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Tattoos and piercings should be respected in the work place

Raewyn Smith May 2, 2012

    Sorry Baby Boomers, but your distaste for tattoos has no real effect on Generation Y’s love and obsession with them. Sure, you’re still the head honchos at major corporations...

“Julius Caesar” and “A Comedy of Errors” to be performed at CSUN

Raewyn Smith April 30, 2012

This week, The Acting Company, a group of actors from New York that tours the states bringing classics to communities that may not have the chance to see them otherwise, will be on campus for five days,...

Earth Day celebrations in Los Angeles

Raewyn Smith April 18, 2012

This Earth Day, Angelenos attempt to make a positive difference in this smog-filled city with different events and ways to keep a “green” lifestyle. At some events and online people can join the...

Grace Potter and the Nocturnals to perform at Pub

Raewyn Smith April 16, 2012

KCSN will be hosting Grace Potter and the Nocturnals in an acoustic set at the Pub on Wednesday at 8 p.m. On Friday, the radio station sold 20 pairs of tickets for this intimate show. Grace Potter’s...

Piercer Kirk and tattoo artist Jason work at Kathouse Inc., a tattoo shop located on the corner of Lindley and Parthenia. Photo credit: Raewyn Smith / Daily Sundial

Kathouse Inc. offers original ideas with personal touches

Raewyn Smith April 11, 2012

The irony in the name Kathouse Inc. was not lost on me, as a friend and I drove up to the tattoo shop on the corner of Lindley and Parthenia. We were excited to get tatted and found the place with...

Piercer Kirk and tattoo artist Jason work at Kathouse Inc., a tattoo shop located on the corner of Lindley and Parthenia. Photo credit: Raewyn Smith / Daily Sundial

Quality ink at Kathouse Inc tattoo shop

Raewyn Smith April 11, 2012

The irony in the name Kathouse Inc. was not lost on me, as a friend and I drove up to the tattoo shop on the corner of Lindley and Parthenia. We were excited to get tatted and found the place with...

Casey’s Irish Pub hosting St. Patrick’s Day celebrations

Raewyn Smith March 15, 2012

Looking innocent enough, the storefront of Casey's Irish Pub greets you with the usual green pub awning, inviting guests to the ales, ciders and shepherds pies that exist inside. The downstairs entrance...

Standing on tables and chanting to build energy, students from College of San Mateo display their signs. College of San Mateo was one of many community colleges who gathered with other California higher education students to march on the Capitol. Photo credit: Ken Scarboro / Editor in chief

Community colleges not impervious to budget cuts

Raewyn Smith March 11, 2012

In February, the revised California budget projects were released showing that community colleges will take another $149 million reduction. This was an unexpected cut and it has been nicknamed the “February...

Facebook newest venue to find coupons for students

Raewyn Smith March 7, 2012

It is apparent to most Facebook users that gone are the days of Mark Zuckerburg's insistence that Facebook remain ad-free. In fact, Facebook is now a highly useful platform for businesses and companies...

Invest in your education long-term; No down payment necessary

Raewyn Smith March 4, 2012

It’s no secret that the government is attacking the higher education system in California with budget cuts and penalty fees. Last month, students at UC Riverside released a proposal to fix the education...

President Obama’s Affordable Healthcare Act sparks debate among religious leaders and conservatives

Raewyn Smith February 27, 2012

Desiree Monteilh, a CSUN junior who suffers from polycystic ovary syndrome, has been taking birth control for a few years, starting before she turned 18. Birth control regulates her hormones so she...

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Higher education funding left in the hands of voters

Raewyn Smith February 22, 2012

The buzz around campus about the budget cuts, and how they are affecting students, is getting pretty loud, especially with the release of Gov. Jerry Brown's 2012-13 budget plan, which irresponsibly leaves...

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