The Sundial

Letter to the Editor: March 2, 2009

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March 1, 2009

'Fashion dream girl has a brain' by Sandra Parada / Staff Reporter While reading CSUN's Daily Sundial, I came across an article written by Sandra Parada, entitled 'Fashion dream girl has a brain' published on January 28, 2009. The title itself took me off guard right away. It seemed to me such a ti...

Letter to the Editor: Feb. 25 2009

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February 25, 2009

This is an open letter to the students, faculty and employees at CSUN. ' A CSUN student who just happens to be the starting point guard for the men's basketball team, Josh Jenkins, was part of a tragic automobile accident last week, where the driver was killed and Josh himself barely survived, but ...

Melt Banana

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February 23, 2009

'It's noise punk.' It's crazy.' Their singer is a high pitch Japanese lady who yelps.' They have prominent bass distortion' Greg Schilton, Freshman, Undecided

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February 22, 2009

'CSUN students deserve a better tram system' BY Ashley Gordon / Staff Reporter LAURA February 18, 2009 This is just not something we need. First of all, it's faster to walk from the dorms to campus, which takes 10-20 minutes, depending on speed and distance, instead of waiting for the tram, which tak...

Staff Editorial, Week 6: Is the CSU working for California?

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February 22, 2009

The California State University (CSU) Web site states its mission is to 'provide high-quality, affordable education to meet the ever-changing needs of the people of California' and that 'the CSU is the university system that is working for California.' Yet, how is this system'mdash;with 23 campuses,...

Life without Jenkins

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February 18, 2009

When UC Irvine came into the Matadome on Jan. 24, CSUN was going thru mini-chaos. The news of its leading scorer, Deon Tresvant, not being able to play was still fresh. The Matadors had managed to win two games without him only to drop the next two while making Head Coach Bobby Braswell sick to his st...

Referendum may shorten A.S. senators’ terms

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February 18, 2009

Associate Students (A.S.) voted yesterday to adding a referendum to the upcoming spring elections ballot in March. If passed, the referendum would allow an appointed senator to serve for the semester they were appointed in and not for one consecutive year. The referendum would be added to Article VI in the...

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February 13, 2009

'Support for Israel must stop' by David Klein / Professor of Mathematics, CSUN enlightened citizen February 11, 2009 Professor Klein, I am very pleased with the fact you wrote this article and made people aware of what is actually happening. I find it ridiculous that the media is portraying a wrong ...

Staff Editorial, Week 5: Shock and awe of the mind

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February 13, 2009

Shock and awe. It's a military term that refers to the strategy of using overwhelming force to rapidly dominate an enemy. It should also refer to the strategy of trying to obtain and hold someone's attention for a few minutes. In an interview with Wired magazine, Maggie Jackson, author of 'Distracted: ...

Letter to the Editor: Feb. 11 2009

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February 10, 2009

I'm not sure if I was more surprised, or dismayed, by the call by Professor David Klein for an end to the support of Israel by the government of the United States, the American people and, the CSUN community. In his piece Dr. Klein, a professor of mathematics at CSUN, was vitriolic in his condemnation of the mo...

Staff Editorial, Week 4: Good reporting is vital no matter what

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February 6, 2009

Stories about layoffs at major newspapers are becoming more frequent as the economy continues its downward spiral. Technology is advancing in such a way that printing anything on paper will not only be inconvenient, but inefficient. Journalists from all mediums must find ways to keep their respectiv...

Let?s get opinionated about the issues

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February 4, 2009

Palestinian American January 30, 2009 First, many senior Israeli political and military leaders strongly opposed the June 19 cease-fire with Hamas, and looked for opportunities to re-establish Israel's fabled 'deterrent capability' of instilling fear into its enemies. These leaders felt Israel's deterrent...

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