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Medicare For All protesters aim to educate the public

Protesters wave their picket signs at Pershing Square

Carolyne Hogikyan

February 7, 2017

Republicans are still threatening to repeal Obamacare, but Medicare For All protesters are pushing to replace it with a single-payer system. A single-payer system aims to replace for-profit health insurance with universal healthcare. Kenneth Mejia, green party candidate for California's 34th congressional district,...

San Fernando Valley tackles human trafficking

man trims tree branch

Carolyne Hogikyan

January 30, 2017

Human trafficking is spreading throughout the San Fernando Valley, but district officials are cracking down on the issue. According to Councilwoman Nury Martinez, the intersection of Sepulveda Boulevard and Valerio Street is infamous for trafficking. Martinez's main concern is to protect young...

Five talked about moments in 2016: News Edition

Protesters chant,

Carolyne Hogikyan

December 30, 2016

* The number order does not signify the importance of each event. 1. U.S. Presidential Elections Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton drew much attention during their run for presidency. Current president-elect Trump was criticized for a video of himself discussing sexual aggression towards women, ...

President Harrison delivers Annual Welcome Address and Reception

Matador band is lined up outside of VPAC

Carolyne Hogikyan

August 27, 2016

CSUN President Dianne Harrison held her fifth Annual Welcome Address and Reception Thursday, at the Valley Performing Arts Center. She began the address by asking all attendees to give a moment of silence for faculty members who passed away this year, as she offered her deepest condolences. Harrison...

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