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Need help with taking care of your wellbeing? Learn more about the health services CSUN offers to students

Grace Da Rocha, Reporter October 5, 2021

Services are returning throughout CSUN’s extensive health system as we dive deeper into the fall semester. The Klotz Student Health Center, University Counseling Services and Oasis Wellness Center had...

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L.A. County to require proof of vaccination for entry to indoor bars, breweries and more

Trevor Morgan, Online Editor September 15, 2021

Bars, wineries, breweries, nightclubs and lounges in Los Angeles County will soon require proof of vaccination before entry. L.A. County Department of Public Health Director Dr. Barbara Ferrer made...

LA renters are protected from eviction during the COVID-19 crisis.

California’s eviction moratorium still stands. But is that enough?

Rocky Walker, Reporter September 10, 2021

While California’s reopening has boosted the economy’s recovery from the throes of the COVID-19 pandemic, numbers suggest that many are vulnerable to slipping through the cracks, and with the Supreme...

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CSUN offers students free COVID-19 vaccination on Aug. 22-23

Sebastian Artola, Reporter August 20, 2021

In order to help the campus community continue to fight COVID-19, CSUN is again offering free vaccinations at the campus on Aug. 22 and 23, right before the start of the fall semester. This comes in...

CSUNs Klotz Student Health Center continues to offer limited services to students throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.

What the Klotz Student Health Center offers CSUN students in the summer, fall semester

David Nunez, Reporter August 11, 2021

There are plenty of services offered at CSUN’s Klotz Student Health Center that many students, especially new ones, don’t know about. The Klotz Center is one of many resources that CSUN offers to...

Candy, left, and Kimberly Magaña look out the window of their apartment in North Hills, Calif., on April 1, 2021.

Latino families in Los Angeles share their worries, fears on reopening schools

Evelin Robles, Reporter April 23, 2021

San Fernando Valley Latino parents are unsure of Assembly Bill 86, a plan recently approved by California lawmakers to reopen schools by the end of April. Some Latino parents share similar fears about...

ONEgenerations sign on its building in Van Nuys, Calif., on Wednesday, April 21, 2021. The organization hosted a pop-up clinic, which provided 300 vaccinations to members of the community.

San Fernando Valley senior center steps up to vaccinate the community’s most vulnerable population

Blake Williams, Reporter April 23, 2021

ONEgeneration, a senior center that serves the San Fernando Valley, and Providence, a healthcare company, partnered to host a COVID-19 vaccine pop-up clinic on April 21 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the ONEgeneration...

The lab class lines up at their designated stations in the darkroom during the film photography lab class at the Art and Design Center at CSUN in Northridge, Calif. on Tuesday, Mar. 30, 2021.

A look at in-person classes during COVID: Film photography lab

Chris Torres, Photo Editor April 23, 2021

Prior to the pandemic, students in film photography labs learned how to develop film photos, create contact sheets and print their pictures at the CSUN darkroom. The sudden shift to virtual learning halted...

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Frontline Heroes: Kathy Huck, founder of About My Father’s Business

Anais Covarrubias, reporter April 22, 2021

Kathy Huck is a founder of About My Father’s Business, a Canoga Park organization that provides unhoused Angelenos with some of their most immediate needs, such as food, tents and clothing. Huck and...

Alan and Santina Byler take in the view from a high vantage point, where visitors can view the entirety of the Japanese garden in Huntington Library in San Marino, Calif., on Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2021.

Zen Zones: Places for Angelenos to relax under the sun

Nadine Cortez, Samantha Bravo, and Kaitlyn Lavo April 15, 2021

The coronavirus pandemic may have forced residents to stay home, but Los Angeles is an outdoor city — there are plenty of activities people can do to relieve the tensions brought on by the pandemic. From...

Tanner Rosenberg, a teaching associate for the physics and astronomy department, teaches circuit equations to his physics lab class at CSUN in Northridge, Calif. on Thursday, March 25, 2021. The class was held in the Live Oak building.

A look at in-person classes during COVID: Physics 100B

Chris Torres, Photo Editor April 13, 2021

The spring semester was mostly through virtual instruction, but what do the in-person classes held on campus look like? The photo series "A look at in-person classes during COVID" shows what face-to-face...

Laura Rathbone and Manny Flores from North Valley Cares Services at the United Methodist Church in North Hills, Calif. on Friday, April 2, 2021.

Frontline Heroes: Staff and volunteers of North Valley Caring Services

Trevor Morgan, Assistant News Editor April 9, 2021

Every Friday morning, more than 200 cars line up outside the North Hills United Methodist Church for a food pantry organized by the nonprofit organization North Valley Caring Services. The program has...

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