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Internship rejections best endured with humor, spite

City Editor

May 23, 2005

Tis the season to be rejected. No, this is not a relationship piece where I tell you the best way to handle a rejection by that perfect someone. Rather, I am here to inform the many graduating seniors that internship and job rejections are part of their depressing realities. I have received many of thes...

New Klotz Health Center ‘tax’ sad, but needed

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May 23, 2005

On March 15, the Associated Students Senate approved the placement of a new $20 Klotz Student Health Center fee referendum on this April's A.S. election ballot. The proposed new student fee would be paid each semester, and is meant to compensate for the loss of nearly $1.1 million in state funds as par...

Women artistically portray injustices they encountered

Special to the Daily Sundial

May 23, 2005

Five Middle Eastern women -- three from Iran, one from Israel and one from Lebanon -- came together for a common cause. Although in their homelands they would be considered enemies, they've come together to say "no more." During the course of about a year, they have been putting together a body of work that...

Danny Hoch visits CSUN to speak about race

Daily Sundial

May 23, 2005

Actor, writer, and director Danny Hoch presented some of his videos and lectured students about race and representation at CSUN's Little Theater Tuesday. Hoch spoke about his experiences as an activist, and the roots of activism embedded within hip-hop culture. He said that often people "assume that...

Lives of famous tapdancing duo recognized at CSUN

Special to the Daily Sundial

May 23, 2005

As Fayard Nicholas walked into the Alan and Elaine Armer Theater, he was greeted by a standing ovation from both individuals who knew of his lifelong accomplishments and others who did not. With the entourage of individuals surrounding Nicholas as he walked down the aisle, it was hard to catch a glim...

Findyourspot.com helps decide your ideal place to live

Daily Sundial

May 23, 2005

I'm a West Coast girl at heart. I was born in East Los Angeles and raised in Southern California, and there's no other place I'd rather live. Tupac Shakur, the late rapper, said it best in his song "To Live and Die in L.A." "To live and die in L.A., it's the place to be. You've got to be there to ...

CSUN Painting Guild’s ‘Painting: Friend or Faux?’

Daily Sundial

May 23, 2005

How can a medium like painting, so easily manipulated, be called upon to represent anything? The CSUN Painting Guild may have the answer in their newest art exhibition, "Painting: Friend or Faux?" The exhibition, located in the CSUN West Gallery in the Art ' Design Department, is a collection of works tha...

California dreaming is nothing more than a big, empty dream

Daily Sundial

May 23, 2005

California dreaming on a winter's day won't do anyone any good, especially not this year. As devastating as the recent slew of storms and unconventionally bad weather has been, they regrettably are not the only things we have to complain about, living in this stereotyped region swooned over by the ...

Here’s a hint: They simply aren’t that interested in you

Daily Sundial

May 23, 2005

When it comes to love and relationships, your parents' enthusiastic motivation of "never give up" and "never say die" might leave you with nothing more than a restraining order. So, for everyone who doesn't view a 200-feet stay away court order as a sign of true love, it might be time to take a hint....

Social Security reform not simply a bureaucratic duty

columnist

May 23, 2005

The Bush administration has been indicating that the first order of business the president would like Congress to address is Social Security reform. This is because a crisis is looming in the Social Security system that will cause its eventual collapse. Even the president's critics do not doubt this ...

New athletic arena, PAC not mutually exclusive additions

Guest Columnist

May 23, 2005

What on our campus is small, outdated, and desperately in need of replacement? If you answered the Performing Arts Center, you're right. And if you answered the Matadome, home to our basketball and volleyball teams, you're also right. Both facilities are like open wounds in need of medical attentio...

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