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CSSA begins search for new student trustee

Miles Nevin, executive director of the California State Student Association (CSSA), made a presentation at this week’s Associated Students (A.S.) Senate meeting. One of his...

Elections code revisions expected

Associated Students (A.S.) Elections Director Dan Monteleone announced that spring elections would take place April 20 and 21 during yesterday’s A.S. Senate meeting. After the...

CSUN student dies in motorcycle accident

CSUN student Aandrea Reblynn, a psychology major who landed a main role in the presently running theatre production “Six Characters in Search of an...

Conquer the land

It was just one of those Friday nights. With little else to do, CTVA majors Christian Mikkelson and Miles Dahl decided to ride their bikes...

Staff Editorial: Me comes before mobile

The advent of wireless Internet connection has been both a blessing and a curse. On one hand, it’s allowed people the ability to work...

CSUN grad student, Esha Momeni, shares the story of her imprisonment...

She’s home. Esha Momeni, a CSUN mass communications graduate student who was imprisoned and later under a travel ban in Iran, returned to the United...

Redefining the 1st Amendment

The CSUN student chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) will hold its 18th annual Kenneth S. Devol First Amendment Forum May 5 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the University Student Union's Balboa Room.

Proposition 1A raises concerns

As California residents prepare to vote in the May 19 statewide special election, one proposition among a cluster involving the budget has created concern among faculty and students within the California State University (CSU) system.

Three More Months

It was a little more than 30 hours before his flight.

'I've had fun,' said CSUN kinesiology major Brenden Nakamine with a laugh that hinted to mischief in his activities. 'For the most part it's kind of been like a two-and a- half week spring break for me.'

The impending flight wasn't taking him to another in the list of spring-breaklike excursions he'd taken in the past two weeks, rather it was taking him back to a place few choose to go; Afghanistan.

Accusations fly after first round of elections

The Associated Students Elections Committee approved bans on e-mail distribution via university resources and the Students for Change slate's campaign stickers Monday during a formal complaint meeting.

New campus housing fosters freshman interaction

Construction on the $30.1 million new student housing complex, created to promote social engagement among its residents, will be completed by May 2009.

The military should embrace honesty

The more I say the phrase 'don't ask, don't tell' the more childish in nature it becomes. It's like the bargaining that children make on a playground during recess. 'I'll let you play kickball if you don't tell the teacher I ate your cookie.'