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Supreme court indecision fails to put a hot topic to rest

Supreme court indecision fails to put a hot topic to rest

Alex Vejar

October 9, 2014

Thanks to the Supreme Court, same-sex couples in much of the United States still won’t be able to get married. On Monday, the court decided not to hear cases involving same-sex marriage for five states: Indiana, Utah, Oklahoma, Virginia and Wisconsin, according to the New York Times. The ban ...

Four panelist lecture series focuses on Voting Rights Act

Four panelist lecture series focuses on Voting Rights Act

Lucas Esposito

October 15, 2013

CSUN students gathered at the Northridge Center for the "Gender, Race, Identity and the Law in our Lives" lecture series. At the GRILL lecture a four panelist discussion took place about the Voting Rights Act. ...

CSUN students discuss issues surrounding piracy and copyright laws

CSUN students discuss issues surrounding piracy and copyright laws

Alysha Garrett-Byrd

September 10, 2013

CSUN students give their opinions on piracy and current copyright laws in light of the FBI's project with the Cinema, Television and Arts department where together they created public service announcements drawing attention to these types of intellectual property issues...

California implements the first comprehensive transgender law for K-12 students

Anne Christensen

September 4, 2013

California became the first state to pass legislation allowing transgender K-12 students to choose restroom facilities and participate in physical education or sports based on their self-defined gender identity. Gov. Jerry Brown signed Assembly Bill 1266, the “School Success and Opportunity Act” into l...

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