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CSUN tries out two new freshmen programs

summer Sundial July 28, 2005

Summer Sundial Recently launched programs in Academic Affairs and Student Development will try to more adequately prepare new CSUN students for the transition into college and help stave off what have...

CSUN online program puts 70 courses on fall schedule

summer Sundial July 27, 2005

Work, convenience, freedom, gas prices; students have many reasons for taking online classes. Sascha Jones, sophomore English and psychology major, works 40-plus hours a week, has a fianc?, a new puppy...

Universal health care clears hurdle in California

summer Sundial July 27, 2005

A bill that would provide all California residents with health care at no additional cost to the state has been approved by the State Senate and has moved to the Assembly, where it will face a final vote...

G-8 Summit gives few answers to big problems

summer Sundial July 27, 2005

Eight leaders from the world's wealthiest industrial powers held their annual meeting recently, and I'm left with one burning question: why? The G-8 Summit is a meeting where world leaders gather to discuss...

Save Our State protests best fought with a cold shoulder

summer Sundial July 27, 2005

No one can stop Katie Holmes and Tom Cruise from "being in love." That press-happy love stunt is an unstoppable machine that has the support of Paramount Pictures, Warner Bros. Studios, DreamWorks and...

L.A. museums flaunt new exhibits for summer

summer Sundial July 27, 2005

Summer is in full swing, and several Los Angeles museums are opening their doors to showcase new exhibits for visitors. The Petersen Automotive Museum opened its "Presidents, Popes, and Potentates: Cars...

Summer classes teach DJs, super spies and poker

summer Sundial July 27, 2005

Summer is a time that people take advantage of by watching the latest blockbusters, lying out in the sun or visiting the beach. But why not make a change of pace by dipping your feet into something other...

Higher Education Act up for reauthorization in September

summer Sundial July 27, 2005

The presumed September reauthorization of the federal Higher Education Act will likely have implications for CSUN students who receive Pell Grants or Perkins loans, and especially those who take summer...

Matador briefs

summer Sundial July 27, 2005

CSUN soccer teams announce competitive 2005-06 schedules The CSUN men's and women's soccer schedules were announced last month, with both teams facing tough competitors this coming season. The men's team...

California faculty union increases dues

summer Sundial July 27, 2005

Representatives from the California Faculty Association voted to increase faculty dues beginning in the June 2005 pay period. According to John Travis, CFA president and Humboldt State University political...

Bill would allow CSUs to offer new doctorates

summer Sundial July 27, 2005

A bill that would allow the California State University to offer new independent and joint doctorate degrees has cleared one of its final stages and will now face a vote in the state Assembly. State Senate...

A.S. leaders prep for fall by hiring whole new crew

summer Sundial July 27, 2005

Those walking into the Associated Students office in the middle of July may expect to hear the sounds of crickets chirping, as only a small percentage of CSUN students take summer classes every year. Instead,...

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