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Aug. 30, 2021 | Volume 62, Issue 1

October 1, 2021

Click the image below to view the eMagazine Letter from the editor Know your rights: Things to know when talking to police Q&A: In the eyes of interim CSUN Chief of Police, Alfredo Fernandez Not...

Illustration of Twin Towers Correctional Facility by Carolyn Burt.

Solutions: School to Prison Pipeline

Ryanne Mena, Managing Editor September 20, 2021

In a time where the issue of policing has come to the surface in American society, some have shifted their focus to the issue of policing our schools, where children are criminalized. The school-to-prison...

Letter from the Editor

Letter from the Editor

Chris Torres, Editor in Chief September 20, 2021

Wide-ranging pandemics of infectious disease substantially augment mortality, but they also result in significant social, economic and political turmoil. From the Black plague of the 19th century to...

Too close for comfort: Ignorance of the pandemic crosses boundaries

Michaella Huck, Print Editor September 20, 2021

Viral videos of people having meltdowns have become normalized as the amount of time we have been in this pandemic has worsened. Social media comments would refer to people that explode about the mask...

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.

Solutions: Suspened Animation – Preparing for the end of L.A. County’s Eviction Moratorium

Edward nenedzhyan, Reporter September 20, 2021

In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, Los Angeles’s already significant unhoused population skyrocketed due to a devastating combination of turbulent financial hardships, limited housing and archaic...

The interior of Joyce’s Coffee Shop in Northridge, Calif. on Sept. 10, 2021.

The Great Resignation makes waves in Northridge

Grace Da Rocha, Reporter September 20, 2021

Joyce’s Coffee Shop sits nestled between a printing store and comics shop, with bright yellow benches posted outside the cafe and the clinking of glassware bleeding onto Reseda. White, red and orange...

Kristin McGuire, the executive director of  Young Invincibles.

Q&A: Kristin McGuire

Michaella Huck, Print Editor September 20, 2021

Kristin McGuire is the new executive director of Young Invincibles, a policy and advocacy non-profit organization dedicated to young adults. Founded in 2009 by a group of students that felt that the younger...

Surag Modagi Rajashekhar leaves CSUN campus store after buying books for his classes on September 1, 2021 in Northridge, Calif.

Photo essay: Students’ partial return to campus

Kaitlyn Lavo, Staff Photographer September 20, 2021

It’s 10:00 am on a Monday morning in NORTHRIDGE, Calif. You are in your car, you drive into the B3 parking structure. Passing the employee parking spaces, you see an open spot on the first floor. You...

CSUN students hold signs in support of the Black Lives Matter protest at CSUN hosted by Northridge BLM on June 2, 2020.

Opinion: Defund the police, reinvest into the community.

Blake Williams, Opinions Editor September 8, 2021

The United States of America was founded on the idea that all people are created equal and that life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness are rights guaranteed to all people, but the country has yet to...

Personal essay

Michaella Huck, Print Editor August 30, 2021

Depression and PTSD in the Black community is an issue faced by many throughout our community and is seldom discussed. The beginning of the new year was the lowest point in my life and I’ve never really...

Fact check: Five misconceptions about policing

Fact check: Five misconceptions about policing

Shannon Carter, Assistant News Editor August 30, 2021

Since the killing of George Floyd, policing has been the focus of more public attention than in any other time in recent history. Through the use of cellphones, social media and protests against police...

Know Your Rights: Things to know when talking to police

Know Your Rights: Things to know when talking to police

Trevor Morgan, Online Editor August 30, 2021

For many, talking to cops is not always an easy thing to do. Whether it’s a routine traffic stop, if you’re the victim of a crime, or even if you’re a suspect in a crime, knowing your rights and...

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