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20 fish die over 4th of July break

Doug Weaver August 14, 2007

Sabotage is suspected in the death of over half the fish that were stored at Physical Plant Management in preparation for their move from the former botanical garden habitat to a new pond. Tom Brown, executive...

Bikes abandoned around campus

Doug Weaver July 20, 2007

They're seen all over campus. They're usually chained up, caked with dirt, pathetic looking and abandoned. They're not orphans left to fend for themselves though, or members of a lost colony of starving...

American entitlement, or not so much?

Doug Weaver July 20, 2007

Americans' penchant for swallowing pills instead of pursuing maybe a more responsible and rigorous course of action in our race against disease bears little difference from our compulsion to pursue any...

Complex renovation updates the food court

Doug Weaver July 20, 2007

In the planning for nearly a year, some big changes at the Matador Bookstore Complex are nearing completion. Amy Berger, director of the Matador Bookstore for the past five years, is excited about the...

20 fish die over 4th of July break

Doug Weaver July 20, 2007

Sabotage is suspected in the death of over half the fish that were stored at Physical Plant Management in preparation for their move from the former botanical garden habitat to a new pond. Tom Brown, executive...

Riders to rebel against fee hikes

Doug Weaver July 6, 2007

The MTA's recent fare increases have caused riders to grumble and authorities to brace for an increase in the number of people trying to ride for free. Effective July 1, the cost of a day pass rose from...

CSUN declines newest copyright license offer

Doug Weaver July 6, 2007

CSUN won't be availing itself of the Copyright Clearance Center's recently announced plan that would allow colleges to streamline their practice of providing course reserves to students, at least not yet....

If time is money, am I a thief?

Doug Weaver June 29, 2007

As a member of our great, market-driven, consumer society, I realize there are certain messages that will always retain their urgency and obstinacy, one of the most important being: Time is money. This,...

Real graffiti by gang members or juveniles?

Doug Weaver June 29, 2007

Bryant Street, the Pacoima Crips, San Fernando: all dangerous street gangs whose sinister monikers are seemingly everywhere defacing the walls, fences and public property on the mean streets of LA, but...

Mayor plans to conserve water

Doug Weaver June 22, 2007

Mayor Villaraigosa's office released a plan Wednesday calling on Los Angeles residents to reduce water usage by 10 percent, stating that this summer's predicted record high temperatures as well as near...

Student Health Center offers services during summer

Doug Weaver June 19, 2007

Located just east of the miniature observatory near the Matador Bookstore is CSUN's Klotz Student Health Center that can take care of all these problems and much more, according to Sharon Aronoff, health...

Journalism students tackle HIV/AIDS

Doug Weaver June 19, 2007

It was already dark as their vehicles lurched past sleeping dogs along the rutted, trash-strewn dirt road 10 miles south of Tijuana toward the AIDS hospice known as Casa Hogar. As part of a multimedia...

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