California State University faculty and CSU management bargaining agreement negotiations continue to stall as a possible strike looms over the upcoming school year.
The fungal infection Candida auris has been raised for concern due to cases emerging and its multidrug-resistant nature.
In the past few years, anti-trans and anti-LGBT bills have been on the rise, and the trans community is calling for better treatment.
President Joe Biden endorsed Katie Porter for California’s 45th congressional district and showed support for demonstrators in Iran during a recent visit to Southern California.
California residents’ largest problems include debt and homelessness, but universal healthcare could solve these issues.
A simple clear liquid holds the key to keeping me alive, but is utterly unattainable for many.
In this Beach Weekly Special, hosts Jacob Powers and Gabriel Islas talk to the healthcare professionals working the frontline amidst coronavirus.
Unfortunately, being sheltered at home with all the resources someone needs is not a reality for everyone. Being protected during this pandemic is a privilege not all can afford.
In this episode of the Daily Forty-Niner Democratic Presidential Primary Primer, host Chance Sinerius dives into presidential candidate and former vice president of the United States Joe Biden. Sinerius discusses Biden’s platform and explores issues such as healthcare, college tuition and environmental policy. This is the fourth episode of a week-long limited series that will feature the top five presidential candidates among college students, according to polling by Chegg media group.
In this episode of the Daily Forty-Niner Democratic Presidential Primary Primer, host Eric Watson-Bailey dives into presidential candidate and mayor of South Bend, Indiana Pete Buttigieg. Watson-Bailey discusses Buttigieg’s platform and explores issues such as healthcare, college tuition and the climate crisis. This is the third episode of a week-long limited series that will feature the top five democratic presidential candidates amongst college students, according to polling by Chegg media group.