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Protestors and music filled the corner of Westwood and Pico Sunday in a celebration of International Woman's Day in the city of Westwood. The...

CSUN men's basketball Head Coach Bobby Braswell was named the Big West Conference's Coach of the Year for the second consecutive season on Monday. Also, forward Tremaine Townsend, who '- among active players '- leads the Matadors in scoring at 11.1 points per game, was selected to the All-Big West First Team.

Daily Sundial staff interviewed candidates running for Business and Economics Senator. Here are the questions that they were asked.

Psychology is the number one major at CSUN and it comes as quite a surprise to some.

CSUN will be switching gears this coming Fall, leaving behind three-days-a-week classes and cutting down on the time students spend on campus. Supporters believe 50-minute classes are too short to allow for in-depth teaching and learning.

Engineering and computer science contenders Aditya Singh and Stephen Li split hairs cordially over recycling, school spirit and budget issues.

The article in the Daily Sundial on Feb. 26 about KCSN was very well written and I would like to add my opinion to it.' It is sad to know that the majority of CSUN students have no idea about our radio station and that those who do feel like what is played does not reflect what the students want.

The women's basketball team got its much-needed win, 70-61 against Pacific, and made it back into the Big West Tournament. CSUN got some help from UC Santa Barbara, which defeated Long Beach State, eliminating it from the postseason and boosting the Matadors into it.

The men's basketball team lost to Pacific, 62-55, Saturday night, but won the Big West Conference championship outright thanks to UC Santa Barbara defeating the 49ers. The Matadors, who are assured of post-Big West Tournament play, were outrebounded 41-25 in the loss.

The No. 1 Matadors continued their home dominance this season with back-to-back 3-0 sweeps of No. 8 BYU on Thursday and Friday at the Matadome.

When she began teaching in the College of Engineering and Computer science at CSUN some 33 years ago, Dr. Bonita J. Campbell was the only female faculty member.

In a couple months many CSUN graduates will be struggling to survive because of the current state of our economy.' All across the country people are cutting back on their expenses and spending less on luxury items and leisure activities. Companies are downsizing their work force and individuals who once had stable jobs often find themselves being laid off from careers they had invested their lives in.