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Same-sex couples should be allowed to adopt

Maliha Jafri April 6, 2006

Religious groups and state courts are struggling with the issue of same-sex couples adopting children. The Roman Catholic bishops in Massachusetts are seeking an exemption from state anti-bias laws to...

Gay couples wonder if ‘I do’ will ever be legal

Carol Morales April 6, 2006

In the five years they have known each other, 18-year-old Sarah McIlvaine and Autumn Benson dated, committed to a long-term relationship and began to talk about living together, but now wonder if they...

Same-sex marriage still mostly illegal in U.S.

Mike Siciliano April 6, 2006

Despite the many attempts to challenge laws banning same-sex marriages, the U.S. Supreme Court has yet to rule on the constitutionality of the topic and set a nationwide precedent, said Christopher Shortell,...

A.S. Senate doubles money given to Black Graduation Committee

defaultuser April 6, 2006

The Associated Students Senate doubled the amount of money to be given toward a black graduation ceremony at its April 4 meeting. The Black Graduation Committee hosts a graduation ceremony for black students...

LGBTA to hold ‘Day of Silence’ for violence victims

Joseph Wilson April 6, 2006

The CSUN Lesbian, Gay Bisexual, Transgender Alliance will hold an event called "Day of Silence" aimed to bring awareness about violence committed against homosexuals, transsexuals and bisexuals. The event...

Response to March 30 column on financial aid

defaultuser April 5, 2006

The CSUN Financial Aid and Scholarship Department successfully assists more than 18,500 students per year, thereby doing as the writer of the March 30 column "Financial Aid flaws serious roadblock to students"...

A.S. Voting Guide

defaultuser April 5, 2006

Important instructions to make your voice count in campus elections this week: In order to make participating in campus elections as convenient as possible and in effort to increase voter turnout, campus...

Letter to the editor

defaultuser April 5, 2006

On Friday, March 31 we celebrated Caesar Chavez by closing the campus. In the last few days, we have also noticed thousands of students walking out of class to protest attempts to "further restrict" illegal...

Online election for A.S.

Joseph Wilson April 5, 2006

The 2006 Associated Students online election began April 4 for the positions of A.S. president, vice president, and senators. Students can only vote online for the candidates and the vote count is scheduled...

SAT scoring errors worry prospective CSUN students

Sandy Archila April 5, 2006

Only a few prospective CSUN students had SAT scores that were incorrectly scored by the college board, said a CSUN official. Eric Forbes, director of Admissions and Records at CSUN, said about six applicants...

Putting our education to use

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Ernesto Elizarraraz / Daily Sundial Rachel Nichols, senior mechanical engineer major, operates a Computer Numerically Controled Lathe shaping computer-drafted car parts. JASON TANNER / DAILY SUNDIAL...

CSUN professor, alumni strive for public office, hope to inspire students to activism

OnTay Johnson April 5, 2006

Professors, both current and past, and alumni want to both strive for office and inspire students to work for political change. Gabriel Buelna, Chicano/a studies professor and CSUN alumnus, said the inspiration...

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