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Prop 8 reaches Supreme Court

Prop 8 reaches Supreme Court

Hansook Oh

March 26, 2013

The U.S. Supreme Court was divided on its opinion of the constitutionality and validity of the case for California’s Proposition 8 Tuesday in the potentially landmark case, Hollingsworth v. Perry. The questions presented before the court regarded two things: the legal standing of the petitioner...

Thoughts On H8

Contributor

April 20, 2010

Harrison Leonard Contributing columnist I do not support same-sex marriage. This may come as quite a shock to CSUN students, many of who are likely unaware that a real live traditionalist walks among them. I am concerned that the bulk of the arguments you have heard in opposition to same-sex marriage are made in...

Overcoming hardships to help others succeed

Stephanie Bermudez

February 14, 2010

David Meraz’s lifelong goal is not to be doctor, not to be an actor, or not even to be rich and famous. Instead, Meraz’s goal in life is to change the world in some way, shape or form. “I don’t know where to begin, or why I haven’t begun, but I’m going to do it,” said the 21-year old p...

The Prop. 8 struggle continues

Donnella Collison

October 1, 2009

Last fall, California was alive with activity centered around Prop. 8, a ballot proposition that sought to constitutionally define marriage as only between a man and woman. The debate over Prop. 8 continued, with both sides, for and against, holding rallies, demonstrations, press conferences and airing commercials. Some church...

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