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Sep. 20, 2021 Volume 62, Issue 2

October 4, 2021

Click the image below the view the eMagazine: Letter from the editor Fact check: Examining the recall election of Gavin Newsom Q&A: Kristen McGuire interview Photo Essay: Students return...

CSUN redshirt freshman Jamar Ricketts, #11, gets back on defense against CSU Bakersfield in Northridge, Calif. on Wednesday, Sept. 29, 2021.

CSUN men’s soccer loses Big West opener to CSU Bakersfield

Randy Acosta, Reporter October 1, 2021

CSUN men’s soccer was defeated in a back-and-forth shootout by CSU Bakersfield 4-3 at home on Wednesday night in their first conference game since 2019. Dating back to 1979, CSUN has never lost to CSUB...

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 20, 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...

Alfredo Fernandez, the interim Chief of Police at CSUN, stands in the Police Services building. Chief Fernandez has been part of the CSUN Police Department for more than 25 years, which makes him the longest tenured member of the department.

Q&A: In the eyes of Interim CSUN Chief of Police, Alfredo Fernandez

Chris Torres, Editor in Chief August 30, 2021

When and why did you first decide to pursue a career in law enforcement? Alfredo Fernandez: When I got out of high school, I was still trying to figure out what I wanted to do and I didn't have a lot...

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...

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...

Here’s what you need to know about California’s digital vaccine card

Here’s what you need to know about California’s digital vaccine card

Bryan Hernandez, Reporter June 29, 2021

Californians vaccinated against the coronavirus now have the option to access their vaccine card digitally as of June 18. California’s Department of Public Health and Department of Technology announced...

Kai Lawson poses for a photo for the Juneteenth celebration at the Leimert Park Rising event in Los Angeles, Calif. on Saturday, June 19, 2021.

Photo Essay: Juneteenth celebrations in Los Angeles

On June 17, President Joe Biden signed into law that Juneteenth will be a federal holiday. Juneteenth celebrates the emancipation of enslaved African Americans. Many Juneteenth celebrations were held throughout...

Quintens daughter Ashanti Thomas wears a denim jacket that has the phrases Black Dads Matter and Justice for Quinten Thomas embroidered on the back.

The Quinten Thomas Series

Quinten Thomas was a fourth-year CSUN student studying to become a registered nurse when he died suddenly at the Los Angeles Twin Towers correctional facility on March 9, 2018. The story of Quinten lives...

Quintens daughter Ashanti Thomas wears a denim jacket that has the phrases Black Dads Matter and Justice for Quinten Thomas embroidered on the back.

Chapter 2: “Please don’t tell me he’s dead.”

Sloane Bozzi, Contributor May 19, 2021
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man in blue shirt happily poses for photo

Chapter 3: “I will not let them get away with it.”

Emily Holshouser, Assistant News Editor May 19, 2021
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