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Dream Center will provide attorneys for students in fear of their future

Dream Center will provide attorneys for students in fear of their future

Ryan Mancini

November 9, 2016

With the projection of Donald Trump to be the next President of the United States, Dreamers at CSUN are concerned for their wellbeing moving forward. The coordinator of the Dream Center Dario Fernandez said there will be attorneys coming to campus on Nov. 10 for students. "They will be giving information...

Unlikely election results motivate students to vote

Unlikely election results motivate students to vote

Ryan Mancini

November 9, 2016

Prior to Election Day's surprising results, CSUN students found confidence in making it to the polls to vote for their preferred candidate."My vote is my vote," said Faith Vuong, 22, a finance major and senior. "It wouldn't make sense to not have a voting system, that's why we're in a democratic system."W...

The Latinx community has the power to swing an election

The Latinx community has the power to swing an election

Donna Lugo

November 6, 2016

During the period between the 2000-2012 presidential elections, around 10 million Latinos were eligible to vote, however, about less than half that number voted.This indicates that Latinos have the power to swing an election, but as a group, they don't participate in the democratic process. Daniel Saravia,...

A How to on Voting

A How to on Voting

Cristina Pimentel

October 15, 2016

With this year’s presidential election nearing, one of the frequently asked questions is, “Who are you voting for?” It seems that candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are inevitable. However, there are many questions and uncertainties on how to go about voting. It’s not ...

Vote no on Proposition 1

Vote no on Proposition 1

Nicole Armstrong

October 30, 2014

Let’s face it, if we know anything about climate, we should know droughts do not just last three years. Scientist are predicting a long term 20-year drought in California. We all know who Jerry Brown is, right? But the majority of the population does not know who Pat Brown is. He is the origin...

You should be voting during the midterm elections

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, midterm elections have never produced the same levels of participation as preside...

Yes on Prop 2

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, in the first time since 2007, the state has ended its fiscal year with a surplus and projects that a...

No on Prop 46

No on Prop 46

Calvin Ratana

October 29, 2014

  Let’s put it this way, no one wants a professional healthcare worker to be drunk or high off drugs while on their shift. Also, in today’s society financial compensation for wrongdoings is commonplace, because money can somehow fix everything. Proposition 46 aims to address the pr...

Yes on Prop 1

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 of water too are the cells that do our thinking, the tears that do our crying, and the recollecti...

Yes on Prop 47

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 the meaning behind the propositions. However, in this case I recommend voting yes for Proposition 47. Proposition 47 is a p...

Voter turnout high for day one of A.S. elections

Katie Donahue

November 10, 2010

A.S. kicked off its two-day election Tuesday morning with a higher-than-expected voter turnout. As of 8 p.m. Tuesday, 1,133 students had voted in the election, said Dan Monteleone, A.S. assistant director of elections. “It’s way over our expectations,” said Raunika Nayyar, A.S. director of elections. The campus voting booths are open fr...

Students hit the polls for the Gubernatorial race

Students hit the polls for the Gubernatorial race

Mandi Gosling

November 3, 2010

Pot and pollution were the issues that brought a record number of CSUN students to the polls Tuesday. Susan Levin, poll inspector at the Satellite Student Union (SSU), said nearly 600 voters turned out at the SSU polling booth Tuesday.  This was an enormous increase compared with the 13 voters...

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