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CSUN student is involved in traffic collision at busy intersection near...

A two-vehicle collision Tuesday shortly before 6 p.m. on Nordhoff Street just west of the intersection of Nordhoff Street and Reseda Boulevard left one...

CSUN protesters’ trial pending eleven months later

Almost a year after last March’s “Day of Action” protests, in which an American Indian studies associate professor broke her arm, the...

Parking structure G3 reserved for tonight’s performance at VPAC

The top three levels of the G3 parking structure on the east side of campus are closed for tonight’s performance of the Russian National...

CSUN administration reacts to student’s recent arrest

In a brief e-mail statement to students on Friday, William Watkins, vice president of Student Affairs, called on CSUN students to help support students...

Former CSUN student pleads not guilty to felony charges of possession...

UPDATE: In an e-mail to the CSUN community sent late Friday afternoon, university President Jolene Koester said communication and cooperation between the university and...

Former Oviatt Library Dean Norman Tanis dies

Norman Tanis, former dean of the Oviatt Library has died.  He was 81.Tanis died Nov. 28 at TLC Hospice in Moorpark from complications with...

Students for Quality Education shows display of CSU fee increases in...

Correction: In the story “Students illustrate CSU fee hikes” published Dec. 2, it stated Assembly Bill 656 would place a tax on oil companies which...

CSUN dorms see increase in burglaries

There has been a marked increase in burglaries in campus housing this year, the Department of Police Services reported.The Department of Police Services said...

Unified We Serve partners with campus community to collect items for...

Unified We Serve concluded its second annual clothing and food drive Wednesday.The organization collected food, clothing and books for underprivileged families in the San...

CSUN’s Bike Collective hosts bicycle repair station

Free tune-ups for students, faculty and staff were offered as CSUN’s Bike Collective set up a bicycle repair station in the...

Police teaches CSUN community how to detect suspicious packages

The Department of Police Services released a statement last week reminding the CSUN community how to recognize and handle suspicious mail and packages.The statement...

‘Ballad of Baby Doe’ serves as a reminder of love in...

In spite of a slow start on its opening night, “The Ballad of Baby Doe” hit the mark.The latest production from the department of...