Voodoo economics

If you attended high school in California, perhaps you recall those lame senior-year lessons in personal finance. In lieu of

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Working poor

Ask any student at CSUF why they subject themselves to the toil of academic tautology and you’ll get a simple

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War on reason

The un-winnable “war-on-drugs” is particularly inane in the case of marijuana, a plant surely less toxic than tobacco and less likely

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Weapons of destruction

Thanks to the National Rifle Association’s indefatigable lobbying, the federal assault weapon ban expires today. For the first time in 10

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9/11/2004

This Saturday marks the third anniversary. Sept. 11, 2004, should bring reflection for Americans as a people and introspection for the

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Grading failure

Next semester, CSUF professors will issue grades with the aid of plus/minus scaling. Students should eye this development wearily: we predict

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RNC: talk much, say little

During the buildup toward this year’s presidential election, we hoped that the contentious nature of the contest would help to educate

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ASI’s new beginning

Associated Students Inc., the all-student governmental body that was formed to advocate student interests from the campus to national level, has

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