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Restructuring for Student Production and Campus Entertainment presented at A.S. meeting

Andrew Lopez

December 7, 2011

A restructuring plan initiated by the Associated Student government for Student Production and Campus Entertainment (S.P.A.C.E.) is stirring controversy amongst the two groups. According to A.S. Vice President Sydni Powell, there are three possible recommendations that the A.S. senate could choose. Two ...

A.S. presidential veto policy on chopping block for next fall

Ivette Lopez

November 30, 2011

The state legislature could change Associated Students presidents’ ability to veto policies beginning next fall. “As your A.S. president, I don’t like it,” said CSUN’s student government president, Amanda Flavin, during Tuesday’s senate meeting. According to CSUN’s Internal Affairs...

CSUN football hopes dashed because of finances

Ivette Lopez

November 1, 2011

Correction: In both the print and online versions of this story, Mr. Benson's name was spelled incorrectly on first reference.   A petition to bring back Matador football was rejected by the Associated Students judicial court, which decided to temporarily refuse moving the proposal forward...

President Koester holds summit for student leaders

Anthony Carpio

October 16, 2011

CSUN’s budget, student fees and advisement were all fair-game at the President’s Summit Thursday afternoon in the Oviatt Presentation Room. “The point that I wanted to get across is that we could have an open and respectful dialogue between university administration and student leaders,” said...

CSUN student lobbies A.S. to support taxes on oil companies to benefit state education

Justin Marks, English and Pan African studies major, presents a proposal for AB 1481 to the Associated Students senate.  Marks was seeking A.S. support for the bill that with enough signatures could be on the November ballot. Photo Credit: Ken Scarboro / Editor in Chief

Ivette Lopez

October 11, 2011

CLARIFICATION, Thursday, Oct. 13: Wednesday’s article “Taxing oil for school” did not specify what entity at Cal State Los Angeles supported AB 1481, the proposition calling for a new severance  tax on oil, the proceeds from which would go toward state education. Cal State LA’s Assoc...

Proposed changes to CSU selection process slows search for CSUN’s next president

Samantha Tata

September 18, 2011

The search for CSUN’s next president is running behind schedule thanks to a restructuring of the selection process by CSU officials, who will vote on the proposed changes Sept. 20 and 21. Recent controversy over president salary raises and simultaneous tuition hikes prompted the board of trustees...

A.S. leaders pass resolution opposing California budget

Brandon Hensley

August 28, 2011

  Associated Students passed a resolution in July objecting to Gov. Jerry Brown’s recent budget approval that would cut at least $650 million from the CSU. A.S. has been historically politically neutral, but this administration sent a message to Sacramento and CSU leaders condemning cuts to h...

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