The Sundial

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Officials want healthy foods in campus shops

William Gruenberg

July 20, 2007

Health conscious students may be aware of healthy food options around campus, but Associated Students along with University Corporation and professionals at the Klotz Student Health Center are focusing on new programs to get impulse eaters to think twice before biting into that Whopper. A recent resolutio...

Matador baseball team gears up for next season

William Gruenberg

July 6, 2007

The Northridge Baseball team is gearing up for 2008 with a 13-man recruiting class including 12 high school players and one junior college player, three pitchers and nine position players. The class will report to Cal State Northridge in the fall 2007 semester. ?"The athleticism and versatility these pla...

MTA sued for environmental impact of fees

William Gruenberg

July 6, 2007

An alliance of bus riders, community and conservation groups are taking the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transporation Authority (MTA) to court to challenge major fare hikes. According to the lawsuit filed by the Natural Resources Defense Council , the Bus Riders Union and the Labor/Community Strategy ...

AS senators fight for new engineering lab

William Gruenberg

June 29, 2007

The College of Engineering and Computer Science has designated a new room for the computer engineering design lab that will now be accessible to all engineering students. Last year, the Department of Academic Resources and Planning was asked to re-allocate space needed for projected growth within th...

Car wash employees clean up

William Gruenberg

June 29, 2007

Classic Car Wash employees will receive back wages of $160,000 for work performed between September 2003 and December 2006 following an investigation by the U.S Department of Labor's Wage and Hour division. "This is not the first Southern California case where we've found pay violations in this indu...

Student wins internship in mayor’s office

William Gruenberg

June 29, 2007

This summer, political science major Gabriela Saravia has been working alongside Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa's staff on issues including education and public safety as part of the Mayoral Internship Program that began last week. Saravia, 26, is working with a small team under Robin Kramer, the mayor's c...

Multi-level public safety facility opens

William Gruenberg

June 22, 2007

The new public safety building officially opened its doors to the public Tuesday in an open house and dedication ceremony which featured a posting of colors, speeches by top university figures, and tours of the facilities. Previously, the public safety department was headquartered in CSUN's residenti...

Oprah regular speaks about money matters

William Gruenberg

June 19, 2007

In a positive and energetic speech on Tuesday, a leading financial coach told students and faculty that finding financial confidence builds self-confidence while offering tips on lowering debt and finding financial security. Speaking to about 160 persons in the University Student Union Grand Salon, Je...

Literacy center and students suffer in summer

William Gruenberg

June 12, 2007

Under new supervision, the newly remodeled Los Angeles Times Literacy Center is far from an average tutoring operation providing literacy support for children and serving as clinical training for university teacher candidates. The literacy center is one of four service units under the umbrella of the te...

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