7 Days in Syria: Documenting a Tragedy

A syria building pictured, partailly distroyed by the bombing
7 Days in Syria director, Robert Rippberger gave CSUN students an inside look into Syrian struggles

Crime blotter May 1 – May 7

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Monday, May 1 It was reported that a known suspect assaulted someone in the dorms and damaged their property. It was reported that an unknown suspect...

EPA removes climate change information from website

Donald Trump speaks at the podium
Climate change information is no longer available on the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) website, as of April 28.

Metro proposes improved Northridge station

Karen Swift speaks at the podium
Proposing a relocation feasibility study, the Metro team dealt with mixed criticism from the Northridge community.

CSUN hosts Latino Legislative Caucus panel

Discussion focused on Latino political involvement in California politics

Trumpcare on its way to the Senate after being passed in...

Tom Price speaks to men after taking away the affordable care act
House Representatives repeal Obamacare with 217-213 vote

Remembering Japanese-American internment camps

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Japanese-Americans recall their experiences at Manzanar during an annual pilgramage

Who does Trump’s tax plan affect?

Trump speaks at podium
The president has released his new tax plan but who would this be affecting, and would it be for the better or for the worse?

In photos: Annual Bullring

business majors present their projects
*Note: If a subject did not have their major listed, they are not a CSUN student. The competition only requires one student for each...

Timeline: The era of Harrison

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Since her induction in 2012, President Dianne Harrison has worked for CSUN's growth despite some backlash from the community.

Meet the new Associated Students President and Vice President

AS President and VP pose on the oviatt lawn
Jonathan Goldenberg returns as a grad student to lead A.S. with Zahraa Khuraibet, Senator of the College of Engineering and Computer Science.

CSU system-wide ‘Day of Action’ protest advocates against tuition increase

students participate in silent protest
Events were held at all 23 CSU campuses to provide information on advocacy