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Organizations should collaborate to improve oil spill problems

Harriet Miranda December 4, 2007

About three weeks ago a container ship crashed into the San Francisco Bay Bridge, spilling 58,000 gallons of oil into the water. Reports by different news organizations have claimed that there was a mishandling...

Driving wrong way in parking lots illegal

Harriet Miranda December 4, 2007

Students honk and yell at one another on any given day as lines to find parking spots flow alongside parking lots. Sometimes, students resort to necessary means to try to arrive to class on time. Sometimes,...

Family expert gives talk on marriage and relationships

Harriet Miranda December 4, 2007

Author and family and relationship expert Stephanie Coont talked on Wendesday night about historical perspectives of marriage and the new alternatives for successful relationships without the institution...

Theatrical performance honors the life of Frida Kahlo

Harriet Miranda November 29, 2007

The short and tragic life of Mexican painter Frida Kahlo has been reproduced around the world in various forms. In celebration of her 100th year, Teatro Sinergia in conjunction with the Frida Kahlo Theater...

Both sides of abortion issue should support human health

Harriet Miranda November 28, 2007

Whether you are pro-choice or pro-life, I think most people would like to know that women receive the best care and run minimal risks if they do opt for an abortion. The thought of the process itself sounds...

Lecturer says early man coexisted

Harriet Miranda November 26, 2007

The Department of Biology at CSUN hosted one in a series of seminars on Friday at which it was suggested that humans, from their evolutionary beginning, had the capacity to coexist. Alan Shabel, a Ph.D....

Discrimi-Nation: Central American

Harriet Miranda November 20, 2007

Disclaimer: Containing today, the Opinion section of the Daily Sundial is publishing an article series on discrimination in and around the nearby community. Reporters agreed to write stories in regard...

Ray Bradbury’s ‘Frost and Fire’ makes multimedia debut

Harriet Miranda November 15, 2007

What would you do if your entire life lasted just eight days, if you were forced to grow dramatically overnight and learn the lessons of life knowing you had your days numbered? This past weekend, Theater...

‘Martian Child’ roots through former student’s experiences

Harriet Miranda November 15, 2007

Dramatic and comical, "Martian Child," takes the trophy for attempting to swell-up the audience's eyes with tears, and provoking a sense of sympathy for David (John Cusack), a widowed science fiction writer...

Mister Cartoon encourages students to follow dreams

Harriet Miranda November 8, 2007

Mister Cartoon, tattoo artist to the stars, and Estevan Oriol, CEO of Joker Brand Clothing and renowned photographer, gave a lecture to students on Tuesday in the Oviatt Library. The duo talked about...

Faculty Senate discusses policies

Harriet Miranda October 29, 2007

The faculty senate discussed on Oct. 25 a policy proposal that would require professors to accommodate disabled students with accessible course materials eight weeks before the start of each semester....

Reduce gang violence by understanding race

Harriet Miranda October 25, 2007

African-Americans and Latinos have a shared history of oppression, which is why I don't understand the reasoning behind all the racial tensions in Los Angeles among these two ethnic groups. Last week,...

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