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Promise zones don’t seem to be much of a promise

Promise zones don’t seem to be much of a promise

Calvin Ratana

April 30, 2014

Remember back in February when President Barack Obama said in his State of the Union address that he would find a solution to the problem of poverty and homelessness in America? Well, Obama’s answer is the Promise Zone program. But what exactly is the Promise Zone program? The US Department of...

Stamping out the aid needed by those living in poverty

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 a hand-me-down book for dummies in Washington, although it is very in tune with what is currently tak...

CSUN Orange Grove provides fruit for those in need

CSUN Orange Grove provides fruit for those in need

Anne Christensen

September 17, 2013

The crowd of 35 volunteers gathered in the shade of CSUN’s historic orange grove in the name of charity. Volunteers from the Institute for Sustainability and Food Forward, a non-profit organization that connects food banks with local produce that would otherwise go to waste, gathered at the grove...

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