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Desolate staff only lots need to be filled

Susan Murray March 23, 2010

It seems pretty logical to assume if you were to pull into a six level parking structure and you  happen to find a parking spot on the first floor you would take it. I mean, of course you would....

Letter to the editor: Mar. 10, 2010

William Herbe March 9, 2010

In response to Lisa Squier’s letter published Mar. 9: Lisa Squier: I am proud to be an active participant in the walkout.  My participation included classroom interruptions and blocking traffic...

The offensive ladies’ lavatory at CSUN

Alexandra Brell March 9, 2010

I have something to say; it has been on my mind for two and a half years and I have to get it off my chest: Ladies, you are slobs. Yes, I said it. Girls, you can be gross. What hurts the most is that...

Jose Gomez on walkout and arrest

Jose Gomez on walkout and arrest
Administrator March 9, 2010

Jose Gomez, senior chicana/o studies and Spanish major, walked out last Thursday to protest the budget cuts on the higher education system. He was arrested along with four other individuals.

Common Sense: Five questions for last week’s student protesters

Harrison Leonard March 8, 2010

Harrison Leonard Contributing Columnist 1. What did you hope to achieve by disrupting classes, blocking traffic, and being distractingly obnoxious? Can you think of any example in recent history where...

Letter to the editor: Mar. 8, 2010

Contributor March 8, 2010

Dear editor, With the ongoing budget cuts and sometimes unexpected tuition and fee hikes, it is easy to see why so many students are frustrated that they are paying more for less. Teachers are being required...

Will’s Worried Words: Wake up, Millennials. The dream is dying

William Herbe March 3, 2010

At one of last month’s Presidents Town Hall Meetings an audience member directed a question at CSUN President Jolene Koester. The man asked what more can students do to stop education’s disintegration....

Staff editorial: Public education’s crumbling down

Administrator March 3, 2010

We can’t afford health insurance, so we can’t get sick. We can’t keep up with the cost of living, so we go without electricity for a little while. Now we can’t afford tuition. Is the Gap still...

The Storm Isn’t Over

Sarah Smith February 3, 2010

Intimidation won’t improve the system, instead of coercion the administration should explore reasons why students aren’t graduating on time

Administrator January 31, 2010

Aaron Helmbrecht Contributing Reporter Given the draconian budget cuts of the Fall 2009 semester, I was not surprised to learn that CSUN administration officials have approved a measure that cuts...

Some alternatives before we break out into protests

Aaron Helmbrecht December 8, 2009

Aaron Helmbrecht CSUN operated in the midst of an approximately $41 million budget cut in the Fall 2009 semester, which led to cutbacks, including faculty furlough days, class cancellations, and tuition...

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