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Occupy LA debates becoming non-profit organization

After the rock shows and marching was over, Occupy LA’s finance committee proposed organizing a 501 (c) (4) nonprofit organization in the name of...

Occupy movement comes to CSUN

CSUN Greens and other student activist groups organized Occupy CSUN Thursday, participating in solidarity with 100 other universities in a movement to Occupy colleges. Bringing...

KCSN to begin taking on-air donations Oct. 14

Clarification:  The classical KCSN format was struggling due to a lack of federal funding, which resulted in changing the format from classical to triple...

Battling depression as a college student

>>Some names have been changed to protect identities. For Rich Foster, life was not something to be happy about. Thoughts of self-contempt and guilt were ever-present...

Proposition to tax California oil for education

What do schools and oil companies have in common? Nothing yet, but if a California initiative passes, taxes on one could be given to another. Initiative...

Californians occupy Los Angeles City Hall in protest

Hundreds of protesters marched in downtown Los Angeles Saturday in a show of solidarity with fellow protesters on the east coast. The group gathered at...

Former White House counsel John W. Dean lectures about authoritarian conservatives

Former White House counsel John W. Dean lectured on the dangers of authoritarian personalities in politics Wednesday night in the Valley Performing Arts Center...

Government tax breaks: green energy, urban development, video games?

The New York Times announced last week that the video-game industry receives huge tax incentives, taking advantage of every tax deduction, credit and subsidy...

Cal States, UC’s and community colleges become more transparent

California’s Legislature voted to shine a light on state colleges’ records and documents starting Jan. 1, 2012, when previously unavailable information will be made...

California ‘Jobs First’ bill shot down in the senate

Gov. Jerry Brown’s California Jobs First bill, SB116, failed in the Senate last Friday after gaining no republican votes, despite Brown’s announcement of a...

Making ends meet as a college student

Students’ wallets, bank accounts and trust funds have felt the tightening grip of tuition costs. Many are scrambling to make ends meet after a...
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