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From “Pachuco” to “Cholo”: Embracing the badge of delinquent honor

Owen Hanson, Writer | November 22, 2019

The modern stereotype of a cholo most likely brings a vivid image to most Americans: Mexicans, dickies shorts, tear drop tatoos, drugs and deliquency--in every sense of the word. But where did the word...

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Asylum Advocacy Conference Inspires Many

Sean Quinn and Joana Diaz | November 15, 2019

In an effort to bring awareness to the current immigration crisis, The Law Office of Vanessa Frank organized an Asylum Advocacy Conference on Nov. 2 that highlighted the strength and passion of migrants...

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Cocinando con Quinn y Carol: Enchiladas Verdes

Carol Sanchez, Writer | November 5, 2019

¿Estás buscando una receta perfecta para toda la familia y algo divertido para cocinar? Esta receta de enchiladas verdes es una perfecta oportunidad para pasar tiempo con su familia y tener algo delicioso...

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Death celebrations around the world

Lillian Li, Writer | October 31, 2019

From an ancient pagan holiday that birthed the modern Halloween to a festival honoring the fortune spirits inhabiting human skulls, death is a concept both feared and celebrated in human culture. Read...

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Michelle Carballo takes on asylum advocacy with passion

Sean Quinn and Owen Hanson | October 29, 2019

From a young age, Michelle Carballo, a 20-year-old student at CSU Northridge has been passionate about assisting immigrants. Being that her mother is from Argentina and her father is from Mexico, she understands...

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La quinceañera y su importancia

Joana Diaz, Writer | October 28, 2019

El evento más conocido en la comunidad Latina--la quinceañera--marca el fin de la niñez y el comienzo de la vida como una mujer. A primera vista parece ser una fiesta de cumpleaños demasiado lujosa...

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