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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...

The CSUN Faculty Senate voted to pass a resolution that opposes the proposed implementation of Assembly Bill 1460 that was signed into law by Gov. Gavin Newsom on Aug. 17. AB 1460 is a new three-unit ethnic studies requirement for all CSU campuses and will go into effect for students graduating in the 2024-2025 school year.

Landslide win: Gavin Newsom defeats recall attempt

Rocky Walker, Reporter September 17, 2021

Landslide win: Gavin Newsom defeats recall attempt Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom won the fight against his recall in a victory Tuesday night, with a projected 63% of voters choosing not to remove him...

LA renters are protected from eviction during the COVID-19 crisis.

California’s eviction moratorium still stands. But is that enough?

Rocky Walker, Reporter September 10, 2021

While California’s reopening has boosted the economy’s recovery from the throes of the COVID-19 pandemic, numbers suggest that many are vulnerable to slipping through the cracks, and with the Supreme...

Abed Rah, speaks to U.S. about funding.

Associated Students hope to help students become entrepreneurs

Yvonne Zimmerman October 26, 2015

Associated Students leaders are working to bridge the gap between the CSUN communities’ innovative ideas and the ability to become entrepreneurs, as discussed at their meeting Oct. 26. Guest speaker...

Illustration by: Sarah Cascadden / Contributor

Petition to separate California into six states approved for signatures

A.J. Circhirillo March 9, 2014

California is no stranger to change. The Golden State is considered one of the most diverse states in the country, and a Silicon Valley venture capitalist is looking to give California a massive makeover. Last...

Illustration courtesy of MTC

Stamping out the aid needed by those living in poverty

Nathalia H. Nielsen February 11, 2014

When you have 46.5 million people living in poverty what do you do? It’s not a trick question, I swear. And the answer is: cut programs that help them of course. This solution is not copied out of...

Former governors to speak on campus regarding public service, time in office

Steven Espinoza February 2, 2014

Linda Lingle, former Hawaii Governor and Michael Dukakis, former Massachusetts Governor,  will discuss their time in office at a special presentation on Tuesday. The special presentation is scheduled...

You had one job to do, government

You had one job to do, government

Calvin Ratana October 6, 2013

Everybody, brace yourselves. The government of the United States of America has officially, as of Tuesday morning last week, shut down. Yup, the government in all of its infinite wisdom, failed to do...

Government shutdown is now a reality

Hansook Oh September 30, 2013

The 113th Congress caused a “shutdown” of most federal government agencies today due to its failure to complete the standard yearly process of funding the government for the coming fiscal year (FY). The...

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