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CSU declares ?system-wide impaction?

Cynthia Gomez

November 24, 2008

CSUN is expected to turn away more than 1,000 students enrolling for fall 2009, CSU Chancellor Charles B. Reed said Friday. Reed held a conference call on Friday to discuss the issue and what it means to the CSU system. After the CSU declared a 'system-wide impaction' for its first time in history on Th...

CSU declares ‘systemwide impaction’

Cynthia Gomez

November 20, 2008

California State University has declared for the first time in its history a 'systemwide impaction' for the CSU system as it faces a $66.3 million mid-year budget cut. The CSU expects to turn away 10,000 eligible students enrolling in fall 2009.' CSU Chancellor Charles B. Reed released a statement to...

CFA, students protest state budget cuts

Cynthia Gomez

November 20, 2008

The California Faculty Association, students and other members of the public gathered Tuesday and Wednesday at the California State University Board of Trustees meeting in Long Beach to protest against Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's proposed $66 million mid-year budget cut to the CSU system. 'Cuts have cons...

CSU to cut enrollment by 10,000 next year

Cynthia Gomez

November 19, 2008

The California State University system has proposed to turn away 10,000 students and expects a 10 percent student fee increase for the 2009-2010 academic year because of the state budget crisis in California. This comes after CSU applications for fall 2009 are up about 20 percent from last year.' '...

Students rally in Sacramento against CSU budget cuts

Cynthia Gomez

May 9, 2008

SACRAMENTO- About 50 CSUN students marched on the streets of Sacramento on Monday to join the estimated 1,500 students and other members of the public onto the north steps of the state's Capitol in order to get their message across to Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger: No budget cuts to higher education. "C...

A.S. election finishes in a tie

Cynthia Gomez

May 9, 2008

After the 232 votes that were lost in the Associated Students elections due to technical difficulties in the online voting, the elections continue to shock students and A.S. officials because of the 811-811 tie between the Educate, Empower, Enhance (E3) slate and the Students First slate. "You're not going...

Run-off election names Segura as A.S. president

Cynthia Gomez

May 6, 2008

After a controversial Associated Student election and a long process of figuring out who are the next candidates to fill the seats of A.S. president and vice president for the 2008-09 year, Miguel Segura (President) and Nicole Umali (Vice President) of the Educate, Empower, Enhance (E3) slate have wo...

Students on bookstore lawn protest against budget cuts

Cynthia Gomez

May 2, 2008

As Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger is getting ready to release a revised proposal for the 2008-09 California state budget this month, students are speaking out against his $1 billion dollar budget cut proposal to higher education. Students lined up on the book store lawn on Thursday to fill out and sign ...

Students protest $1 billion education cuts

Cynthia Gomez

April 24, 2008

Editor's note: An earlier version of this story appeared in yesterday's paper. This is an expanded version. SACRAMENTO- "What do we want? No budget cuts! When do we want it? Now!" students chanted as they marched onto the streets of West Sacramento on their way to the Capitol. "Today is the day for (student...

Students rally in Sacramento against budget cuts

Cynthia Gomez

April 23, 2008

SACRAMENTO- About 50 CSUN students marched on the streets of Sacramento on Monday to join the estimated 1,500 students and other members of the public onto the north steps of the state's Capitol in order to get their message across to Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger: No budget cuts to higher education. "C...

Controversial run-off elections to take place today, tomorrow

Cynthia Gomez

April 22, 2008

The Associated Students elections committee approved on Thursday not to count the 232 online votes that were lost in the A.S. elections on April 8 due to technical errors. "From my understanding from the senate meeting is that you guys do not believe that these votes are 100 percent accurate, is that c...

A.S. Elections Committee to deliberate vote recount

Cynthia Gomez

April 14, 2008

The Associated Students elections committee will have a hearing on Thursday to decide whether or not to count the 232 online votes that were lost in the A.S. elections last Tuesday because of technical difficulties. Mazen Hafez, elections director for A.S., said the elections committee would probably ...

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