Impromptu debate on abortion is sparked on campus

A Christian group not associated with CSUN, called Survivors of the Abortion Holocaust, held a rally in front of Oviatt Library Wednesday, sparking a debate. The organization displayed cardboard posters with pictures of aborted fetuses. CSUN administrators were not aware of the group's plan...

Starbucks offering liqueur product

A new Starbucks product can now be purchased in restaurants, liquor stores and bars. Through working with Jim Beam Brand Company, Starbucks released Starbucks Coffee Liqueur last month at most retail outlets licensed to sell alcohol. Starbucks coffee shops will not sell the...

New cheating techniques go high tech

The days of creating cheat sheets, writing answers on the palm of the hand and whispering answers to a friend during a test have given way to a much more advanced form of cheating. High-tech cheating is a topic of concern...

Building locks to be replaced

The Physical Plant Management Department at CSUN is taking steps to tighten campus security for buildings and keep locked buildings limited to authorized personnel only. PPM is looking to implement new locking devices, which would require both a keycard and password to unlock,...

Mirror displays reflect body image disorders

As part of National Eating Disorders Awareness Week, from Feb. 27 to March 4, the Joint Advocates on Disordered Eating (JADE) put up a series of mirror displays along the pathway in the Sierra Quad as a way to reach out and educate people...

U.S. pressures Egypt’s move toward democracy

There is a historic opportunity presenting itself in Egypt. Under pressure from the United States, Egypt is now considering changing its restrictive election laws to allow for more competition from independent political parties. If the United States can continue its campaign for democracy in...

Women artistically portray injustices they encountered

Five Middle Eastern women, three from Iran, one from Israel and one from Lebanon, came together for a common cause. Although in their homelands they would be considered enemies, they've come together to say, "no more." During the course of about a year, they...

Fear and loathing in redefined field of journalism

Journalists suck. We journalism majors are painfully aware of this fact, mostly because it has been drilled into our brains by the crusty old newspeople who are our professors. They remember a time before Rush Limbaugh and Michael Moore were the most trusted names...

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‘Dear Abby’ ain’t got nothin’ on good ol’ Gramps

All right you pampered little mongrels. It's Gramps here again, ready to listen to your little complaints about why your life is such a total disgrace, even though nobody really cares but you. I got news for you inexperienced twits; life's a nag and...