The Sundial

Part 2: Volunteering time and knowledge can help you

ADAM HECHT

April 13, 2009

Immediately after my summer graduate internship at the World Health Organization (WHO), I had the desire to join the Peace Corps. After studying and learning first hand how international organizations tackle global health issues, I was inspired to make a difference. In the fall of 2007, I didn't waste...

Campus safety should improve

ADAM HECHT

October 17, 2007

CSUN prides itself on academic excellence, diversity and the ability to provide a forum for intellectual debate. However, how can we have any of those great things without feeling safe on campus? As the semesters pass by like a runaway freight train, we continue to hear stories of rape, theft and cr...

Hamas may have to change tactics with victory

ADAM HECHT

February 24, 2006

One of the key themes of the Bush's foreign policy is the promotion of freedom and democracy across the globe. This idea was reiterated to the American public during his State of the Union speech. To the lay American public, democracy means the freedom to choose and the freedom to vote for whoever yo...

Media focuses too heavily on negative stories

ADAM HECHT

January 30, 2006

Special to the Daily Sundial As the New Year is here, it gives us a chance to look back and reflect on events that shaped our lives in 2005. This past year brought many sad and horrific events to our newspapers, television sets and hearts. Unfortunately these sad events were the only thing the media...

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