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Board of trustees express disappointment with Gov. Brown’s budget at first 2013 meeting

Board of trustees express disappointment with Gov. Brown's budget at first 2013 meeting
Andrew Lopez January 22, 2013

This article has been updated with additional information. In the first California State University board of trustees meeting of 2013 held Tuesday, trustees expressed mixed feelings over...

Board of trustees discuss long-term funding plan for CSU system

Andrew Lopez January 24, 2012

A sparsely attended board of trustees meeting Tuesday in Long Beach addressed potential problems the CSU is facing with Gov. Jerry Brown’s recent budget proposal. The long-term funding plan for the...

More uncertainty in presidential search

Andrew Lopez December 12, 2011

The possibility of campus visits for CSUN presidential candidates has been moved from January to the beginning of the week of March 12 because the search for a new president has been extended 90 days. “None...

Restructuring for Student Production and Campus Entertainment presented at A.S. meeting

Andrew Lopez December 7, 2011

A restructuring plan initiated by the Associated Student government for Student Production and Campus Entertainment (S.P.A.C.E.) is stirring controversy amongst the two groups. According to A.S. Vice...

Daily Question: Where would you like to spend your holidays?

Andrew Lopez December 5, 2011

A lot of people travel for the holidays, either to visit family or just break away from their routine for a few days.  Students can also take this time to recuperate from finals before they go back to...

Question of the Day: What class has most positively affected your life?

Andrew Lopez November 29, 2011

We take a lot of classes at the University that we have to take, either for our major or for the General Education requirement. Students might wonder why an engineering major has to take a class in U.S....

First annual conference explores hip-hop’s academic value

Thurz performing at the Hip Hop Conference. Photo Credit: Andres Aguila / Daily Sundial
Andrew Lopez November 20, 2011

This weekend’s first annual academic hip-hop conference, “LA Hip-Hop: Beyond Gangster Rap” attempted to bridge the gap between the negative portrayals of the music genre and its beginnings as...

CSU board of trustees vote for tuition increase at meeting turned violent

CSU board of trustees vote for tuition increase at meeting turned violent
Andrew Lopez November 17, 2011

CSU board of trustees voted to increase Fall 2012 tuition 9 percent while protesters turned violent outside after being removed from the Chancellor’s Office Wednesday. Trustees voted 9 to 6 to...

Resolution opposing unit cap discussed at AS meeting

Andrew Lopez November 15, 2011

Associated Students senate members did not come to a complete agreement during their first reading of President Amanda Flavin’s proposed resolution opposing the 15-unit cap on spring registration announced...

Wale gets back to basics on second full-length album

Courtesy of Warner Bros. Records
Andrew Lopez November 9, 2011

Shortly after leaving Interscope Records for not seeing eye-to-eye with his productionteam over the sound of his first album, rapper Wale has found a home with Rick Ross, founder of Maybach Music Group....

Joe Frazier’s legacy as important in sports as Muhammad Ali’s

In this 1971 file photo, Joe Frazier heads for a neutral corner, as a dazed Muhammad Ali struggles to stand during their heavyweight championship in New York City. Frazier, the former heavyweight champion, has died. He was 67. (Elwood P. Smith/Philadelphia Daily News/MCT)
Andrew Lopez November 8, 2011

Boxing great Joe Frazier died Monday night of liver cancer at age 67. It’s likely the general public will remember him best as the fighter on the losing end in two of three fights against Muhammad...

CFA officially announce one-day strike to be held next week

Under the Higher Education Compact Agreement promised by former Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, state funding would have increased by nearly $1 billion over four years. Instead, the promise wasn't kept and funding began to be cut from the CSU. Courtesy of calstate.edu
Andrew Lopez November 8, 2011

CSU faculty voted Monday in favor of a one-day strike on Nov. 17 at East Bay and Dominguez Hills campuses. There has never been a labor strike since collective bargaining began in 1983, according to...

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