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Rally To Restore Sanity: Los Angeles

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October 9, 2010

Mark DiNatale Fans of “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart” or “The Colbert Report” might have already heard of the Rally to Restore Sanity, a rally that “invites people to bring their indoor voice and join a national call to reasonableness,” planned to take place Oct. 30 on the National...

CSUN dorms should offer coed roommate option

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October 6, 2010

Arguing for the government: Meshal Shubayli In most colleges, the option of living in a coed dormitory is not allowed. However, today more and more colleges and universities are accepting coed dorms, allowing students to live with the opposite sex. Dykstra Hall at the University of California, Los ...

Prof. Kenneth Ng speaks, defends controversial website

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October 5, 2010

Kenneth Ng associate professor BigBabyKenny.com was never a site about or promoting “sex tourism.” These sex tours, mainly organized for Chinese and Japanese men seeking commercial sex, were never mentioned, discussed, or promoted on BigBabyKenny.com. Instead, BigBabyKenny.com was about discus...

Financial downfall led to dramatic lifestyle change

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October 4, 2010

Trips from Paris to Brazil and suites at lavish hotels, along with international cuisine and Swedish models, make for a scene resembling an over-the-top pop video. Throw in some special effects and pyrotechnics and you’ve got a Kanye West performance. For 21-year-old Jesus Hernandez-Rangel, th...

Too soon to end ‘don’t ask, don’t tell’

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October 4, 2010

Congress was correct in upholding the “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy. Although gay rights activists are continuing the fight to get the policy repealed, it is important to take into consideration the inadvertent repercussions of the policy’s removal. It could endanger our homosexual troops a...

Re-discovering passion for hockey

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October 4, 2010

Kamron Javaherpour will be the first one to tell you that he is a computer geek. He has always been fascinated by electronics and how they work. This fall, 22-year-old Javaherpour began his first semester at CSUN. For Javaherpour, it wasn’t just as simple as going to school and working toward a fut...

Letters to the editor on religious sensitivity in media

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October 3, 2010

Dear Ms. Cruz: I am writing this letter to voice a concern regarding an article that was published in The Daily Sundial on September 27, 2010. As editor in chief of this publication, I feel the need to share my concern with you, as a statement included in the article affects many students attending...

Three surprise teams remain undefeated

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September 29, 2010

By Jonathan Andrade There are always those few teams that start the season off on the right foot and string together long winning streaks. Those teams this year are the Steelers, Chiefs and Bears. These last three teams just happen to be the last teams anyone had imagined in the position ...

Responses to legalize pot: vote yes on Proposition 19

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September 29, 2010

Vote no on Proposition 19 Legalizing marijuana is not a good idea because everything that Proposition 19 says about saving millions of dollars and allowing police to concentrate more on other crimes is not realistic. Legalizing marijuana could possibly have many bad effects on people. For example...

Let’s stop eating with our eyes and get healthy

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September 28, 2010

Gentlemen, are you cool with spending $2,646 annually to be obese? And ladies, how does $4,879 sound?  George Washington University (GWU) researchers conducted a recent study yielding the price victims of the obesity epidemic pay each year. As scales skyrocket, wallets wallow in emptiness. GWU found...

Finding identity after 15 years of searching

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September 27, 2010

Jacob Rostovsky, known as Jake, may look like an ordinary college student. However, his trials and tribulations distinguish him from most students at CSUN. Jake has undergone a change of gender – he was born a girl. Named “Julia” by his parents, Jake has lived with the insecurity of feel...

Hitler’s Jewish problem

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September 27, 2010

A recent article in Britain’s Daily Telegraph has published the results of DNA tests of Adolf Hitler’s nearly 40 living relatives in Europe and America revealing that the virulently anti-Semitic Nazi leader was of Jewish ancestry. The article itself draws no conclusions from this result...

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