The Sundial

CSU lacks policy on professor-student sex

William Kammer

May 9, 2008

Despite an average of about five sexual harassment complaints filed annually by students against professors at CSUN, the university has no official policy limiting these intimate relationships. The CSU system also has no policy concerning student-professor relationships, although Long Beach State doe...

CSU system lacks policy on professor-student relations

William Kammer

May 2, 2008

Despite an average of about five sexual harassment complaints filed annually by students against professors at CSUN, the university has no official policy limiting these intimate relationships. The CSU system also has no policy concerning student-professor relationships, although Long Beach State doe...

Election results postponed again

William Kammer

April 29, 2008

After an Associated Students judicial hearing on Friday and four hours of deliberation, there is still no clear winner in the A.S. presidential election, but more questions have been raised. During the hearing, a ballot was discussed concerning a voter who was contacted by Hal Ellison, the A.S. atto...

Why did Clinton choose CSUN?

William Kammer

January 18, 2008

Senator Hillary Clinton and Congressman Brad Sherman called Northridge and New Orleans a "tale of two cities." When asked why Clinton decided on CSUN to have an event, Sherman said the reason was partially because it would be, "especially good to be in Northridge on the 14th anniversary." The anniv...

Clinton seeks support of students

William Kammer

January 18, 2008

Presidential candidate Sen. Hillary Clinton stopped by CSUN last Thursday on her way through Southern California, and local politicians from around Los Angeles came to show their support. var uslide_show_id = "81aba899-a1f8-4458-90be-d6a9fd319c67";var slideshowwidth = "468";var linktext = ""; Roughly 2,00...

Beer could change: Coors, Miller merge

William Kammer

October 11, 2007

An announcement on Tuesday has left the beer market in an interesting situation. The makers of Coors and Miller beer are about to join forces in a merger that's said to be created in order to compete with Anheuser-Busch, the makers of Budweiser. As of last year, Anheuser-Busch had about half of the ma...

Conflicts in Myanmar should force countries to respond

William Kammer

October 4, 2007

A great injustice has been taking place in the last 45 years, and it's time for a new generation to learn about what's going on. An entire country has been ruled by a violent military in Southeast Asia and no one seems to be fighting against it with anything except words. A recent uprising began whe...

U.S. government needs to re-evaluate ineffective drug policies

William Kammer

October 3, 2007

There's a huge hypocrisy going on in this nation and it's costing us billions of dollars. It's a war we've been fighting for years, but can't seem to win. We pump billions of dollars and resources into it, but we can't seem to find a way to make the money win our battle. Many Americans have lost their ...

Leave O.J. out of the news

William Kammer

September 19, 2007

We have O. J. Simpson in the news again, and it's starting to become irritating. I can't stand turning on the TV and seeing Simpson everywhere. He already distracted the country for long enough with his murder trial 13 years ago. We don't need any more O. J. right now. I think we've had our fill for a ...

Overreacting to Vick

William Kammer

August 30, 2007

I'm very confused as to why we care so much about what is going on with Former NFL quarterback Michael Vick. I can see the interest people have, because of his celebrity status, but why are so many people trying to destroy his life? I know what he did, and I have no way to justify his actions. But the a...

Bush loses his puppet

William Kammer

August 28, 2007

Last weekend, Attorney General Alberto Gonzales officially turned in his resignation to President Bush. Although the resignation doesn't take effect until Sept. 17, people are already breathing a sigh of relief. This relief comes from the weight of embarrassment being lifted off of us as a nation. D...

Rapper plays basketball at CSUN

William Kammer

February 27, 2007

Chuck "The Game" Taylor played basketball on Wednesday and Thursday night of last week against CSUN and community competition during open gym in room 160 of Redwood Hall on campus. The Grammy-nominated and multi-platinum selling rapper was accompanied by Lucious Harris, an ex-NBA player for the New J...

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