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CSUN students share how the travel ban has affected them

People protest the travel ban

Nathan Hickling

February 17, 2017

When something becomes as controversial as the recent travel ban, targeted towards seven Muslim-majority countries in the Middle East, it's difficult to remember exactly where the idea began and where the rhetoric took over. When President Donald Trump issued the executive order last month barring travel from Iran, Iraq, Lib...

Student Travel Column: Destination Iran

Yazd in Iran. This ceremony in Iran is called

Julie Gauthier

November 30, 2015 Mandana Azimi, 31, is a CSUN student years old, student in Mass Communication who traveled to Iran. Q: Where did you travel? A: "Different parts of Iran such as Qeshm and Kish iland, Yazd, Isfahan, Shiraz...

Election 2016: the messy catastrophe

(Robert Gauthier/Los Angeles Times/TNS)

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...

Obama, step up stance on Iran

John Kami

March 17, 2010

John Kami Contributing reporter Our president’s approach to solving Iran’s issues could hurt his image as President of a first class nation. Upon entering office, Obama blamed his predecessor as the reason for Iran not being fair to the world. He did not realize that Iran has had a long history of...

Ahmadinejad says no gays in Iran

John Kami

February 9, 2010

John Kami Contributing reporter The Islamic Republic of Iran has had a long history of human rights violations. Among these crimes against humanity are those committed upon gays by Iran’s government. For those of you who are unaware, “President” Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was allowed to speak at Columbia University after ...

Iran’s abuse of power extensive

John Kami

January 25, 2010

John Kami Contributing reporter Since its inception, Iran’s government has abused human rights. Its government has stood on the grounds of false accusations against innocent victims, thievery, torture, and embarrassing the Shia sect of Islam. Unfortunately, many people have been fooled that t...

U.S. is bullying Iran’s nuclear program

Sara Nasrallah

December 2, 2009

Sara Nasrallah Owning nuclear weapons seems to be controlled by the elite countries of the world: the United States, Russia, the United Kingdom (England), France, and China. The power structure of the Middle East, and the “peace process” in general, are controlled by the United States. The...

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