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Bush sees error of ways, dumps military for kids

In a stunning move, President Bush on Monday signed a budget cuts package that included a stark slash in defense spending, some $300 billion,...

Fresh views needed in debate on immigration

President Bush will conclude his two-day trip to the south and southwest today as he continues his efforts to keep immigration law reform on...

Tips for freshmen who look to escape CSUN alive

I can't believe it's almost over. I am less than four weeks away from being a graduate of Cal State Northridge and I am...

Bureaucratic meddling likely in new changes

The evidence is mounting: It's as if Californians want people to do jobs that don't belong to them, all at the expense of 405,000...

New PAC, Matadome should share priority

If CSUN and CSU officials commit themselves to dramatic facilities renovation and construction plans in the next five years, will students and community members...

Schwarzenegger loses big in special election debacle

So that's the end of that little experiment. Phew. With the results of Tuesday's special election a resounding "no vote" against Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger,...

Voters should leave critical tax decisions to Legislature

In the same way that we shouldn't let California prisoners decide whether they want to remain incarcerated or be executed, we should not allow...

CIA leak case exposes flaws in Iraq strategy

I wish I could take more pleasure in watching George W. Bush squirm amid one of the worst weeks in his presidency, but I...

India has a computer! We need education reform, fast!

The folks from the National Academy of Sciences must be crazy. That's the only explanation I can think of. Earlier this month, and I'm...

White Sox deliver big blow to ‘loveable losers’ theory

Not since the Bolshevik revolution has the view from the Dan Ryan Expressway been so sweet. Thank you, Chicago White Sox. Thank you. As...

Students must act to end tuition hikes

OK, California. We get it. This whole "access" to higher education thing you were talking about is outdated. The world is changing, and so...

Africa Week expands horizons for students

My knowledge of Africa is limited to what two African teachers have provoked me into learning, and I am thankful for that. Growing up...
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