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The Title IX office : a place students can turn to?

The Title IX office : a place students can turn to?

Michaella Huck, Opinion Editor

February 6, 2020

One in four women reportedly experience sexual assault during their college career, and only one in five contact the Title IX office about their experiences. The CSUN campus has numerous resources that are designed to help victims of sexual misconduct get the justice they deserve, one of the most...

Campus Hearings Could Soon Be Mandatory

Campus Hearings Could Soon Be Mandatory

Gillian Moran-Perez, News Editor

February 5, 2020

A new wave of regulations on sexual harassment was proposed by U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos under the Department of Education in November of 2018, where many of the rules will clarify and reinforce Title IX policies across college campuses. The goals of these regulations are to ensure a fair...

A.S. Senate approves appointees

A.S. Senate approves appointees

Orlando Mayorquin, Reporter

February 4, 2020

The Associated Students Senate voted to unanimously approve the appointment of four senators on Monday as part of an effort to fill eight vacancies created by resignations. The senate approved the appointment of Kavya Dhyasani, Senator for the College of Engineering and Computer Science, Adrian De Leon,...

A look into the Values across Generations

A look into the Values across Generations

Gillian Moran-Perez

January 29, 2020

Age may separate a generation, but values never will.What an Air Force Veteran’s Life Came Down ToDavid Ostrow was born Jan. 29, 1944 during World War II. About 18 years later, Ostrow graduated from high school and did a year at Bronx Community College, but quickly gave up as he couldn’t...

What to know about the California REAL ID

What to know about the California REAL ID

Kimberly Silverio-Bautista

January 27, 2020

A yellow bear logo with a star on your identification card will determine whether you’ll have access to some federal facilities, like federal courthouses, or travel nationally by plane starting on Oct.1, 2020. The California Department of Motor Vehicles' website states that “this optional ...

Minimum wage in 2020

Michaella Huck

January 24, 2020

As the cost of living continues to increase, California and Los Angeles County fight to adjust minimum wage to match the expenses that come with residency. In 2016, Governor Jerry Brown signed a bill that will slowly increase the state's minimum wage to $15 per hour for large employers by 2022 and by 20...

SWANA LA leads community members in protest against US attacks in Iran

SWANA LA leads community members in protest against US attacks in Iran

Gillian Moran-Perez

January 23, 2020

Southwest Asian and Northern African Los Angeles communities and other organizations gathered on Westwood Boulevard on Jan. 12 to protest the recent events in Iran and stand against war, the travel ban and sanction threats imposed by the U.S. government. SWANA LA members led protesters, including represent...

Keeping kids out of cages

Keeping kids out of cages

Madison Parsley

January 21, 2020

San Fernando Valley community members huddle wall to wall, willing to sit on the floor or stand in the hallways of a small human service agency in hopes of finding a solution that will put a stop to the looming fear of a migrant children's center that could soon be placed in the heart of Arleta. V...

Saugus Strong

Saugus Strong

Raychel Stewart

November 29, 2019

Thousands of Santa Clarita residents gathered at Central Park on Nov. 17 to honor the lives lost at the Saugus High School shooting, which took place on Nov. 14.Blue lights hung from necklaces against shirts that read “Saugus Strong,” and numerous speakers took the stage to extend their con...

Stop silencing communities of color and start listening to them

Stop silencing communities of color and start listening to them

Gillian Moran-Perez

November 23, 2019

Ethnic studies has gained momentum after reaching its 50th anniversary, as students, faculty and educators are fighting against the threats to remove the program. Stevie Raymond Ruiz, a professor in the Chicana/o studies department at CSUN, recently published an article called “Another Universit...

Latina Clothing Line Empowers Women

Latina Clothing Line Empowers Women

Kimberly Silverio-Bautista

November 21, 2019

San Fernando Valley resident Rachel Gomez realized there was a lack of Latina representation in the fashion industry. She noticed that not only were there were no brands that targeted Latina women, but most importantly, there were no brands that empowered them.This is why Gomez decided to create her o...

CSU students fight against quantitative reasoning

CSU students fight against quantitative reasoning

Elaine Sanders

November 20, 2019

On Nov. 20, students from multiple CSU campuses protested outside the CSU Chancellor's Office in Long Beach against the implementation of the quantitative reasoning requirement for freshman admission to the California State University System. The CSU board of trustees was originally scheduled to vote f...

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