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POLITICS PRO/CON: Is the GOP a women’s party?

Andrew Clark

August 31, 2012

The following two stories revolve around the GOP's stance on abortion and women's health, a conversation sparked by Republican Congressman Todd Akin's controversial remarks:  “If it’s a legitimate rape, the female body has ways to try to shut that whole thing down. But let’s assume that maybe th...

The best back to school apps

Christina Bennett

August 31, 2012

When back to school rolls around, your life tends to get more complicated, not simpler. Well good news, Matadors! We’ve sifted through the iTunes store and Android marketplace , handpicking apps that are the most app-licable for your return this semester. And they’re free!  Productivity 1. ...

Presidential candidates work to appeal to middle class voters

Andrew Clark

August 31, 2012

At the height of the 2008 Great Recession, filing for personal bankruptcy was prevalent among the middle class. Personal bankruptcy has primarily been a middle class trend, despite their college education and house ownership, which are historic ways to build wealth, according to “The Vulnerable...

Marijuana dispensaries get enough signatures to suspend ban proposed by the L.A. City Council

Marijuana dispensaries get enough signatures to suspend ban proposed by the L.A. City Council

Casey Delich

August 31, 2012

Medicinal marijuana users can count on getting their products from the same dispensaries as before now that the marijuana ban that was set to start in less than a week has been suspended.   Supporters of medicinal marijuana delivered 50,000 signatures to the City Clerk’s Office, who have  15 days to authenticate a ...

Lone Hoyas’ goal gives Matadors first loss of season

Lone Hoyas’ goal gives Matadors first loss of season

Ammons Smith

August 31, 2012

The Matadors were handed their first loss of the season Friday as they fell 1-0 to No. 23 Georgetown at North Kehoe Field. Northridge (2-1) matched the Hoyas (3-0) when it came to shots on goal, fouls and yellow cards, but Georgetown was more aggressive as they tallied more shots and corner kicks...

President Harrison’s salary revealed

Christina Pembleton

August 31, 2012

In a recent board of trustees meeting for the California State University system, the Committee of University and Faculty Personnel announced President Dianne Harrison’s yearly salary as $324,500, including her list of CSU approved benefits. The meeting, which took place July 17, disclosed Harris...

Matador Burger a promising CSUN product

Hansook Oh

August 31, 2012

The Matador Burger--a new menu item exclusively served at the Pub and the Arbor Grill--is a hefty, hearty and reasonably priced bite to eat when you are in need of some serious sustenance on campus. Though the beef could be more pungent in taste, the Matador Burger is an all-around pleasant addition...

Women’s Soccer: Potent offense proves plentiful in win

Casey Delich

August 31, 2012

Visiting Michigan became another victim of CSUN’s women’s soccer teams’ stingy defense, losing 1-0 at Matador Field Thursday night. Meeting for the first time, Michigan(4-1) looked overmatched from the start, and became the first Big-10 school CSUN has ever beaten. The match was hotly contested throughout, with CSUN(3-1-1) showcasing its offensive pressure throughout the ...

President Harrison celebrates the opening of the new transit station on campus

Jacqueline Kalisch

August 30, 2012

President Dianne Harrison celebrated the opening of the transit station on Aug. 30. The new transit center embodies CSUN’s commitment to achieving and attaining a more sustainable campus. Harrison hopes for the new transit station to help improve access to cost effective public transportation for...

CSUN celebrates transit hub opening

CSUN celebrates transit hub opening

Jonathan Bue

August 30, 2012

Story by Jacqueline Kalisch President Dianne Harrison celebrated the opening of the transit station on Aug. 30. The new transit center embodies CSUN’s commitment to achieving and attaining a more sustainable campus. Harrison hopes for the new transit station to help improve access to cost effective...

Stan “The Man” Lee opens up about maintaining a career at 89-years-old

Fredy Tlatenchi

August 30, 2012

And Stan the Man is starring in those blockbusters, himself. Now, in addition to his beloved cameo appearances in films that include Spider-Man, The Fantastic Four, X-Men and other Marvel superhero films, Lee is driving viewers to his new YouTube Channel, "Stan Lee's World of Heroes." The YouTube cha...

A.S. moves weekly meetings to Friday to increase student participation

Jacqueline Kalisch

August 29, 2012

A poll conducted by the Daily Sundial last semester indicated that students are unaware of what their student government, Associated Students, does. A.S. is responsible for the approved budget of over $7 million, which is distributed to students, organizations and clubs on campus. Sundial reporter...

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