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AS talks grad tickets, honors basketball teams with roses

An additional three tickets for commencement ceremonies will be given to most graduating seniors, according to university adviser Tom Piernik during Monday’s Associated Students...

Friends of Oviatt host used book sale to raise money for...

The Oviatt Library hosted their regular used book sale Tuesday at the Oviatt Library Portico. The book sale is organized about four times a year...

AS honors women’s volleyball team at Monday meeting

 (AS) praised the CSUN women’s volleyball team and applauded their success during the 2013 season at their weekly meeting Monday.The team, along with coach Jeff...

Associated Students commend women’s volleyball team at meeting

The Associated Students (AS) started their meeting by praising the CSUN women's volleyball team and applauding their success during the 2013-14 season. The team...

CSUN establishes first student Peace Club in the nation

One of the great aspects about attending a university is the numerous clubs and organizations offered on campus, especially here at CSUN. While many...

AS talks about improving sports programs, recycling theft

Brandon Martin, the director of intercollegiate athletics, sought help from AS to spread awareness about the athletic initiative programs and to help condition CSUN...

CSUN Students for Israel ask AS to help prevent further discrimination

Representatives from the CSUN Students for Israel (CSI) attended the Associated Students (AS) meeting on Monday to call attention to an incident last November...

CSUN math professor Maria D’Orsogna fights for Italian coastline

As cultural anthropologist Margaret Mead would say, "Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it's the...

Award-winning environmental documentary to be screened on campus

Gasland Part II, an HBO documentary directed by Josh Fox will be screened on campus tomorrow. This is a free event on campus funded...