by Phoenix, Arizona at a place called Buffalo Chip. And I pretty much go over there because they pay pretty good money. Then Saturdays and Sundays, I would just go anywhere Continue Reading

The Last American Rodeos (Part 1/2)

MALE SPEAKER: Get in the hold now. Get in the hold now. Get in the hold now. Whoa! Come on. Come on. Turn around. EARL TSOSIE, JR: When we get to rodeos now, we meet people. And that’s when we have our time, we meet a lot of people. We Continue Reading

Matador scalped in the bull ring says he’s on the road to recovery – 247 news

A gruesome 20cm head wound that required 40 stitches won’t stop Juan Jose Padilla in his lifelong pursuit of bullfighting The famous one-eyed matador assured fans he is on the road to recovery following a horrifying injury which left his scalp hanging off over the weekend Now he’s planning to be back Continue Reading