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CSUN hosts Latino Legislative Caucus panel

Discussion focused on Latino political involvement in California politics
students discuss the sexual assualt of deaf and hard of hearing people

Preventing rape among deaf and hard of hearing students

CSUN hosted a discussion on preventing sexual assault, followed by a self-defense workshop

After cannabis legalization, CSUN students and faculty turn to research

Symposium next month will showcase topics such as medicinal uses, stigmatization
Gamma speaks with the small crowd after the movie

“SILA: Gatekeepers of the Arctic” airs on campus

Director Corina Gamma answered questions on “SILA: Gatekeepers of the Arctic.”

Town hall discusses black education on campus

Students and alumni spoke out about their experiences on campus
members of students for science pose for a photo outside of the education building

Students on campus to campaign at March for Science

A new campus group, Students for Science, plans to get students involved with the march
John Jackson gives a lecture at csun

UPenn professor sheds light on race and political discourse

Dr. John L. Jackson Jr. advocates for racial and political understanding.
People sit in rows as man presents after the film "Hands Up, Don't Shoot"

Short film “Hands Up, Don’t Shoot” premieres at CSUN

Screening was followed by a discussion of black life in Los Angeles
Christie Loscin sits at her desk and poses for a photo

CSUN grad shares knowledge on being published

Cristie Locsin describes her novel and technical training that helped her develop her writing.

CSUN to launch faculty/student built satellite to space

CSUN students and faculty are getting ready to launch a satellite into space.
woman protests with poser that reads, "nobody deserves to live on the streets yes on H"

Measure S defeated and Measure H passed in low-turnout election

LA County voters decide not to place a two-year moratorium on city development and agree to combat homelessness.
still of the gender inclusive bathrooms in the Oasis center

States free to interpret Title IX against transgender students

The Trump administration removed a previous policy that allowed trans students to use the bathroom of their identity
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