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Raise your voices: Ethnic studies needs students to stand up

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Calvin Ratana

February 17, 2014

Cal State Los Angeles’s Academic Senate meeting last month must have had a tense atmosphere as over 100 students, community members and activists jammed the room. But why are so many people attending an academic meeting, something most students would try to avoid? Because these students and community members wanted to hav...

CSULA protest could impact CSUN ethnic studies courses

A protest at Cal State LA disrupted the Feb. 4 Academic Senate meeting. Students, faculty and others voiced their concerns about the Senate voting against making sure at least one ethnic studies course is part of the general education requirement. (Photo courtesy of Timmy Truong)

Devan Patel

February 16, 2014

As Cal State Los Angeles students and faculty anxiously await Tuesday’s Academic Senate vote on their proposal to include at least one ethnic studies class as a general education requirement, CSUN faculty have stressed the importance of these courses while expressing appreciation for CSUN’s commitm...

CSUN community reacts to CSULA’s ethnic studies dispute

Sharon Hardwick

February 10, 2011

While the Asian American Studies program at California State University, Northridge is thriving, students and faculty at California State University, Los Angeles are baffled by the administration’s decision to suspend their program. On Feb. 2, students and faculty protested the suspension, which...

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