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Online program helps students find majors, careers

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September 1, 2010

The Career Center introduced a new interactive career and academic program called Pathways yesterday at their sixth annual open house in University Hall. Ann Morey, director of the Pathways program, said students should choose a major they can enjoy and be competent in so they can graduate as soon...

Los Angeles should ban rave parties on city-owned property

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September 1, 2010

Arguing for the government: Stephanie Smith I would like to introduce you to a young woman by the name of Sasha Rodriguez.  Sasha’s family lives in the city of Atwater, California, which has a population of 14,000. Today, however, there is one less person to be accounted for in this city. Sasha...

Catholic gays have faith tested by church

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August 31, 2010

Xavier Scott Contributing Reporter - In the 21st century, one would think petty quirks such as racism and homophobia would only extract minor controversies among the dregs of our society. Sadly, even today, it seems they have sustained their ground. A Colorado Catholic school, Sacred Heart of Jesus...

Students attend A.S. Fair despite heat

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August 24, 2010

Despite the scorching heat, Associated Students (A.S.) hosted their annual A.S. Fair Tuesday morning at the bookstore lawn. With more than eight tents scattered throughout the area, dozens of A.S. body representatives and volunteers worked together to attract hundreds of students to partake in a number of free giveaways, contests and games to help spread word...

Using fashion to help others living in poverty

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August 24, 2010

Unlike most students in their second year of college, Michelle Hy has plans that go beyond using her education as a tool to help herself and her family. Hoping to combine her major in graphic design and minor in marketing to create a clothing line, her ultimate goal is to bring attention to th...

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Oviatt Library

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June 8, 2010

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Video game review: “The Hero” battles creatures in ancient Greece

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May 6, 2010

Kelly Moreno, contributing reporter   Nintendo has released a new game entitled “The Glory of Hercules.” Fans of the “Pokemon” series will find this new game has a similar style. This new Role-Playing Game (RPG) includes many battle scenes, voyages, and quests.  “The Glory of Hercules” is available for both the...

Holocaust Denial is a Crime, Genocide Denial is Kosher

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May 5, 2010

Alex Papadapulos Contributing columnist Every year the Armenians scattered across the earth commemorate the event that lead to their being scattered across the earth, the Armenian Genocide. What resistance this term still provokes comes from two sources, logically from two sources that will be damaged...

The opposition to recognition

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May 4, 2010

Arby Eivazian Contributing columnist Armenians are the loudest advocates for recognition of the genocide of WWI. The United States, which has a significant Armenian population, has through the foreign relations committee in congress adopted recognition of the historical fact but the bill has...

Letter to the editor: May 4, 2010

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May 4, 2010

Dear editor, Contrary to the ancient superstitions of the Catholic church, it is not the special mediator of God on this earth; the Pope is not infallible and no closer to divinity than the horde of prostitutes who congregate within Vatican city on Sundays. The Church is a man-made institution...

CSUN’s PUB Sports Grill goes meatless on Monday

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May 2, 2010

Collaboration between Associated Students’ Environmental Affairs Committee and the University Corporation will yield CSUN’s first ever Meatless Monday, an all-day event taking place today in the PUB Sports Grill. The event will offer students healthier food options and information about the biological and environmental effects of m...

Letter to the editor: April 26, 2010

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April 26, 2010

Hey Harrison, First off, thank you for writing this op ed. I love the fact that our country has freedom of speech, so whether or not I agree with you is not the issue. You said what you felt, and that’s a difficult thing to do. What's even more difficult is handling the criticism and hateful remarks...

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