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How students are coping with Donald Trump’s win

How students are coping with Donald Trump’s win

Ryan Mancini

December 5, 2016

Donald Trump's election victory has prompted some students to deny the results, but this has pushed others to call out their peers for their course of action."I believe that there are some that have truly grasped what has happened and others that mainly shrugged it off with the idea that 'oh, it's no b...

Political science professors reflect on election results

Political science professors reflect on election results

Anthony Martinez

November 9, 2016

With the results of the presidential election in and Donald Trump the new president-elect, some political science professors on campus spoke about the electoral upset. During Trump’s campaign, several racist, sexist and homophobic comments were made by the presidential elect that ultimately did n...

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...

Vote no on Proposition 1

Vote no on Proposition 1

Nicole Armstrong

October 30, 2014

Let’s face it, if we know anything about climate, we should know droughts do not just last three years. Scientist are predicting a long term 20-year drought in California. We all know who Jerry Brown is, right? But the majority of the population does not know who Pat Brown is. He is the origin...

Yes on Prop 2

Yes on Prop 2

Manny D. Araujo

October 29, 2014

Only a few years ago the state was in a $26 billion deficit. Public schools made arduous cuts to their programs and voters approved new temporary taxes to help manage the state’s budget. Now, in the first time since 2007, the state has ended its fiscal year with a surplus and projects that a...

No on Prop 46

No on Prop 46

Calvin Ratana

October 29, 2014

  Let’s put it this way, no one wants a professional healthcare worker to be drunk or high off drugs while on their shift. Also, in today’s society financial compensation for wrongdoings is commonplace, because money can somehow fix everything. Proposition 46 aims to address the pr...

Yes on Prop 45

Alicia Zerai

October 29, 2014

  How many times have you been financially jeopardized or nearsighted by that fine print on your policy, notifying you of a substantial insurance rate increase? I’m almost positive that we have all faced a situation in the recent years of Insurance peaks, without being fully aware of t...

Yes on Prop 47

Yes on Prop 47

Melisa Fumbarg

October 29, 2014

“Let the criminals out of jail,” would be the end of any conversation. That is until Proposition 47 was introduced. With the elections quickly approaching, it can be difficult to understand the meaning behind the propositions. However, in this case I recommend voting yes for Proposition 47. Proposition 47 is a p...

Have a say in how Associated Students spend your money

Have a say in how Associated Students spend your money

Taylor Villescas

March 24, 2013

This isn’t high school anymore, kids. This is college. Student government can make more important decisions than what color palette should be used for prom this year. And as the annual elections for Associated Students dawns upon us, it’s important that we the students stand up and take notice...

Citizens United opens super PAC attack on their peers– you and me

Joseph A. Tomaszewski

February 22, 2012

Joe Tomaszewski Daily Sundial   On November 3rd,  voters will decide which party will control the Senate and the House of Representatives and who the next president will be. Growing on the horizon is likely the  biggest wave of political ads to ever flood our media.  Because the Supre...

CSUN community reacts to election results

Jackie Holmes

November 3, 2010

Many students are dissatisfied that Proposition 19, the proposition that would legalize marijuana did not pass during Tuesday’s election. “It’s interesting in a lot of ways,” said senior Erik Zornes, history major.  “Everyone acts surprised but it’s a state that voted yes on Proposition...

Students urge to vote in Tuesday’s election

Aimee Lastrella

November 1, 2010

Students are still encouraged to vote despite Mayor Gavin Newsom’s rally cancellation Monday. Nareg Babaians, the vice president-elect of the Young Democrats Club, said they had to turn away supporters from the Matador Square and although the cancellation of the Rock the Vote Rally with Mayor Newsom...

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