DC Society: A message from the past

Illustration shows a protest with the words "D.C Society" written at the bottom
DC takes a look back at the 2000 presidential election, Al Gore's message for young Americans and the importance of going to the polls this election year.

Letter to the editor: Apr. 12, 2010

Dear editor, In these tumultuous times college students are pessimistic about the future and why shouldn’t they be? In the case of California the state...

One Asian’s thank-you note to UCLA student’s library rant

By Hansook Oh Do you ever have trouble reaching epiphanies in the library because every fifteen minutes, an Asian suddenly screams out “Ching-chong, ling-long, ting-tong”...

The Common Issue: wedding expense turned life lesson

I know, I’m back, but I promise this is it for a while. I’ve just been sitting on the bare floor of my aunt’s...

A Call to Action

Dear CSUN Community, It’s that time of year again…Summer is winding down, Autumn is just around the corner, and our campus has burst with life...

Letter to the Editor

In lieu of the second installment of our special investigative report on campus food safety, the Sundial is publishing this response to the first...

Could your mailman soon be obsolete?

The U.S. Postal Service announced Wednesday more than $2.5 billion in losses for the first three months of this year. The financial woes...

Associated Students has an election problem

The Associated Students elections need to make some massive changes.

ICYMI: ISIS and the issue of free speech

Given the now periodic headlines that instill disgust and anger, ignoring the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) is not an option. The recent...

DC Society: It’s all about the superdelegates

Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton shake hands
This week, democrats talked about superdelegates. What are superdelegates and why should primary voters care?

The military needs some love

The U.S. military has faced some tough tasks and recently dealt with a very new version of tragedy and violence. The horrific shootings...

The opposition to recognition

Arby Eivazian Contributing columnist Armenians are the loudest advocates for recognition of the genocide of WWI. The United States, which has a significant Armenian...
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