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Former CSUN athlete sentenced to eight years in prison

Former CSUN athlete sentenced to eight years in prison

Bryanna Winner

October 20, 2019

In 2018, former men's soccer player Davis Moreno-Jaime was arrested after being accused of multiple sexual assaults on and around the CSUN campus. Police believed that Moreno-Jaime started assaulting women in 2017 as a freshman and possibly also earlier. The moment he was arrested by CSUN police, h...

The ROTC

The ROTC

Brendan Reed-Crabb

October 17, 2019

Students in the Reserves Officer Training Corps share about what they do, and how the program has impacted them in their college career.

Preparing for the 2020 Census: How a Community Plans to get Everyone Counted

Preparing for the 2020 Census: How a Community Plans to get Everyone Counted

Gillian Moran-Perez

October 16, 2019

Inside the glass offices of Pacoima City Hall, a Latina in a yellow cardigan was instructing representatives from different organizations across the San Fernando Valley on how to organize themselves for the upcoming United States 2020 census. In a matter of minutes, small groups were spread across th...

Saddleridge fire forces Thousands to Evacuate over the Weekend

Saddleridge fire forces Thousands to Evacuate over the Weekend

Shae Hammond

October 15, 2019

Evacuees from the Saddleridge Fire retreated to churches and recreation centers throughout the San Fernando Valley to escape smoke and flames from the fire which started late Thursday evening. Many of the evacuees were told to leave their homes early Friday morning. According to a Red Cross represe...

We Matter Week: Black Culture Shows its Face on Campus

We Matter Week: Black Culture Shows its Face on Campus

Michaella Huck

October 15, 2019

The Black Leadership Council hosted a four-day event, We Matter Week, last week in hopes of orchestrating a safe space for black students to discuss their experiences and celebrate their culture on campus.BLC is an umbrella organization that oversees all of the CSUN clubs that focus on black students....

Pacoima Beautiful: The Voice for Environmental Injustice

Pacoima Beautiful: The Voice for Environmental Injustice

Gillian Moran-Perez

October 14, 2019

On the corner of Telfair Avenue and Van Nuys Boulevard an auto body and other auto repair shops line the streets, filling the air with the sickly fumes of paint. A couple of yards away, a little girl munches on her taco while her family sits under a tent in front of a taco stand, talking to the vendors. T...

Ranchers and Firefighters battle Saddleridge Fire

Ranchers and Firefighters battle Saddleridge Fire

Logan Bik

October 11, 2019

The Saddleridge Fire has left the people of Sylmar and surrounding areas displaced from their homes, families and horses. A group of ranchers stuck around Thursday night to fight the flames and protect their horses and property. The Sandletree Ranch caretakers had fought the fires throughout the night ...

Faces of EOP and Ethnic Studies

Gillian Moran-Perez and Kimberly Silverio-Bautista

September 30, 2019

This year marks the 50th anniversary for Chicana/o studies, and this week the 50th anniversary of EOP at CSUN. We’ve decided to show our readers the faces behind these powerhouse organizations, from students whose lives were changed by EOP to professors fighting for ethnic studies. Their stories sh...

History of Cultural Studies at CSUN

History of Cultural Studies at CSUN

Raychel Stewart

September 28, 2019

This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Africana and Chicana/o studies departments. Their beginning was marked by extreme activism from students and faculty, a police standoff and the resignation of two university presidents, resulting in the formation of the first cultural studies departments at...

EOP Provides Student Ability to Achieve Success

EOP Provides Student Ability to Achieve Success

Kimberly Silverio-Bautista

September 25, 2019

Experiencing homelessness twice has kept Jose Andres Miramontes at CSUN for the past four and a half years. He doesn't want his mother, Lorena Vergara, and his sister Jazmin Miramontes, a college graduate from CSU Long Beach, to experience it again. Setback after setback made him believe college was impos...

The Period Poverty Crisis

The Period Poverty Crisis

Andrea Esparza and Noelle Nakamura

September 24, 2019

Sisters on the Streets fights against period poverty by providing women with menstrual necessities....

Photo Story: CSUN community skips class to join climate strike

Photo Story: CSUN community skips class to join climate strike

Elaine Sanders and Alexia Mersola

September 23, 2019

Students and faculty gathered in front of the Oviatt Library on Friday, Sept. 20 to participate in the Global Climate Strike in order to spur political action for climate change.The Global Climate Strike is an event consisting of climate change protests from Sept. 20-27 around the world. The strikers ho...

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