Softball team ends season getting swept by Titans

The CSUN softball team wrapped up the 2005 regular season with a three-game series against rival Cal State Fullerton in not so glamorous fashion. The Matadors were looking to inch closer to .500 and improve on their porous 5-13 conference record, but the...

Villaraigosa makes history in L.A. mayoral race

In an historic yet contentious mayoral election in which the candidates turned off more voters than they turned on, Councilmember Antonio Villaraigosa heralding himself as a candidate with energy and vitality, becoming the first Latino mayor of Los Angeles in more than 132 years....

Housing preparations being made for more students

In conjunction with CSUN's Envision 2035 plan, Residential Life and University Conference Services is preparing to accommodate the growing number of students on campus. The plan calls for CSUN to work with the San Fernando Valley and surrounding areas to improve the campus to...

Passport law a new police state

The May 9 Sundial article "Passports to be required of citizens re-entering the U.S.," is just one more example of how the United States is being turned in a police state, with the war on terror being used as an excuse. "Papers, please" used...

Four poetic expressions of love, beauty, and rhythm

The Drum By Mike Vincenti It is the Voice of Bodies-come Alive to hear the pouncing of All Feet slapping of hungry Hands, pulsing of heated Hearts The wave-length Rhythm of Thought Or The Cadence of who We are Made True through dense...

Business majors take note: Philosophy is simply the coolest

All the cool kids are doing it. When I enrolled at CSUN, I decided I was going to follow in the footsteps of the hundreds of thousands, perhaps millions, of students before me, and become a bona fide, certified, business major. When I told...

Airline’s request for more info not worth our time

A lot has been going on in the airline industry as of late. United has received the OK to shed some of its employee pensions, gas prices are eating away at airline profits, and just last week, a plane almost "attacked" Washington. Clearly, it's...

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...