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KROQ’s Almost Acoustic Christmas

Joseph Wilson

December 13, 2006

var uslide_show_id = "b57f9ff1-63b2-4e87-a613-172029ba6d8b";var slideshowwidth = "468";var linktext = ""; The second night of KROQ's Almost Acoustic Christmas featured some of the biggest names in rock today with the Foo Fighters headlining the two-day event. The lineup also included She Wants Revenge,...

Indie 103.1 brings eclectic taste to rock radio

Joseph Wilson

November 22, 2006

Eclecticism and good taste in rock music of all shades from punk to Latin American alternative find a welcoming home in Indie "103.1." This station is small in comparison to KROQ, but brings music collector taste and famous musicians as disc jockeys to make a truly expansive rock station. Michael S...

‘Borat’ explores America’s flaws with hilarity

Joseph Wilson

November 16, 2006

The comedy sensation "Borat: Cultural Learnings for Make Benefit Glorious Kazakhstan" has become a pop sensation even as it exposes things some people would rather leave unexamined. Comedian Sasha Cohen uses the seemingly innocent gaze of a hapless foreigner to show that America at large knows very li...

Parking fees to increase to fund new structure

Joseph Wilson

May 19, 2006

Originally Published May 9, 2006 President Jolene Koester approved May 4 a three-year increase in parking fees starting in the 2007-2008 fiscal year. The cost of a parking permit will increase $18 per semester each school year to pay for construction of a parking structure on the G3 parking lot. Fee...

Dorm residents complain of recent rat problems

Joseph Wilson

May 18, 2006

Returning to her dorm after Christmas, Alejandra Cockrell found that she had a uninvited and unwanted roommate who moved in over the break - a rat. Her roommate, Alexzandria Washington, freshman child development major, said the bottoms of the front and bathroom doors were chewed from end to end. W...

Parking fees to increase to fund new structure

Joseph Wilson

May 9, 2006

President Jolene Koester approved May 4 a three-year increase in parking fees starting in the 2007- 2008 fiscal year. The cost of a parking permit will increase $18 per semester each school year to pay for construction of a parking structure on the G3 parking lot. Fees for a car parking permit will incr...

Western gangs in the Australian outback in ‘The Proposition’

Joseph Wilson

May 5, 2006

Most western movies I've seen have cowboys ride around saving towns and getting into dusty gun battles that end with the outlaw or corrupt sheriff sprawled on the ground with a gunshot, or twelve, to keep them there. These movies seldom show the grim and ugly reality that was frontier living. "The Prop...

Immigrants find needed help with CSUN project

Joseph Wilson

May 2, 2006

Carlos Murillo, along with his classmates, moved around and in between the rows of chairs looking for complete answers. Each student had a slip of white paper with part of an answer to a question that will be on the U.S. citizenship test. Talking to classmates, they practiced their English, along with memor...

Clubs work together to build coalition, network

Joseph Wilson

April 26, 2006

Four CSUN clubs have spearheaded the building of a network of communications to support each other in events and their dealings with Associated Students. "We need to build a base made up of clubs that are progressive and that are politically active," said Carlos Moran, chair of CSUN Movimiento Estudiant...

Run-off election for A.S. leadership begins today

Joseph Wilson

April 25, 2006

Online elections for the next Associated Students president and vice president begin today and are scheduled to end at 7 p.m. Zachary Mendelsohn, of the "V.O.I.C.E" (Vote On Interactive Community Experience) slate, said he and his running mate Sophia Recalde handed out fliers and set up four banners o...

Pedophiles, tension and the bitter taste of ‘Hard Candy’

Joseph Wilson

April 19, 2006

A 14-year-old, the Internet and an older man with pedophilic tendencies; so begins the plot of "Hard Candy," directed by David Slade. While somewhat reminiscent of recent Homeland Security employees, the movie is cat-and-mouse chase that's been reversed and then reversed again. A meeting occurs between a...

Run-off election for A.S. President, VP

Joseph Wilson

April 7, 2006

The Associated Students and University Student Union online election ended the night of April 5 with neither presidential or vice presidental slate receiving 50 percent or more of the vote necessary to win. A run-off election for A.S. president and vice president will be held April 25 between the tw...

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