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The daughter of Ralph David Abernathy, a significant civil rights leader and close associate of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr was at the Plaza...

More than 30 companies came to campus to recruit students and distribute information at the TechFest event held by the College of Engineering and...
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On Wednesday Feb. 25, CSUN held Techfest, an event where STEM majors were able to communicate with potential employers and professionals in their job...

Plaza Del Sol held a tabling fair for National Easting Disorder Awareness Week which also marked the end of the week on Wednesday Feb. 25, hosted by CSUN students in Journalism 371 (Women, Men and Media), in collaborations with NEDA.

Physical therapist Dr. Theresa Larson lectured in the Grand Salon about her battle with bulimia

CSUN Department of Social Work founder and emeritus professor Dr. Jean E. Daniels died January 17, after 37 years at CSUN. Raised in St....

Election season is here again. Here is how you can run and what you can expect during the elections in the coming months.

Despite CSUN's Spring ban on rushing some specialized fraternities are allowed to rush

CSUN's plan for impaction in 2016 is being worked out by campus officials and efforts to clarify the policy to students are underway.

Two CSUN students were presented with a check after winning first place in a national contest on Tuesday in Jacarada Hall. Steve Blue, president and...

Despite being an institution of higher education that is tasked with producing the next generation of outstanding professionals, crimes do happen, and students commit...

CSUN's National Association for Music Education chapter, along with one of their music professors, was recognized for their work in music education at the...