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The dynamics of day one

The first day of the new semester will be the most judgmental day you live through. Here’s why

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Students Don’t Need Craigslist

Stop using Craigslist

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The freedom to be decent

The freedom to be decent

Freedom of speech shouldn’t excuse hateful stereotypes

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State of the Union offers promising changes

State of the Union offers promising changes

What will Obama accomplish with the new goals he set forth during his State of the Union Address?

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No Spring Rush – Will This Stop Hazing?

CSUN’s choice to pull pledging activities out of all Greek life throughout spring may be a great way to place temporary fear on the 54 fraternities and sororities. But this will never really stop hazing from happening. Hazing is set across a wide spectrum, from harmless actions, to others that can kill you and for […]

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Winter Time Blues

Winter relationships suck. Here’s why:

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Racism wins when justice fails

Racism wins when justice fails

Do you really expect us to believe that this is a post-racial society that we are living in? How is that possible, when there are factual, innocent deaths of African American citizens happening all around us? With social media at our fingertips 24 hours a day, seven days a week, the truth is no longer hidden […]

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Yes means Yes needs to do so much more

Yes means Yes needs to do so much more

In September, Governor Jerry Brown signed a bill that made California the first state to adopt a “Yes Means Yes” policy. Simply stated, the former “lack of the word ‘no’” doesn’t imply consent. Under this new law, any campus in the state must abide by certain policies and provide their strategies for dealing with rape […]

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A schism in the art of protesting

A schism in the art of protesting

Last month, no one could have imagined the frustration and turmoil that would rupture from the nation south of ours, when the mass grave with 43 bodies was unearthed. Neglect of focus from both the U.S. and Mexico has further angered people on both sides of the border. The people of Mexico have, in the […]

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Defending policy, tradition and faith

Defending policy, tradition and faith

When it comes to dictating how clubs and organizations should be led on CSU campuses, government agencies felt it was best to put an end to the InterVarsity Christian Club across all CSU campuses. In August the chancellor of the California State University, Dr. Timothy White, banned the CSUN chapter of the InterVarsity Christian Club, […]

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Ferguson’s grand jury denies justice to Michael Brown

Ferguson’s grand jury denies justice to Michael Brown

The St. Louis County grand jury in Ferguson, Missouri decided not to indict police Officer Darren Wilson in the fatal shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown. Brown did not deserve to die. Wilson did, however, deserve an involuntary manslaughter, voluntary manslaughter, or second-degree murder charge following the grand jury evaluation of the case. Across the nation, […]

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Student voices: reaction to Ferguson decision

Student voices: reaction to Ferguson decision

“I support it (the court’s decision).” “I have a friend who’s an officer, and another friend who was in a similar situation where somebody held a gun to his partner’s head and [the cop] tased the guy but it wasn’t working. The guy was schizophrenic and I think he was on drugs. [The taser] wasn’t […]

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