The Sundial

  • November 24BREAKING: CSUN switching back to fully distance learning for the rest of fall semester
  • November 23CORONAVIRUS DAILY UPDATE: 6,124 new cases, 8 dead in L.A. County

Living Wage Ordinance faced tough fight

Jessyca Dewey January 31, 2007

By mid-December 2006, the upcoming year was looking up for the hotel workers in the Los Angeles International Airport area. On Nov. 27, Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa signed the Century Corridor living-wage...

CSUN looks to rise from the depths

Debby von Winckelmann January 31, 2007

CSUN head baseball coach Steve Rousey got two wins closer to his 100th career win after the baseball team opened the 2007 season at Matador Field Jan. 26 to 28 with a 2-1 series win against the University...

Daily Sundial’s new serialized story: ‘Waiting’

PAUL CASTILLO January 31, 2007

This is the beginning of the Sundial's new feature: a serialized story. You can read the next portion in the Sundial on Feb. 8. A man walks into the waiting room of a dentist's office. The bell on the...

Finance committee gives support to women’s rights events

Kristen Whitehurst January 31, 2007

The Associated Students Finance Committee voted Monday in favor of providing additional funds to the student organization Violent Acts Grounded for its projects conducted on campus. The committee voted...

CSUN students create magazine for new generation of readers

Hilda Yeghishian January 30, 2007

A new magazine called The American hit newsstands for the first time this January at CSUN and various junior colleges in the Los Angeles County. David MacNeal, a 21-year-old magazine journalism major at...

Federal minimum wage raise stalls in Senate

Kari Thumlert January 30, 2007

As part of the Democrats' first 100 hours agenda, the attempt to expeditiously pass legislation to increase the federal minimum wage has hit a snag in the U.S. Senate over tax breaks for small business...

Matadors follow historic victory with loss

Ivan Yeo January 30, 2007

The last time the CSUN women's basketball team defeated the UC Santa Barbara Gauchos, Ronald Regan was president of the United States, the Soviet Union still existed, Michael Jackson won eight Grammy's...

Disappointing first half for Matadors

Ivan Yeo January 30, 2007

The CSUN men's basketball team ended their first half of conference play on a rather sour note, as the Matadors lost both of its games at home over the previous week, the first one a 67-57 setback to the...

CSUN professors weigh in on Bush’s State of the Union address

Sam Womack and Lauren Robeson January 30, 2007

When President George W. Bush gave his State of the Union address on Jan. 23, he was entering a new world, one defined by the Democrats' gain of both the House of Representatives and the Senate in the...

Minimum wage hike doesn’t address deeper issues

Katrina Mossberger January 29, 2007

As many students are probably aware, the minimum wage in California was increased at the beginning of this year from $6.75 to $7.50 per hour. The state minimum wage will increase again to $8 per hour in...

Why A.S. elections always get low turnout

PAUL CASTILLO January 29, 2007

It's once again time to start the process of electing the officers of the Associated Students. I find myself wondering, as I'm sure many of my peers ask themselves when confronted with such elections,...

Cost to students of CFA negotiation failure

James David Ballard January 29, 2007

As students arrive back on campus they may find the faculty and administration in a public dispute and rather intense struggle over three issues: 1) increased fees for students (faculty oppose these),...

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