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Financing education an enduring difficulty for some minorities

Daniel Villasenor thought he had saved enough money to pay for college. He thought wrong. In August, the 19-year-old showed up at...

CSUN sees slight decrease in international student enrollment

Carol McAllister, international evaluations supervisor at CSUN, has been on a continual, intensive search. She has walked the campuses of Pierce College and Santa...

Photographer presents ‘The Gender Frontier’

Photographer Mariette Path Allen showcased her latest book "The Gender Frontier" Feb. 15 at the University Club. Fabiola Cruz Daily Sundial Mariette Pathy Allen...

USU, parking structure on track

Setbacks on campus construction are only temporary, said Jason Wang, associate director for Operations and Services for the University Student Union. "I like...

Reasoning out brand name markups

Brand name products tend to have marked-up prices, even if the products are the same or similar in appearance to lower-priced versions. "What...

Debate over death penalty crime deterrence continues

Whether the death penalty is an effective deterrent to crime is a question that has many seeking to change it or get rid...

California faculty and students propose CSU budgetary goals

During a telephone conference Wednesday, California Faculty Association President John Travis and Communications Director Alice Sunshine addressed three goals they have for the CSU...

Car-trains could provide alternative means of transportation

A Thousand Oaks company has developed a system that will allow trains to operate as car ferries to alleviate freeway traffic. Frank Randak, president...

Some critics argue Megan’s Law is too broad

Ventura County Public Defender Liana Johnsson is making efforts to allow women to go topless in California parks and beaches, which has raised statewide...

Audiences confine themselves inside ‘Yaneura’

Playwright and director Yoji Sakate and his theater company Rinko-Gun combined dark humor while tackling a Japanese social issue in the film "Yaneura" meaning...

Fewer minority students accepted at UC campuses; numbers climbing for CSUs

The number of African American and Latino students accepted to the University of California system has been steadily declining since 1996, when California voters...

Workers’ compensation costs on the decline

The costs of workers' compensation in California is declining due to reforms that now require employees to receive treatment from doctors who are part...
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