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Trump supporters return to Matador Walk

Trump supporters return to Matador Walk

Dalia Espinosa

October 5, 2016

CSUN Trump supporters returned to Matador Walk on Wednesday evening to campaign and converse with students. In a previous article written by The Sundial, the men were described as alleged Trump supporters. An anonymous source now says, “We are complete Trump supporters. You can ask any one of...

Election Month-down: the unanticipated start

Election Month-down: the unanticipated start

Ryan Mancini

October 2, 2016

With an election such as this, the first presidential debate between candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump is both a noxious reminder this election is still ongoing and that it's almost over. Or it may be the start of something worse. Either way, this debate surely showed it. Trump has found...

Trump campaigners regenerate protest

Trump campaigners regenerate protest

Glory Rose Cruz

September 21, 2016

A group of anti-Donald Trump students set up a sign that read “F*** DONALD TRUMP” besides alleged Trump supporters on Matador Walk Wednesday afternoon. Trump supporters were seen tabling with a set of signs, sign-up sheets, and a Trump mask. Karina Ortiz, a grad student, along with others were...

Politics on campus brings different opinions

Politics on campus brings different opinions

Genna Gold

April 18, 2016

As the 2016 political race continues, US citizens are not thrilled with their options for president. "The way I see it, Hillary would keep the status quo, Trump would essentially have an authoritarian regime and Bernie's way of wanting to run the nation would crash and burn," Uriel Rico, 20, political...

Poll: Who do you think won the Republican debate?

Poll: Who do you think won the Republican debate?

Contributor

October 28, 2015

The 15 GOP candidates have joined again to debate one another on issues that need and "need" to be discussed. Candidates Bobby Jindal, George Pataki, Rick Santorum and Lindsey Graham will take part in a smaller debate, whereas the rest of the gang of heavy-hitters will be onstage for prime time. Of those...

How I learned to quit worrying and love the Trump

How I learned to quit worrying and love the Trump

William Pond

September 24, 2015

Politics is fucked, man. This single sentence, more than anything else, has permeated the attitudes of the millennial generation. We have grown up in a world of political scandals, extremism and levels of political polarization so vast that approval ratings for Congress sit at 14%. There is a lack...

Roll up! Roll up! The political circus is here to stay

Roll up! Roll up! The political circus is here to stay

Sergio Monreal

September 22, 2015

It seems that the days of high political debate have long passed. To say that modern politics and political discourse have been degraded to a circus is a massive understatement. The Republican Party, which once produced such great presidents as Abraham Lincoln and Dwight D. Eisenhower, now seems to...

Election 2016: the messy catastrophe

Election 2016: the messy catastrophe

Ryan Mancini

September 18, 2015

Welcome to the second GOP debate, sloppy and painful. I was surprised to make it out alive. This debate symbolized a cresting high as the craziness commenced, until it met its undeniable climax evoking God, presidential code names and Ronald Reagan. The 11 candidates stood before Reagan's iteration...

As president, who else will you antagonize?

As president, who else will you antagonize?

Ryan Mancini

August 28, 2015

As with any other showdown, this one was just as inevitable. The frustration, the determination persisted as it began. It was brought to my attention on Wednesday morning that broadcast journalist Jorge Ramos took issue with the immigration policy of Donald Trump, the presidential candidate and magnate who...

Agonies of summer bring vague hope for fall

Agonies of summer bring vague hope for fall

Ryan Mancini

August 24, 2015

That feeling of summer as that free, revitalizing time of the year where the temperature slowly rises and all things are possible has reached its final days, its nauseous end. We left off last semester by witnessing a crushing defeat where nearly 5,000 students voted between the two student-run parties in Associated Students that either did or did not include s...

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