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Ladies: Be picky when shopping for quality denim

Nia Guleyon

March 28, 2006

Picture this: It's late in the evening and I'm driving through the rain from the Valley to the Beverly Center, just making it 20 minutes before the store closes. I was ecstatic after just receiving the phone call I was waiting for - Macy's had the dark-wash Seven jeans in my size. Story of my life? We...

Study shows sexual harassment large on college campuses

Nia Guleyon

March 21, 2006

Nearly two-thirds of male and female college students face some type of sexual harassment, according to a recently released research report. The survey, released in January 2006 by the American Association of University Women, showed the numbers of students who face sexual harassment are high. Less than...

Students look to hook up with future employers at Job Fair

Nia Guleyon

March 8, 2006

Dressed in business attire and holding her neatly typed resume, Thei Oo knows it's all about presenting yourself at the 2006 Spring Job Fair March 6 at the University Student Union. "I hope that by dressing like this, it will make a good impression," said Oo, materials engineering major. Oo's colleague and fr...

Simpson’s fanatics get a real treat

Nia Guleyon

March 3, 2006

Who better to define the success of the hit show, "The Simpsons" than Supervising Director himself, David Silverman, whose seminar "History of Animation" brought audiences roaring with laughter at the USU Performing Arts Center March 2. "You guys like it, right? It's funny." Silverman presented an ove...

CSUN Black History Month comes to an end

Nia Guleyon

March 2, 2006

It was about 7 p.m. on Feb. 28, and while the majority of people on campus already had called it a day, Monica Turner, professor of Pan-African studies, was busy making last-minute preparations for the closing ceremony of Black History Month at the Satellite Student Union Shoshone Room. "I have musi...

Alumni band brings music to CSUN’s games

Nia Guleyon

February 8, 2006

Daily Sundial Music, basketball and CSUN are not just for the young.The CSUN Alumni band provided the musical beats and melodic sounds for the Matadome court Feb. 4 to help kick off men's basketball season. "This is only our fourth game," said Tom Marino, trumpet player. "It's been a great response."...

New Era Initiative will assist secondary education

Nia Guleyon

February 8, 2006

Daily Sundial Members of the Teachers of a New Era are examining new methods and directions to support children with learning differences in an ongoing program. Last week a Math and Science Initiative was approved and $40,000 was granted for the project by the CSU, said Rusche. The $5-million dollar proje...

Retired but refusing to give up the fight

Nia Guleyon

February 6, 2006

Daily Sundial Growing up as a young black man in the segregated South, James Dennis quickly realized what it meant to cross the line. In July of 1961 he was arrested for trespassing onto the white side of a train station in Jackson, Mississippi.His risky move was part of a movement that he participa...

Christian groups sue to change non-discrimination policy

Nia Guleyon

February 3, 2006

Daily Sundial Two pending lawsuits against Cal State Long Beach and San Diego State could ultimately change the CSU's non-discrimination policy. In November 2005, two groups sued CSULB and San Diego State, challenging the non-discrimination policy based on three principles: religion, sexual orientati...

A.S. Senate votes unanimously, Athletics gets $30,000 allocation

Nia Guleyon

February 2, 2006

Daily Sundial The Associated Students Senate voted unanimously to allocate $30,000 in Grants-In-Aids Jan. 21 to the Athletics Department. "We can't say enough how much their financial support means to us," said Janet Pinneau, assistant athletics director for Student Affairs. "The (Athletics Department) can'...

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