Letter to the Editor: We Need to Acknowledge and Address Our...

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RE: Six Impossible Things Before Breakfast Graduation rates and course grades for underserved student populations (Black, Latinx, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islanders, and American Indian...

Our World Now: Islands in Peril

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The threat sea levels pose to your summer plans is rising.

Learn from the past (or we’ll all be doomed to repeat...

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The alarming parallels between present climate conditions and Earth's deadliest mass extinction event in the Permian.

Letter to the Editor: From an Older, Elder Advocate.

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Dear Editor, Every day on the local and national news, we hear stories about sexual assaults, domestic violence, child abuse, harassment, police abuse, discrimination, school...

The necessity of safe spaces

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The reason safe spaces are needed and clearing up misconceptions

Share your opinion: Conflict in Syria

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What is your opinion about a potential missile strike on Syria?

Stepping beyond your limits

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Exploring other perspectives is a key part of the college experience. What are you losing by not stepping beyond your boundaries?

Our World Now: This just in…

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A commentary on the seriousness of global warming and the neglect of that importance

Our World Now: Emma Gonzalez Demands Gun Control

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A reflection on the impact of Emma Gonzalez's speech demanding gun control.

Drops in the bucket: Every vote counts

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This week, Matadors flock to their emails to vote for their student representatives. Have you done your homework?

Our World Now: The Cold Hard Facts

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This political cartoon steps into the near future to get a glimpse of what trouble global warming will bring!

Letter to the Editor: Six Impossible Things Before Breakfast

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RE: Traditionally underserved communities graduate from CSUN STEM programs at 23 percent – lowest in CSU system In a recent Sundial article addressing the high...
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