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Now Hear This, Jan. 20: Gym Class Heroes

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January 27, 2009

Welcome to Now Hear This, a new weekly column designed to present CSUNers' eclectic musical tastes to the world (or, at least, to Northridge)! Think there's too much Katie Perry, Fall Out Boy and Rhianna on the airwaves? Corporate radio certainly won't give anyone their required daily-dose of new mu...

Now Hear This, Jan. 20: Stiff Little Fingers

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January 27, 2009

Welcome to Now Hear This, a new weekly column designed to present CSUNers' eclectic musical tastes to the world (or, at least, to Northridge)! Think there's too much Katie Perry, Fall Out Boy and Rhianna on the airwaves? Corporate radio certainly won't give anyone their required daily-dose of new mu...

Now Hear This, Jan. 20: Lifehouse

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January 26, 2009

Welcome to Now Hear This, a new weekly column designed to present CSUNers' eclectic musical tastes to the world (or, at least, to Northridge)! Think there's too much Katie Perry, Fall Out Boy and Rhianna on the airwaves? Corporate radio certainly won't give anyone their required daily-dose of new mu...

Staff Editorial, Week 2: President?s call to action resonates here at CSUN

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January 23, 2009

As millions gathered in Washington, D.C., and in their living rooms last Tuesday to watch President Barack Obama sworn in as the nation's 44th president, the promise of a new era was curtailed by the realities we face as a nation. Proclaiming the challenges, economic, social and political, confronti...

Letter to the Editor: Jan. 21 2009

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January 21, 2009

I have been a graduating senior at CSUN for the past three semesters. My major is biology and unfortunately, throughout my enrollment at CSUN, I have repeatedly come across a major loophole in registering for classes through the Solar system. I have come to notice, that if a transferring student from an...

2009 Presidential Inauguration

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January 19, 2009

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Staff Editorital, Week 1: New Year, new challenges

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January 18, 2009

As the new semester and year begin, the Daily Sundial also resumes its duties. In honor of this new beginning, our staff has resolved to provide our readers with more significant and in-depth information on the CSUN community, California State University system, California and the Nation. We enter 200...

Preview of a Matador-less college football season

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January 12, 2009

November of 2001 was devastating for many then-CSUN students and Matador school spirit '- if there was any. Citing money problems that would endanger the continuance of other university sports programs, then-'rookie' President Jolenne Koester decided to kill Northridge football. Almost seven years lat...

Matadors get one at home

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January 12, 2009

Following one of the few turnovers CSUN had Tuesday night, starting forward Willie Galick fell to the floor grimacing in pain and placed his hand near his ankle as an injury timeout was called. He hopped on one foot to the bench, possibly dropping Head Coach Bobby Braswell's blood pressure a few dots. A few ...

Director of CSUN’s San Fernando Valley Economic Research Center to retire

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December 11, 2008

Daniel Blake, director of the San Fernando Valley Economic Research Center (SFVERC) at CSUN, is retiring next month after 30 years at the university. Economics professor Bill Roberts will take his place, and Blake will assist in Robert's transition until the end of the school year, according to a stat...

Finals week study guide

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December 8, 2008

Need a place on campus to relax or study for finals?' Here are some suggestions: 'bull; Oviatt Library. The popular location has many meeting rooms, tables and areas for group or individual study session 'bull; University Student Union (USU) located on the east side of campus off E. University Drive 'b...

Sundial staff, friends remember A’E editor

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December 2, 2008

I met Dylan on his first day of working as a reporter at the Daily Sundial. I was the Arts and Entertainment Editor for Spring 2008, and I was surprised at how few people wanted to write about the best part of life - art and music! Dylan came to me with this unbridled enthusiasm, this light in his ey...

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