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Question of the Day – Do you think Occupy CSUN was making any progress by being on our campus?

Kimberly Anderson

December 7, 2011

CSUN Occupy had been camped out on the Oviatt Lawn for two weeks in order to make a difference on our campus and to get students more aware of the issues that are affecting us. As groups in other cities continue to occupy and stand tall to make a difference, CSUN Occupy tried uniting students to make...

Will the restriction of being allowed only 15 units this spring affect what classes you decide to take?

Kimberly Anderson

November 7, 2011

Is the restriction of being able to add only 15 units this upcoming spring 2012 semester going to affect what classes you decide to take? On Friday November 4, 2011 CSUN students got an email stating that for the spring 2012 semester students would only be able to take a total of 15 units. In past,...

Are digital books taking over?

Illustration by: Kristin Hugo / Opinions Editor

Kimberly Anderson

September 21, 2011

Earlier this week, the Northridge Borders book store closed its doors. The company filed for bankruptcy after losing profits and competing with e-readers, such as the Kindle and iPad. With technology changing so much, it is good that books are becoming available in a digital format, but books will ...

Dancing in the Dark to kick off year for USU

Kimberly Anderson

September 21, 2011

Dancing in the Dark is the first in a series of dances and other fun events being brought to CSUN students by the University Student Union (USU) this school year. “This is an event to have students come and have a good time while two of the hottest DJ’s are mixing,” said Khushboo Ganwani, marketing...

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