The Sundial

Matador women’s basketball team continues long road trip

Special to the Daily Sundial

November 30, 2005

Fresh off its weekend in Hawaii, the CSUN Matador women's basketball team now heads to Washington for a pair of games, the first against Eastern Washington in Cheney and the second, a rematch of the fifth-place game of the Hawaii Tournament, against the Washington State Cougars in Pullman. Eastern Washingt...

Fresh views needed in debate on immigration

Editor in Chief

November 30, 2005

President Bush will conclude his two-day trip to the south and southwest today as he continues his efforts to keep immigration law reform on the national agenda. But unlike Social Security reform, this particular issue might have some legs, and as with anything that this president manages to get his h...

CHIME schools teach merits of charter education

Daily Sundial

November 30, 2005

CHIME Charter Middle School in Chatsworth is home to more than 200 disabled and gifted children, and according to the school's principal, they're a big part of what makes the school unique. "Children that have disabilities don't have to be segregated," said Principal Renee Harvey. "We consider it (a) breac...

Diving in

Daily Sundial

November 30, 2005

Wild art

The dangers of trying to spark up an old flame

Managing Editor

November 30, 2005

Loneliness is a nasty emotion to overcome. Struggling to prevail over bouts of need, want and desire is difficult to achieve alone, especially when you recently broke it off with a boyfriend. As human beings and loving creatures, our innate nature tells us to run back to our exes when we feel lonely ...

Population changes present challenges to future California

Daily Sundial

November 30, 2005

As if California isn't already immensely populated, analysts recently estimated that California's population will increase along with its racial and age makeup by 2020 in a report, "Planning for California's Future," which was drafted by the California Budget Project. With an estimated additional 10 milli...

CSUN interpreters receive pay raise, but lose benefits

Daily Sundial

November 30, 2005

Hourly interpreters received a 29 percent increase in hourly salary this semester in an attempt by the university to retain their services, but at the expense of benefits, primarily vacation time and sick leave, which have been cut. "We're more competitive now with the implementation," said Gary Sanderson, inter...

Plans set for ‘Black Herstory’ event

Daily Sundial

November 30, 2005

The Women's Studies Student Association at CSUN will highlight black women's contributions in a first-time celebration to be held Feb. 13 to 17, 2006. The first observance of "Black Herstory" at CSUN will include a poetry and movie night, a lecture series, and entertainment shows that will focus on ...

Sundial Update

Daily Sundial

November 30, 2005

Student, faculty art sale set for Saturday in Art, Design Center The Art Department will host an annual art sale and painting student exhibition on Saturday that will display student and faculty artwork that will be available for purchase. The event, which will last from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., will showcas...

Childhood scars pave way for adulthood of possibilities

Daily Sundial

November 30, 2005

Sonia Panameno still carries the scars with her. On her body, they mark her knees; in her mind, they remind her how far she has traveled. She still gets emotional when she recalls her journey. "I think that I did suffer a lot, but many other people suffer much more," Panameno said. "I just didn't under...

Madonna delivers new old-fashioned dance music

Daily Sundial

November 29, 2005

She is the queen of controversy. An outspoken trend-setter, dancer, singer, actress and more recently, mother. Her name is Madonna, and she is back in the spotlight with her latest studio album, "Confessions on a Dance Floor." Her previous album, "American Life," a politically-aimed record, flopped and...

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