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Sundial’s new outlook for the next 50 years

defaultuser January 27, 2007

It is far too easy to get stuck in a routine. When groups of students have been publishing a newspaper for half a century, a milestone that the Daily Sundial will celebrate this semester, it is tempting...

Women close in on conference lead, drop UCSB 66-64

Debby von Winckelmann January 26, 2007

While most CSUN students were relaxing on their winter break, the women's basketball team was winning games and, in the process, accumulating an impressive list of accomplishments. The most recent addition...

Suspects still sought in on-campus crimes

Hilda Yeghishian January 26, 2007

As the spring semester rolls around so do the crime alert bulletins in and around the CSUN community. Two crimes were reported within the two weeks before school started. An unidentified suspect allegedly...

CSU students could see tuition rise after governor’s budget

DANIEL ANTOLIN January 26, 2007

Higher tuition may be in store for California State University students starting this fall, as Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger has not proposed paying off a student fee hike in 2007 as he did a year ago, the...

CSU Board of Trustees votes to give executives raises

Sam Womack January 26, 2007

California State University Board of Trustees approved a 4 percent raise for 28 CSU executives Tuesday while student fee increases are up in the air, the members of the California Faculty Association fight...

Stressed-out students request class withdrawals

John Manalang January 26, 2007

In the pursuit of academic excellence, stress can be a student's most challenging obstacle. Grades and social lives often suffer. Even more alarming is the fact that unmanaged stress can greatly diminish...

Decrease in loan rates passes in the House of Representatives

Kriti Sood January 26, 2007

The attempts to lower interest rates on need-based student loans by Democrats have received different reactions from various political groups. To some, it might seem to be a noticeable effort toward making...

Tuition hikes not something to gripe about

PAUL CASTILLO January 26, 2007

A favorite topic of discussion among college students is the high cost of higher education, and CSU students are once again going to be able to gripe about a fee increase. If the CSU Board of Trustees...

Late withdrawal now easily abused

Katrina Mossberger January 26, 2007

We are all stressed. Ask any random student on campus. There will be tons of tales about the hardships of life and how a student struggles to cope. Well, relief is in sight. Students can now drop their...

Matadors fail to gain ground

Ivan Yeo January 26, 2007

The CSUN men's basketball team is quietly asserting itself as a contender in the Big West Conference. After dropping its first two conference games, the Matadors have quickly regrouped, winning four of...

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