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Graduation with no greencard, what happens next?

Carol Morales May 26, 2006

Ana is a graduating student with no future. Ana, psychology major, isn't thinking about getting a job in her field of study. She isn't even thinking about life after college. "I don't really like to...

14 hour days with no overtime pay

Carol Morales May 18, 2006

For more than 10 years, Telma Gutierrez said she slept on the floor of a small closet along ironing boards, clothes and hangers while working as a live-in housekeeper. Gutierrez said she worked for more...

Gay couples wonder if ‘I do’ will ever be legal

Carol Morales April 6, 2006

In the five years they have known each other, 18-year-old Sarah McIlvaine and Autumn Benson dated, committed to a long-term relationship and began to talk about living together, but now wonder if they...

Indoor ban hurts club fundraising

Carol Morales March 28, 2006

Some clubs and organizations have found difficulty fundraising on campus due to campus policies that require sales to be outside. With many club-sponsored events costing tens of thousands of dollars, bake...

Women’s center more than a safe haven; a home

Carol Morales March 20, 2006

As an individual crosses the gate into the CSUN Women's Resource and Research Center, a person probably could not help, but feel safe and at home. "What we have is because someone stood up before us....

Religious studies teacher practices what he teaches

Carol Morales March 15, 2006

Bob Goss, CSUN professor of religious studies, began his sermon on a recent Sunday at the Metropolitan Community Church in the Valley in North Hollywood by blessing those who couldn't make it to church...

Students protest apparel made in sweatshops

Carol Morales March 7, 2006

Are your T-shirts, sweaters and caps sold in most university stores produced by sweatshop laborers? According to sweatshop laborer Fredy de los Santos "they sure are." Santos is an employee at a maquiladora...

The chemistry and endeavors of love

Carol Morales February 14, 2006

Is love a purely a chemical reaction? Liberal Studies Major Monika Hernandez doesn't seem to think so. Love is based on a chemical reaction that makes us feel "warm, cuddly and attached to others," said...

USU spring vendor fair a way of life

Carol Morales February 8, 2006

Daily Sundial V?ctor and Ana Chupina began to produce handmade products 16 years ago when V?ctor decided to start his own business. After working for 20 years as a maintenance mechanic, V?ctor decided...

Less students transferring to CSUN

Carol Morales February 3, 2006

Daily Sundial Twenty-eight-year-old Sela Sanberg is one of thousands of students who transfer to CSUN from community colleges each year. After completing two years at a community college, Sanberg, a psychology...

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