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The panel of guests at the documentary screening of Briding the Divide on Monday, Feb. 1. From left: Lorraine Bradley (Tom Bradley's daughter), Alison Sotamyer (producer), Lyn Goldfarb (producer), Kent Kirkton (director of the Tom & Ethel Bradley Foundation at CSUN).

Tom Bradley’s documentary kickstarts black history month at CSUN

Kate Haggard February 2, 2016

A viewing of "Bridging The Divide," a documentary featuring former Los Angeles mayor Tom Bradley, was shown in the Armer Theater at CSUN. The event was one of the first to be held on campus to kickstart...

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Religion in the White House would get a new look with Bernie Sanders

Armen Aghabekov November 2, 2015

By this point, college students know who Bernie Sanders is; he's the man that runs his presidential campaign clear of PAC money and spreads his message through grassroots campaigns.His messages ring loud...

Illustration by Kristine Delicana/Illustrations editor

You should be voting during the midterm elections

Manny D. Araujo October 29, 2014

Turnout for next week’s election won’t do well. There are just too many factors working against a high turnout and there isn’t much of a mobilization effort to get college voters out to the polls. Historically,...

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Yes on Prop 2

Manny D. Araujo October 29, 2014

Only a few years ago the state was in a $26 billion deficit. Public schools made arduous cuts to their programs and voters approved new temporary taxes to help manage the state’s budget. Now,...

Yes on Prop 45

Alicia Zerai October 29, 2014

  How many times have you been financially jeopardized or nearsighted by that fine print on your policy, notifying you of a substantial insurance rate increase? I’m almost positive that we...

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Yes on Prop 1

Ryan Mancini October 29, 2014

The Uruguayan journalist and critic, Eduardo Galeano, wrote in his recent book “Children of the Days” that from “water life bloomed. Rivers of water are the blood that nourishes the earth, and...

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Yes on Prop 47

Melisa Fumbarg October 29, 2014

“Let the criminals out of jail,” would be the end of any conversation. That is until Proposition 47 was introduced. With the elections quickly approaching, it can be difficult to understand...

Illustration courtesy of MCT

Potential GOP candidates aren’t as competent as they think they are

Ryan Mancini April 23, 2014

As everyone reaches a certain age, we all learn that the fairy tales we were told by our parents (or saw in Disney films) were explanations for how we should be moral and how to make reasonable choices....

Associated Students 2014 Elections Party Spotlight – United We Thrive

Victor Frost April 1, 2014

Podcast Editor Victor Frost talks with Tiffany Zaich and Talar Alexanian, the Associate Students presidential and vice presidential candidates for "United We Thrive", about their plans should they...

True hip hop music lies underground

True hip hop music lies underground

Calvin Ratana November 18, 2013

I beat the p*ssy up, up, up. Hold on folks, what the hell? Did rapper LoveRance really say that he’s going to beat a vagina up? Oh yes he did. Folks, this is the state of the so called hip-hop industry...

CSUN students gather at Meet the Clubs Day

CSUN students gather at Meet the Clubs Day

Alex Vejar September 3, 2013

CSUN students search for clubs and organizations ranging from religion-oriented clubs, academic clubs, fraternities, sororities, recreational clubs, athletic clubs, community involvement clubs and...

One nation unaffiliated: Religious indifference is better for society

Taylor Villescas November 13, 2012

    Just try to imagine a country where someone’s religion does not get in everyone’s way. A place where church and state, religion and politics all stayed far, far away from each...

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