A little pandering never hurt CSUN

A good amount of the time, CSUN administrators are doing the right thing. By "the right thing," we mean that they have the best interests of both the student body and the entire university at heart when making decisions, even if the decisions are...

Free speech becoming absent from higher education

There is a dangerous trend occurring in universities around the country. It's looming in academia and threatening to become a plague outside the world of education. This is the danger of silence. More than in any other environment, debate and discussion should be...

Baseball team drops two of three to rival Pacific

CSUN's Craig Baker pitched five dazzling innings, and a pitchers duel turned into a slugfest as CSUN came back to defeat the UOP Tigers 9-8 in 10 innings, salvaging one game of the three-game set. Drew Aguailar hit the game-winning single in the 10th...

Sam Feldman, former journalism professor

Former CSUN faculty member Sam Feldman passed away peacefully in his sleep May 10 while on vacation with his wife Heidi on the island of Kauai. Feldman was born in New York, but spent most of his youth in Southern California. ...

Class studies Central America

Central American Studies 100 gives students the opportunity to examine the socio-political structures and cultural practices of Central Americans, from the pre-Hispanic to the post-war periods. "In this course, we study the differences and similarities within the Central American nations," said Professor Alicia...

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BSU hosts Sankofa Awards ceremony

The Black Student Union hosted its first Sankofa Awards in the Shoshone Room on May 10 in an effort to celebrate the achievements of African American clubs, organizations, students, faculty and staff. With the room in the Satellite Student Union filled nearly beyond...

Majority of U.S. Catholics approve of new pope

Although the majority of U.S. Catholics approve the choice of Pope Benedict XVI, most believe the Church is not completely aligned with their personal views, according to a Washington Post-ABC News poll. The survey, conducted in late April 2005, found that more than 80...

CSUN hosts symposium for future scientists

Middle and high school students from Los Angeles County showcased the results of their findings May 14 as the culmination of a program where CSUN professors train teachers in how to teach students about scientific research and inspire them to become scientists. The teachers...

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