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Political POV: Was moderator Candy Crowley right to interject in the presidential debate about the attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi?

Political POV: Was moderator Candy Crowley right to interject in the presidential debate about the attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi?

Nathan McMahon

October 17, 2012

YES -- Crowley did her job right By Nathan McMahon, staff writer After Tuesday night’s presidential debate, a point of contention has arisen as Republicans are crying foul about CNN moderator Candy Crowley’s on-the-spot fact check of Mitt Romney’s statement about the attacks in Benghazi. She rightfully corre...

‘Dishonored’ is a vivid quest

Nathan McMahon

October 17, 2012

I’d been given a letter to deliver at a masquerade ball. I pocketed it without much thought. Once I had arrived on the grounds of the extravagant affair I saw the man I was supposed to deliver it to. My compatriot who had assigned me the task mentioned the large, regal wolf mask he’d be wearing so...

Politicize Your Mind: Big Bird is ruining Obama’s campaign

Politicize Your Mind: Big Bird is ruining Obama’s campaign

Nathan McMahon

October 15, 2012

President Obama is doing quite a few things wrong in this campaign. The sad corner he’s painted himself into looks that much worse when contrasted with comments from his 2008 DNC acceptance speech. “If you don't have any fresh ideas, then you use stale tactics to scare voters,” said Obama. “If...

Why Mitt Romney can’t handle simple math

Nathan McMahon

October 9, 2012

Photo illustration by Gabriel Ivan Orendain-Necochea The running problem with the current ramblings of the Republican Party is that reality is only real when it fits their messed-up narrative. The latest example is Mitt Romney’s tired talking point about the unemployment situation in our country...

Black Panther film festival wraps up on third day

Black Panther film festival wraps up on third day

Nathan McMahon

October 5, 2012

The three-day Black Panther film festival wrapped up at the Satellite Student Union on campus Friday afternoon with a second screening of the documentary “41st and Central: The Untold Story of the L.A. Black Panthers.” Former Black Panther party member, Roland Freeman, introduced the film ...

‘Borderlands 2’ excels

‘Borderlands 2’ excels

Nathan McMahon

October 3, 2012

Guns, shoot ‘em. Pow, pow. Bang, Bang. Over, and over, over again. This is the life of a Vault Hunter in publisher 2K Games’ “Borderlands 2.” It’s raucous and over the top and the amount of midgets and mutants you will be slaughtering in the quest for loot like guns, grenades, and armor approaches levels of absurdity that only belong in the most ardent of video gam...

Romney’s disdain will cost him the race

Nathan McMahon

September 25, 2012

Mitt Romney wants to be president of the United States. He wants it really bad. He’s gone so far as to abandon almost everything he’s ever stood for in past elections. He’s repeatedly lied and obfuscated to get that chance. Whether it’s lies about President Obama’s healthcare plan r...

CSUN offers scholarships to help students during tuition hikes

Nathan McMahon

September 24, 2012

>>>CORRECTION: The article reads that "students should have at least a 3.5 GPA." It should read, "Often, students should have a minimum of a 2.0 GPA to qualify for a majority of the CSUN scholarships."<<<   Scholarships are a way for students to take some of the financial...

Political apps that will keep you up-to-date with the election

Nathan McMahon

September 24, 2012

With 2012 election coverage kicking into full gear, everyone should be informed and entertained as much as possible. To keep up to date with the latest news and events and rumblings and grumblings from all sides of our vast political spectrum there is no better way to accomplish this than downloading...

CSUN Faculty Art Exhibit allows students and professors a creative outlet

CSUN Faculty Art Exhibit allows students and professors a creative outlet

Nathan McMahon

September 13, 2012

Eleven Faculty Members, seven mediums, about 75 individual pieces, and five years since the last faculty art show. This all adds up to a long gestating spout of creative release and the current faculty art show at the Main Art Gallery on campus. Jim Sweeters, director of The Main Art Gallery, ta...

Bastion is a world that needs rebuilding

Bastion is a world that needs rebuilding

Nathan McMahon

September 12, 2012

A cracked and fractured world is something that slams into you not you into it. Awoken in his bed by a grizzled voice from some far-flung spaghetti western, the hero of this story, simply referred to as “the Kid” inhabits that fractured world. It used to be known as Caelondia but an event called “Th...

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