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Workers set up display for African American art.

Letter to the editor: don’t forget the social sciences

While I appreciate the passion and emphasis behind your September 24th editorial (“Time to make science popular”), I’m concerned about its limited conception of...

Editorial: hold a rape prevention program with an all-male class

Let's start a program that functions to tell male students to keep it in their pants.
Neon Sign that reads "BIg Show"at Big Show on CSUN campus.

Editorial: we may be students, but we are still the press

While covering school events, let our reporters do their jobs.
A technician holds up a used flow cell.

Letter to the editor: science will surely drive us into a...

I was delighted to see the editorial “Time to make science popular.” Such attention at CSUN is rare. I agree that science needs to...
Six CSUN ice hockey players listen to coach as they prepare for a hockey game to begin.

CSUN ice hockey links past and present on and off the...

For CSUN ice hockey, alum provide more than just tips on the ice
Illustration of Pope.

Canonizing genocide

Step forward, then step back.
A police officer has a conversation with CSUN student.

Editorial: the right to solicit should be unregistered

Organizations from outside of CSUN should not be registered when they have their First Amendment right of assembly.

Men’s soccer increases win streak to three after sneaking by Toreros

Carlos Gonzalez keeps his offensive assault going in another CSUN victory

Editorial: a double standard at the expense of science education

There should be more financial, emotional investment in science communication

Editorial: enforcing safety while having fun

A great party is always looked out for, but there needs to be groundwork set so that the guests are looked out for too.

Stand firm and hope for the best

Volleyball players stand together after 18 vacated wins.

CSUN to increase graduation rate by 2025

The CSU system called on all campuses to increase full-time freshman's six-year graduation rate up to 60 percent by 2025.
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