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The Associated Student candidates and current AS members gathered at Bayramian lawn for debates to represent themselves one last time to the students before...

The Lesbian, Gay, Transgender, Bisexual, Queer, Ally (LGTBQA) on-campus organization hosted a film screening, panel and Q&A session about finding a balance between...

The Jewish Studies department invited three survivors of the Holocaust to tell their stories at Sierra Hall on Thursday night. Marie Kaufman, 74, described her...

CSUN matadors came together to celebrate a day of diversity and culture at Carnaval in the Plaza del Sol on Thursday. Live performances, free food...

With less than a week until Cesar Chavez day, Chicano issues are at the forefront of the American consciousness. Four successful CSUN alumni, hailing from...

AS senators give funding for programs that help benefit education

Last week was a good week for utter decadence and debauchery, but there was one crime that really hurt the heart. It's buried deep,...

Walter Iraheta, a renowned El Salvadorian artist, visited CSUN on Tuesday to show the hardships immigrants face through photographs. With his Encontrados (Found in...

The California Faculty Association announces a plan to publish a series of papers which highlight professors stagnant salaries and the effect it has on the CSU mission.

LONG BEACH (CNS) - Over the past decade, the California State University system increased its spending on managers and supervisors by 48 percent, while spending on...

Starting off by playing a traditional Native American "wake up" song, author and scholar, Dr. Luana Ross, spoke to CSUN students about treatment of...

This week's things to do recommends everything from the annual USU carnaval to CSUN Symphony Orchestra's performance of Disney music classics.