The Sundial

Editorial: clearing the air for effect

Editorial: clearing the air for effect

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August 24, 2015

The implementation of the new tobacco ban on campus is a policy that is long overdue. To start, the Sundial editorial staff supports this new rule, but there is doubt for as to whether students will go along with it. Now as a school policy, students would presumably follow this ban. The level of promotion...

The impact of Tiger Woods

The impact of Tiger Woods

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April 9, 2015

For the first time since 1996, Tiger Woods has been ranked outside of the PGA Tour’s top 100 players. Out of nearly 250 full membership players, Woods is now ranked at 111. Watching Woods’s decline from the highest ranked player on the PGA Tour to a humbling position at 111 is, tenuously, like...

List of Associated Students candidates (continued)

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April 2, 2015

Brianna Wilcox: College of Health & Human Development Q&A How do you plan to tackle the issues we're having with hazing? I plan to work the Matador Involvement Center and use tactics that they would have as for next year. They have made most change their constitutions, to make sure that...

List of Associated Students candidates

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April 2, 2015

Jorge Reyes: President Hi Matadors, My name is Jorge Reyes and I am running to be your next Associated Students President. I am a senior studying journalism with an emphasis in broadcast news and a minor in Spanish language journalism and recreation management. I have been involved in Associated S...

CSUN’s crime blotter: Spring pre-gaming, while the trash burns

CSUN’s crime blotter: Spring pre-gaming, while the trash burns

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April 1, 2015

The thing the crime log can teach you about life is that although CSUN is an amazing institution that can lead extraordinary people to living better lives, they, like everyone else, are still just a bunch of scoundrels. Below are the reasons why no matter how done up and talked up someone's credentials...

No deal with Iran is better than a bad deal

No deal with Iran is better than a bad deal

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March 26, 2015

There has been much debate around the fact that the United States has decided to work with Iran. This new interim deal was signed by six powers in November 2013. There are some who say the deal isn’t going to last, and I agree because everyone wants power, and allies are going to form. The interim deal made...

Finding the perfect brew for your food

Finding the perfect brew for your food

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February 17, 2015

Most things in life are about balance; trying to find someone or something that compliments our attributes. The same could be said about beer. When you're drinking a beer while eating, you want it to pair well with whatever you happen to be eating. Light Food If you pair a beer and meal that do...

Letter From…

Letter From…

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February 4, 2015

The roads are more safe with undocumented Immigrants having driver's licenses. I have heard several people argue against this particular topic, which left me flabbergasted by the ignorance of road safety. I mean, please, we live in Los Angeles- venturing on to the roads is a game of Russian roulette...

Price Changes in F10 Parking Lot

Price Changes in F10 Parking Lot

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January 28, 2015

Parking permits for the lot F10 parking lot have been reduced up to 50 percent off, which means they are being sold for $90 a semester or $180 for the whole year. Students discuss how they feel about this new change, and Parking Manager Larry Isrow addresses why they decided to make this decision.

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