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Fact finder’s report leads to fresh CFA-CSU negotiations

Sam Womack May 23, 2007

Originally Published March 27, 2007 On Sunday, the CSU committee on bargaining convened a special meeting to discuss the recently released fact finder's report and later made an agreement with California...

County clerk recorder improves same-sex couples’ day

Sam Womack May 23, 2007

Originally Published February 14, 2007 On a day known for its connotations with romance and marriage, Valentine's Day, one county clerk recorder has taken it upon herself to fight what she considers discrimination...

CSU dickers over student fee waivers

Sam Womack May 14, 2007

The United Auto Workers Union, Local 4132, the union of academic student employees, has filed an unfair labor practice against the California State University for failing to disclose almost $4.3 million...

Book criticizes young women, corrupting the message

Sam Womack April 18, 2007

Author Laura Sessions Stepp has recently written a book titled "Unhooked: How Young Women Pursue Sex, Delay Love, and Lose at Both," but the title is misleading and the author writes like a disapproving...

Report leads to new CFA-CSU negotiations

Sam Womack March 27, 2007

On Sunday, the CSU committee on bargaining convened a special meeting to discuss the recently released fact finder's report and later made an agreement with California Faculty Association President John...

Faculty votes for strike

Sam Womack March 23, 2007

The California Faculty Association, the voice of the California State University faculty, voted Wednesday to decline the contract proposed by the CSU and have a series of strikes across all 23 campuses....

CSU Board of Trustees approves 10 percent fee increase

Sam Womack March 15, 2007

The California State University Board of Trustees voted Wednesday to approve a 10 percent increase in student fees, making the CSU undergraduate tuition for one academic year to $3,421. Chancellor Reed...

A.S. needs to decide who it wants to support

Sam Womack March 13, 2007

The Associated Students is the student government, elected by the students to work for the students. Throughout the past year, the loyal CSU faculty has been fighting faithfully for the students while...

Black Panther Party leader speaks at Grand Salon

Sam Womack March 2, 2007

The co-founder of the Black Panther Party regaled a room packed full of students, faculty and members of the community with stories of the inception and history of the party Wednesday night in the Grand...

Illegal Art

Sam Womack February 14, 2007

Skateboards, like vehicles, are loud, obnoxious, potentially dangerous and damaging. And while there are more than 5.2 million vehicles in the Los Angeles area, a county code prohibits skateboarding. Skateboarders...

One county clerk improves same-sex couples’ day

Sam Womack February 13, 2007

On a day known for its connotations with romance and marriage, Valentine's Day, one county clerk recorder has taken it upon herself to fight what she considers discrimination and gender inequality. Every...

CSUN community gathers to inform through picketing

Sam Womack February 7, 2007

At one point, there were 188 students, faculty and employees picketing alongside Sierra Center on Darby Street for a little over an hour to protest CSU contract negotiations, a possible rise in student...

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