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Editor’s Note

For our last issue of the academic year, we as a staff have decided to look back and reflect on all that has transpired...

An artist you should be listening to: Brandi Carlile

When people ask what genre of music you listen to, the standard response is often, “anything, but country music.” While my music tastes can...

Editor’s Note on the weekly sex column

Many of you probably picked up today’s paper expecting to read the next topic in our weekly sex column. I fear many of you...

CSUN Director of Admissions and Records Eric Forbes, injured in Metrolink...

About a year ago, Eric G. Forbes sat in the second car of a Metrolink train looking through a window as another train headed...

CSUN employee Bea Watts recounts her emotional and physical ordeal following...

The ambulance lights die down, the wreckage is cleaned up and eventually the story moves its way from the front page to the back. But...

Budget Woes at the Center of President Jolene Koester’s Address

With the onslaught of news this summer dealing with the budget crisis, it was a somber gathering at the annual convocation address to faculty...

Editor’s Note

It has recently been brought to our attention that two unidentified men claiming to be Daily Sundial sales representatives, have been attempting to sell...

A.S. directors fired

' Current Associated Students (A.S.) President Miguel Segura fired four A.S. senators last week. The positions included director of visibility, director of political awareness, director of finance and the assistant director of finance.

The real Michelle Obama

Michelle Obama has added an undeniable new energy into the evolving debate of feminism, motherhood and the traditional ideals of womanhood that still dominate our society's consciousness.' This is a rather predictable debate that has manifested itself in a variety of ways.

Classy food on a budget

Driving down Ventura Boulevard looking for a place to eat can be difficult. Not because of the lack of dining options, but for the exact opposite dilemma. Restaurants, cafes and coffee shops crowd the popular street.

Feminism took a few steps back

Not too long ago I was driving on the freeway with a close male friend in the passenger's seat.' The conversation inevitably turned to politics and the recent election, which then quickly morphed into an argument about Hillary Clinton.

The legacy of a WiSE woman

When she began teaching in the College of Engineering and Computer science at CSUN some 33 years ago, Dr. Bonita J. Campbell was the only female faculty member.

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