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Personal data of students who completed the "Agency of Change" online sexual assault awareness course has reportedly been exposed.

Students, faculty and staff started the semester socializing at the Pride Center's annual Rainbow Reception.

From its humble beginnings to its current success, Matador Nights returns with the promise of intergalactic fun.

A suspect who allegedly stole a laptop out of a car in a campus parking structure is still at large. Plus, multiple students were referred for disciplinary actions for drug-law violations.

President Dianne F. Harrison kicked off the new school year by meeting with students at the Picnic with the President event on Thursday.

English Professor Scott Kleinman is integrating a literary class with computer science skills.

Construction blocks on Etiwanda northbound are causing traffic and inconveniencing students.

If you’re looking to get involved in CSUN groups (including clubs, organizations, fraternities and sororities) make sure to check out Meet the Clubs on Sept. 1 and 2 to learn more about individual meeting and important event dates.

Under a cloud of conversation and footsteps in front of the University Student Union, located in between the Subway and the Student Resource Center...

From August 17 to 21 there were three reports of drug and alcohol violations on campus property, one arrest and a hit-and-run car crash, according to the campus log crime archive website.

CSUN joined over 2,000 smoke-and-tobacco free colleges nationwide with its "Clear the Air" initiative.

Enrollment, social justice, sustainability and CSUN’s status as a smoke-and tobacco-free campus were just some of the topics raised by university President Dianne F....