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Accessibility

Andy Pesich

October 29, 2012


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    There is such a thing as progress.   This March, Karen Keninger became director of the National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped (NLS) at the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. She is the first blind person to direct the Braille and talking-book program. Keninger ...

Accessibility

Andy Pesich

October 29, 2012


Filed under News

    There is such a thing as progress.   This March, Karen Keninger became director of the National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped (NLS) at the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. She is the first blind person to direct the Braille and talking-book program. Keninger ...

Candidates Face Off Head To Head One Last Time Before Election

Michael T. Garcia

October 28, 2012


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  With a little over a week to go in the presidential election, the candidates are entrenched in what could be one of the tightest races in election history (if you believe the numerous polls).   Based on polls and pundit opinions, Barack Obama won the third and final election but didn't seem to gain...

Candidates Face Off Head To Head One Last Time Before Election

Michael T. Garcia

October 28, 2012


Filed under News

  With a little over a week to go in the presidential election, the candidates are entrenched in what could be one of the tightest races in election history (if you believe the numerous polls).   Based on polls and pundit opinions, Barack Obama won the third and final election but didn't seem to gain...

CSULA advocates Prop. 30

BRANDON VILLALOVOS

October 24, 2012


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  The student government at CSULA is leading voter awareness for Prop 30, which Californians will see on the ballot this November. The student organization ASI has been increasing efforts to educate the student population about a proposition that will impact the CSU system, amongst many other sectors. ...

CSULA advocates Prop. 30

BRANDON VILLALOVOS

October 24, 2012


Filed under News

  The student government at CSULA is leading voter awareness for Prop 30, which Californians will see on the ballot this November. The student organization ASI has been increasing efforts to educate the student population about a proposition that will impact the CSU system, amongst many other sectors. ...

Environmental groups want US to track chemical use in oil, gas drilling

Bob Downing (Akron Beacon Journal (MCT))

October 23, 2012


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    Seventeen national and regional environmental groups are petitioning the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to require oil and gas companies for the first time to report chemical use to the federal Toxic Release Inventory. The drilling industry has long used and released large volumes of toxi...

Candidates Clash At Second Debate

Michael Garcia

October 23, 2012


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  Disinterested, weary, and clueless would be the words that best describe President Barack Obama's performance two weeks ago during the first presidential debate. The President's team blamed fatigue due to the high altitude as the reason for his poor showing. Whatever the reason, it cost h...

Environmental groups want US to track chemical use in oil, gas drilling

Bob Downing (Akron Beacon Journal (MCT))

October 23, 2012


Filed under News

    Seventeen national and regional environmental groups are petitioning the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to require oil and gas companies for the first time to report chemical use to the federal Toxic Release Inventory. The drilling industry has long used and released large volumes of toxi...

Gas Prices!

Michael T. Garcia

October 15, 2012


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Television Film and Media Studies Building

Laura E. Lopez Vel

October 15, 2012


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  Many of us drive by it everyday.  It's hard to notice, but once you do, it's hard to forget. To the students of Television Film and Media Studies, it's a constant reminder of budget cuts and slow moving construction. It's the Television Film and Media Studies building on the hill just outside t...

Television Film and Media Studies Building

Laura E. Lopez Vel

October 15, 2012


Filed under News

  Many of us drive by it everyday.  It's hard to notice, but once you do, it's hard to forget. To the students of Television Film and Media Studies, it's a constant reminder of budget cuts and slow moving construction. It's the Television Film and Media Studies building on the hill just outside t...

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