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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...

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...

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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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,...

Richard Grey embraces his friend Emma at Simi Valley Pride in Simi Valley, Calif. on June 26, 2021.

Rise Simi Valley Hosts its first Pride picnic, car rally

Kaitlyn Lavo, Staff Photographer July 2, 2021

Rainbows and smiles filled the Rancho Simi Community Park as families and community members of Simi Valley, Calif. came together to celebrate Pride on June 26. Simi Valley Pride, hosted by Rise Simi...

Signs lined up along the Hope of the Valley Rescue Mission Tiny Home homeless shelter in North Hollywood, Calif., on Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2021.

Tackling the homelessness crisis: What California, L.A. County have done so far

Steven Almeida, Reporter June 28, 2021

Data released in July 2020 indicated that the number of individuals experiencing homelessness in Los Angeles County has risen 13%. A Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority report revealed that L.A....

About 500 pairs of shoes were collected at Bee The Hopes shoe drive for the unhoused community on April 24, 2021 in Northridge, Calif.

Community Heroes: Bee The Hope, a student-run nonprofit organization

Trevor Morgan, Assistant News Editor May 20, 2021

This week's community heroes are the members of Bee The Hope, an organization run by students from Granada Hills Charter High School with a practical and pragmatic approach to combating homelessness in...

Protesters hold up a sign advocating Services Not Sweeps, during a protest against inhumane treatment of homeless people at Venice, Calif., on July 5, 2020.

L.A. councilmember listed tackling homelessness crisis as a priority. Activists argue his actions prove otherwise.

Jenna Wilson, Reporter May 13, 2021

Los Angeles Councilmember John Lee, who represents District 12, which includes Northridge, has the lowest number of motions moved in the past year. Activists argue Lee is prioritizing public safety, local...

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...

Pastor Kathy Huck

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...

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