Jackson case distracts from real news

Michael Jackson, Michael Jackson, Michael Jackson. Is there nothing else going on in the world except for Michael Jackson's child molestation case? Forget about the Los Angeles mayoral race. Forget about California's budget crisis. None of that news, which might actually affect our lives...

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Crime Log

The following information was provided by the Campus Police Department's Daily Summary Report: 04/04/05 -- Possession of Marijuana A CSUN police officer cited and released Tae Yong Chang for allegedly possessing marijuana while driving on Zelzah Avenue and Halsted Street. Chang...

Water polo enjoys very successful LMU Invitational

The CSUN women's water polo team won all four matches over the weekend in the Loyola Marymount University Invitational. With their weekend domination, the Matadors improved their record to 14-11. In the first match on Friday, CSUN defeated UC Santa Cruz 15-2, led by...

Men’s volleyball splits with fourth-ranked BYU

The Matador men's volleyball team (15-11, 8-10) swept the visiting fourth-ranked Brigham Young Cougars (16-9, 11-7), 30-19, 30-16, and 30-28 on Saturday night at Wells Fargo Court. The Matadors rebounded after losing to the Cougars the previous night on the same floor in four...

LaRouche members never give straight answers

You've seen them before. You've heard their dire warnings of impending economic doom. And you've heard their urgent messages regarding the fate of the world. Who is it that possesses this infinite wisdom of which I speak? The LaRouche Youth Movement, of course. Aside...

New U.S. ‘diplomat’ not too diplomatic

A few days after the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks, President George W. Bush provided for the world the United States' new stance on international relations. This new policy simply stated that a country was either an ally of the United States, or an...

College freshmen becoming politically aware, polarized

There has been a rise in freshman political orientations as being "far left" and "far right," according to a study by UCLA's Higher Education Research Institute. The study, entitled "The American Freshman," is a yearly report that is administered by the Institute to...

CSUN to meet FTE target, avoid lost funding

After missing the enrollment target of full-time equivalent students in Fall 2004 by about 1.58 percent, enrollment after the fourth week of the Spring 2005 semester showed CSUN met the target by about half a percent, said Harold Hellenbrand, CSUN provost. Although exact...

Engineering professors receive awards for contributions

Four CSUN engineering and computer science professors were recently recognized by the San Fernando Valley Engineers' Council for their contributions in engineering education. Professors John Motil, Ahmad Sarfaraz, Jeffrey Wiegley and Robert Ryan were recognized at the Engineers' Council's 50th Anniversary National Engineers Week...