The Sundial

  • September 23BREAKING: CSU Board of Trustees announce Fresno State president Joseph I. Castro as next CSU chancellor
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CSUN not increasing minimum wage along with LA guidelines, but with state

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Stacey Arevalo

September 23, 2016

The #Fightfor15 campaign ensued discussions regarding the increase of the minimum wage to what many referred to as a livable wage of $15. On June 10 of last year, the Los Angeles City Council approved an ordinance to raise the minimum wage to $15 by 2020. According to the Los Angeles Minimum Wage and Offic...

Employment—Any rise is a good rise

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Allessandra Lopez

April 15, 2015

For those of us who have had to search for jobs, we know that job hunting is not the easiest thing to do.Filling out applications, having numerous interviews and still not getting the job that you want can be a huge letdown. One might simply feel discouraged but one must not simply give up. Unemploym...

Construction of new freshmen suites in progress

Construction of new freshmen suites in progress

Bianca Santillan

October 21, 2013

CSUN’s USU Board of Directors (BOD) and student attendees discussed the construction of two new buildings containing 400 freshman suites that will take place next year. The hour-long BOD meeting, held in the Grand Salon in the USU, touched on topics such as the freshmen suites’ second phase of co...

Some degrees pay off better than others

Christina Bennett

September 24, 2012

In an economy teetering on the edge of stability and an uncertain future for CSUs, students may worry whether they will find a job. But even with a degree, students might find that their respective major does not guarantee economic security. The top-10 college majors that pay the most are all in math...

Students can jeopardize employment over inapropriate Facebook behavior

Brian De Los Santos

May 16, 2011

President Barrack Obama and countless of celebrities have one. You network with friends and family through it. However, among the circle of your Facebook page visitors, there might be another member lurking through your profile you might feel uncertain about, your boss (or future boss in certain cases).   As thousands of students across the nation turn the tassel and graduate wit...

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