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Brief history, meaning of Veterans Day

History of why we honor those who have served this Veterans Day

Civil Rights Movement Exhibition Opens in Los Angeles

A new exhibition about the Civil Rights Movement opened on Oct. 17 in downtown and will run through the rest of the year.
A Dia de los Muertos

Facts to know about Dia de los Muertos

Find out what you should know about Dia de los Muertos

5 years of reported sexual assaults at CSUN

A breakdown of the 26 sexual assaults that occurred on campus over the course of the last five years
A finished sope topped with meat, lettuce, tomatoes and sour cream.

Recipes for Dia de los Muertos

Recipes to try for Dia de los Muertos
Chart labeled: "The Number of Imprisoned 18-34 Year Olds in 2014"

The highest imprisonment rates in the world

A look at the most recent numbers of imprison rates of 2014.

The gender gap in code

The gender ratio in computer science classes reflect the work force in technological occupations.

Group against police brutality warned for permit-less distribution of fliers at...

The LA-based advocacy group objected after they were told that official permits were required to distribute literature on the CSUN campus.

Tech Tuesday: ‘Hover-boards’

Cruising two-wheeled 'hover-boards' are new form of campus travel.
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