Survey finds increase in online banking

Online banking has become the fastest growing online activity, according to a recent study, but some students still voice security concerns. According to a survey by the Pew Internet and American Life Project, the number of Americans who perform daily banking activities online has...

Villaraigosa receives top spot for mayoral runoff

City Councilmember Antonio Villaraigosa received 33 percent of the vote in Tuesday's Los Angeles mayoral election, giving him the top spot in the May 17 runoff election. The second runoff position went to Mayor James Hahn with 23 percent of the vote. Third-place candidate...

Churchill was offered campus position, sources say

University of Colorado professor Ward Churchill, who has aroused controversy over a statement he made in a recent essay, was "the top candidate" for professor and chair of CSUN's American Indian Studies Program in 1991, according to three CSUN sources involved in the hiring...

Basketball teams head to Big West Tournament

Both the men's and women's basketball teams are set to play today in the Big West Conference Tournament. Both teams finished the season fourth in the conference during the regular season therefore receiving first-round byes, yesterday in Anaheim. The women, entering their first ever...

Schwarzenegger should dismantle state legislature

Gov. Schwarzenegger has declared 2005 to be the "Year of Reform." The Governor has decided to bypass the state legislature altogether and take his reforms on redistricting, the state pension fund and teachers' pay, directly to the people....

LAPD should not focus just on ‘technical’ errors

The efforts that the Los Angeles Police Department has taken to appease the growing criticism they have faced in light of the shooting of a 13-year-old boy is a weak showing that only points to their growing disconnection with the community they serve. In...

Some CSUN teams do not meet requirements of new NCAA academic standards

CSUN's baseball and soccer team's do not meet the minimum standards set by a new program instated by the National Collegiate Athletics Association meant to calculate student athletes' academic progress. In order to meet the minimum requirement of the Academic Progress Rate, teams must...

Referendum proposes to increase health center fees

A referendum which would increase students' health fees by $20 was introduced by the Addie Klotz Student Health Center and approved Tuesday by Associated Students to be placed on the April 12-13 A.S. election ballot. The Student Health Center is expected to lose about...

Broadway-quality theater found in L.A. with ‘Evita’

Argentina's unforgettable Eva Peron may be best known in the United States from the 1996 movie "Evita," in which Madonna portrayed Peron. While the movie won many awards, including an Academy Award, it is incomparable to the live theater version of the musical. The...

Eisley successful with full-length album ‘Room Noises’

With the success of their first two EP's, "Marvelous Things" and "Laughing City," not to mention opening for rock bands like "Coldplay" and "Snow Patrol," the band Eisley, has released their first full-length album, "Room Noises." From start to finish, the album is a...