The Sundial

A.S., U.S.U. up summer fees

Lindsay Mills

July 5, 2005

A fee increase of $104 went into effect for Summer 2005 students in an effort to generate and balance revenue for Associated Students, the University Student Union, and the Klotz Student Health Center. Following a December 2004 recommendation from the Fee Advisory Committee, President Jolene Koester appr...

Police charge man with assault on peace officer

Lindsay Mills

July 5, 2005

After two traffic collisions and a nearly six-hour police search that shut down several blocks of Nordhoff Street June 26, both the CSUN and Los Angeles Police departments arrested Carlos Miguel Martinez Jr. and charged him with assault with a deadly weapon on a peace officer. The CSUN police officer atte...

Teamwork, family bonds at work in new parking structure

Lindsay Mills

June 27, 2005

For Marty Gillette Jr., waking up at 4:30 a.m. to start his day is something he considers normal. He did it as a young boy, watching with admiration as his father, Marty Sr., worked construction. "I love (construction)," Marty Jr. said. "Ever since I was little, I was amazed watching him." These days, M...

New release Tuesday: Master P, Dropkick, Hung

Lindsay Mills

June 20, 2005

Master P, "Ghetto Bill Gates" -- Master P (born Percy Miller in 1969 in New Orleans) surfaced in the mid-90s as a recording artist and producer with his own independent label, No Limit. He gave his audience vulgar and violent lyrics, along with a dull bass and a tough beat, which became known as gangs...

Governor sends revised budget to Legislature

Lindsay Mills

June 20, 2005

For Diane Smith, a graduating senior liberal arts major and political science minor, trying to get into one of her last classes before graduation was a nightmare. Last semester, Smith found herself, along with some of her peers, on a waiting list to add a popular political science class. When Smith w...

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