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More than just a class, Chicano Studies 495 HM: History of Mesoamerican Literate Societies, will provide internship and community opportunities for students
Jonathan Goldenberg and Zahraa Khuraibeh selected as president and vice president of A.S.
Layer 8 Computer Security club train vigorously to represent CSUN at the National Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition
After witnessing the gas attack in Syria that affected innocent civilians and children, Trump was prompted to take action.
Canoga Park celebrates its annual St. Patrick's Day Parade.
Attendees recall Jose Luis Vargas' impact and mentorship at Remembrance Walk.
An open discussion was held after Donald Trump rescinds bathroom bill.
Students should look out for some changes to the UDWPE exam.
CSUN students learned about trauma and eating disorders through the "Coping with Trauma: Hope Through Understanding" workshop sponsored by Joint Advocates on Disordered Eating...
The Museum of Broken Hearts hosted a party for people who wanted an anti-corny Valentine's Day
Hollywood stars and organization leaders gathered at Los Angeles City Hall to raise awareness about President Trump's travel ban
The College of Social and Behavioral Sciences hosted "The Policy and Legal Challenges of Distributed Groundwater Recharge" presentation and panel discussion on Tuesday night...
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