The Sundial

Crisis looms over U.S. science research

Guest Columnist

February 28, 2005

The security, health and welfare of the United States are threatened by a crisis the likes of which we have not seen since Sputnik. When the United States realized that the Russians were ahead of us in the space race, our nation quickly put into effect a multi-billion dollar crash program to improve s...

Crime log

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February 28, 2005

The following information was provided by the Campus Police Department's Daily Summary Report: 02/25/05 -- Battery A CSUN student allegedly assaulted another CSUN student in the University Park Apartments Building 13. The victim refused medical treatment. 02/24/05 -- Battery A CSUN police officer cited an...

Celebrating Black History through student poetry

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February 28, 2005

Tribute By Sam Richard The dream continues It continues in your name among others It continued when your life was taken, but not in vain The hatred tries to make the dream a pipe dream, Eroding to a nightmare of ignorance and pride, But I had a dream at the peak of the Lady of Liberty I had a drea...

Out on a limb

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February 28, 2005

Two stuffed animals hang out on trees at the orange grove at the southeast end of campus on Feb. 24.

America’s brand new enemy: Merry ole’ England

Guest Columnist

February 28, 2005

I never thought I would say this, but I think it's time for the United States to go on the offensive. The Cold War is back on, but there's a new enemy. Last week, President Bush traveled to Europe to try mending fences with former allies who disagreed with the United States during the much-maligned war in Iraq....

It’s a small world inside a small building

Daily Sundial

February 28, 2005

On a cold Wednesday evening, a group of students hang outside their dorm room in Building 12. A couple feet away from the building, some people are talking, laughing and smoking cigarettes. Another group of about 10 people is playing basketball. At first glance, these people may seem to be CSUN stu...

College of Extended Learning

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February 28, 2005

College of Extended Learning

Four seniors ready to play final home game

Special to the Daily Sundial

February 28, 2005

When the CSUN men's basketball season closes, so too will the careers of the team's four seniors. Ian Boylan, profiled in the Feb. 17 edition of the Sundial, Joseph Frazier, Etoagwara Onyenegecha and Davin White have been the backbone of this team for the past two seasons. They play their final home g...

Just an asterisk would let Bonds off much too easy

Daily Sundial

February 28, 2005

A day hasn't gone by over the last few weeks where someone hasn't talked about steroids and major league baseball. Now, as much as I hate to join in, I feel it necessary after the antics of Barry Bonds last week. While Bonds is one of the greatest players in the history of major league baseball, he is not on...

Better high school prep plans proposed

Daily Sundial

February 28, 2005

High schools need to provide better education to students, in order to give them a better chance of attending college, said Susan King, vice president of Carnegie Corporation in New York. "An enormous amount of people are not getting a high school degree, let alone going to college," King said. The gra...

CFA lobbies to increase budget funding to education

Daily Sundial

February 28, 2005

In a reaction to recent budget cut proposals, members of the California Faculty Association are speaking out to local legislators, trying to convince them to persuade Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger to stop taking away much needed funds from the budget. Since the 2003-04 school year, the CSU system has s...

Incidents of acquaintance rape up on campus

Daily Sundial

February 28, 2005

Security guards and closed gates give many students living in the dorms a sense of security, preventing strangers from entering the buildings. However, an acquaintance rapist is most likely already inside the gates well before they are ever closed. Of the six reported sexual assaults that occurred at CS...

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