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Professors and Alumni Reflect on the Life of Former Sundial Publisher, Manley Witten

Manley Witten, publisher of The Sundial for 11 years before departing in 2008, died on Jan. 18. Witten lost his life to cancer, but his legacy and admirable traits will live on. Witten was not just a professor, he was a mentor, activist and a leader for positive change. “He was truly inspiring and represents […]

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Alumni Reconnect with Students and Faculty During Annual AIS Dinner

Alumni Reconnect with Students and Faculty During Annual AIS Dinner

More than 50 alumni, students and faculty members gathered Friday for the Accounting and Information Systems Alumni chapter’s annual dinner in the Orange Grove Bistro dining room. Alumni, students and professors clad in suits and collared shirts, began arriving at 6:30 p.m., most of them standing in the dining room – a sparsely decorated space […]

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University Student Union hosts 4th Annual Spring KickOff

University Student Union hosts 4th Annual Spring KickOff

  >CORRECTION: An earlier version of this story incorrectly said the event was hosted by Associated Students, rather than the University Student Union. CSUN’s Spring Kickoff welcomed students to the Spring semester for the fourth year in a row, with music, games and free food at the University Student Union on Thursday “Spring Kickoff is […]

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the SET episode 3

the SET episode 3

Conner and Ernesto on the SET Conner Faulk and Ernesto Casillas are proud to bring you Episode 3 of the SET Sports-Entertainment-Talk.  This week we have a food and LA nightlife segment, as well as discuss the NFL, pro bowl, dvd and movie releases.  Conner also does a Top 5 best heist movie list as […]

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Community College Chancellor anounces 15 campuses to offer B.A’s

Community College Chancellor, Brice Harris, announced Tuesday that 15 community colleges received preliminary approval to begin offering bachelor degrees.

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Defense in Alkadi murder asks for more time

Defense in Alkadi murder asks for more time

The arraignment for a Long Beach man accused of the stabbing of CSUN student Abdullah Alkadi last year suggested that new evidence has surfaced.

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Obama’s State of the Union lays out plans for the next two years

In his annual state of the union President Obama laid out plans for his final two years, regarding domestic, social, foreign and defense policies.

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Family, friends, colleagues remember longtime CSUN journalism professor DeWayne ‘Doc’ Johnson

As much as former CSUN journalism professor Dr. DeWayne “Doc” Johnson was known for his high professionalism, work ethic, and advocacy for his students, he was also known for his quick wit, distinctive smirk, and sense of humor. Johnson was also endowed with the ability to turn around a quick shaggy dog story — joke […]

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Administrators reflect on Hellenbrand’s impact

Administrators reflect on Hellenbrand’s impact

  On Jan. 9, President Dianne Harrison officially announced Harry Hellenbrand’s decision to step down as the university’s provost. Hellenbrand has been providing services to CSUN for 11 years, and has chosen to step down after this academic year, as opposed to his initial plan to leave by June 2017. During Hellenbrand’s pending departure, many […]

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The SET with Conner and Ernesto

The SET with Conner and Ernesto

Proud to bring you another episode of The SET, Sports-Entertainment-Talk with Conner and Ernesto.  This week we talk NFL, NBA, Movies, and are stoked to bring on our guest sportswriter Luis Tirado Jr the Giants editor of GMenHQ.com and a Jets writer for Rantsports.com.  We are blessed to bring you the show and we thank […]

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Provost Harry Hellenbrand to step down at end of academic year

Provost Harry Hellenbrand to step down at end of academic year

Provost Harry Hellenbrand will step down as Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs at the end of the academic year, President Dianne Harrison announced in an email Friday afternoon. Hellenbrand, who intended to step down in June 2017, made the decision over the winter break “that we should begin the transition sooner,” and CSUN […]

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4.2 magnitude earthquake hits near Castaic

4.2 magnitude earthquake hits near Castaic

>>UPDATE: The U.S.G.S. has downgraded the Castaic-area earthquake to a 4.2 from a 4.5. A 4.2 magnitude earthquake struck near Castaic at 7:18 p.m., the U.S. Geological Survey reported. The shaking was felt across the campus, as well as the San Fernando Valley. Lt. Mark Benavidez of the CSUN Department of Police Services (PD) said […]

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