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EOP celebrates 48 years of existence in the CSU system

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Brandon Ilano

September 30, 2017

The Educational Opportunity Programs celebrated EOP Month by hosting an event to commemorate 48 years as a program. Students and staff took part in trivia games, prize drawings and food fundraisers. The celebration took place on the Bayramian Hall Lawn where students and faculty were invited to play...

The Northridge Review: A space for all

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Mimi Kourieh

September 29, 2017

As a writer, despite the hardships I have encountered within my own life, I have always found solace in weaving words into tapestries, and even more so in being able to share those words with the world. If I never had anything, at least I had that. I have always felt thankful for being a student in...

No Bull: Sports Fuel

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Curtis Cammeron

September 29, 2017

Aaron Peeples and Ryan Basulto give you the latest sports updates including CSUN Sports. ...

A Last-Ditch Effort: The GOP now has until Sept. 30 to kill as many Americans as they can

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Daniela Barhanna

September 29, 2017

Satire, not real news. WASHINGTON ­­– In a last-ditch effort to repeal and replace Obamacare, Senate Republicans now have until Sept. 30 to pass the Graham-Cassidy bill, a healthcare bill put forth by Sens. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C. and Bill Cassidy, R-La. that will allow your state governor to det...

CSUN faculty senate votes to not comply with Executive Order 1100

Gloria Rosario Peral, a Chicano Studies Master's student, tells her personal story to the Faculty Senate in opposition to executive order 1100. Peral said she was the first person in her family to graduate college in her family and that Chicano Studies helped her to find her way in life.

Dede Ogbueze

September 29, 2017

The CSUN faculty senate voted Thursday to not comply with Executive Order 1100. The order would have eliminated a portion of the general education requirement that includes comparative cultural studies. The vote was taken near the end of the senate meeting after several faculty members and studen...

The Sammy Scoop : The Weekly Update

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Curtis Cammeron

September 28, 2017

Bassam Shaktah talks about a thief who's known to steal lawn furniture, the further developing aggressions with North Korea, and women being allowed to drive in Saudi Arabia.

The Break Down: Speechlessly Pressed

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Curtis Cammeron

September 28, 2017

DeVaughn and "Kill Joy" discuss everything going on with Donald Trump and his comments towards athletes, 50 Cent's regenerated buzz, and Cards B.

Local store aims to bring diverse beauty products for the valley community

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Nicole Merino

September 28, 2017

For any quick beauty needs, Starr Beauty is a great place to start in the search for the perfect lipstick, nail polish and so much more. Founded in 2012, Starr has a range of products from Morphe to NYX cosmetics, getting the most for your buck. It is located in Reseda, next to the 24-hour Subway,...

CSUN may not be affected by Title IX decision

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Alin Boughousi

September 27, 2017

On Friday, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos and the Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights announced its withdrawal of the guidelines that play a key role in helping colleges and universities address sexual violence.Title IX is the sexual harassment education amendment, addressing sexual mi...

Banned Books Week: Books are challenged for having LGBT content

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Nicole Merino

September 27, 2017

The fear of "the other" and the question of can there be a digital ban was the central discussion for the 5th Annual Banned Books Readout at The Oviatt Library. "George," is a book for elementary kids about a boy who is transgender, thinks of herself as Melissa and wants to get the role of Charlotte ...

The “G” Word:Recognition of the Armenian Genocide

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Helen Bezikyan

September 27, 2017

It has been 102 years since the official start date of the Armenian Genocide, yet many people lack knowledge on the history and importance of it.Christian Armenians were targeted in mass killings prior to its significant date. 1908 was the year when the fall of the Ottoman Empire shifted into a new gov...

Life After Hurricane Harvey, Irma, Maria and Jose

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Karin Abcarians

September 26, 2017

Hurricane Harvey, Irma, Maria and Jose have devastated parts of the world and left people trying to get back to their normal lives among the devastation. Hurricane Harvey caused massive flooding and devastation. People were displaced from their homes and having to be rescued, many by boat and there wer...

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