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'Birth of a Nation' posters removed from film school walls

| The film is considered both a technical masterpiece and a grotesque piece of racist propaganda. Chapman students said posters of the film made them uncomfortable.

UC honors Chicano activist with posthumous degree

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Oscar Gomez of Baldwin Park was found dead in 1994 after a student protest. The circumstances surrounding his untimely death were never determined.

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Cal State campus uses social gaming to stop drop outs

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A aprogram created by USC researchers uses students’ online social gaming skills to guide them to academic, financial, and wellness help.

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LAVC Center Is a Unique Resource for Student Parents

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The Family Resource Center -- the only one of its kind in the state community college system -- helps students with child care and other support services.

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Everytable brings cheap, healthy food to Cal State LA

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The chain makes healthy, grab-and-go meals and sells them cheap. And with more students seeking healthy alternatives, Everytable opened its first college location.

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Cal State Northridge stays open after mass shooting threats

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Campus officials say the threats might not be credible and they are working with the Los Angeles Police Department to investigate.

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Sexual harassment reports double at LA community colleges

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Los Angeles Community College administrators said formal complaints of sexual harassment are up dramatically. They're taking steps to find a solution.

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DeVos wants to overhaul campus sexual assault investigations

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DeVos didn’t announce any sweeping changes to campus gender equality policies, but said her department will launch a public comment process to develop a new system.

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