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The CSUN Faculty Senate voted to pass a resolution that opposes the proposed implementation of Assembly Bill 1460 that was signed into law by Gov. Gavin Newsom on Aug. 17. AB 1460 is a new three-unit ethnic studies requirement for all CSU campuses and will go into effect for students graduating in the 2024-2025 school year.

Landslide win: Gavin Newsom defeats recall attempt

Rocky Walker, Reporter September 17, 2021

Landslide win: Gavin Newsom defeats recall attempt Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom won the fight against his recall in a victory Tuesday night, with a projected 63% of voters choosing not to remove him...

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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...

Voters cast their ballots at the CSUN voting center in Redwood Hall in Northridge, Calif., on Tuesday, Sept. 14, 2021.

Photo essay: CSUN hosts voting center for California recall election

Carolyn Burt, Social Media Editor September 14, 2021

On Tuesday, CSUN hosted a voting center for the 2021 California Recall Election. Eligible voters in Los Angeles County were able to vote in person at Redwood Hall on campus.  The ballot consisted of...

Gov. Gavin Newsom signs AB 1460 into law, requiring all CSU students to take a 3-unit ethnic studies in order to graduate.

Examining the Recall Election of Gov. Gavin Newsom

Shannon Carter, News Editor September 13, 2021

On Sept. 14, California voters will have the opportunity to decide whether or not to keep Gov. Gavin Newsom in office, through the state’s recall election. The recall election, which is a process...

Yellow roses were placed at the Matador Statue in California State University Northridge in Northridge, Calif. in honor of the upcoming 20th anniversary of 9/11 on Thursday, Sept. 9, 2021.

Remembering 9/11: The 20th anniversary

Trevor Morgan, Online Editor September 11, 2021

Twenty years ago on this day and at the exact time of the publishing of this article, 8:46 a.m. EST, American Airlines Flight 11, departing from Boston and bound for Los Angeles, crashed into the north...

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...

The University Library, formerly known as the Delmar T. Oviatt Library.

Changes are coming to CSUN, here’s what you need to know

Sebastian Artola, Reporter August 26, 2021

Over the past year, there have been numerous changes in the wake of the pandemic, including in our own community here at CSUN. Amid all of the changes at CSUN, President Erika D. Beck’s administration...

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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...

CSUN's 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...

An unhoused neighbor and protester stands on the steps of Los Angeles City hall while attending a rally in opposition of a proposed motion to amend LA Municipal Code 41.18 in Downtown Los Angeles, Calif. on Wednesday, July 28 2021. As demonstrations continued LA Council Members voted in favor of the amendment, which aims to criminalize individuals who sit, lie or sleep on public property within specified times and locations; including up to 500 feet of a designated overpass, underpass, freeway ramp, tunnel or bridge.

Unhoused community, activists protest against LA’s homeless encampment law

Briana Walden, Staff Photographer August 10, 2021

On July 28, the Los Angeles City Council voted on a motion to amend Municipal Code section 41.18, which aims to criminalize individuals who sit, lie or sleep on public property within specified times...

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Fatal Shooting near Northridge Fashion Center

Alexia Mersola, Reporter August 9, 2021

Police are still searching for the suspect involved in a shooting at an apartment complex in the 9400 block of Corbin Avenue in Northridge late Friday afternoon. The victim was killed in the shooting,...

The CSU announced on Tuesday that it  will require all students, faculty and staff to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 for the upcoming fall semester.

Cal State University to require COVID-19 vaccination for fall semester

Sebastian Artola, Reporter July 28, 2021

The California State University system announced Tuesday that all students, staff and faculty who are coming to campus will be required to be fully vaccinated against the coronavirus. This announcement...

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