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CSU executive pay raises put on hold

The Senate approved a bill last month to place new limitations on pay raises for newly hired California State University executives. Introduced by democratic senator, Elaine Alquist of Santa Clara, the newly amended SB 952 was approved 36-1.  It will prohibit employees with an annual salary of $200,000 from CSU general funding from receiving any […]

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CSUN police promote open communication between sexual assault victims

CSUN police promote open communication between sexual assault victims

Sexual assault is grossly under reported here at CSUN. Only 12 percent of college rape victims report to police although statistics also show that 20 percent of women and 6 percent of men will be sexually assaulted while in college. This is according to a 2007 study referenced by campus Police Chief Ann Glavin during […]

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CSUN celebrates Black History Month by “breaking the chains”

CSUN celebrates Black History Month by “breaking the chains”

This year’s theme for Black History Month, which CSUN has honored since its inception more than 40 years ago, is “breaking the chains to create change.” The Pan African Studies Department recognizes Black History Month as an opportunity for students and faculty to remember the struggle. Black history was not celebrated or acknowledged by Americans […]