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Studying the mythology of mankind

Anthropology professor Sabina Magliocco, shown here holding up a mock

Brooke Holland

February 18, 2015

Growing up she planned to go to medical school, until a college anthropology course opened her eyes to a new language about the cultural disjunction she felt growing up. Now, anthropology professor Sabina Magliocco teaches CSUN students, and History Channel television viewers, about folklore. “I’m...

Professor’s research finds family, respect and honor are the core of low rider culture

Kristopher A. Fortin

April 14, 2011

Every Friday, after mass, the nuns of Saint Joseph’s Catholic school in La Puente would tell students to cover their eyes when the canary low rider covered in painted roses would pass in front of the church. The nuns warned the students to stay away from the car and the people that drove the vehicle too close to the ground, but Dr. Denise Sandoval couldn’t help having an admiration for the color and detail of the car which f...

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