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No ovaries, no abortion worries

No ovaries, no abortion worries

Hansook Oh

March 27, 2013

  During Women’s History Month in the good ol’ United States of ‘Merica, one way lawmakers in several states have celebrated has been by passing as many anti-abortion bills as possible. North Dakota, the star of the anti-abortion and anti-choice show, just banned abortions past s...

Prop 8 reaches Supreme Court

Prop 8 reaches Supreme Court

Hansook Oh

March 26, 2013

The U.S. Supreme Court was divided on its opinion of the constitutionality and validity of the case for California’s Proposition 8 Tuesday in the potentially landmark case, Hollingsworth v. Perry. The questions presented before the court regarded two things: the legal standing of the petitioner...

CSU board hopes to make school system smoke-free

CSU board hopes to make school system smoke-free

Hansook Oh

March 20, 2013

UPDATED WITH MORE INFORMATION LONG BEACH -- The CSU Academic Senate’s resolution to ban tobacco products on all CSU campuses is one step closer to being implemented as an executive order. At Wednesday’s meeting, the senate’s chair, Dr. Diana Guerin, thanked Chancellor Timothy White for respo...

Jiu-Jitsu club brings grappling to CSUN

Hansook Oh

March 12, 2013

  Grappling and submission, joint-locks and chokes. The perfect weak spot to jab, the perfect placing of the arms around their opponent’s neck to cause a tap out. Just a few things jiu-jitsu members focus on when on the mat. Ordinary fights may end with someone on the ground. But when practicing...

Sequestration cuts financial aid and federal work study programs

Sequestration cuts financial aid and federal work study programs

Hansook Oh

March 11, 2013

Twelve days have passed since President Barack Obama officially signed the Sequestration Order for Fiscal Year 2013 on the evening of March 1. The $85 billion worth of immediate cuts to the federal government, a “doomsday” policy created by congress and the president as part of the Budget Control Act of 2011,...

Obama signs sequester cutting $85 billion from federal budget, federal work-study funding decreased

Hansook Oh

March 1, 2013

President Barack Obama officially signed the Sequestration Order for Fiscal Year 2013 Friday evening on Capitol Hill. The $85 billion worth of immediate cuts to the federal government–delayed by the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012 passed on Jan. 1, which averted much of the “fiscal cliff”–will...

Crazy, happy and normal, what ‘Silver Linings Playbook’ taught us

Crazy, happy and normal, what ‘Silver Linings Playbook’ taught us

Hansook Oh

February 21, 2013

If you have a clinically diagnosed personality or mental disorder, then you might know what it feels like to be “crazy.” Your decisions sometimes do not make sense and can land you in precarious situations. You might spend way more money than you have and land yourself in copious amounts of debt. Your...

CSUN Police Chief Anne Glavin supports assault weapons ban

CSUN Police Chief Anne Glavin supports assault weapons ban

Hansook Oh

February 6, 2013

When 12 people were killed in a mass shooting at a theatre in Colorado last July, politicians and campaigners in the midst of a presidential election season warned Americans not to use the tragedy for political purposes. Five months later, 20 children and six adults were shot and killed at a small e...

Fiscal cliff extends American Opportunity Tax Credit, Federal-Work Study program still in danger

Fiscal cliff extends American Opportunity Tax Credit, Federal-Work Study program still in danger

Hansook Oh

January 21, 2013

With the passing of the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012 (ATRA) on Jan. 1, Congress averted several laws scheduled to take effect, such as the expiration of the 2001 Bush tax cuts and federal emergency unemployment insurance, and delayed $1.2 trillion in mandatory cuts or “sequesters” on domestic...

CSUN PD dispatcher’s cups of coffee inspires country to give to mourning Newtown

CSUN PD dispatcher’s cups of coffee inspires country to give to mourning Newtown

Hansook Oh

December 21, 2012

Tom Cavanaugh did not expect that his donation of $100 worth of coffee for the Newtown General Store’s patrons would be the first drop in an outpouring of kindness to the grieving town. Cavanaugh, a night dispatcher for the Cal State University Northridge Police Department and a New Jersey nativ...

Kim Jong Un gives Red Dawn review; takes over CSUN

Kim Jong Un gives Red Dawn review; takes over CSUN

Hansook Oh

November 27, 2012

      Everyday you go about your lives. Unaware of the forces. That threaten your freedom.  If you are reading this writing in this so-called “newspaper,” you are in a part of the university no longer controlled by the government of the United States. Hail North Korea! Behold, it is your Supreme Leader and 2012...

Stop appropriating Native American culture

Stop appropriating Native American culture

Hansook Oh

November 20, 2012

  There’s been much to be angry about during this year’s Native American Heritage Month. Victoria’s Secret got into trouble after consumers expressed anger toward the faux-Native American outfit one of their models wore while strutting down the runway. Apparently, the company did not ...

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