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Clubs and organizations to temporarily receive less money from Associated Students

Adria Brodie

September 21, 2010

CSUN clubs and organizations will receive less funding in the next couple of weeks until Associated Students (A.S.) receives its portion of freshman student fees. Vahan Khodanian, A.S. director of finance, said during his report Tuesday that the current balance for clubs and organizatio...

A.S. senator apologizes to organization

Adria Brodie

September 20, 2010

Associated Students (A.S) senator apologized Tuesday to the Gender and Women’s Studies Student Association (GWSSA) president after he justified funding two organizations for the same event. John Anderson, 22, G.W.S. major and president of the GWSSA, spoke during the open forum and addressed the...

A.S. encourages students to become more politically involved

Adria Brodie

September 14, 2010

A.S. has taken on the challenge set forth by the California State Student Association (CSSA) to register 10 percent of the California State University (CSU) system’s student population as registered voters before the 2010 California election. Kenya Parham, 22, director of legislative affairs, a...

A.S. Senate Meeting Coverage

Adria Brodie

September 8, 2010

Associated Students (A.S.) resumed its weekly meeting Tuesday after the inaugural ceremony inducted student government leaders for the 2010-2011 year. A.S. President Conor Lansdale and Vice President Neil Sanchez officially took their positions along with A.S. senators. Melinda Hambrick, senator...

LGBTA receives funding from A.S.

Adria Brodie

September 1, 2010

  CSUN Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Alliance club received $1960 from A.S. to educate and entertain students about the LGBT community. LGBTA president Martel Okonji, 21, sociology major, addressed the Senate Tuesday and requested funds for multiple events including National Coming Out Day...

A.S. general manager reports on A.S. and USU partnership changes

Adria Brodie

August 25, 2010

General Manager David Crandall reported Tuesday the upcoming changes between Associated Students (A.S.) and University Student Union (USU) partnership effective fall 2012. Currently, A.S. manages the Fitness Center while USU provides the facility and equipment support. In addition, A.S. operates...

Five things behind me to help you move forward

Alexandra Brell

May 5, 2010

Don’t have any regrets when you graduate. Take advantage of your freedoms and the diverse education while at CSUN. Photo Courtesy of Alexandra Chavez At the beginning of the year, I thought May would never come. I was ready for the end of the semester as soon as it began. The end is now six days away and ...

A.S. to vote on SB1070 resolution

Krista Daly

May 4, 2010

A resolution stating that CSUN will refrain from conducting business with the State of Arizona was tabled until May 25 because it was not approved in time for A.S. to vote on it. A.S. President Abel Pacheco told the senators to keep working on the resolution even though the semester is nearly ov...

Recycling Takes a Collective Effort

Wendy Peters

May 3, 2010

The CSUN community has about 200 recycling bins throughout campus and with a number of food courts and trash bins, this creates a draw for scavengers around campus who have become eyesores. Recycling has become quite a big business especially in larger communities and with the economy’s s...

A.S. Recycling Center to expand and improve facility, Consulting company paid $7,500 to complete feasibility report, plans must be approved before construction

Krista Daly

April 21, 2010

The A.S. Recycling Center is moving forward in implementing its plans of expansion starting with small additions such as more recycling bins around campus. “There is a vigorous but limited recycling effort on campus,” said David Crandall, A.S. general manager. The working conditions of the recycling center staff are not good, Crandall said in reference to the fact that a metal cargo container was turned into the staff’s office. “We realized ...

Swim teams gain A.S. support, resolution passed urges financial support

Krista Daly

April 20, 2010

A.S. approved a resolution Tuesday to commemorate the Men and Women’s Swim Team and to urge local businesses and alumni to support them through donations and moral support. “We did this to recognize what happened,” Senator Alex Samovitz said. “This is a major event.” The swim teams ...

Student Government Elections? Who gives a %^&*?

Dan Monteleon

March 29, 2010

My name is Dan Monteleone, Director of Elections of the CSUN Associate Students, Inc. Packets are available at the A.S. Office (USU-100) and are due March 3rd, 2010 at 4:30 PM. But to be honest, who cares? Who cares if your tuition is being raised semester after semester? Who cares if your classes...

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