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Disneyland should allow employees to wear religious attire while at work

Contributor

September 8, 2010

Arguing for the government: Cassandra Thieme When Disneyland forced employee Imane Boudlal to remove her hijab while at work, they committed discrimination—our long-standing fight since settlement here in America. Many settlers came to America in order to escape religious persecution and live in a fr...

Call for school spirit at debate

Juana Esquivel

March 21, 2010

Presidential candidates for student government encouraged CSUN students to come together and show school spirit in the A.S. presidential and vice presidential debate. The panel of candidates that advocated student involvement in the CSUN campus included current A.S. vice president Conor Lansdale, infor...

March 4 focus of A.S. debates

Krista Daly

March 21, 2010

A.S. candidates debated recent walk outs and what they will do as a senator to help students further their education. Luda Gogolushko and John Siritaranukui both are running for the Health and Human Development Senate seat, while Jonathon Polus and Jordan Lopez are running unopposed in their colleges of Humanities and Education. The turnout was minimal for the Wednesday d...

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