Formerly expired elevator permits now updated on campus

The California Division of Occupational Safety and Health renewed permits in all 58 elevators at CSUN after the campus was cited for several violations. During the Fall 2004 semester, almost four months after some permits had expired, the D.O.S.H. cited CSUN for several violations,...

Softball team takes two of three against Riverside

The CSUN softball team ended its nine-game losing streak and took two of three games against Big West rival UC Riverside, while playing the last home stand of the season. In game one, the Highlanders got on the scoreboard first with two runs in...

Media partly to blame for ‘Runaway Bride’ debacle

Reality shows like MTV's "The Real World," where people expose every detail of their lives for the entertainment of viewers, are outdated. The new method for obtaining that oft-desired "15 minutes of fame" is to runaway from your own wedding. You'll get more attention...

Tactless Nazi comparisons must stop

The opportunity to cultivate shock value in order to sensationalize and push home a point is often utilized, even if it means trivializing the brutality of one of the most inhumane governments in modern history -- Nazi Germany. A couple weeks ago, a...

Childhood norms could be root of dating problems

Before a newborn has a chance to utter his or her first word or take a first step, gender norms are already present. Male or female gender norms are embedded into our surroundings. They are blended in our institutions, toys, and the way...

Big Show 5 sweeps fans off their feet

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University looks to recruit more international students

CSUN is looking to increase the number of international students in attendance within the next five years from the current 1,200 students to about 1,600 students, making up about 5 to 6 percent of the total student population. International students currently total about 3...

Students fill Sierra Quad for Big Show 5

With talks of weekend rain, Marina Terteryan, director of concerts for Student Productions And Campus Entertainment, hoped nothing would ruin the CSUN's Big Show 5. "Unless there's pouring water and the earth opens up, the show goes on," Terteryan said Saturday. Rain...

CSUN looks to continue run of good play against LMU

Finally starting to play better as of late, the CSUN baseball team will now prepare to face the Loyola Marymount Lions at 3p.m. today at Matador Field. So far in May, CSUN has been able to snap its 14-game Big West Conference losing...