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How important are internships to the college education experience?

Sundial Special 2: The fluctuating value of internships

Daniel Shin June 10, 2015

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Unemployment rate finally below 8%

Natalie Rivera October 9, 2012

The national unemployment rate fell to its lowest percentage in the last four years, suggesting job growth during the summer. The drop could shift the presidential election and be a possible boost...

Study shows economy worries students

Reanna Delgadillo October 28, 2010

The recent economic downfall has severely affected senior Erik Maynard’s craft of music. “As a musician, I’ve noticed a lot less gig opportunities and I’ve had to change my tactics as far...

Journalist and award-winning writer discuss solutions to California’s financial crisis

John Michael Simko October 12, 2010

The Golden State has lost its luster with its improvising ways and a fundamental reason why California remains a disorganized and disheveled state. Journalist Joe Mathews and award-winning...

CSUN professors say nation’s economy will ‘continue to grow, just not as robustly as it has in the past’

Jackie Holmes September 20, 2010

It should be no surprise to anyone that the economy is not at its best. With all the jargon about the Federal Reserve and banks, and the new health care plans, it is enough to make anyone confused...

The audacity of leave-us-alone

Harrison Leonard August 24, 2010

Barack Obama is a friend of mine. Well, on Facebook. President Obama has seized upon countless opportunities this summer to promote his economic vision for America, defend his spending habits,...

President Obama, Stop the Deficit Spending

Alan Der Ohannessian February 22, 2010

President Obama says one thing and does the opposite. In his recent budget proposal, he said Americans should save more and spend less. Then he proposed a $3.8 Trillion budget plan. The gap between...

Floor mats, gas pedals and recalls

Wendy Peters February 1, 2010

As of November 2009, unintended accelerations in Toyota vehicles have accounted for 20 fatalities, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The acceleration concerns, explained...

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...

Staff Editorial: A sliver of activism brightens CSUN

Administrator December 2, 2009

The other day in class I witnessed something I have never seen in the four years of my college life. It happened during what I expected to be a three-hour lecture about media law when a student from...

Sarah Palin is not so different than we are

Jesse Bob Harper November 23, 2009

Jesse Bob Harper Just to be clear, topping the short list of things I wouldn’t do to win a bet is casting a vote for Sarah Palin. For anything. Even as a joke, like writing her name in to be mayor...

Priority of distribution is disturbing

Pam Tapper November 18, 2009

On Nov. 5, Trish Regan, the anchor for CNBC’s ‘The Call,’ reported that some Wall Street firms had received significant doses of H1N1 vaccines. Goldman Sachs reportedly received 200 doses, and Citigroup...

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