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The opposition to recognition

Contributor

May 4, 2010

Arby Eivazian Contributing columnist Armenians are the loudest advocates for recognition of the genocide of WWI. The United States, which has a significant Armenian population, has through the foreign relations committee in congress adopted recognition of the historical fact but the bill has...

Letter to the editor: May 4, 2010

Contributor

May 4, 2010

Dear editor, Contrary to the ancient superstitions of the Catholic church, it is not the special mediator of God on this earth; the Pope is not infallible and no closer to divinity than the horde of prostitutes who congregate within Vatican city on Sundays. The Church is a man-made institution...

Letter to the editor: April 26, 2010

Contributor

April 26, 2010

Hey Harrison, First off, thank you for writing this op ed. I love the fact that our country has freedom of speech, so whether or not I agree with you is not the issue. You said what you felt, and that’s a difficult thing to do. What's even more difficult is handling the criticism and hateful remarks...

Letters to the Editor

Administrator

September 15, 2009

Dear Editor and CSUN community, Thursday’s “So whose pleasure is it anyway?” “Sex Talk” article was appalling.  There must be a better way to get students to read the Sundial than showing a woman’s head in a man’s crotch and asking students intimate details about their sexual prefere...

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