Sobreviviente de la discriminacion racial

Sobreviviente de la discriminacion racial ? ?

Hahn y Villaraigosa entran al segundo round

Hahn y Villaraigosa entran al segundo round

Preseason All-American living up to the hype

The old adage "hitting a baseball is the toughest thing to do in sports," has been a much-used phrase by many in the sports world, who see the challenges hitters have to deal with every time they step up to the plate. Whether...

CSU overcrowding fix found in new campuses

Recent population projections indicate that California will continue to grow by about half a million people a year for the next 30 years. As that growth continues, there will also be an increased number of university students. Given that a large number of...

Lack of moderate views hurt students, politics

By now, you've probably heard most of these famous buzzwords of the 21st century, such as like red state, blue state, globalization, liberal, and flip-flop, as well as euphemisms such as "compassionate conservative" or "progressive." These terms are examples of the era we live...

Who owns the post-colonial pope?

At the age of nine, I met a Catholic Priest from Poland in a village named Ntwadi-Ilunga in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. I had no idea that one day, I would use the few words he taught me in Polish to greet...

Planning committee formed for Valley PAC

A newly formed Valley Performing Arts Center Executive Committee has been appointed to oversee the creation of a proposed 1,600-seat performance center at CSUN that will provide San Fernando Valley residents an opportunity to locally attend Broadway musicals, plays and symphonies. The committee is...

New report reveals more women attending college

Women are enrolling and graduating at a higher rate than men at CSUN and other universities throughout California, according to a report released by the National Center for Education Statistics. The report, "Trends in Educational Equity of Girls and Women 2004," found that CSUN...

Faculty reception displays

The Chicano/a Studies Department organized a reception Wednesday featuring the publications and artistic productions of various faculty members. "This event (allowed for the) interaction of colleagues and students, while recognizing the accomplishments of our faculty," said Mary Pardo, Chicano/a Studies Department chair. "The dean...

Big Show 5 to feature high-profile headliners, facing criticism

Two high-profile bands, Jimmy Eat World and Taking Back Sunday, will headline Big Show 5, an annual free concert for students, presented by Associated Students and A.S. Student Production and Campus Entertainment. The large-scale event, which has faced criticism for its high costs...